Posted by Jessie
Kaffelogic Personal Coffee Roasting System

  The secret of coffee is great beans, that have been roasted to perfection. But most beans don’t stay fresh long, which means getting freshly roasted beans to grind in your own home can be really difficult. But this is where Kaffelogic […]

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Posted by Jessie
The Lucy Foundation: Phase Two

Meet the Lucy Foundation, a social enterprise that empowers people with disabilities through inclusive and accessible business. Last year, the Lucy Foundation ran phase one of their Coffee Project with us, and raised over $24,000 to empower five coffee-farming families in […]

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Posted by anna
$2 mil in 2 days

ParrotDog made history two weeks ago, as the quickest equity campaign in New Zealand to hit the $2 million mark. How did they get there? It wasn’t luck. It was 5 years of growing their business and brand, five months […]

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Posted by Barry G
Confessions of a Crowdfunding Enthusiast

Our latest guest post comes from crowdfunding enthusiast, Adam Millen. Engineer by day, children’s author by night, he went from backing campaigns to running one of his own. He’s hooked and planning another campaign. You can find out more about […]

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Posted by Jessie
The Big Sing

This week’s Throwback Thursday hails from the golden age of June, 2012. Crooner Liz Kirkman wanted to travel to the UK and Italy to broaden her musical horizons, and she offered her pledgers everything from singing via Skype to a […]

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Posted by Jessie
Bountiful Burlesque

Fifi Colston’s drawings should never be hidden away. This wonderful writer, artist, and creator of Wearable Art ran her first PledgeMe campaign back in 2012 so that she could mount a series of sketches for an exhibition. The subject of […]

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Posted by Jessie
A New Take on the Undead

This week’s Throwback Thursday hails from April 2012! Amy and Patricia were working on a film called “A Party for Me” – a zombie-genre film with a twist. Despite the film’s ambitious shooting plans – involving a cat, a night […]

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Posted by Jessie
Safe Little World

This week’s Throwback Thursday is the amazing artist Andrew Killick (a.k.a. Safe Little World). Back in 2012, Andrew had been working on a piece of art for over ten years, but had never had his work exhibited. An opportunity came […]

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