Update: Corporate Rebels Shift Into the Next Gear
In our previous blog post we shared with you the opportunities that lie ahead and the steps we are about to take to grasp them. We want to make the best possible use of the momentum we've build so far. It's like shifting to the next gear.
To enable us to shift gears and expand our activities, we need additional funding. Instead of going about this the 'traditional' way, we have been working on a way of funding that fits our unusual project.
Let's be clear, our primary aim is to raise money to expand our activities and create more impact. But besides just raising money, we have been looking for a way to get as much people as possible to actively back our mission. Therefore, we have chosen for a crowdfunding campaign. A crowdfunding campaign that caters to both individuals and organizations. And today, we proudly present it to you.
Our crowdfunding is listed on Indiegogo, the world's largest crowdfunding platform. With their platform, Indiegogo provides starting businesses a way to get their projects started or to the next stage. We believe it is the best platform for Corporate Rebels to move to the next stage. A lot more information on the why, how, and what of the campaign can be found through the link below. If you have any questions, remarks, or doubts on our campaign, don't hesitate to contact us.
But first, check out the entire campaign by clicking here, enjoy!
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