Raise Money for Your
So you need money for your fashion startup?
That’s pretty much where we all start out.
That’s right – customers first, money second, production third.
Sounds pretty nice, right?
Definitely better than starting a business based on a hunch
that people might buy what you’re making.
Well, thanks to crowdfunding — specifically pre-selling — there is now a way
to get your fashion brand off the ground without risking your own money.
The only real risk is not knowing how to launch a successful crowdfunding
campaign in the first place. And that’s where I come in.
I’m Shannon Lohr and in 2011, I co-founded the highest funded fashion project in Kickstarter history at the time. Our campaign video went viral, we were featured by The Wall Street Journal, Forbes.com, Yahoo! News and other big press, and we more than tripled our Kickstarter goal.
Since then, I’ve helped companies all over the world surpass their crowdfunding campaign goals, in some cases by as much as 300 percent, attract their first customers and go into production for their fashion brands.
Taking you through a strategy that has proven, time and time again, to create successful crowdfunding campaigns, The Crowdfunding Factory is an online course specifically designed for fashion and apparel brands.
Creating a fully-funded campaign takes advanced preparation and planning, but you don’t have to do it blindly. Enrollment into The Crowdfunding Factory is now open.
Join the program for a one-time investment of $497 $197 and benefit from lifetime access to the course.
So what will it be?
If you’re serious about raising money for your clothing brand, getting in front of thousands of potential customers and launching your company or a new collection, then you won’t regret investing the time and money to do it right.
This isn’t another generic “How to Create a Crowdfunding Campaign” course, this is a program specifically catered to people like you, who want to launch fashion and apparel brands.
In less than a year it could be you, telling people how much money you raised on Kickstarter, while you ship out orders to your customers and start sketching designs for your next collection.
Believe that it can be you – and it will be.
Shannon Lohr and The Crowdfunding Factory are in no way affiliated with Kickstarter. I do not receive a commission or any financial backing from endorsing Kickstarter and all opinions and strategies are my own.