GarageGeeks CrowdFunding Session

February 25th, 2013


You are invited you to a CrowdFunding session with Amy Lesnick, Head of Social Innovation at Indiegogo.

Are you a tech founder with a dream? Are you a social entrepreneur with a bold vision for social change? If so, then you are well aware that what often stands between a great innovative idea and its execution is financing!

With greater and greater frequency, crowdfunding has been filling the money gap. Beyond the dollar, crowdfunding has enabled start-ups to demonstrate a market for their products, gain valuable rapid customer feedback, cultivate customer advocates, and increase awareness for their brand and offering. On the Social innovation front, crowdfunding empowers individuals around the world to participate in something bigger than themselves and take ownership in the projects they believe in.

* Indiegogo is the largest global open crowdfunding platform, empowering anyone, anywhere, anytime, to raise funds for any idea. Since launching in January 2008, Indiegogo has enabled campaign owners to launch campaigns from every country around the world. With millions of dollars distributed globally each week, Indiegogo is democratizing the way the world raises funds for any project - creative, cause-related or entrepreneurial.

* Amy has over 15 years experience in leading/scaling/advising early stage high growth ventures. Her background includes McKinsey & Co., early Netscape and executive roles at a variety of tech start ups. More recently, Amy was the CEO of Full Circle Fund, an instructor at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, and an advisor at Stanford’s StartX Accelerator. She is especially passionate about the intersection of technology and social change. She was named by the San Francisco Business Times as one of the “Bay Area’s Most Influential Women” in 2008, 2009, and to the “Forever Influential” hall of fame in 2010

The event will take place on:
Tuesday, March 5th, 20:00
GarageGeeks HQ,
HaPeled 40, Holon

* Admission is free, registration is not required.
* GarageGeeks is sponsored by Microsoft and Initial Capital

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