Type of site
Crowd Supply is a crowdfunding platform based in Portland, Oregon. The platform has claimed "over twice the success rate of Kickstarter and Indiegogo", and partners with creators who utilize the service, providing mentorship resembling a business incubator.
Some see Crowd Supply's close management of projects as the solution to the fulfillment failure rate on other crowdfunding platforms. The site also serves as an online store for the inventories of successful campaigns.
Endorsement by Free Software Foundation
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