Wishberry brought crowdfunding to India to empower creativity in 2013
Since then, Indians have funded creativeprojects in a big way
In 2015, creative projects raised the most on Wishberry, making us market leaders
And who made all of this happen?
Patrons of creativity from all over the world
Guess what?They pledged $115 (Rs. 7800) on average
PS: the global average is $70!
We enabled indie film lovers to back Indian independent cinema
They funded Punyakoti - India's first sanskrit animated film
from 282 backers
Talent powerhouses came together to make Mantra - a film about India Shining
from 67 backers
Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyun Aata Hai, an old cult classic, was brought back to life
from 79 backers
In 2015, we helped creativity go big, go bold, and go to the next level
People gave queer artists a voice and a canvas, through the Gaysi Zine - Queer Graphic Anthology
from 79 backers
IGNITE! A contemporary dance festival got bigger than before
from 102 backers
People supported a public art project to raise their voice against sex trafficking
from 103 backers
Theatre lovers helped Thespo raise the barfor youth theatre in India
from 100 backers
People sent an acoustic guitar duo from Mumbai to be a part of the Jazzahead music festival in Germany!
from 61 backers
Fans helped make an animated music video for a Sufi-trance song by Kavita & Kanishk Seth!
from 191 backers
The handcrafted fabrics of Vidharba farmers went to Bangalore Fashion Week
from 55 backers
But wait. We even brought some UNBELIEVABLE apps to life!
A 22 year old made Loveability - the world's first match making app for the differently abled
from 143 backers
And then there was PuppyLove - a Tinder for puppies! (No, we're not making this up)
from 101 backers
In 2015, our crowdfunding experts went all out in helping creative artists realise their dream projects!
Of creative projects raised their goals on Wishberry! (No wonder)
PS: Indiegogo's success rate is only 10%
In 2015, the world recognized creativity funded on Wishberry
Kothanodi - a film on the dark folk tales of Assam
Official selection atLondon & BusanFilm Festivals
For The Love Of A Man - a documentary film on the fans of the superstar Rajinikant
Official selection atthe prestigious VeniceFilm Festival
Goonga Pehelwan - a documentary film on a deaf wrestler from Haryana
The National Awardfor Best FirstNon-Feature Film
2015 was a great year for Indian creativity! We can't wait to do greater things in 2016!