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Marc LINTS created a new WIKI page 8 March 2017

Maine land trusts experiment with crowdfunding for preservation

The trend is not widespread nationally, and in Maine only a few land trusts have tried crowdfunding.

Marc LINTS posted Information 3 July 2016

Share your views on crowdfunding or your campaign experience: complete the survey!

From14 June 2016
in (Belgium)
Organised byEngineering for Change in partnership with ASME Innovation Showcase (ISHOW)

Crowdfunding is no easy task. And the crowdfunding industry is constantly
evolving. It's no longer just about funding or the crowd. It's become a
multifaceted tool for entrepreneurs, used to build a brand, grow a customer
base, gather feedback for R&D, and test future features.

Topics covered include: Introduction to crowdfunding fundamentals and
advanced best practices / Deep dive into Indiegogo's advanced platform
features such as their API and InDemand program / Planning beyond the
campaign / Case studies of Indiegogo Social Innovation campaigns and how
they've leverages these strategies

Marc LINTS uploaded a new Document 6 June 2016

Based on interviews with UK crowdfunding platforms and a survey of more than 450 charities, community groups and social entrepreneurs, this report, created in partnership with NCVO, explores opportunities and challenges in crowdfunding for good causes 

Marc LINTS posted Information 8 May 2016
C’est l’histoire d’un petit documentaire, sur lequel aucun professionnel n’entendait
Marc LINTS uploaded a new Document 2 April 2016

Ce livre vous donnera les clés pour construire une stratégie optimale de campagne afin d’atteindre votre objectif financier, fédérer votre communauté, optimiser l’animation durant la collecte et capitaliser sur l’après.

Marc LINTS uploaded a new Document 1 April 2016

This report looks at the innovative instruments which can facilitate access to finance for the cultural and creative sectors. Such instruments need to be part of well-functioning and efficient financial ecosystems

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