After a successful Kickstarter or Indiegogo campaign, there are quite a few long-term options for selling your product. If direct-to-consumer isn’t right for you, crowdfunders also see big returns from selling their product wholesale, or even working with distributors.
Amazon offers a few targeting options, but recently the platform introduced product targeting, a different way of telling Amazon who should see your ads. Below, you’ll find a quick intro to Amazon ads, along with a more in-depth look at how to use product targeting.
One problem we see often with wildly successful Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns is a lack of post-campaign growth; in fact, sometimes growth seems to grind to a halt once a campaign ends. While ecommerce options abound, and provide great avenues to sell more product, chances are high you’ll also need a way to continue raising capital in order to grow your business. Enter: equity crowdfunding.
We’ve learned a thing or two about what it takes to successfully run an ecommerce business, so we’ve compiled some of the questions we get asked most frequently into one place.
Entrepreneurs who want to keep successfully marketing their inventions must learn to communicate with their target audience in ways that audience is already communicating.
Our team is back in the office after another successful CES attendance! Between chatting with entrepreneurs at our booth, discovering innovative new startups in Eureka Park, and checking out the year’s top new technology from some of the world’s largest tech brands, we left feeling inspired to help build and launch 2019’s most inventive, technologically-advanced products.
The Enventys Partners team spent day four of CES checking out new fitness products, home goods and more.
The Enventys Partners team spent day three of CES exploring Eureka Park, checking out new sleep tech products and more.
The Enventys Partners team spent day two of CES visiting many of the marketplaces, checking out major brands’ new products.
The Enventys Partners team spent day one of CES checking out the up-and-coming companies and technologies in Eureka Park, and it certainly did not disappoint.