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On March 12, 2019, a selection of festivals and events will present their newest projects and editions! Tickets and other perks will be available for pre-orders on their crowdfunding campaign. An opportunity to give life to local cultural initiatives! Come celebrate Toronto's vibrant cultural scene and apply if you'd like to collect funds for your festival or event!

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Each month, Ulule puts the spotlight on projects creators who need to fund their campaigns with our Pitch Pitch nights in various cities around the world! Participate in this Pitch Pitch if you seek fundings and exposure for a festival, a fair or an event! Participants will receive:

  • Specialized coaching to prepare your crowdfunding campaign
  • A workshop to help you create your Ulule page and launch strategy
  • The opportunity to pitch your project in front of a crowd during a fun-filled night dedicated to Toronto's cultural scene
  • The chance to promote your project to the crowd at the event in a dedicated booth
  • Exposure on our dedicated event page during the Pitch Pitch night
  • The possibility to win extra grants

This month’s theme is Festivals! All organizations and individuals seeking funds to organize a festival or a cultural event are encouraged to apply.
The deadline to launch your project is: March 12, 2019

Before the Pitch Pitch kicks off, Jerrold McGrath, Ulule Captain for Toronto will be offering a mini-workshop on how to share an idea. We often think we know what an idea is, but we often neglect key elements that our listeners definitely want to hear. You'll learn how to talk about the problem you are trying to solve, the insight you bring to it, the capabilities that uniquely equip you to act on that insight and a clear way of talking about what you'll do next.

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Prizes

  • Ulule Jury pick

    The jury will choose one campaign to win $250!

  • Social star

    250$ will go to the Ulule campaign that wins Ulule's contest on Facebook

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FAQ

  • Why should I crowdfund?

    Makers, entrepreneurs and project makers of all sorts use crowdfunding to pre-sell items or to fund their development ambitions (fair costs, purchasing new equipment, storefront launch, etc). Crowdfunding can be for everyone: the project details don’t matter, as long as you’ve got a creative idea or initiative! Our platform allows you to discover and support original, creative and community-minded projects. Projects are funded only if they reach (or surpass!) their objective.
  • Why take part of this operation?

    It’s simple, Ulule will support, coach and accompany you across the creation of your crowdfunding campaign. We’ll then give you some extra visibility and invite you to pitch your project. Why wouldn’t you participate?
  • Why would I take time to launch a campaign on Ulule?

    For various reasons! Because you want to develop your existing community, to create a marketing boost or to collect funds for a specific project. An Ulule campaign can channel a creators existing efforts in an efficient and smart way.
  • I’m afraid this might be a little bit complicated...

    Ulule’s strength is that we coach and support all projects creators throughout the whole process. Don’t worry, you’re never alone.
  • Questions?

    Get in touch with the Pitch Pitch Captain:
    Jerrold

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What is crowdfunding?

Simply put, crowdfunding is the process of collecting funds online in an innovative and fun way. Any creative type of project can work! Whether it’s pre-selling physical products, launching a new company, festival, film or community initiative, Ulule is THE best option to get your idea out into the world and most importantly get the funds to execute it!

About Ulule

Ulule is one of the leading crowdfunding platforms in the world, with over 25,000 projects funded. We provide a unique winning combination for project creators: exclusive and expert coaching, proactive local involvement, and most importantly visibility across an immense group of contributors across the world. This accumulates to an overall 65% project success rate, twice as high as Kickstarter, Indiegogo or any other platforms. You can call us a “no-brainer” when it comes to crowdfunding :)