Bootcamp 2016 Week 2: Creating your project

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[…]

Brixton Cycles

Case study: Brixton Cycles

Brixton Cycles successfully raised a staggering £62,225 from 1,485 backers in just 35 days! We caught up with them to find out why their project was so victorious.Back storyBrixton Cycles is London’s oldest worker-owner bike co-op and has been voted the capital’s #1 small bike retailer by the London Cycling Awards.  For more than 32[…]

Want to know how to run a successful campaign? Warwickshire rowers show us how!

This year was the second time the Warwickshire University rowing time crowdfunded with us and was the second time they managed to go well over their original target. Last year the rowers were after £2,000 which would enable them to produce their famous naked calender, they smashed this target ending on £3,745.

New project: Betty Angelcake’s Travelling Tearoom

We are really pleased to announce the arrival of our latest great project this grey Monday Morning; Betty Angelcake’s Travelling Tearoom. This project has certainly cheered us up in the office and we are hoping it’s going to get off to a great start.We love food projects here at Crowdfunder as they work so well in terms[…]

Two projects succeed this week.

This week we are pleased to say that New Memories For Old and Solider Godfather have both smashed their targets and raised more than their target amounts.New Memories For Old was a photography project founded by a group of BA Hons photography students from Cumbria. They wanted to showcase photographs that explore the memory –[…]