Brian Thopsey on Equity Crowdfunding: Emerging Tech Roundup, Episode 4 (Podcast)

'Business Tech Roundup' Episode 4Host James Haight interviews Brian Thopsey, the founder of Fund Wisdom on the implications of crowdsourcing in the equity space. This episode explores how new regulations will soon open up avenues for investment by the everyday person and how it could potentially disrupt the existing venture capital and angel investing networks. With all the new data surrounding investments, both James and Brian discuss how this ties into big data and ultimately may lead to better investing decisions.

To learn more about Brain Thopsey and Fund Wisdom, check out their website. Also be sure to connect with @TopCwEb on Twitter.


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About James Haight

James Haight is a principal analyst at Blue Hill Research focusing on analytics and emerging enterprise technologies. His primary research includes exploring the business case development and solution assessment for data warehousing, data integration, advanced analytics and business intelligence applications. He also hosts Blue Hill's Emerging Tech Roundup Podcast, which features interviews with industry leaders and CEOs on the forefront of a variety of emerging technologies. Prior to Blue Hill Research, James worked in Radford Consulting's Executive and Board of Director Compensation practice, specializing in the high tech and life sciences industries. Currently he serves on the strategic advisory board of the Bentley Microfinance Group, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to community development through funding and consulting entrepreneurs in the Greater Boston area.
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3 Responses to Brian Thopsey on Equity Crowdfunding: Emerging Tech Roundup, Episode 4 (Podcast)

  1.  avatar James says:

    Very nice podcast..and great idea of Equity Crowdfunding: Emerging Tech Roundup.

  2.  avatar Neil Fernandes says:

    Nice podcast Brian, I like your idea of a equity based croud-funding platform!

  3. This is one technology that I would love to be able to use for myself. It’s definitely a cut above the rest and I can’t wait until my provider has it. Your insight was what I needed. Thanks

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