consolid8, the first Romanian crowdfunding platform based on rewards for social entrepreneurs and those in the creative industries, launched two new campaigns, “Socks without a pair” and “Detail of Secession – Timisoara”. Since the launch of the platform and until now, all registered projects have exceeded their funding objectives, one of them reaching a success rate of 169%.
The consolidated platform8 was created at the end of 2020 as a tool to cover a current funding gap and to help the cash flow of entrepreneurs who generate value in the community / for the community through their innovative ideas. In exchange for a reward that they can choose from the list specific to each project, supporters who join the causes promoted on the consolidated platform8 can contribute financially to the development of the projects on the platform.
“The first crowdfunding campaigns registered on the consolid8 platform showed us that any dream can be realized with the help of the community. We are very enthusiastic about each idea presented by social entrepreneurs and those in the creative industries and we work for each team to achieve funding objectives and move their projects to the next level of development. The latest projects << Socks without a pair >> and << Detail of the Timișoara Secession >> are bold ideas that deserve the attention of the supporters, especially because they have international development perspectives. ”, stated Raluca Preluca, co-founder consolid8.
The project Unmatched socks started from a real insight: all people have at least one pair of mismatched socks. The initiators of the project turned this reality into a colorful idea – the Șosetache family, where each member is unique and interchangeable.
All Peerless Socks are composed of 92% cotton, the highest percentage of cotton on the Romanian market, 5% polyamide and 3% elastane. If it contained 100% cotton, a sock would widen from the first wear and degrade very quickly, so polyamide and elastane are essential in compositions to ensure the strength and elasticity of the sock.
The project needs a financing amounting to 15,000 lei, with the help of which the team can purchase a printing / embroidery machine, in order to be able to introduce the personalized collection with the Șosetache family emojis.
album Detail Secession – Timisoara is an ornamental catalog meant to highlight the local architectural heritage. Secession architecture is part of the 1900 Movement, an international phenomenon that originated in the late nineteenth century and lasted until the first two decades of the twentieth century. This movement had different interpretations and names: in France it is called Art Nouveau or Le Modern Style, in Italy Liberty Styles, in Scotland Glasgow Style, in Germany Jugendstil, and in Austria and Hungary Secession.
Timișoara bears a strong imprint of the Hungarian Secession, with a rich concentration of 1900 architecture. , to restore them to their former beauty.
The album “Detail of Secession – Timișoara” will be translated into four languages: Romanian, Hungarian, German and English, in order to promote the Timișoara heritage both in the country and internationally.
People who want to register their business idea on the platform or want to support the projects that run funding campaigns, can do it online, following the steps in the applicant’s and supporter’s guide.
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