Do you have an exciting idea or project up your sleeve and are planning a crowdfunding project for it?
Then, we may be the right platform for you. No other platform offers the combination of having such a wide reach and so much expertise with so many marketing tools.
Reach: Benefit from the reach of Ron Orp, the largest urban newsletter in Switzerland Marketing tools: 500 free project flyers, advertising material for downloading, special functions and more!
Know how: We'll tell you everything you need to know and give you help and advice.
Multilingual: Start your project in German, English and/or French
Crowdstore: Coming soon: Sell your crowdfunding goodies through our store
Sourcing: Coming soon: As well as funding, source talents, objects and locations for your project
You need professional marketing tools to successfully finance your project. No platform in the world offers you as many possibilities as Crowdify:...
Goodies are your reward for the financial support. They should make you want to support your project and often decide whether the boosters are finally on board. It is therefore worth investing a little more time here and offering the most attractive and creative goodies possible. Examples: unique experiences, personal invitations, homemade gifts, etc. The more exclusive, the better. Good to know:
There is the possibility to offer goodies limited in time as well as in number.
A planned delivery time is entered for each goodie.
As the shipping costs vary from country to country, the actual shipping costs can be entered country by country.
If items of clothing are offered as goodies, the boosters can also immediately select the desired size.
A maximum of 3 pictures per goodie is allowed.
Boosters can also boost without selecting a goodie.
Goodies with pictures are automatically transferred to our Crowd-Store .
Special case: In a social project...
It is not always easy to decide on a target sum. Actually 10'000 CHF would be enough to launch the project, but with 15'000 CHF you could make additional investments. In such cases, step-funding is a good choice.
Step-funding explained using an example: Johanna wants to open her own café. She has already found a suitable café. She needs CHF 20,000 to rent it for half a year and buy the minimal furnishings she needs. But for another CHF 6,000 she could also set up a great outdoor seat. And for a further CHF 3,000, a super cosy reading corner. But CHF 29,000 is quite a lot of money and she doesn't know if so many people are interested in it and will support it. Instead of risking everything (Remember: Crowdfunding = all-or-nothing principle), she decides for a step-funding.
She sets the first level (the first crowdfunding target) to CHF 20,000, the second level (the second crowdfunding target) to CHF 26,000 and the third and last level (the final crowdfunding target) to...