This workshop is for creatives, artists, activists, entrepreneurs, inventors, designers, lovers, and anyone who wants to make their idea, dream, or vision a reality.
Have a dream project that you want to get off the ground? Curious about crowdfunding but lack the experience to launch your campaign?
Join filmmaker & media activist Ian MacKenzie (Occupy Love, Sacred Economics) as he demystifies the world of crowdfunding and the specific strategies that will help you tap into the revolution. Ian has directly raised over $80K through crowdfunding and has consulted on many others projects, from $5K-$150K.
We'll outline a variety of the most popular platforms, including Kickstarter and Indiegogo, and how to choose the right one of you. Combined with real world examples from a variety of successful campaigns, this 3 hour workshop will leave you confident and ready to start building for your project now.
“Ian is a crowdfunding master. From his experience he knows what it takes to be successful, and, even more importantly, is adept at coaching others to find success in crowdfunding as well.” – Kate Drane, Entrepreneur Engagement Lead, Indiegogo
In this workshop you will learn:
You will walk away with your own strategic plan to launch your campaign and the confidence to know how & why crowdfunding works.
ABOUT IAN MACKENZIE
Ian MacKenzie is a media activist and filmmaker from Vancouver. He crowdfunded over $80K with director Velcrow Ripper for the upcoming film Occupy Love. He is also the director of One Week Job, and more recently Sacred Economics. Ian now speaks and writes widely on crowdfunding, and has consulted on a variety of successful campaigns.
Ian MacKenzie is a filmmaker & media activist based in Vancouver, BC. He has a background in video journalism, short films, and documentaries, with his work appearing in The New York Times, National Geographic TV, CBC Documentary, The Globe and Mail, Adbusters, and festivals around the world.
He co-produced Velcrow Ripper’s feature documentary Occupy Love (2013). Sacred Economics (2012) is one of his most popular web films, in collaboration with author Charles Eisenstein. Ian’s previous short The Revolution Is Love (2011) was named one of the top 10 Occupy films to watch 2011.