Indiegogo Announces All-new Indiegogo Zone

Posted: Dec 31 2013, 1:12am CST | by , in CES


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Indiegogo announces all-new Indiegogo Zone
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The world’s largest crowd funding platform, Indiegogo, has recently announced a dedicated exhibition space for the past and the current hardware campaigners within the Eureka Park at the upcoming 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which is to be held in the Las Vegas.

The Eureka Park is elected as the premier CES destination where all the retailers, the venture capitalists, the manufacturers, and also, the other key attendee groups are going to find some budding entrepreneurs, some fledgling startups and the home-grown innovation. The Indiegogo Zone is meant to highlight ten Indiegogo hardware campaigners, which will showcase their products and the sharing of their experiences about the raising funds on the platform to bring on their ideas to the life.

The director of design and technology at Indiegogo, Kate Drane, said that ‘as a platform specially dedicated to the empowerment of entrepreneurs in the technology to succeed in their hard work of crowd funding efforts, Indiegogo is really excited to be featuring their campaigners at the Eureka Park this year’.

The program is scheduled for January 7 to January 10 in the Las Vegas, the upcoming 2014 International CES is going to feature more than about 3,200 exhibitors who are going to unveil their latest consumer technology products and the services across the 15 different product categories.

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