Tag: Where Are They Now

CES Coverage, Beauty Reimagined and Robot Pillows: Our Weekly News Roundup

Between the winter holidays, CES, and Martin Luther King Day (arguably the most important holiday of the year) we haven’t done one of these in a while. We know you missed our wit, but you probably mostly missed hearing about how cool our campaigners are. We have a lot to catch up on. You’ll laugh, … read more

A.I. Robots Teach STEM, Security Cameras Arrive in Chicago, and Other Tech Wins

If you want to get into an investor mindset before you read about the following campaigns, check out the first episode of Elevator Pitch on Entrepreneur, and see what you think of of the latest innovation ideas. Creative You’ve already heard about this campaign, but you should hear about it again. We Go Higher started as a film … read more

TrackR Raises $50M, Super Troopers 2 Wraps Up Filming and Other Success Stories This Week

It’s a very exciting Monday! We launched the entrepreneur Education Center last week, which is something that we have all been waiting for pretty much forever. Our absolutely incredibly Customer Happiness and Campaign Strategist teams just don’t have time to chat with every single entrepreneur on our platform, which has always been a big problem for a … read more

Women in Crowdfunding, Saving the Arts and More News

Yet another study has come out about women having a 32% higher success rate than men when it comes to crowdfunding. Turns out that when bias is removed from the funding equation, people contribute to the most inclusive and positive language, which is usually written by women. This article also makes an interesting point that people often … read more

Indiegogo Weekly: The Latest From Our Campaigners Around The World

Congratulations to our Director of Enterprise Business, Andrew Erlick, who was named one of Dealerscope’s 40 under 40! Check this out to learn a little more about him, like the fact that his favorite movie is Tommy Boy. In other big and exciting news, we are thrilled to have been joined by Agency of Trillions. I can tell you … read more