GLA Crowdfunding Storyboard

GLA Crowdfunding Storyboard
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  • Marketing... Get some money from the GLA to fund your community project
  • crowdfundingplatform.org
  • We're excited to help your project but we have to look after tax payer's money, here is a video that explains how we do that
  • crowdfundingplatform.org
  • We'll now guide you through the processes of forming your organisation
  • Help us to trust you [Here's how...]
  • Adopt some official policies [Here are examples...]
  • Appoint your officers [Here's how...]
  • Digital Native Future Champion is inspired to apply for funding for a community project
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Chairperson
  • GLA website contains educational content describing why and how an organisation must be formed and managed and explaining the due diligence process
  • Step by step process begins to guide the champion through the application process
  • crowdfundingplatform.org
  • HELP US TO TRUST YOU! If your organisation is new and has no trading history for us to use as evidence then you can use your own information to prove your reputation
  • Help us to trust you [Here are some options]
  • Appoint your officers [Here's how...]
  • Let us see your personal credit score
  • Step 1: Identify the officers of the organisation
  • Digitally verify these identities (e.g. Yoti, which requires a passport and selfie)
  • Present the individuals with some options for different sources of information that we could use as a basis for trusting them
  • crowdfundingplatform.org
  • We'll now guide you through the processes of forming your organisation
  • Adopt some official policies [Here are examples...]
  • Let us check official records
  • Let us check your reputation online
  • Step 2: Individuals decide which sources of evidence that they are comfortable with and provide them. Firstly some formal evidence.
  • Individual are also able to provide informal evidence such as online reputation scores or personal endorsements
  • The team have now established their identities, roles and "trust-worthiness" they can now form their organisation
  • Appoint your officers [Here's how...]
  • Help us to trust you [Here's how...]
  • Adopt some official policies [Here are examples...]
  • STEP 1: ORGANISATION DETAILS
  • STEP 2: PROJECT DETAILS
  • The organisation is new but the people are trustworthy
  • The organisation is set up properly and the project is good
  • Approved!
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