Do you want to shape the future of filmmaking? Or help in creating a new hi-tech gadget that will become the next big thing on the market? We’ll tell you how. Tune into our special series “Crowdfunding: With All Our Powers Combined”.
When crowdfunding started gaining popularity, its advocates did not expect that it would also become a corporate trend. Will the world of alternative finance remain independent? Will peer-to-peer lending revolutionize the way your bank operates? As new versions of the crowdfunding idea arise, there is still no consensus about its future.
What defines a popular gadget? Something that consumers want so much that they are even ready to pay for its development and production, and preorder the device long before its release. But how can you gauge whether your prototype is the next big thing? One of the best ways to find out is to launch a crowdfunding campaign.
If you aren’t a movie buff, you probably wouldn’t know which young directors will make it big in Hollywood. But thanks to online crowdfunding websites, now everyone can invest in the future of filmmaking by supporting dozens of film projects on Kickstarter and IndieGoGo.
As a form of alternative financing, crowdfunding has recently become one of the most popular ways for people with ideas to raise money for their projects. And whether it’s small gadgets or huge monuments, as it turns out, crowdfunding can be a good, and sometimes the only way of obtaining financing.