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Conception Fund

Conception Fund is an online equity crowdfunding platform that connects investors with entrepreneurs.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Business Products
  • Location Boston, MA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded January 2012
  • Employees 2
  • Website

Company Summary

Conception Fund is an equity crowdfunding platform. Our process assists principals by organizing their ideas into an effective business plans that determines how much capital is needed to make an idea viable. We publish vetted business models on our platform to match projects with equity investors. If the entrepreneurs attract enough investors, the business is funded.


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    Arthur David Hardy-Doubleday
    Co-Founder, CEO

    Arthur Hardy-Doubleday,has been involved in community and economic development for 9 year. Whether he is redeveloping a 200 unit housing development or restoring a 100 year old barn, Arthur likes working on making seemingly imposable projects a reality. Arthur has BA from Trinity College, and JD/MBA from Suffolk University.

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    Kelly Moran
    Co-Founder, COO

    Kelly Moran enjoys developing businesses and projects that build community, sustainability and economic responsibility. She has worked with both non-profit orgs. & business start-ups that have served individuals and programs across the world ranging from developing a special education program in Burmese refugee camps in Thailand to managing a healthcare supply company providing tech-integrated hardware to innovative hospitals across the U.S.A.

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    Albert Willis
    Co-Founder, CTO

    Albert has been working in IT for 15 years. He has implemented projects at MIT and was part of a educational startup of sorts: being part of a Harvard University-based team that received a two-year planning grant of $400,000 from the Ford Foundation to create social networking tools to support the success of students in the Somerville public school system. The end result was the adoption of the e-portfolio at Summerville Public Schools.