Tag: International Women’s Day

National Women’s Month Edition: Our Weekly News Roundup

This edition of press highlights is like a pregame for National Women’s Month, which begins on Thursday. These ladies are not only doing cool stuff, they are doing cool stuff to help other women live their best lives. Shazia Ijaz, a Pakistani American from Dearborn, Michigan, wanted all women to be able to express themselves with … read more

In the World This Week: Virtual Reality Everywhere & Women Entrepreneurs

Some cool stuff happened at Indiegogo this week, primarily because of International Women’s Day, which as you all know I think should be every day. We launched a new initiative with some “kickass partners” including Dell Women Entrepreneur Network, Girls in Tech. Lipstick & Politics, and Blooming Founders to get more women into entrepreneurship. It was covered … read more

Women’s Day Should Be Every Day

Over eight years ago, we created Indiegogo to give everyone with a passion an equal shot at success. Too often were ideas going unborn because they lacked access to funding, because the gatekeepers that control finance had made the decision that those ideas weren’t worthy. Not because they were bad ideas, and not for lack … read more

International Women’s Day on Indiegogo: Thank you!

We couldn’t be more honored by the 480+ campaigns and 6,000+ contributors from 50 countries who participated in our International Women’s Day festivities. Thanks to every one of you for your dedication to empowering women. Women’s Day was the perfect start to Women’s History Month, which runs throughout March. Continue your support by perusing, sharing … read more

Campaigns Supporting Women in Technology & Business (3/7/14)

As part of International Women’s Day this Saturday, March 8th, here are some fantastic Indiegogo campaigns supporting women in technology and business: Give Shelter – Help Reaction deploy housing for families in need Location: Austin, Texas Reaction has developed a rapid-response shelter solution for families who’ve lost their homes due to disaster. They need your … read more