CrowdCheck named to Entrepreneur Magazine’s “100 Brilliant Companies” of 2015

CrowdCheck, Inc. was named to Entreprenuer Magazine’s “100 Brilliant Companies” for 2015 and joins nine other companies in the “From the Crowd” section.

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The iNaturalist app and website, maintained by the California Academy of Sciences, lets citizen “scientists” upload photos, notes or observations of wildlife populations.

Glow First, a not-for-profit program from fertility data specialists Glow,pools the risk of trying-to-conceive couples, who contribute $50 a month to a group fund until they become pregnant. Money accumulated at the end of 10 months gets divided among the remaining couples to go toward fertility treatment.

Experiment Engine gives companies access to conversion-rate experts eager to offer web-page variations that can be tried through a comprehensive A/B testing platform.

Peerby encourages neighborly behavior by allowing users to post about items they need to borrow or respond to requests from others in the area.

The free Tilt web platform and mobile app takes the hassle out of pooling money among peers for any shared purpose. (Beach-house rental, anyone?)

CrowdCheck does due diligence for investors by verifying the legitimacy of startups seeking crowdfunded cash, while ushering ’treps through complex federal and state disclosure requirements.

Plum Alley, a rewards-based crowdfunding site for women-run businesses and projects, helps close the financing gap for female founders.

The Patch of Land lending marketplace matches accredited and institutional investors with borrowers who are looking for funding for real-estate projects but are routinely bypassed by traditional lenders.

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