Archives for September 2015

Wrapping Up IFP Independent Film Week 2015

IFP’s Independent Film Week in New York is a unique event, drawing participants from around the world who wish to celebrate diversity in film and media. Not only does it provide an opportunity for storytellers across all mediums to connect with industry and peers alike, but it gives filmmakers, content creators and innovators a chance … read more

In the World This Week: The Moon in Your Room and Road Tripping to the Pope

Maybe if he wasn’t in Canada (I’m not going to make an anti-Canada joke because I hear that place is kind of awesome) we would know that Steve Tam, Marketing Manager for Canada, is kind of a master of wisdom. In his keynote at the Fireside Conference he gave some great tips from his “Mastering Yourself” … read more

Go Time Podcast: Bluesmart & Miss Possible Discuss Campaign Success

This month we sat down with two very different Indiegogo campaigns, showcasing how diverse, innovative and inspiring our campaigners truly are. First up is Bluesmart, the world’s smartest suitcase that keeps you connected and secure everywhere you go. They successfully raised $1.3 million in less than two months and went on to join our InDemand program to raise an additional $823k … read more

The Horror, The Horror: 3 Tips to Gorify Your Crowdfunding

This year, Indiegogo is a proud Premier Sponsor of Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas with a team on the ground and many exciting Indiegogo campaigns in flight. We’re also particularly excited to be welcoming the world premiere of Rooster Teeth’s LAZER TEAM, a record-breaking Indiegogo campaign that raised nearly $2.5 million in July 2014. In … read more

Maximizing Crowdfunding Campaigns with InDemand

When we first launched InDemand in September 2014, we wanted campaigners to be able to keep raising funds for their innovative ideas long after their campaigns ended. After all, each of our campaigners works hard to build momentum during the campaign, sharing their dreams with the crowd and receiving validation for their ideas. Because they’ve … read more