Today, Sustainability Partnerships Launches Social Media CrowdFunding Cooperative with Live Radio, Chat, Jobs, Events & Road Shows with a Green Earth & Green Space Focus

Share Article consists of entire campaign teams to help projects get funded and is also a social media platform that combines live radio, mobile APPS, green funding programs, jobs, events, road shows and more. The goal is to help green projects get funded and reach 1 billion people.

Sustainability Partnerships and are free and consist of green projects and visionaries dedicated to help each other get funded and reach 1 billion people. The idea behind their collective efforts is to focus diverse communications specialties on one project at a time to increase the possibilities of bringing one project to fruition rather than focusing on twenty projects, thereby increasing the chance of failure.

The main reason for SustainabilityPartnerships’ approach is that most people are overwhelmed and do not understand the complexities of launching a comprehensive and successful crowdfunding campaign. Gary O. Shelton Consulting says, "Crowdfunding is the new normal for small business finance" and states publicly that there exists "five key factors for a successful crowdfunding campaign: develop a pre-campaign launch plan (3-6 months), build a social media crowd before launch, develop a project break-even (all-in) cost point, try to link to a non-profit cause, and familiarize the crowd with the plan."

Anyone can submit a project for crowdfunding and do it all alone. Yet CPSP is where green projects sign up for team support to reach 1 Billion people and get funded easier. While success rates for other sites are not publicly known, Kickstarter reportedly has a success rate of about 45 percent. Among crowdfunded projects, failures happen by large amounts and successes by small amounts. Successful campaigns only modestly exceed their goal -- about half receive 10 percent or less over their goal. In contrast, the average pledges to failed projects amount to only about 10 percent of their goal. Only 10 percent of failed campaigns reach 30 percent of their goal, and only 3 percent reach half of their goal. Interestingly, once a project crosses half of their goal, they have a 95 percent chance of success.

Cooperative Platform of Sustainability Partnerships brings together campaign teams with various niches in marketing and public relations to help project owners plan better and reach more people more effectively. The teams also help project owners by utilizing the various tools and resources within the social media crowdfunding cooperative such as live chat, live radio shows, diverse funding programs, road shows and like-minded events.

The office is in Los Angeles, California, while the campaign teams are international. They meet on Saturday mornings via conference calls. Once a project is funded, the team moves on to help fund the next project. All green projects and visionaries are invited and can participate by clicking here.

This year, the Cooperative Platform of Sustainability Partnerships will share a booth at Earth Day, Space Tech Expo, Sustainatopia with the honorable Professor Alan Tratner — who helped form EarthDay, a staff member of Environmental Quality Magazine, participated in the first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1972, who founded the Environmental Education Group with its historic and current core projects of Green2Gold, FD3 World Helping Projects, TechBrew events and “Cashing In on the Green Economy”, co-sponsor of the Clean Business Investment Summit and was a former professor of environment and energy — was honored by the highest recognition bestowed by the International Green Industry Hall of Fame for Lifetime Achievement, in two days of annual ceremonies at California State University-Fresno last Thursday and Friday.

Other participants include undefeated World Champion Benny “The Jet” Urquidez, film producer of “Stolen Path” Goldie Smitlener, Contagus: a sustainability smart phone GPS APP for discounts & fundraising, Randidesigns community eco-green community redevelopment, Joyce Banks’ bio-dynamic organic grown foods, David Brown’ free energy project, Abin and The PsychoBillies is dedicated to the research and development of worker owned cooperative economics in community development. Based on democratic economics, (one worker one vote), and environmentally safe business practices. Through art and music they promote solutions to the local and global problems including green and safe energy. The Rainbow Medicine Show has a long 27 year history including a media for peace event with Ralph Nader that helped to close the Maine Yankee Nuclear Power Plant with the Maine Greens in 1997

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