Today we are giving away £1,000 to two top-notch fashion and design business ideas. Want to win? Check out the competition page to enter.Winners will need to be raising money on Crowdfunder in February to receive the £1,000 pledge. And hey, even if you don’t win you can still crowdfund to make your great idea happen.We’re turning[…]
Today we are giving away £1,000 to two incredible event and festival business ideas. Want to win? Check out the competition page to enter.Winners will need to be raising money on Crowdfunder in February to receive the £1,000 pledge. And hey, even if you don’t win you can still crowdfund to make your great idea[…]
More United is a movement using people-power to influence our politics. They’ll use crowdfunding to support candidates and MPs who stand by pre-defined values, regardless of what party they are from, and help them get elected.To launch More United, the organisation have started a project on Crowdfunder. In just 48hours, their project had raised over[…]
What if you’ve already successfully raised funds for your film via crowdfunding, but need to go another round? Proceed with caution.Running a second crowdfunding project for the same film can be very tricky, particularly if you’ve not yet delivered on the rewards from the first round. In most cases, your inner circle will have already[…]
Last year Helston museum ran a successful crowdfunding campaign to restore a museum artefact, which can now be enjoyed for years to come.
Now they’re here to share their tips for a successful crowdfund.
It’s been a great final week of Bootcamp 2016, with over 400 new crowdfunders tuning in to daily updates from our whirlwind of a Marketing Manager, Jess Ratty!This week was all about running your crowdfunding project, and Jess did a fabulous job of sharing all the information you need to go out and get your great idea funded. From your[…]
Another great week of Bootcamp 2016 this week, with over 350 new crowdfunders taking part in our training sessions with the Crowdfunder AcademyThis week was all about creating the perfect project. Si, our Head of Partnerships here at Crowdfunder, gave us all the ins and outs of moulding your idea into a project that people want[…]
The Crowdfunder Academy have launched Bootcamp 2016.Bootcamp is an intensive three-week campaign, hosted by the Crowdfunder Academy to get your new project into shape throughout January. Day by day, industry experts will be on hand to tell the story behind the perfect Crowdfunder project, sharing the key to success.There will be daily uploads to the Crowdfunder[…]
It’s important to make sure you have a core team of people promoting your crowdfunding project for you.
When deciding on your target find a happy balance between the amount you need to raise and what is realistic from your audience.
Crowdfunding Rewards are benefits, products or services offered by the project. Rewarding contributors with prizes can be an effective motivating tool.
Because you are pitching to your ‘crowd’, it’s important to identify your crowd and how you are going to turn them into backers.
The most important part of the crowdfunding process, is that people need to understand your idea, why it means so much to you, and why they should support it.
How to build your crowdfunding project. Have you started building your crowdfunding team, crowd, and project?
For the next 7 weeks we’ll cover steps of the crowdfunding process, giving you a better understanding on how to create successful crowdfunding projects.