Uncasual Games has a Neolithic era indie RTS game currently in the works, which takes gamers back in time to build civilization in unconventional ways. This very game goes by the name of Ancient Cities, which has passed its crowd funded goal and has received a new screenshot. Read more below.
On June 20th 2017 European creatives and cultural organisations, crowdfunding platforms, researchers, start-ups, investors, and policy makers met in Brussels as part of the 1st European Conference on crowdfunding for culture called "More than Funding".
People are divided about crowdfunding. While many investors and businesses see it as invaluable, it often comes with a number of caveats which shouldn’t be ignored.
The European Innovation Council will experiment with new forms of funding, including grant-loan combinations and crowdfunding, when it begins life soon in a preliminary, pilot version.
A draft plan, dated from March but subject to change, gives an early view of European Commission thinking about a new body that has been the subject of much debate and anticipation amongst research lobbyists in Brussels over the past two years.
Stefano Caccavari is a young Italian from Calabria who achieved a world record: he collected five
A report by Dutch crowdfunding agency Douw & Koren is reporting that crowdfunding is once again on the rise in the Netherlands. Following a challenging 2016 during which sector growth stagnating, during the first 6 months of 2017 crowdfunding is seeing renewed momentum.
On June 20th 2017 European creatives and cultural organisations, crowdfunding platforms, researchers, start-ups, investors, and policy makers met in Brussels as part of the Crowdfunding4Culture pilot. After the welcoming speech of Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Tibor Navracsics, the event explored the current state of crowdfunding for culture and its role in lowering the barriers
A country’s control of corruption and quality of regulation are significant factors in the volume of crowd financing being carried out, but the type of legal system (civil or common law) has little effect, according to a new study at Cambridge Judge Business School based on more than 1,300 crowdsourcing platforms in 157 countries.
The world’s first museum for happiness will open in London after a successful crowdfunding campaign
As newsroom budgets have gotten tighter, reporting in war zones has often been one of the first things to go.