Tag: partnership

Announcing YouCaring as our exclusive charitable crowdfunding partner

Over the past decade, we’ve supported thousands of entrepreneurs in bringing their ideas to life. We’ve created new ways to generate investment with Equity Crowdfunding, a platform to find customers beyond crowdfunding with Indiegogo Marketplace, and even launched our first-ever ICO sale to bring cryptocurrency to the masses. Now, we’re taking one more step to … read more

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

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

Announcing the Transform the Smartphone Challenge!

Reimagine what a phone can do Indiegogo is thrilled to announce we’re collaborating with Motorola to give our campaigners the tools and connections to truly transform the smartphone. As part of our Transform the Smartphone Challenge, you have the chance to contribute to the creation of the next generation of Moto Mods. Here’s how: Moto … read more

Fund Your Business the Smart Way with General Assembly and Indiegogo

There’s more than one way to startup. Let’s say you have a brilliant business idea, but you don’t know how to scale it. Finding funding can be a challenge. You might feel like successful entrepreneurs are hoarding some grand secret about how to get money, but there is no one right answer. Uber, Twitter, InterCom, … read more