Make 100 with Kickstarter in 2019
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You’re invited to launch a limited-edition project in January as part of Make 100.
In January 2017, over 470 creators launched projects as part of Kickstarter’s first year of Make 100, a creative initiative focused on limited editions of 100. Since then, we’ve seen creators take the idea in directions we never expected.
To kick off 2019, we invite you to join the Kickstarter community and launch a Make 100 project of your own. Whether you’re a curious first-timer or an experienced creator, there’s no time like a new year to take a creative risk, explore a new direction, and make good on your creative ambitions.
To date, over 780 creators have launched Make 100 projects—387 of them as their first-ever Kickstarter project—and over 80,967 backers have rallied to support to them. We’ve seen creators experiment with new disciplines and fulfill nascent creative passions. We’ve seen them branch out beyond their creative comfort zones.
The creators and backers who take part in Make 100 remind us that Kickstarter can be used to support creative projects of all shapes and sizes—not only large-scale ideas, but fun, silly ones, too. What an encouraging sentiment to have in mind as we round the corner to the start of a new year, a time of resolutions and personal goal-setting.
To take part in Make 100, launch a Kickstarter project between January 1 and January 31, featuring a limited-edition reward capped at 100 backers. As long as your project follows Kickstarter’s rules, the only limit is your imagination.
We’ll be celebrating Make 100 projects throughout January in our newsletters and on social media. Until then, stay tuned for advice and inspiration for those planning their projects along the way.
P.S. Did you launch your first-ever Kickstarter project as part of Make 100 in 2017 or 2018? We want to hear your story! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how the experience changed your year.
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