It’s not uncommon to meet a victim of the innovation world. Someone with a great idea, but unable to find the necessary investors or the appropriate platform or help. Eventually the idea either dies, or is picked up by a large conglomerate, and the initial entrepreneur is left behind.
This isn’t an uncommon problem because the existing tools in the crowdfunding and innovation marketplace are woefully inadequate. Entrepreneurs have difficulty at almost every turn – finding investors, marketing their products, and finally getting sales – its all difficult. In fact, 29% of startups fail simply for lack of investment.