International Women’s Day is Saturday and March is Women’s History Month. Mark your support through crowdfunding.
Indiegogo already has campaigners and contributors in nearly 190 countries, but is aiming to expand its platform even further.
A founder who is wrapping up a crowdfunding campaign gives a detailed account of what she learned along the way.
Here’s a round-up of what’s going on today in the sphere of women and tech!
Women 2.0 is a proud partner in Innovating Women, a groundbreaking project aimed at crowdsourcing a book detailing women’s contributions to STEM and innovation.
Two German entrepreneurs living in crisis-hit Portugal explain why they think now is the perfect time to start their business and why they’ve turned to crowdfunding to get it off the ground.
By Judith Asamoah (Co-founder, Boleiaponto.com)
It all started in 2010. Sitting at the Guincho beach, one of the marvelous places just around the corner in Lisbon, my co-founder Stephanie and I had planned to do a ‘business brainstorming-afternoon.’
Knowing and loving Portugal for a while already, one could ‘smell’ the first signs of the upcoming crisis, which has brought hard austerity measures to the country.
Four proven options online that can get you as much as $10 million in funding (that’s the record so far).
By Anna Vital (Co-Founder, Vash; Founder, Funders & Founders)
For all the hype that crowdfunding has caused, there are very few startups that have been crowfunded. Yet. The future is looking very good for crowdfunders.
You have four proven options that can get you as much as $10 million in funding – or at least that’s the record so far.