Category: Case Studies

Watch Now: Trek, TouchPoints, Tersa Steam, and Garadget entrepreneurs share their Arrow Certification Program experience

 Hear the innovative entrepreneurs behind Tersa Steam, Garadget, Trek, and TouchPoints talk about their experience with the Arrow Certification Program, how Arrow supported them and what Arrow enabled them to do in the successful development of their product. Charlie Warden, Tersa Steam’s CEO, says, “We love Indiegogo because they focus on helping smaller companies … 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

Want To Prove Your Product? Validate On Indiegogo!

Imagine yourself as a product inventor on day one of your crowdfunding campaign. Aside from the exhaustion of defining a product, generating leads, and creating a buzz in social media, there is excitement and anxiety. Whether your efforts will result in success or failure hinges on one question: Will this product sell? For decades, startups … read more

How the Indiegogo Lab Helped Phi Raise the Bar

Launching a crowdfunding campaign is a beautiful thing for anyone with an idea. The process transforms you from someone with an idea to someone with a couple hundred promises to keep: promises you’ve made to your funders to deliver on that idea. It’s a beautiful thing, this transition. It turns your dreams into “To Dos,” and … read more


Happy Mother’s Day from Indiegogo Life & BigTent by

As you’ve seen this week, we’ve collaborated with BigTent by for Mother’s Day to showcase mothers in the Indiegogo Life and BigTent parent communities who have brought their friends and family together in meaningful ways to make big things happen. We all remember how parents used to communicate as we grew up—be it for … read more