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Weekly Wrap-Up: Top Kickstarter Campaigns

Weekly Wrap-Up: Top Kickstarter Campaigns

Serendipit Consulting wraps up the week with the top Kickstarter Campaigns that were recently funded.

What is Kickstarter, you ask? Kickstarter is an innovative funding platform for creative geniuses to post their new ideas and set a goal for the amount of money they are hoping to make. Followers then pledge to give whatever amount of money they desire and if the idea reaches the funding goal, pledges will be charged the amount that they promised. There are many great ideas being published on Kickstarter everyday and this week we are wraping up the top campaigns.

Flipbook Kit: Flipbooks entered our hearts when we were young and are now returning in an innovative way. The Flipbook Kit enables users to create their own mechanical flipbooks and customize their own story.

Home Aquaponics Kit: Are you a produce savvy shopper? This Home Aquaponics Kit allows you to grow fresh produce in the comfort of your home. It uses the technology from a fish tank to enable plants to grow on their own.

Professional 3D Printer: 3D printing hit the marketing scene in 2012 with a bang and is forecasted to continue to be a huge success. This is the first low-cost 3D printer to hit the market and perfect for small businesses in that industry.

Instacube: This snazzy little device wirelessly feeds your favorite instagram images with a digital photo frame effect. The look is extremely attractive and very current with today’s social media trends. 

Are you looking to start your own Kickstarter campaign and don’t know where to start, or how to market? You have come to the right place! Contact Serendipit Consulting today for all of your Kickstarter needs.

 

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