When Nina Siljanovic started her crowdfunding campaign it was always going to be full of surprises. By the time Nina signed up with Australian crowdfunding platform ReadyFundGo, she had already thrown in her successful overseas investment banking job and devoted a few years to building The Nutty Baker from a home kitchen baking business into a
You have the concept and the time to get your side hustle going. But when you crunched the numbers, you find out you have not got the funds to get going. Before you take out a loan or get extra shifts only to burn yourself out, you may want to consider other ways to source
The First Crowdfunding Academy for Business in Australia is an opportunity not to miss: Here is why!
The First Crowdfunding Academy for Business in Australia is an opportunity not to miss: Here is why! Australia Gets Serious About Crowdfunding ReadyFundGo, Australia’s own Kickstarter, is launching the first Australian Crowdfunding Academy for businessesat just the right time. Our CEO, Jill Storey, predicts that 2019 will be the year that Australia starts
Crowdfunding for your App: the 5 Best Rewards Crowdfunding is a great mechanism to get your projects and startup businesses off the ground. And it’s easy to see why more entrepreneurs are turning to crowdfunding: it’s more convenient to launch compared to traditional business financing options, it can capture a niche market, and developers can
Crowdfunding for Australians Crowdfunding has become a viable solution for many start-ups in turning their aspirations into reality. It combines the useful features of crowdsourcing and microfinancing, uniting aspiring entrepreneurs with funders who are willing to pledge resources to projects that they want to support. Because of its simple and collaborative approach to investment,
How To Startup a Brewery So not only you have decided to take one of the biggest steps in starting your own business, you have also added to the challenge by choosing a niche market and are deep into the investigation of how to startup your brewery. Of course we use the term “Startup”
Crowdfunding Update Australia After a very long wait we are expecting the new laws on equity crowdfunding to be passed this week expanding the opportunity from public unlisted companies to proprietary companies. Jill Storey, CEO of ReadyFundGo, Australia’s reward based crowdfunding platform for start-ups and scale-ups explained that, “around 97% of companies in Australia are
Unique Australian Crowdfunding Campaigns As part of our aim to provide the very best service to all old, new and current partners we want to share with you some of our most unique crowdfunding campaigns over the years. As well as some interesting information as to the journey, we hope this will show that
Crowdfunding Secrets As with anything in life, if you want to build a successful crowdfunding campaign in Australia, an idea is not enough. Whilst the idea initiates the process, you need time, effort, finance and of course a little bit of help. People know about crowdfunding campaigns in Australia, and can probably tell you about
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Earlier last year, we spoke about equity crowdfunding finally becoming legal in Australia and allowing founders to receive funds by offering a stake in their ventures. Now looking at where things stand in 2018, we’re delighted to say that January has brought the issuing of seven licences by the corporate regulator ASIC (Australian Securities and
Crowdfunding with a Passion So, you’ve got an idea. Perhaps it’s a really good idea … Well, who knows? Quite possibly you’ve had such a brilliant brainwave that it will turn the world upside down! All you need now is some warm soft cash to somehow pull your idea out of your own personal dreamtime
Founders face many challenges as they aim to create a product or service that tackles market needs better than existing alternatives. They don’t possess the deep pockets of established firms. They lack reputation or brand equity when they speak to customers. Their agenda is split between multiple activities including product development, marketing, public relations and