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Thimble, Appetit and Arbol turn to public for investments - Buffalo Business First
February 4, 2022
Equity crowdfunding offers a way for companies to raise money through the public sale of their own securities. Passed by federal legislation in 2012 and fully approved by various regulatory bodies several years later, the concept was realized in Buffalo this year by entrepreneurs looking for new avenues to support their growth strategies.
Buffalo's most promising startups: Centivo, Verivend, ShearShare and others - Buffalo Business First
January 27, 2022
Buffalo Inno is expanding its "Startups to Watch" feature this year to 10 companies, a reflection of the overall growth of Buffalo's startup scene. The list has always been about expectations, and simply put, there is more than ever to expect.
Buffalo-based startup wants to harness crowdfunding on behalf of struggling college students - Buffalo Business First
November 25, 2021
What if you could find a student at your alma mater who's pursuing the same pathway as you, but they just need a little help along the way? Arbol, founded by two entrepreneurs in Buffalo, seeks to leverage the power of crowdfunding on behalf of millions of underprivileged college students across the U.S.
Why David Gonzalez transitioned from a corporate career in Buffalo to startups
November 25, 2021
David Gonazelez 's grandfather moved from Puerto Rico to Buffalo, operating a bodega and working at Bethlehem Steel while starting a family. His father spent a career at the General Motors factories in Tonawanda and Lockport.
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