August 1st – Crowdfunding Success Stories (LIVE)

Joe Donoghue, product development, Eric Hanscom, Patent process

Join Our Crowdfunding Show Live On Aug.1st 2012, at 9am/pst

Ever wonder what it takes to be successful on a crowdfunding site like Kickstarter or Indiegogo? You might be surprised to learn the tricks and unexpected tasks of a successful crowdfunding campaign. Our recent blog interview with Nathan Wills shed some light on what inventors / entrepreneurs can expect after they have raised their goal amount of capital or more.

Nathan will be joining us live to talk about his adventures in crowdfunding and product development.

Also joining us live from LA will be Gabriel Wartofsky. Gabriel is the inventor / innovator behind The Folding Electric Bike For Commuters. An idea that he began to work on in 2008 and just recently ran a successful Kickstarter Campaign for.

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One Response to August 1st – Crowdfunding Success Stories (LIVE)

  1. Winifred Meiser says:

    I’m working on having my patriotic-themed solar sculpture become a favorite art piece in communities nationwide. (the full-scale prototype will on display in North San Diego in late 2012)

    I can email you an image of the prototype if you’d be interested in doing a story


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