6 GIFs that perfectly sum up being a kid in 2016

Kids these days. They have all the coolest games and technology, they don’t even know the pain of dial-up internet or letting your tamagotchi starve to death. Gone are the days of playing with pogs and slinkies, these kids are competing with robots, drones and virtual reality. You might be a grown adult, but that … read more

Arrow and Indiegogo Support Entrepreneurs with a New Go-to-Market Program

There are always hurdles on the road to entrepreneurship. To deliver on your promises, you’ll want experienced partners. That’s why we’re teaming up with Arrow, experts in engineering, to share valuable resources with makers. Together, we’re launching a go-to-market program for entrepreneurs that could change the course of your campaign—and your business. It doesn’t matter … read more

Your Backers Are Investors – Treat Them That Way

Congratulations! You did it. You completed a successful Indiegogo campaign by being meticulous and having a solid campaign plan. Take a deep breath and pat yourself on the back. Now that your campaign is funded, the best way to continue the momentum is through open communication with your backers.  Whatever stage your project is in, … read more

How Cinemood Used Crowdfunding to Tap Into an International Market

On April 19, we launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for Cinemood, a storytelling mini portable projector that helps to enhance early childhood development. We raised a whopping $120k in just two months. Because this kind of crowdfunding success does not happen overnight, we wanted to share a few of the steps we took … read more

Campaigners of the Week: Artists, Women in Tech, Dads and more

Because crowdfunding is all about connecting people globally to help bring ideas to life, we like focusing on the stories and people behind the projects. Whether it’s a Turkish artist, a Burning Man innovator, or even a group of young high school entrepreneurs, these entrepreneurs continue to succeed, long after their campaign: Film It would … read more