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Tag Archives: Buzzbnk
It has been a very busy past month for Buzzbnk – we have been very excited to visit so many social enterprise events in March and meet so many new faces, including in the South West (Plymouth, Totnes, Devon), East … Continue reading →
Press Release For immediate release: February 15 2012 Buzzbnk wins one of 15 investments from NESTA and the Cabinet Office Buzzbnk, an online crowd-funding platform supporting charities and social enterprises, has been awarded a £50,000 investment from the £10million Innovation … Continue reading →
In January 2011 Buzzbnk officially launched its website. One year and 26 successful projects later, we have helped ambitious individuals and organisations raise over £248,000. It’s been an epic twelve months. We had gather much information about crowdfunding before we … Continue reading →
With the latest update to our website on Saturday, June 25, Buzzbnk backers can now sign in via their Facebook accounts! We have also included new features to make it easier for project backers to spread the word about projects they … Continue reading →
We’re delighted by the recent influx of local community projects that have joined the Buzzbnk ranks, and none more so than Changing Lives in Cheshire – or CLiC as they are known for short. CLiC are a newly launched charity, and their purpose … Continue reading →
The inspirational founder of Sahara Botanicals, Stephanie Getson, is a 2011 Emerge Fellow at the Oxford-based Emerge Venture Lab and the latest entrepreneur to join the Buzzbnk community. Her mission is to create sustainable livelihoods in conflict-affected communities through the production … Continue reading →
Check out Tabu Flo’s brand new video and find out more about this amazing breakdance crew creating social change in Uganda. They need your help to fund a documentary and to get to London for the opportunity of a lifetime…