CrowdIt has listed more than 200 crowdfunding projects on its site with more being submitted daily. The projects submitted have come from a total of 37 states and countries that range from small to very large, with an average project size of around $50,000.
The CrowdIt community already has more than 1,800 registered users. Soon business professionals and mentors (called Suits) will soon be able to join the site as well. New collaboration, peer review, sharing and social network features are underway and will be added soon to foster greater interaction and ultimately, success for Dreamers.
CrowdIt announced that many of its projects are gaining momentum toward reaching their funding goals. Recently, the project entitled “Maddie: A book about a girl with no hair,” surpassed its goal with other projects also making strides toward reaching their funding objectives. “Dreamers” who submitted projects as part of the official CrowdIt “Launch Challenge” announced on June 4, have 30 days left to try and raise the most money in order to receive the $10,000 bonus payout CrowdIt is offering on August 18.
Unlike most crowdfunding sites, CrowdIts model provides much-needed support for success through mentoring, peer-review and third-party support services, while extending the crowdfunding experience to the professional community at large through an interactive and engaging social network.
“It is so gratifying to see these projects realize the promise of possible success,” said Jason Graf, co-founder and CEO of CrowdIt. “It is inspiring to help people take their goals to the next level as we enter an entire new generation and way of creating and building sustainable dreams. Through our community of peers and experts, along with our collaborative capabilities, they will have an even better chance to fully succeed.”