Crowd Funding Pays (CFP), a division of Conservaco, LLC, launched a new crowdfunding platform today with integrated campaign development resources to significantly improve the prospects of campaigners reaching their funding goals.
Free to launch a campaign, CrowdFundingPays.com is the newest generation of global crowdfunding platforms, created with powerful market differentiators. Get started with Fixed or Flexible rewards based funding paths at competitive platform fees. Do-it-Yourself with affordable curriculum offered through LearnCFP.com or choose IgniteCFP.com to build part or all of your campaign. IgniteCFP.com will design, develop, load, launch and manage your campaign from start to finish.
Conservaco founder and CEO, Mark Thimmig stated,”Placing the highest priority on campaign funding goal achievement, we plan to become the Gold Standard amongst crowdfunding platforms. With our information, education and integrated crowdfunding focused marketing and PR agency; we give campaigners all the tools they need to create the very best campaigns and reach their funding goals. For us, it’s about funding hopes and dreams.”
The global crowdfunding economy has more than tripled in the last three years. In 2011, $1.5 B was raised, $2.7B in 2012, and $5.1B in 2013, as reported in the October 17, 2013, World Bank report, “Crowdfunding’s Potential for the Developing World”. Our audience realizes that crowdfunding is not so much generational as it is cultural; it’s much more about contributing to people and ideas that will shape the future.
Thimmig noted, “Crowdfunding is the new paradigm of small business and social funding. People around the world need start-up funding for small business and social good. They quite often do not qualify for Angel, VC, or traditional bank financing. Crowdfunding pays.com gives everyone a place to be heard along with a simple process to receive funding. Bringing the family, friends and followers heighten the prospects of success. It’s also a great place to get validation from independent, objective consumers.”