NSW - Let's Talk Crowdfunding

Date 16 February, 2012
Start 6:00 pm
End 9:00 pm
Location

University of Sydney, 154 City Road (Tin Sheds Gallery), NSW, 2008 Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning building next to Seymour Threatre)

Duration 3hrs
Cost Free

Sydney, now it’s your turn.... Let’s Talk Crowdfunding!

After a successful Melbourne event in late 2011, Pozible now brings “Let’s Talk Crowdfunding!” to Sydney. This free event is for anyone who wants to learn more on crowdfunding for creative projects or simply for people interested in self funding through platforms like Pozible. Join us for a helpful, informative and passionate discussion on crowdfunding your dreams and ideas with like minded individuals.

The evening is aimed at giving anyone with an interest in crowdfunding invaluable advice, tips and tricks on how to bring your project to a successful funding conclusion. Listen to inspiring stories from musician Sam Buckingham, graphic novel creator Karen Beilharz from Kinds of Blue and poet Kate Toon on their crowdfunding journey whilst also meeting the creators of Pozible, hearing about their plans for 2012 and networking with other creative and socially innovative people just like you!

Project Creators (Past, Present or Future!), and those interested in crowdfunding their project are encouraged to attend an evening to maximise their project's advancement, and to network with other likeminded project creators.

Seats are limited, so please send your RSVP by Wednesday 15th February 2012. Beer, wine and refreshments are provided.

WHO: Featured speakers include Pozible co-founders Rick Chen and Alan Crabbe, and successful project creators Karen Beilharz and Sam Buckingham and Kate Toon

WHAT: Let's Talk Crowdfunding Sydney

WHEN: Thursday 16th February, 2012.

TIME: 6:00pm- 9:00pm

WHERE: University of Sydney, 154 City Road (Tin Sheds Gallery), NSW, 2008 Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning building next to Seymour Threatre)

RSVP: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER VIA EVENTBRITE by Wednesday 15th February 2012.

COST: FREE

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