Three years ago Nesta published research which aimed to profile and explore crowdfunding platforms. We also began to fund and support a group of crowdfunding platforms to grow their services. This took place at a time when the market for crowdfunding was just beginning to develop in the UK. Now, as we are preparing to run the largest ever crowdfunding study with Cambridge University, it seems like a great time to go back and take a look at how these pioneering platforms have grown and developed over the time….when crowdfunding went mainstream.
Alice Casey
Wednesday, 13 August 2014
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The electronic charity box's Volunteer Finance Director on the crucial role funding plays in getting a charity up and running.
Peter Nugent
Friday, 30 May 2014
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For over three decades Marina Abramovic has been exciting and provoking us with her unique forms of performance art. Whether that be taking pills to induce comatose state; flagellating herself with a cat of nine tails whip or inviting an audience to mark her body with 72 objects of different kinds, we can safely call Abramovic a creative force, an innovator consistently challenging and breaking through boundaries.
Helen Goulden
Wednesday, 4 December 2013
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What are we learning about scaling from the Innovation in Giving portfolio? It’s a huge question and one that elicits different answers from colleagues, but here are my thoughts to add to the pot based on the ventures I’m working with.
Amy Solder
Wednesday, 4 December 2013
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Meeting with Kieran Daly from FoodCycle I can almost scoop his energy up with a spoon, it’s that palpable. He is clearly talented and has a passion for FoodCycle’s mission to connect unwanted food, spare kitchen space and volunteers to create tasty meals for people in food poverty.
Helen Goulden
Wednesday, 4 December 2013
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