News and Articles About Indiegogo
David Mandelbrot believes these kinds of products will be big on the crowdfunding platform this year. He also shares his tips for successful fundraising.
The market is evolving, and so are the products that help drive it. Consumers and backers alike are on the lookout for customizable solutions to everyday problems.
Entrepreneurs can raise funds in a new way thanks to recently passed regulations.
Lots of good projects flop as crowdfunding projects, not because the idea was bad but because the funding campaign was poorly executed.
It's not exactly cheap, but for a scooter, this thing is pretty feature-rich.
There are now thousands of specialized crowdfunding sites and, cumulatively, they are likely to provide more funding this year than VCs will.
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The San Francisco-based fundraising platform is pushing into new territory under its new CEO, David Mandelbrot.
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Hiral Sanghavi and his wife raised more than $11 million to design and manufacture a jacket that aims to solve logistical pain points for road warriors.
One secret to successful crowdfunding is hire people who know how to run one.
Despite the initial rejections, Indiegogo has since secured millions in funding from prominent VC firms and it's distributed close to $1 billion to entrepreneurs across the world.
What's a surefire way to break your snooze button habit? The threat of electrocution.
An international competition offers the chance for a gaming enthusiast to have their original game idea turned into reality.
The difference comes down to the words female founders use, according to a UC Berkeley study.
Some of the sketchiness associated with crowdfunding should be addressed by the platforms themselves, says Mark Harris.