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Music startup GiggedIn tunes in to VentureCrowd for part of its $1 million cap raise
Online subscription platform GiggedIn is transforming how live music and entertainment is consumed by making it more affordable, easier and accessible for Australians, particularly millennials, who love the nightlife.
This VC fund has $500,000 worth of seed funding for up to six creative...
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has revealed its initiative to invest $500,000 in five to six seed-stage creative start-ups from around Australia
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Crowdsourced live music startup GiggedIn announces $500k seed round funding
Australian crowdsourced live music startup GiggedIn today announced it had closed a $500,000 funding round to prepare for global growth and service brand marketers seeking to reach a youth audience.
Meet GiggedIn, Anthill 2013 Cool Company Awards FINALIST [Online Business Category]
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Is there anything that can’t be crowdsourced? Live concert venues join the crowdsourcing trend
Just what can you crowdsource? Ask Kingdom Sounds, the promoters of The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus’ tour of Australia, and its ticketing partner GiggedIn. In what might be the most innovative use of the technique, the promoters are giving rock fans an opportunity to vote for their most favoured cities for the live concerts.
GiggedIn (NSW) – 2013 Anthill SMART 100
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GiggedIn (SMART 100)
Whenever any music event is booked, there's always that massive risk of people not turning up. This sucks for artists because it means they have to play in front of a weak crowd, while promoters and venues make a huge loss on the night. GiggedIn was born when a couple of guys realised there was a better way.