WHAT.HOW.WHO - About Pozible

2nd May 2010 13:13pm

What is Pozible?

Pozible is a crowdfunding platform and community for creative projects and ideas. Developed for artists, musicians, filmmakers, journalists, designers, social change makers, entrepreneurs, inventors, event organisers, software developers and all creative minded people to raise funds, realise their aspirations and make great things possible.

How does Pozible work?

Pozible provides project creators with a platform to present their ideas to a worldwide audience. If anyone likes the idea, they can support it by pledging money to the creator's project. In return for support, the project creators will offer rewards depending on the level of funding; essentially differentiating itself from the normal funding process.

Who is the Pozible team?

The Pozible team is made up of four energetic, tech-savvy, eccentric team members, situated in both Sydney and Melbourne.

Whether you are a part-time photographer or an inspiring xylophone musician, Pozible is here for you.


Michael Kelly 09 July 2011

Question to Pozible team: I have an invention with global market appeal and I need financial help to optimise the design and build prototypes so that I can present the invention to potential licencees. I was surprised to read Rick Chen's answer to Charles Davis' question (you're not open for investing funding) because your profile states "Developed for" (among others), "designers, entrepreneurs and inventors." So would my requirement qualify or not?

Brigitta Yabsley 30 June 2011

I feel like a woman who has seen fire for the first time. This is probably the best idea I have seen in a long time. The mere possibility to be able to support artists directly whilst discovering all kinds of projects ‘out there’ is pure genius!

David McLennan 06 April 2011

Great simple idea,I do a lot of volenteer work in indigenous communities and I think this is fantastic.
Regards Dave

stephen radburn 03 April 2011

I think Crowdfunding is a fabulous idea, there must be thousands of struggling artist who cannot get their work off the ground for the lack of funding. I hope to support a number of ventures in the future and shall be bringing the site to the attention of a number of struggling artist that I know

Pozible 31 March 2011

Hi Cate,

Thanks for the comments, yes please help spread the word and let more people know about the crowdfunding solution.

cate collopy 29 March 2011

This is truly fabulous! Keep up the good work! I must raise awareness of your good deeds amongst the creative industries queensland.

cate collopy

cheesescone 21 December 2010

At least someone is thinking laterally in these times when capital is being cut & in short supply.
Lets hope the right people are watching.

Rick Chen Ambassador 30 November 2010

Hi Charles, thanks for your interests, FundBreak is set up to for the creative industry, we are not open for general businesses and investment funding.

Charles Davis 27 November 2010

I have the same thoughts as Sarah's posting; How is the funding paid out? Say I post my project and I do get people to support it with contributions. How or when do we get the funds in our pocket.

I am working on a start-up company for a new invention and technology for the Building Fire and Life Industry and need to raise funding to get it moving forward.

Rick Chen 02 June 2010

Hi Sarah, all project creators need to obtain an invitation code before they put up their project - that's how FundBreak do the quality control making sure they are genuine.

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