by: Paul Higgins

This week on the Everyone Funding Startups podcast we spoke to Tim Wright, Director and Co-Founder of Twintangibles. Twintangibles is the organizer behind the Crowdfuture conference in Rome on October 27th 2012.

Tim has worked as a consultant, practitioner and senior manager with a number of global  commercial organisations including Egon Zehnder International and McKinsey & Co. For five years he was part of the executive management team of ITI Scotland – a £500M innovation programme based around a highly collaborative open innovation model.

Crowdfuture is the first conference in Italy dedicated entirely to crowdfunding. With national and international speakers, including GrowVC’s global COO, Markus Lampinen speaking on Crowdfunding as an Asset, Crowdfuture will illustrate some of the best and most successful cases in the short history of crowdfunding, highlighting issues and challenges, dispelling some myths, and offering an insight into the future of this movement.

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  • 00:45 Where did the name Twintangibles come from?
  • 01:30 What kind of organisations do you help?
  • 02:34 When did you realise that crowdfunding would become important for your business?
  • 03:45 Could you give some examples of how Twintangibles gets involved in crowdfunding?
  • 04:44 What goes into a crowdfunding business audit?
  • 06:45 Are B2C companies likely to be more appropriate for crowdfunding than B2B?
  • 08:20 How should entrepreneurs use social media during a crowdfunding campaign?
  • 10:27 What do you hope to achieve with the Crowdfuture event in Rome?
  • 11:50 How would you assess the current state of crowdfunding in Italy?
  • 12:53 Who do you hope will attend the event?
  • 15:54 How can people find out more about the event and register to attend?
  • 16:25 How can you and Daniela be reached at Twintangibles?
  • 17:26 End

For full details about Crowdfuture in Rome on October 27th 2012 and for information on how to attend please visit www.crowdfuture.net.

For more information about Twintangibles you can get in touch with Tim Wright and Daniela Castrataro at www.twintangibles.co.uk or on Twitter @twintangibles.

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Paul Higgins COO of Crowd Valley. Experienced with early stage companies, expertise in b2b software business and sales in Europe, North America, and South America. Paul has 5 years’ experience working as an advisor and consultant to startups as part of Rapid Innovation Group, a specialist advisory firm on strategy and business development for technology startups worldwide, based in London. In that time he has worked with two startups that achieved 8-figure exits; he has been a regular blogger on entrepreneurship and innovation; and he has contributed to numerous business and technology publications in the UK and the US as an expert on growth-stage strategy, marketing, pricing, and business development. Previously Paul worked in technology and marketing roles at eBay, IBM, UBS, and Barclays. He has lived and worked in Portugal and speaks fluent French and Portuguese. Follow Paul on Google+ and Twitter.

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