Hopeful entrepreneurs in the two countries can begin building their projects right away, but the site won’t go live for contributions until November 13. Projects from the two countries will be mixed in with those from existing markets; in other words: there will be no separate country-based site.
So. Much. Tech.
Some of the biggest names in tech are coming to TNW Conference in Amsterdam this May.
Kickstarter hasn’t revealed its plans for the rest of Asia-Pacific but, as we noted in August, these new country openings could provide an alternative for Asia-based entrepreneurs.
➤ Kickstarter in Australia & New Zealand [Kickstarter Blog]
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