Exactly a year ago today Barry E. James criticised the FCA for sloppy and damaging handling of a new industry that holds so much promise at a time when we need all the help we can get.
Donald Trump backing crowdfunding is about as appropriate as Attila the Hun inviting us to tea.
After Global Entrepreneurship Week, life returns to a new normal: funding crises, zombie regulation, and businesses who are hailed as the only hope for recovery…
Despite the celebrations of economic growth, Barry E. James points to what seems to be a long forgotten root cause of the economic meltdown; it's time to review those banking licenses.
It's time to take matters into our own hands. Could crowdfunding be used to circumvent the banks and replace the broken instruments that have failed to fix, or even improve, the UK economy?
His criticism of the FSA's restrictions on crowdfunding opened the floodgates for discussion. Now, Barry E. James follows up with a proposal.
Only in the UK would crowdfunding be withheld from starting a revolution of finance, as it did in the US.
Barry E. James talks about the wonders of the social high street and its meaning for business.