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Kickstarter Success Stories
0 minutes | Oct 21, 2014
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33 minutes | Jan 2, 2013
10: Simon Tam of The Slants
Simon is best known as the founder of The Slants, an internationally recognized performing arts organization. Simons unique approach to marketing and activism has resulted in features on NPR, All Things Considered, the American Express Business OPEN, Bloomberg, and thousands of radio and television shows, websites, and trade journals. His work has appeared in over 80 countries across six continents.
33 minutes | Jan 2, 2013
9: Chris White of Paris MTN Scout
Chris White is a filmmaker based in South Carolina. He and his wife Emily own an online film distribution company called Paris MTN Scout, that brings artistically ambitious, non-cynical films to the world. Chris and Emilys own films, TAKEN IN and GET BETTER, anchor the companys catalogue. Both of those movies were made entirely with funds donated through Kickstarter.
30 minutes | Jan 2, 2013
8: Aubrie Pagano of Bow and Drape
Bow and Drape is an e-clothier that allows women to design their own clothing. With a few clicks, Bow and Drape guides its shoppers to flattering silhouettes that they can easily modify into unique clothing, using hand-selected silhouettes, colors, and trim.
37 minutes | Jan 2, 2013
7: Seun Olubodun of Duke and Winston
Seun Olubodun is the founder of Philadelphia based clothing line Duke and Winston, a one man casual apparel brand with a strong local following. The goal of his Kickstarter campaign was to raise funds that would allow him to introduce his line to a national audience by attending tradeshows in early 2013.
28 minutes | Jan 2, 2013
6: Bonnie Min of Love and Dumplings
Registered nurse by day and toymaker by night. Bonnie Min is the cofounder, president and head chief platypus of Love and Dumplings. She founded the company to spread love through toys. Their toys are sold in sets of two so you can give one of them away to someone you love.
34 minutes | Jan 2, 2013
5: Isabel Thottam of Hold On Another Day
Isabel Thottam is the Founder and Executive Producer of Hold On Another Day, a start-up, for-profit organization that creates mix CDs for non-profit causes to help those suffering from mental illness through the power of music. Isabel is a recent graduate of Emerson College in Boston, MA where she earned a degree in Screenwriting and Entrepreneurship.
34 minutes | Dec 31, 2012
4: Jake Bronstein of Flint and Tinder
Jake Bronstein is the founder of Flint and Tinder, a maker of premium men's underwear right here in America. After launching his Kickstarter campaign with a simple question - "Why is no premium underwear made in America?" - Jake got an outpouring of support, raising 10 times what the project was looking for.
31 minutes | Dec 22, 2012
3: Kevin Lawton of Crowdfunding Revolution
Kevin is a serial visionary, entrepreneur, technologist, spark behind a key technology of cloud computing, author, blogger and early contact in crowdfunding from the Whitehouse.
32 minutes | Dec 22, 2012
2: The Fabulous Miss Wendy
The Fabulous Miss Wendy has toured with Slash, but to raise money to fund her upcoming album produced by Kim Fowley, this entrepreneur turned to Kickstarter. She needed $5,000. She got it. But how did she do it? What can other entrepreneurs learn from rock-and-roll? And why does Wendy have to write 100 songs?
33 minutes | Dec 22, 2012
1: Jon Fawcett of Fuse Chicken
Jon Fawcett is the CEO of Fuse Chicken, a startup launched from the wildly successful Une Bobine Kickstarter project. Une Bobine is a hybrid stand and charge cable for iPhone and Android. Fuse Chicken smashed the $10,000 funding goal with over $212,000 in a short 40 days on Kickstarter.
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