The three projects have already been selected which, thanks to the Elisava Crowdfunding Challenge 2019, will receive advice in the design, strategy, launch and follow-up phases of their respective crowdfunding campaigns.
In this first edition of the Elisava Crowdfunding Challenge, several attractive and innovative initiatives have been presented by Undergraduate, Master or Postgraduate students and by Bold members of Elisava Alumni.
The three chosen proposals are:
- Ludófono, by David Hernández: a hybrid instrument that combines strings, woodwind and percussion to find your instrumental identity
- Ticc, by Sergi Paez: an intermittent light that provides security to the users of the sustainable urban transport
- Khetu Khama, by Raquel Llaberia: a project that proposes the creation of a craft hub in the Linga Linga community in Mozambique
Congratulations to the selected projects!