Can crowdfunding bring positive change in the developing world?
Fieldcraft Studios are constantly testing new techniques for storytelling, raising money or awareness for our clients.
In 2012 we tested crowdfunding and raised £2million in eight months to fund a promising treatment for Neuroendocrine Tumour (NET).
The Financial Times called it, “The most successful medical crowdfunding campaign in web history.”
The Guardian newspaper called us to talk about our crowdfunding project and to discuss whether crowdfunding could fund International Development and positive change in the world.