Tag: small business

Celebrating 1 Year Of Equity Crowdfunding

When we launched Indiegogo back in 2008, we wanted to give everyday people the opportunity to invest in the companies that inspired them. But at the time, the law didn’t allow it. As an alternative, we pioneered what is now known as Perks-based Crowdfunding, which allowed enthusiasts of all kinds to financially support the projects … 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

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

Bronx’s only bookstore, diversity in TV, and more exciting change

In a sea of dismal news, it’s always nice when something good happens. This is one good thing, and so is our amazing campaign for the IRC. Newegg created a dedicated landing page for Indiegogo products to give them the attention they deserve, and Arrow decided to do $75,000 of flash funding for certified campaigners. … read more

$1.2M in 30 days, what Roccbox learned from this success

In March, we wrote about how our community was going bananas over the Roccbox portable pizza oven. In the first 72 hours of their campaign, they raised more than $400k, averaging about $100 per minute. Their campaign wrapped up 30 days later, bringing in over $1.2M in funds. This week, we sat down with one … read more