Fund4Crowd unveiled in Zimbabwe

Fund4Crowd unveiled in Zimbabwe
Published: 27 November 2014 (1931 Views)
Hello Technology Editor,

Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Conrade, startup owner of Fund4Crowd. I have been reading and hearing of Zimbabweans looking for help from the crowd. After noting the problems Zimbabweans face in fundraising, I decided to work on this startup, just to ease the fundraising process.

Fund4Crowd is Zimbabwe's first online fundraising platform. A crowd funding platform in the likes of Kickstarter, Gofundme & Indiegogo.

You can fund your causes, dreams, startups & projects online. Donations can be made using all the too popular payment gateways; paypal, mastercard, visa, ecocash, telecash and zimswitch. Once your campaign is up, you can manage your updates, backers, etc.

There are social sharing tools, you can share your campaigns to your social networks or even get a widget which you can put on your website. Fund4Crowd uses advanced twitter algorithms whereby your campaign reaches the right audience on twitter.

It's free to start a campaign, a small platform fee is charged from the contributions at the end of the campaign. You can put as many campaigns as you wish. To start a campaign one simply logs on www.fund4crowd.com. I hope you will find it useful and helpful. So go ahead and share the news!

Thank you,

Conrade [Fund4Crowd]

- Conrade

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