How to Reach 79.69% of Your Crowdfunding Goal in Just 10 Hours + Mass ShoutOut to My Crowdfunding Supporters

In this special episode of the Social Entrepreneurship Series, I give you advice on how to reach 79.69% of your crowdfunding goal in just 10 hours.

Plus, I give a mass shoutout to all my current crowdfunding supporters. Check out: http://pozible.com/socentseries

Why is this episode important for you?

The reason is because many social entrepreneurs and business people, as well as aspiring entrepreneurs especially, feel that they are held back from launching or starting up their venture because they feel that they lack funding.

Well, I give you advice today on how to raise a couple of hundred dollars – or if you want to go bigger, a couple thousand dollars – through crowdfunding.

It’s a new and innovative and technological way to raise funds for your project.

So, why am I in a position to give you advice?

Because I raised 79.69% of my crowdfunding goal in just 10 hours. Check out: http://pozible.com/socentseries

Yesterday I had $0 pledged and for the past 6 days, I had nothing pledged.

But all of a sudden, in just 10 hours, I was able to reach 79.69% of my goal, and I think that’s excting. I’m so excited about it that I want to share my tips and ideas. I’ve got 3 specific tips to help you reach your crowdfunding goal as fast as possible.

I’m just so excited because through crowdfunding, it just opens up a whole new array of possibilities in terms of launching ventures, social entrepreneurship ideas. It’s so exciting!

So stay tuned, and find out how I did that – How I reached close to 80% of my crowdfunding goal in just 10 hours.

Check out: http://pozible.com/socentseries

Mass ShoutOut to My Crowdfunding Supporters

Martin Sejas

Ryan Nguyen

Andy Malakul

Carlo Gebilagin

Nelisa Loreto

Alan Luong

Lindy Kanan

Trung Bui

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How to Win a Social Entrepreneurship Competition: Interview with Kevin Miller, Co-Founder of Pennies4Progress & Winner of UNC Social Business Competition

In today’s episode of the Social Entrepreneurship Series, we talk to Kevin Miller.

He’s the CIO and Co-Founder for Pennies4Progress.

He’s also one of the winners of the 2012 UNC Social Business Competition, where he was actually awarded by the Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Muhammad Yunus.

Why is this interview important to listen to?

It’s important because it can help you figure out how to win a social business or social entrepreneurship competition which can then help you get recognition, get funding, and can even help you network with some of the top social entrepreneurs in the world, like Muhammad Yunus.

So, listen in on this talk.

Kevin also shares some of his ideas about:

  • the risks of social entrepreneurship,
  • how to get funding
  • how he started
  • and also some advice for aspiring social entrepreneurs out there.

So stay tuned, and listen to our talk with Kevin Miller from the United States.

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3 People Who Inspired Me to Be an Entrepreneur – Ask Matt

In this episode of Ask Matt, we answer the question of: “Who inspires me to be an entrepreneur?”

And I give the answer of 3 people who have inspired me in my life to be an entrepreneur; and who inspire me to get involved and passionate about social entrepreneurship.

The question was actually asked by one of our audience members – one of the visitors to my site, Kevin from the USA.

So I think this will be really important for you because it will give you some insight of the type of people who have inspired me.

I even give some tips of how you can find entrepreneurs or people in your life and role models that can also inspire you to be an entrepreneur and get involved in social entrepreneurship.

Stay tuned as I answer this really interesting question!

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