Author: Kristine Chuang

The solution to a better night’s sleep: Eversleep wins 50K in flash funding from Arrow

EverSleep is the latest Indiegogo campaign to win $50K in flash funding from Arrow, as part of the Arrow Certification Program. A good night’s sleep is often the answer to a lot of life’s problems — but what if you can’t seem to catch some good z’s, no matter how many sheep you count? Thanks … read more

Introducing Indiegogo for Entrepreneurs: A One-Stop Destination

Indiegogo is a launchpad for entrepreneurial ideas, and we are dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs at every step from concept to market. Through partnering with top tier companies like Arrow and IBM, continuously improving your product experience and delivering educational content during your campaign, we help you successfully launch your campaign and build a product. Today, … read more

The answer to eating in: Cinder Precision Grill wins $75K in Flash Funding from Arrow

Have you ever had food so delicious at a restaurant, you’d do anything to be able make it yourself? Eric Norman, CEO of Cinder Precision Grill, has, and it inspired him to change the way people cook at home. “I had this amazing, melt in your mouth salmon at a nice restaurant and I wanted … read more

Live Webinar with PlayDate, $100,000 Arrow Flash Funding winner

From component delays to inaccurate spec sheets, manufacturing is a very unpredictable process. How to conquer all the manufacturing roadblocks? Ask hardware entrepreneurs who’ve been there, done it all and won $100,000 in Arrow flash funding. Indiegogo is excited to have PlayDate, our previous Arrow flash funding winner who won $100,000, to share his experiences … read more

Boost your business with $75,000 in flash funding from Arrow

Imagine finding out you had been awarded $75,000 to turn your entrepreneurial dream into reality. Andy Karuza and the team from FenSens found themselves in that exact position when they became the third Arrow Certified campaign to receive $75,000 in flash funding in October 2016. The cash was the boost they needed to pivot FenSens … read more