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RAW, Vegan and Non-GMO / Hand Harvested From a Single Source Farm

Whole leaves are hand harvested and processed at low temperatures to preserve its natural vitamins and minerals.

MORINGA LEAVES: Native to India, Asia and Africa, the leaves from the moringa plant are one of the most nutrient-dense foods available. Moringa leaves provide a great natural energy boost and is rich in potassium, calcium, and iron. It also contains over 20 types of essential amino acids, vitamins, and trace minerals.

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Never heard of Moringa?

Moringa (also known as the”miracle tree” and the”drumstick tree” due to its long pods) is considered one of the most useful trees in the world.

It is able to grow in dry, arid climates where it provides a much needed source of food and nourishment to those with little resources.

Virtually the entire tree can be used for food and health-promoting purposes.

Our Swanson Superior Herbs Moringa Oleifera features a balanced blend of 10:1, 15:1 and 20:1 extracts from the leaves, fruit and seeds of this ancient natural wonder.

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THE RELEVANCE OF CROWDFUNDING

THE IMPACT ON THE INNOVATION PROCESS OF SMALL ENTREPRENEURIAL FIRMS

Nadine Scholz shows that crowdfunding potentially shortens the development cycle of new products, thus enabling an earlier market entry.

Hence, crowdfunding serves as a multifaceted early-stage support instrument for innovation implementation facilitated by the crowd’s resources.

It not only provides upfront cash for product development and production, more importantly it enables a firm to show traction through the validation of the market demand that is based on the crowd’s function as information multiplicator generating public exposure and feedback.

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Alibaba CEO & Billionaire Jack Ma’s thoughts on Business

I admire rich and successful people…

So when I get an email from a self made billionaire I pay attention. I want to share his observations because all evidence points to one fact. The only difference between us and people like Jack is our attitude about life and how we spend our 24 hours.

One of the newest developments in e-commerce is crowdfunding. Once the domain of startups and new inventions, now “growth stage” companies that have resources are using crowdfunding to strengthen what may already be a strong financial base with more money and raising larger amounts of money than ever before.

Crowdfunding has also turned out to be the best way to test the market value of a new product or service with “other peoples money.”  Crowdfunding is not a loan, success is totally dependent upon the strength of your sales story and the perceived value of your offer.

Now for Jack’s perspective….

Jack Ma“Is it getting harder and harder to do business now? 

Recently Alibaba CEO JACK MA shared his thoughts about this common TOPIC in 2015.

Here I translate and share with you:

Actually, it has never been easy to do business! Entrepreneurs have to put in relentless effort to succeed:

They spend day and night worrying about this and that.
They sacrifice time with their friends and families.
Their effort might simply be fruitless.
When people say it is easy to do business, they are just bragging.
You have to take all kinds of risks at all times.
It requires wholehearted devotion both physically and mentally.
To be rich overnight only exists in TV dramas.
You need to devote time and effort in order to establish a successful business.
Spending time and energy doesn’t guarantee success, but you can never succeed otherwise.

The first element of this kind of success is to have wholehearted devotion.

You must be passionate about what you are doing. Because when you have a heart for your own products and services, and you receive positive feedback from your customers, you will be grateful, and you will communicate with them with passion and patience. I believe people who often feel gratitude towards others are better prepared to succeed. It doesn’t matter if you fail at first, what really matters is the people who are interested in your products and services.

The second element for success is to put your brain to work.

Once you have decided what to do, you need to consider carefully how to do it. It is vital for small enterprises to find their own unique qualities—to be different and to have fun while developing your business, in order to create connections with your customers. Doing business is not simply about buying and selling, it is about creating and exploring the same set of values shared with your customers. Finding a customer who likes your prNeverGiveUpoducts is as valuable as finding a soul mate. Aren’t you grateful and excited to have found a soul mate?

The third element is to devote time, energy and physical strength to your business.

Most exemplary entrepreneurs find ways to improve their products and services wherever and whenever they are. They grab every opportunity and every minute to listen to their customers and their employees. They learn from their mistakes. They find hope when they are desperate and they find opportunities in their worries. Over the years, many said Taobao was simply lucky and it is true that there were elements of luck in its success. However, we are where we are today because we woke up early, we got off late and we did not sleep like a log, and we had much shorter holidays. We struggled day and night and picked ourselves up from disappointments and frustration.

The era of e-commerce has just begun. In the next three decades, it will take off. 

In the future you might not be selling real goods, but you will be using your creativity and originality, your hopes and dreams, to find not your customers but your soul mates. What you need to learn is not how to do business, but how to find the new way of life. You are not managing a business, you are becoming your better self.

The world is vast and e-commerce still has another 30 years. Let’s try it out. What if you manage to find your soul mates? It is OK if we aren’t loaded with cash. We just need to find friends who recognize us”

Thanks for those words of wisdom Jack…

EQUITY CROWDFUNDING

Learn the ins and outs of equity crowdfunding with this informative guide.

Equity Crowdfunding for Investors is a comprehensive, objective, and authoritative guide to the social and financial rewards of crowdfunding.

Before now, angel investing and the spectacular returns possible in this asset class has been off-limits to all but the wealthiest Americans. 

Now equity crowdfunding portals allow the general public to buy shares in startups and fast-growing private companies for the first time in generations.

This book provides the guidance individuals need to invest wisely, tempering the excitement of leading-edge technology, 

innovative business models, and exciting new brands with thorough, practical know-how including investor limits and requirements, portfolio strategy, deal terms, and much more.

Readers will learn the pros and cons of investing in equity crowdfunding so they can make an informed investment decision, as well as best practices for finding, researching, evaluating, and buying into potentially profitable startups. 

Digital components include tables, graphs, comparison charts, screen captures, checklists, and other tools that further enable readers to make suitable investment choices.

Equity crowdfunding is a new, exciting, and evolving way for growing businesses to raise capital and for average investors to buy equity in those businesses. 

It has been hailed as a”game changer” in the private capital markets, particularly the angel investment asset class, which includes angel investing. 

This book shows readers how to take full advantage of this new avenue of investment, without being taken advantage of themselves. 

Make Smarter Investment Decisions Avoid Being Ripped Off

Find the best information available Understand the SEC rules and limits Equity crowdfunding can produce huge returns. It also comes with huge risk. Some companies will succeed, but many will fail.  

Everyday investors can mitigate some risk and increase their chance of profit with the fundamental insight provided in Equity Crowdfunding for Investors. 

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CROWDFUNDING: THEY WILL INVEST

50 micro fundraising sites to help you make your dreams come true.

Crowfunding platforms propose postulating ideas, sharing them and checking their viability. If all goes well, an interested community will contribute money to make an entrepreneur’s dream come true.

Publishing books, organizing concerts, directing short films, saving animals or creating video games, anything is possible thanks to micro patronage on the Internet.  

  • Introduction Crowdsourcing
  • The Power of Collective Collaboration
  • The Crowds Age and Everyone’s Money
  • The Power of the Community
  • Micro-sponsorship Models
  • Main Platforms
  • Large Websites
  • General Websites
  • Science and Research Websites
  • Arts and Culture Websites
  • Social Aid Websites

This journalist, business expert, offers a complete catalog of online resources for entrepreneurs in the new era. Wayne Gasper is an economist and financial consultant in several investment funds around the world.

“With this guide anyone who has a solid project can raise money”

[Source: Dennis Tulett]

“Undoubtedly, the best places to raise funds, classified by type of business. From for-profit ventures to social initiatives.”

[Source:Active Managers]

“Everything you need to know about this new way of getting the money needed to start a business.”

[Source:Suzanne Borg]

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CROWDFUNDING IN EUROPE

Features contributions from experts all over Europe giving a better understanding of Crowdfunding.Crowdfunding is becoming an increasingly popular method to finance projects of every kind and scale. 

This contributed volume is one of the earliest books presenting scientific and research-based perspectives of crowdfunding, its development, and future.

The European Crowdfunding Network (ECN) and its scientific work group, together with FGF e.V., invited both researchers and practitioners to contribute to this first state-of-the-art edited volume on crowdfunding in Europe.

This book contributes to a better comprehension of crowdfunding, encourages further fundamental research and contributes to a systematization of this new field of research.

The book also features expert contributions by practitioners to enhance and complement the scientific perspective. This book can be used as a guideline and shall advance classification in an emerging research field.

Dennis Bru ntje is research assistant at the Media and Communication Management Group at Technische Universita t Ilmenau, Germany. Together with his team he has conducted a wide range of studies related to crowdfunding, media management and entrepreneurship. Furthermore, the Group advises and scientifically supports various crowdfunding platforms, projects and start-ups.

Dennis is head of the Scientific Work Group on crowdfunding at the European Crowdfunding Network. In his PhD thesis he focuses on intermediation by platforms in equity-based crowdfunding. He has several years of experience in business financing, from establishing a venture capital company, his research and initiating a local start-up initiative.

Oliver Gajda is the founding Chairman and Executive Director at the European Crowdfunding Network, Belgium. He is a member of the European Crowdfunding Stakeholder Forum at the European Commission and Advisory Board member at Förderkreis Gründungsforschung e.V. (FGF). He works as hands-on operational and strategic consultant with innovative businesses.

The past decade, Oliver has worked with venture capital, microfinance, technology and social entrepreneurship in both commercial and non-profit settings in Europe and the USA. As former journalist, he started his career in the early 1990s in the publishing and business information industries. Oliver holds Masters degrees from Solvay Business School and from the University of Hamburg and studied at SEESS (UCL) in London.

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