Archives for February 2016

In the World This Week: Augmented Reality Laser Tag and Flow Hive Turns 1

It’s never a quiet week at Indiegogo HQ, but we didn’t win an award this week like we did last week. This week we’re going to focus on some pretty impressive campaigns, both new and old. Tech News Father.io is not an app that helps you confess your sins. It actually turns your phone into a laser gun for an … read more

Sondors THIN Electric Bike: The First 72 Hours

In the past few years, electric vehicles have become more and more accessible, which is an amazing step toward reducing our carbon footprints on our beautiful earth. One key player in the electric bike world is Sondors, who raised over $6 million to fund the production of its all-terrain eBike. Now, the team is back … read more

5 Ways to Use Secret Perks for Crowdfunding Magic

Introducing our latest feature: secret perks! Secrets perks are a new way to reward loyal backers and attract new adopters. Secret perks are available for certain users via a unique link that you distribute – only people who have the unique link are able to see the secret perk. Pretty cool, huh? People who have … read more

Empowerment in Action: Lesbians Who Tech Summit

Empowerment is one of our core values at Indiegogo: our mission is to make entrepreneurship accessible to anyone with a passion. Our platform offers tons of help to entrepreneurs looking to go from idea to reality, with our Coming Soon pages featuring upcoming campaigns, to our InDemand category and enterprise partnerships helping our customers bring … read more

In the World This Week: Sledding 2.0 & Vintage Video Games

Last week, Indiegogo earned a place on Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Companies” list.  Generosity was included in the Social Good category because unlike many similar websites, it’s platform fee-free. We were actually the only major crowdfunding platform featured at all, which we’re very proud of since the platform is just a year old. Tech Crowdfunding … read more