I’m happy with how our work on Miro is going. It’s continually becoming a more powerful application, and we have a strong voice in the fight for an open and democratic internet. We’re facing a tough problem though: we need more programmers to make Miro into the game changing application it has the potential to be.
We’re a small non-profit competing against companies like Joost, Vuze and Veoh that have tens of millions of dollars in venture capital and scores of programmers. We can’t raise enough money through foundations and donations to even come close to matching their firepower, much less hire the people we need to. Hence, this blog post. We’re looking for organizations and individuals interested in sponsoring Miro. We will expose the brand and message of our sponsors to our 350,000 users, who are typically tech savvy early adopter types, and we will thank our sponsors from the bottom of our hearts. Here’s a link to more information about sponsorship.
Would your company or organization benefit from exposure to our audience? Are you an individual capable of supporting us who’d like to get a message out? Can you think of someone you know who we should talk to?
If so, please shoot me an email at jessep [at] pculture.org