April 21st, 2017
Ayah Norris of Indiegogo Canada Joins National Crowdfunding Association of Canada’s Ambassador Program
TORONTO, ON Dec 17, 2013 – The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) today announced that Ayah Norris, who leads Canada Marketing and Community for Indiegogo, has joined the Association’s Crowdfunding Ambassadors Program.
NCFA Canada Crowdfunding Ambassadors
Crowdfunding Ambassadors (CFAs) are leaders, educators, supporters and advocates of an inclusive and broad-based crowdfunding industry in communities across Canada. They are circles of influence and ‘go to resources’ for small businesses and investors to connect with, share and learn about crowdfunding via locally hosted events and initiatives. CFAs are specialists and plugged into an international network of shared resources, thought leadership, and industry professionals striving to cultivate and shape the future of crowdfunding in Canada and beyond.
Ayah Norris, Canada Marketing and Community, Indiegogo
Ayah Norris (Profile) leads Marketing and Community in Canada for Indiegogo, the world’s crowdfunding platform. Ayah helps lead crowdfunding growth in Canada through discovering and supporting campaigners, building partnerships, and engaging communities through events, workshops, and social media. Ayah is also Co-Creator of The INSIGHT Project, an award-winning, crowdfunded digital media platform sharing the stories of grassroots, creative game-changers.
A graduate of the Queen’s School of Business, Ayah led national initiatives in strategy and marketing for Canada’s largest restaurant company prior to making the leap into the creative world. When not traversing the country with Indiegogo, you’ll find her traversing the world discovering new cultures, cuisines, and stories. Ayah is based out of Toronto, Ontario.
"The creativity, enthusiasm and drive of our campaigners continues to amaze me. Crowdfunding is such a powerful tool to empower people to collaborate and bring groundbreaking ideas into the world. I'm thrilled to help drive the growth of crowdfunding in Canada, and empower more Canadians to fund what matters to them!" – Ayah Norris, Canada Marketing and Community, Indiegogo
Ayah is a tremendous asset to the Canadian rewards-based crowdfunding industry. She has travelled from coast-to-coast to connect with and help educate prospective campaigners on behalf of Indiegogo, one of the world’s leading crowdfunding brands. We are both excited and thankful to receive Ayah’s support as crowdfunding continues to ramp-up throughout Canada in 2014.” -- Craig Asano, Founder and Executive Director, NCFA Canada
Source: National Crowdfunding Association of Canada
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Indiegogo empowers people around the world to fund what matters to them. As the largest global crowdfunding platform, campaigns have launched from almost every country around the world with millions of dollars being distributed every week due to contributions made by the Indiegogo community. At its core, Indiegogo is the equal opportunity platform dedicated to democratizing the way people raise funds for any project – creative, entrepreneurial or cause-related. The company was launched in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Los Angeles and New York. For more information, visit www.indiegogo.com and follow us at www.twitter.com/indiegogoCA (Canada), www.twitter.com/indiegogo and www.facebook.com/indiegogo.
The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada crowdfunding hub providing education, advocacy and networking opportunities in the rapidly evolving crowdfunding industry. NCFA Canada is a community-based, membership-driven entity that was formed at the grass roots level to fill a national need in the market place. Join our growing network of industry stakeholders, fundraisers and investors. Increase your organization’s profile and gain access to a dynamic group of industry front runners. Learn more eBrochure | Prezi or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.