One of the things you quickly come to realize about college life is that it’s not abuzz with useful advice. A lot of things can suddenly transform that carefree life into a situation where the most precious thing to be found is good advice. Unfortunately, what often passes for helpful advice when you are brooding over a bad grade, an unexpected breakup or the sudden realization that you have no interest at all in pursuing a career you’ve been preparing for three and a half years comes down to the most glib, meaningless and unhelpful counsel possible.
Looking at raising money for a start-up or any new tech is, to put it mildly, hair-raising. There are so many options such as bootstrapping, angel investors, VCs or begging friends and family. There is also another way called crowdfunding, and this is how you can raise money in a fairly low risk way. So, let’s explore how you can raise money for that new tech while you’re still in university.
The key to any successful crowdfunding campaign is having a project that reverberates with your intended audience. We’ve got five ways to improve your tactics for your crowdfunding campaign and, let’s face it, that’s a great goal. Let’s get started.
One of the things that many students in university have to deal with is overcoming a disability to use technology. Many students who make it to university do not at first realize the special accommodations for which they may have to ask. It is important to think about such things and prepare for the challenges that may come with being a student with disabilities who needs to use technology.