You have probably heard of Hooandja, its the Estonian crowd funding site which is kind of like Kickstarter but focuses on local cultural and artistic projects. I talk with Jelena from Hooandja about their platform, how they started and how crowd funding works in Estonia today. Do people still kinda feel like crowd funding your album, event, bake sale is begging? What sort of projects work best on the platform? Why do we need an Estonian Kickstarter anyway? (hint: its because they dont focus on funding gadgets, they are about local artistic and cultural events). What about Patreon type subscription models to support artists and creators? We have a nice chat and go over whats up with crowd funding in Estonia.
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