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Update: Kiwi marketplace app hits crowdfunding target
Kiwi social marketplace app SellShed has hit its funding target of $250,000 in just four weeks via equity crowdfunding platform PledgeMe.
App to help Kiwi youth turns to PledgeMe
Be Intent Youth, the online application that’s being dubbed as a ‘positive education, technology toolbox’, is launching a PledgeMe campaign today.
Kiwi ride sharing app seeks $200k crowdfunding
Chariot app users can set up rides with each other. These can be recurring, one-off short trips in the city, or long-haul intercity trips.
Update: Kiwi tech firm well on track to meet Crowdfunding target
“In fact, one of the first investors on PledgeMe was a San Francisco tech company that assists Kiwi start-ups to break into the US market."
19-year-old Kiwi attempts to raise 150K on PledgeMe
PledgeMe has hit another milestone, with the world’s youngest ever equity crowdfunder launching a campaign on the platform to sell shares.
NZ start-up turns to PledgeMe to raise $500,000
A Kiwi tech startup has jumped on the equity crowdfunding bandwaggon, and is hoping to raise $500,000 through PledgeMe to grow its app.
Crowdfunding: Putting the power of financing in your hands
Crowdfunding is the fastest growing method for artists, inventors, creators and entrepreneurs to fund a project.
Slice of Silicon Valley History coming to NZ with your help
What better way for an IT museum to raise money than by leveraging technology itself? Startup Techvana, which intends to become New Zealand’s first and likely only public repository of the techie stuff from yesteryear
Boost for Kiwi business as PledgeMe bags equity crowdfunding licence
"We are already New Zealand’s biggest project crowdfunding platform, helping almost 650 Kiwis raise over $2.5 million in the past two years."