Brainstorming Is A Crucial Part Of Crowdfunding Planning

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Crowdfunding projects are increasing from the time it started all because it has proven that it works. There have been numerous successful companies that owe its roots to social funding from the money they were able to raise up to start operations to the business tips and product feedback they received from backers and investors.

There are a lot of startups in various industries and fields who are getting bolder with their plans of pushing through with their ideas because they now have an alternative funding source. Traditional lenders still hold the bulk of the pie but social funding is carving and eating away with its own niche of the market.

But all these successes are because project initiators are putting out quality and timely products and services that people need. Before they even get to launch that campaign on any crowdfunding site, they need to carefully plan it out with their team to make sure that they are not just putting out a different version of an already existing product in the market and this is where brainstorming comes into the picture.

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Planning and development are important business processes that can help you put out one of a kind projects in the crowdfunding space. Brainstorming plays a crucial role at this stage of development and here are a few reasons why. 

  • It lets creativity flow. Brainstorming allows you to just let out ideas in the open and have other people or your team listen in. If you have already decided on a product, you can brainstorm and see how you can improve on an existing idea or look at other ways to present it to the public. Brainstorming allows the creative juices flowing in your mind to come out and you can weed out what you can use later on. 
  • There are no wrong answers. One of the best things about brainstorming is that there are no wrong answers. It takes everything in like a sponge and you just filter out what will work best for your business later on. But there are no wrong inputs when brainstorming because every idea and suggestion will be considered and taken in for processing. 
  • It gets everyone involved. Your team is one of the most important assets you will have in your journey to be successful in crowdfunding and you need to get them involved in the process. Brainstorming with your team also gets you on the same page with the direction and status of the project. This is very important so you can make decisions and move forward as a whole team. 
  • You troubleshoot ideas. It is better to troubleshoot ideas and see how they can fit into your business model rather than troubleshoot problems. It is less stressful and considered by some to be a happy problem. It beats finding a solution to a problem any day.

Your crowdfunding project can take off when you are able to get things organized before launching and brainstorming has a way of fleshing out ideas to make your approach better in different fronts whether in financial goals, product development and even how to market the campaign. It can tap into the creative side of every member of the team and make your ideas grow.


This article is written by the Crowdfunders Editorial Team. In Asia, Crowdfunders.Asia is a leading portal on providing news related to crowdfunding, start-up, property and business. It is operated by CoAssets is South East Asia’s first listed and largest real estate crowdfunding platform. If you have any Crowdfunding news or stories to share, please email [email protected]

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