Product Upgrade: A Calculator for Funding Goals

Setting a funding goal is a critical step in launching a project — but it can be a confusing one. We’ve released a new tool to help make at least part of this process easier and more transparent. Our start-a-project area has a section where you enter your funding goal. Creators will now see a…

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Kickstarter and The Eyeslicer to Host New “Radical Film Fair” in Brooklyn

This September, Kickstarter Film is partnering with The Eyeslicer, a secret TV show blending the boldest new American filmmaking into mind-expanding, mixtape-style episodes, to bring a new, free film fair to our Brooklyn headquarters. Akin to the spirit of a comic or record fair, the Radical Film Fair will be a place for film lovers,…

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Kickstarter-Funded Games Sweep Gen Con Awards

The Games team brings glad tidings from Indianapolis! We’ve just recovered from Gen Con, the largest gathering of the tabletop games community in North America. This year’s event was extra special for us because two Kickstarted games took home top honors at two different award shows at the conference. We’d like to give a quick…

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Indiegogo Presents: Hardware Startup Bootcamp London

Indiegogo’s Hardware Startup Bootcamp is coming to London! Are you an entrepreneur building a tech product? Do you live in the Greater London area? Then don’t miss this exclusive bootcamp designed for innovators like you. Join Indiegogo and Arrow for a free workshop on 11 September 2019 at a private venue near London’s Kings Cross…

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Kickstarter Teams up with shesaid.so to Support Women and Nonbinary Folks in the Music Industry

The shesaid.so team This October, Kickstarter is teaming up with shesaid.so, a global community of women in the music industry, to offer funding to five Europe-based women, trans, and nonbinary folks interested in attending MEETSSS, their inaugural conference. Taking place October 3–6, 2019, in Portimão, Portugal, MEETSSS will feature workshops, discussions, panels, and more for…

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Product Upgrades: Project Quotes in Comments, and More

Here’s a quick overview of some recent improvements to Kickstarter that we’re excited to tell you about. First up is a feature we’re calling quoted comments. It’s designed to make it easier for backers to start a public conversation with creators. Backers often want to ask questions about a specific element of a project. They…

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Kickstarter-Funded Performances to Watch at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Way back in 2009 when Kickstarter was first launched, one of our first projects was a piece from Cynthia Hopkins trying to get to the Edinburgh Fringe. A decade later, hundreds of artists have raised more than $ 1.5 million from over 20,000 backers as part of their journey to this legendary performance festival.  This…

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Open Call: Apply to Become a Kickstarter Creator-in-Residence this Fall

The Spring 2019 Creators-in-Residence We’re excited to announce the open call for Kickstarter’s Fall 2019 Creators-in-Residence program. Whether you’re a first-time creator seeking one-on-one mentorship or a repeat creator looking to fulfill your rewards, our Creators-in-Residence program can give you the time and space to move your project forward. Launched in 2017, our Creators-in-Residence program…

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Add-On Perks: Overview and Best Practices

Indiegogo’s new Add-On Perks feature lets you seamlessly offer your backers secondary perks along with your standard perks. Successful crowdfunding campaigns come in many forms, but they all have one common feature: well thought-out perks. Our Perk Strategy Guide notes that campaigns offering perks raise an average of 143% more than campaigns without perks. But…

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Add-On Perks: Overview and Best Practices

Indiegogo’s new Add-On Perks feature lets you seamlessly offer your backers secondary perks along with your standard perks. Successful crowdfunding campaigns come in many forms, but they all have one common feature: well thought-out perks. Our Perk Strategy Guide notes that campaigns offering perks raise an average of 143% more than campaigns without perks. But…

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