Hold On!

Hold Up

Please select a minimum of three sectors in the menu above.

Got It
  • Crowdtilt lets groups collect money from their social networks
  • Crowdtilt lets groups collect money from their social networks
    Crowdtilt (2012) ©
CASE STUDY

Crowdtilt: helping groups fund anything

Organising a group activity can be awkward, especially when there's money involved. Crowdtilt aims to change this by letting groups collect money from their social networks.

Location Global

Scope
Organising a group activity is stressful, especially when there's money involved. Crowdtilt aims to change this by letting groups collect money from their social networks, hoping to use technology to make people's personal lives less awkward.

Splitting bills at restaurants, chasing late-payers for event tickets, keeping track of who's paid and who hasn't – the hassle of planning and organising often turns what's meant to be camaraderie into chaos. Crowdtilt wants to change this with a platform that lets friends and family easily 'group fund anything'. From 'outfitting the local baseball team' to 'renting Alcatraz ...

Canvas8