Author: Amy Yeh

From Idea to Retail: 6 Indiegogo-Funded Products Sold At Brookstone

You came to Indiegogo to find the latest and most innovative products before they go mainstream. But even if the ideas you back aren’t on shelves yet, we know you still want them ASAP, and that’s exactly why we partnered with retailers like Brookstone. We wanted to help entrepreneurs get their products to market faster, … read more

[VIDEO] Equity Crowdfunding: What Is It?

You may have heard this term ‘equity crowdfunding’ tossed around in the media, or perhaps you’ve seen Indiegogo mention it in an email or social media post. But what does equity crowdfunding actually mean? Also referred to as crowd investing or investment crowdfunding, equity crowdfunding under Title III of the JOBS Act (aka Regulation Crowdfunding … read more

How the Crowd Helped Two Women Launch & Fund a D.C. Distillery

It all started when Pia Carusone was about 2 years old and Rachel Gardner was just a baby. Their families were close, so they grew up celebrating holidays together and traveling together. As adults, Pia pursued a career in politics in Washington D.C. and Rachel found herself in Seattle working on sustainable and natural resource … read more

Announcing New Project Categories to Make Discovery Easier

Today we are thrilled to announce that we are updating project categories on Indiegogo. In the past 9+ years, we’ve grown from helping independent filmmakers bring their ideas to the silver screen to helping entrepreneurs of all kinds move their ideas quickly from concept to market. As our platform grew to attract campaigners of all … read more

Equity Crowdfunding 101: What Is Equity Crowdfunding?

It’s been just a few short months since we launched equity crowdfunding on Indiegogo. Through our joint venture with MicroVentures, First Democracy VC, anyone can invest in startups and innovative companies for potential financial returns. But what exactly IS equity crowdfunding? This fairly new industry is growing quickly following the passing of Title III of … read more