Crowd-Funding Hacks - How Potato Pirates Became The Most Funded Game on Kickstarter from Singapore
Aditya Batura, Codomo
27 October 2018, 2pm
451 Joo Chiat Road, Level 3 Auditorium
Kickstarter is the go-to place for any budding creator, designer or inventor. The community is 15 million strong and still growing. Kickstarter has brought more than 150,000 projects to life, yet a staggering two-third of projects that are started on Kickstarter do not succeed in their funding attempts. In this talk, Aditya discusses his tips and tricks which allowed his project, Potato Pirates - a tabletop card game, to raise over a quarter million dollars on Kickstarter.
Although formally a computer science graduate, Aditya he prefers to describe himself as a growth hacker; developing efficient, effective and unorthodox marketing and product development strategies in order to achieve growth. Prior to founding Codomo, Aditya was developing software solutions and handling I.T. administration in the shipping and logistics industry. Aditya is now an Apple Certified trainer and an Adjunct Fellow for Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD).
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