Lucky Ant Helps Businesses Fund Initiatives Through Crowdsourcing

By: Harris Jay Rosenberg Alterman - Published: Jan 9, 2012 • References: luckyant & vimeo
Lucky Ant helps businesses fund new projects by having the community chip in to pay for them. Many small businesses need help funding new projects, but there just isn’t enough dough to get the job done. For example, the small doughnut shop that you go to every morning for your apple fritter fix is looking to build a new coffee making machine that will produce the world’s most delicious brew. The machine costs $1000 dollars to build, but the doughnut shop only has $500. That’s where you come in.

Lucky Ant lets anyone contribute to a business’ project, and there are sweet perks. If you donate $10 to the coffee making machine project, you might get five free coffees in return! Lucky Ant posts a new project in your area every week that needs funding, so be on the lookout to help businesses you love. Stats for Community Chip-In Projects Trending: Older & Average
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