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Crowdfunding obviously provides means to fund ventures, but it can do much more.
It can provide ways to get validation for your idea, get feedback from potential customers, try out different marketing methods and even just get moving on your idea.
Plus crowdfunding works for a variety of ideas, products, and initiatives. We'll hear from those who both been through successful crowdfunding campaigns and who have advised others.
We'll review the variety of crowdfunding types as well as the different crowdfunding models that platforms use.
1. William Cunningham literally wrote the book on crowdfunding (http://www.amazon.com/The-JOBS-Act-Crowdfunding-Businesses/dp/143024755X) (actually a second (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00RKK4NL0) too) and has a recent Udemy (https://www.udemy.com/how-to-crowdfund/) course on crowdfunding. He tweets as @CreativeInv
2. Robin S. ran Kickstarter's 2nd largest fiction campaign.
6:30-7:00: Greet, meet & treats
7-7:40 Moderated panel discussion
7:40-8:10: Audience questions
8:10: Informal discussion/further networking on-site or at local bar/restaurant
THIS EVENT HAS NOT BEEN SCHEDULED OR FINALIZED; DETAILS MAY LIKELY CHANGE.
Know a crowdfunder? We're looking for more potential panelists. Please message us or email: [masked]