We don’t need to tell you that crowdfunding has become a very popular instrument to raise money for your startup. It’s so popular nowadays that it keeps becoming more and more challenging to stand out of the mass of projects because having a really good idea isn’t a guarantee for a successful campaign – even if it is a big advantage. So, what’s the deal with campaigns that manage to break records while others simply fail? At Founders’ Pit Stop we will make an attempt to answer this question together with Konrad Lauten from Indiegogo and the two project starters Björn Bollensdorff from Panono (hardware) and Danny Weissberg from VoiceItt (software).
Join Founders’ Pit Stop and find out how to build a kick-ass crowdfunding campaign for your hardware or software startup. Learn from the experience of other project starters, determine in the group the factors of a successful crowdfunding campaign and network with free beer and pizza.
Who Should Attend?
Students, innovators or startups that plan to launch a crowdfunding campaign for a hardware or software project.
What is the Agenda?
- Welcome and Socializing
- Overview Crowdfunding and how it works
- Question and Answer
- Introduction and analyses of two project campaigns (hardware vs. software) in groups
- Open discussion to determine the success factors
- Networking with pizza and beer
If you would like to attend this event, please click here to register - or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org!