You probably know that current crowdfunding record holder Coolest Cooler failed at their first attempt. Before their second attempt they have studied their mistakes and fixed them. There are more examples like that all over the crowdfunding space. I guess not everyone learns from their mistakes though, as there are some people launching and relaunching their campaigns for second or third time changing nothing but goal level. Thinking that this was the only reason they have failed but reaching only 2%.
So I know we can learn the hard way by trying and failing. But is it possible for us to learn from the mistakes someone else made? This is the question we wish to address in our conference about failed crowdfunding campaigns: http://igg.me/at/fearandfail
We would really appreciate it if you could list it in the events!
– Crowdfunded conference about crowdfunding and learning from past mistakes
– 14.11.2014 in Murska Sobota, Slovenia (where four countries border each other) for the CEE (Central and Eastern Europe) region
– A web stream will be available for our Indiegogo supporters OR a full conference pass if they can join us personally
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