Pozible is a crowdfunding platform and community-building tool for creative projects and ideas. It was developed to help people raise funds, realise their aspirations and make great things possible.
Our creative and social project creators collectively receive pledges of over $1,000,000 per month.
Pozible has hosted 5,865 projects to date and with a 56.2% success rate - we have the highest success rate out of all the top crowdfunding platforms globally.
How does it work?
Pozible provides the platform for project creators to present their ideas to a connected audience, worldwide. If people love what you’re creating, they can support it by pledging money.
In return, project creators offer rewards matched to the level of funding commitment.
Pozible can also be a gateway for discovering and supporting inspirational projects and thinkers directly. By becoming actively involved in bringing more attention to bold new ideas, art, products and the talented people who conceive them, project supporters become a vital part of a true creative community.
Who is the Pozible team?
Rick Chen and Alan Crabbe
Directors and Co-Founders
Rick and Alan met on a road-trip from Sydney to Noosa. They were soon collaborating on projects they both cared about, sharing a commitment to social entrepreneurialism. @alancrabbe @rickchenn
Partnerships and Marketing Manager
Matt oversees Pozible's many partnerships and knows what crowdfunding can do for your organisation. With a bachelor of commerce and behavioural science and a diploma in music under his belt, he also loves basketball, gritty TV and making cheesecakes. @Mattbenetti
After volunteering at SYN FM and Channel 31, Tash studied journlaism and kicked off her career as a member of the Prime News Team in regional VIC, NSW and ACT. She then moved to Melbourne and joined the dark side - PR. Tash is a whiz at organising events, loves good movies, bad TV and clumsy brindle staffies. @tash_duck
Mat is the brains behind Pozible's slick web design. Born and bred in Auckland, he studied advertising before entering the web design world in 2003. A self-confessed gaming and sports fanatic, Mat worked with several agencies before landing a design gig at Pozible. @matwiseman
Shu Shu Zheng
Project Advisor and Community Manager
Shu Shu has advised hundreds of Pozible crowdfunding campaigns and is passionate about community engagement. She studied Media and Communications and contemplated a career in film editing before working at Pozible. She enjoys writing recipes, watercolour painting and loves dogs. @choux_choux
Digital Project Manager
If you've run a Pozible campaign before, chances are Scott's seen them all. The head of Pozible's project support team, Scott studied Media and communications at RMIT and is currently working on his master of creative media. Scott loves music, Manchester United and has a weakness for burgers. @inttocsicated
Luke studied media and communications at University of Melbourne and found his calling in online media. He worked for various agencies for the last 6 years, including a stint working in Singapore for Google before joining the Pozible team. A foodie at heart, Luke is also a talented writer, likes electronic music and meditation (but not at the same time). @marshwah
Digital Advertising Co-ordinator
Lisy did her interniship at Defiant Development before joining Pozible's Digital Advertising team. A master of all trades, Lisy obtained her bachelor of PR and Creatives Industries from QUT. The Brisbane-born gamer also plays violin and sings for the band Epithets and has a passion for all things food-related. @lisyk
Overseeing the US leg of Pozible, Patrick manages all the US-based Pozible projects. Patrick studied Political Sciences at the University of Chicago, and founded and sold his first start up, Kip Solutions, before he was 22. A hard-core coffee connoisseur, Patrick has a degree in coffee preparation and has opened a coffee shop in his college dorm. @PatrickIp
As Pozible's Singapore manager, Adrianna oversees projects from all over SE Asia. An entrepreneur and community organizer at heart, Adrianna is passionate about using tech to explore the ways politics and communities intersect. Adrianna is also the co-founder of the Gyanada Foundation and Culture Kitchen. @skinnylatte
International Creative Media Co-Ordinator
Currently based in Santa Barbara, Joanna is a social butterfly with a flair for organising events and workshops. As well as managing Pozible's Tumblr and Pinterest, Joanna likes live music, food and travelling. @joannasleigh
The Pozible Story
A few years ago, Rick and Alan were working on another project when they met an artist with amazing talent. Like many such artists, she was frustrated by having to keep her art 'on the side'. The story resonated. They'd heard it many times before from friends and colleagues in a range of fields.
They asked themselves: could crowdsourcing be used to make funds available in a way specifically suited to the needs of creative people? Could they build a user-friendly tool allowing creators to secure pledges against offered rewards, thereby making resources available to creators during the critical production and development phases?
Driven by their own knowledge of startups and crowdsourcing for social enterprise and community development, they developed a model flexible enough for all kinds of endeavours, with few of the time and complexity issues of traditional funding models.
An agile funding platform for dynamic, inspired people. Pozible.