Archives for April 2014

Team Indiegogo Campaign Roundup (4.28.14)

No Barriers Boston Fund Location: Boston, MA “No Barriers is raising funds to provide Boston Marathon survivors with prosthetic limbs designed for athletic activities, so they can run, bike, swim and even dance again.” – Pam M. (@indiegogo)   Organic Rising Location: Brooklyn, NY “In this timely documentary, photographer Anthony Suau will explore the complex … read more

Indiegogo and Social Change

Guest Author Lisa Curtis began work on the successful Kuli Kuli campaign while in the Peace Corps in Niger, West Africa. Kuli Kuli is the first company to sell moringa food products in the US market. When I ran an Indiegogo campaign for Kuli Kuli last May, we had zero money, no full-time staff and … read more

New Indiegogo Handbook for Filmmakers Released

We’re excited to announce the Indiegogo Film Handbook is now available for download alongside its physical release at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York! This new handbook was assembled by collecting years of data, advice from campaigners, and our own team’s know-how to help you make the most of your crowdfunding experience. Inside, you’ll … read more

Team Indiegogo Campaign Roundup (4.21.14)

Indiegogo HQ is abuzz over several campaigns that caught our eye this week. What do you think? Kill the Cup Location: Various “A collaborative initiative involving university students across the nation that’s eco-friendly AND includes a limited-edition Klean Kanteen – what more could you ask for?” – Alisa C. (@alisacordesius) Solar Power for Habitat Location: … read more

From the Israeli Desert to Screening “Deserted” at SFIFF

Yoav Hornung is an award-winning young filmmaker and entrepreneur who mixed cocktails in Tel Aviv before creating this successful Indiegogo campaign. Today he is the co-founder & CEO of Veed.me, a video production marketplace. Discovering Indiegogo – September 2011 I had a first draft script of Deserted, my thesis film at Tel Aviv University. I … read more