July 16, 2013

We are proud to announce that we signed up our first advisor Philip Reicherz from Magnolia Ventures. He has great knowledge in the financial system and is active in the crowdfunding community. We believe that he will bring much value to our company and help us grow. Welcome to the team Philip.

June 27, 2013

Recently we were interviewed by Reena Jadhav of Vator.TV . We did a 15 min one-on-one session where I went into a deep discussion of what is crowdfunding and gave generic tips on raising money.  We also did an interview session with Alfred Pena, CEO of Rhythmology. Alfred won the contest that we held in May for a crowdfunding package. He received a detailed personalized crowdfunding report that I build for him. In the report I analyzed his company Rhythmology and offered advice to what website to raise money and gave tips that he should do to make sure he…

June 12, 2013

Today I created my first meetup event for my first meetup group ‘NYC Crowdfunding Happy Hour’ . I’m surprised that without any marketing I already got over 40 people in the group and nine RSVP for the event. This shows that people are out there searching for crowdfunding, or maybe they just want to get drunk.

There are a few reason why I created this meetup.

I found there are 2 current crowdfunding meetups that didn’t have any events for the past 6 months. Besides that there is not much events going around crowdfunding.
I already have connection with OvertimeNYC which let us use…

June 6, 2013

If that doesn’t have you tongue-tied, perhaps you’ve got a future that’s crowdfunded in poetry?

Amanda Palmer 

In April of 2012, Amanda Palmer became the first musician to reach the million dollar mark on, a rather remarkable feat given that an average project raises only $5,000. Her fans rejoiced—their donations had funded an album and tour in which she invited guest musicians to join her on stage. The gesture was perhaps a kind one, as she continued to afford starving artists the chance to perform before a crowd of captive listeners. The problem was that, aside from the pleasure of performance,…

May 6, 2013

Indiegogo and KickStarter are two popular reward based crowdfunding websites. Using CrowdsUnite compare tool we can compare any crowdfunding website side-by-side.

Indiegogo VS KickStarter


I highlighted all the areas where the two websites differ. I didn’t highlight platform type because technically a project on KickStarter could ask for money in return for a simple thank you. Therefore all reward based platforms can be considered donation platforms as well, it’s just that their reward could be nothing. More important KickStarter only likes creative projects, it doesn’t really care what the rewards are. While everything and anything can go on Indiegogo. Lets review other…