TechSydney has today announced it has raised $534,100, exceeding its goal of half a million to put Sydney back in the top ten of the world’s best tech ecosystems. The Pozible campaign comes after its previous goal of raising $2 million from its members, which it quickly changed to crowdsource funding from the entire community.
Pozible has announced it will be launching a new distribution tool for crowdfunded films called Screen Connect. The tool aims to help independent film creators to distribute their crowdfunded films.
TechSydney, the not-for-profit organisation launched by the who’s who of Sydney’s startup scene in May, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help “put the brakes” on Sydney’s slide down the global startup ecosystem rankings and kickstart its membership drive.
Global crowdfunding platform Pozible has today re-launched with a new feature that will enable anyone to run their own customised crowdfunding platform.
Australian crowdfunding platform Pozible is partnering with burger chain Grill’d to fund three creative community projects in Melbourne through a competition called ‘Made Pozible with Local Matters’.
Pozible, a global crowdfunding platform based out of Melbourne, announced this morning that it had formed a partnership with IDG Capital Partners and the Shanghai-Nanxiang Government.
VIDIT is a pocket-sized wearable camera that is described as not only being “AS GOOD as the GoPro, but a device that makes it even easier to take high quality footage and transfer files for editing, at a third of the price.” The VIDIT camera weighs a meagre 150 grams (excluding replaceable lens and filters) and costs USD$82.
The OAXIS team created Star.21 after recognising the value of gamification in health and fitness, especially at a time where people live fast-paced lifestyles.
Game development company specialising in real-life shooter experiences, IRL Shooter, has just broken its own record as the most pledged campaign in the history of Pozible – receiving more than AUD$250,000 for its latest game ‘Lazarus’.
Over the weekend (Sunday) and today (Monday) Kickstarter’s Leland Rechis has been in town letting people know how to create kick arse kickstarter videos.
Australia’s only national coworking community The Hub, has opened it’s pop up space on William street last night ahead of it’s official launch on the 23rd of May. The Building 101 William Street is part of the City of Sydney’s spaces that are to be used for the growing startup, creative and technology businesses in the city.
In a move very different to all their crowd funding competitors, Australian based Pozible has hit the market first rolling out it’s private campaigns product across the business. Private crowdfunding allows you to run a crowdfunding campaign, but have total control of the audience you want to share the project with.