• Industry: Art
  • Type: Donation
  • Min. investment: €1
  • Country: Germany

Startnext

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Startnext is the largest classic crowdfunding platform in German-speaking countries. Artists, creatives, inventors and social entrepreneurs have the opportunity to present their ideas and projects and finance them with the support of many people.

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