Planning and running a crowdfunding campaign.

I can save you time and money through a seven-stage benchmark assessment to check your relevant skills and resources and bring them to a good enough level before you start working on a crowdfunding campaign.

Crowdfunding looks simple enough – put some basic elements of your Business Plan online, tell an engaging story, add a short video, and ask people to donate or invest in you. It can get the funding you need without putting your family home up as collateral, trying to convince your bank to give you a loan or maxxing out some credit cards on a downhill slide in to expensive debt.

This simple idea, though, requires hard work to prepare, plan it and make it happen. Here are a few things to think about that need to be covered off.

Business Plan


How much funding?

Which crowdfund platform provider


Financial advice

Be available

Who will do your day job?

Can you afford to do it?

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