file Trying to Start My Own Business

17 Mar 2012 02:23 #26031 by MalkavianPrank
Hello all!

I've started up a Kickstarter in hopes of starting my own business in the near future.

You can read about it here:

www.kickstarter.com/projects/1368322598/cheese-a-crowd

Any and all support would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Brandon "MalkavianPrank" Wiczen

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17 Mar 2012 07:06 #26036 by Juggernaut1981
I'm fairly distant from you... but best of wishes. Good luck in your venture. Healthier food for comparable prices is noble for community health as well as local economy and the livelihoods of those around you.

:bruj::CEL::POT::PRE::tha: Baron of Sydney, Australia, 418

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18 Mar 2012 05:01 #26103 by MalkavianPrank
Thanks for taking the time to respond. I see there's been a ton of views so at least people are, hopefully, looking at the link. With enough people adding support, it's really not all that crazy of an amount to try and get together.

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22 Mar 2012 16:48 #26451 by MalkavianPrank
I wanted to add some information to make sure everyone understands exactly how Kickstarter works. In a way, it is very similar to the Pledge/Fundraisers many of us did in school. In return for a pledge of X dollars, I agree to give you a certain backer reward. The "catch" is that unless the full amount of the project, in this case $20,000 is raised, no one is obligated to their donation. Meaning, if only $5000 is raised, no money exchanges hands at all. Furthermore, for those a bit concerned about what exactly happens to their money, Amazon handles all the transactions and holds the money until it gets transferred to the business account. I hope this clears up a few things.

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