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Financing students through Income Share Agreements.

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Blair finances students through Income Share Agreements which will adapt to individual income circumstances, protecting them from a life controlled by student debt.
Students will be funded by investors who strive for economic value and social impact.
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Designer / Frontend dev

It is a working model in germany

Pros:

Great alternative to traditional student loans. Takes away the pressure of students as you only pay a percentage of your income.

Cons:

not that I am aware of.

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Passion in digital!

I liked the lean approach and concept of the idea. It is a real problem which affects millions of people. If the background of the idea is structured well it will have a large market to go. Congratulations.

Pros:

Logical business model. Design and concept.

Cons:

Not seems any.

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Software Engineering Student and Maker

I'm using the same model in Germany and it allows me to have a great education without a wealthy family.

Pros:

Concept, Vision, Design

Cons:

Nothing I'm aware of.

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Do be in dept is not only a hard situation for the student but also for the whole family.

Pros:

Right market and right timing! Great idea to provide students with the opportunity and freedom they deserve.

Cons:

Nothing so far

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Promoting business awareness 👨🏽‍💻

When enrolling, the 2nd option if you click on "Soon", you still get asked "Where do you study?". Willamette University isn't an option. Additionally I don't see a "other" option. Not sure if this is an option for DACA students, who are not U.S. citizens, but are authorized to work. Would be awesome, if it allowed anyone not depending on your legal status, but also give you the opportunity to pay back if you moved to a different country.

Pros:

Disrupts the current finance opportunities for a higher education. Don't need credit score or cosigner.

Cons:

Questions for getting a quote are not complete.

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here to create and disrupt

"student debt has more than tripled since 2004, reaching $1.52 trillion in the first quarter of 2018"

Pros:

Great business model, fantastic founders

Cons:

to be seen