In this episode I am joined by three amazing guests for a roundtable style discussion about crowd-equity fundraising for indie films.
Our guests are: lawyer-turned film investor Michael Rekola, executive producer and actor Desiree Staples, and Ryan Pierce from WeFunder’s growth team.
This in depth discussion covers tactics for raising funds through crowd-equity platforms (like WeFunder), painting a very clear picture of what it takes to succeed with this strategy. Topics covered include: Ideal genres for crowd-equity, key variables investors care about, reaching a wide audience, business & legal setup, and much more.
This is Episode 171: How To Raise $300K+ For Your Indie Feature Using Crowd Equity
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Use this link to start a project for free, and save on any platform fundraising fees when you successfully raise: WeFunder Discount
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This is great, and inspiring. Your blog and podcast have just come to my attention recently, but I’m very impressed with your philosophy and openness. I don’t know where you find the time. But thanks for all you do!
Great podcast! A lot of great information on taking your film projects to the next level. Thank you!
So glad it was helpful, Eric!