A Boston-based neurotech company wrapped a successful crowdfunding campaign this month, with Springfield’s Double Jump Media assisting behind the scenes.
Double Jump Media produced the video used in the IndieGogo campaign for Neurable Inc.'s first product, Enten, according to a news release. The crowdfunding campaign that ended June 27 raised nearly $225,000 with more than 1,000 backers.
The Enten smart headphones product measures brainwaves to help users focus and increase productivity, according to its IndieGogo page.
Neurable and Brooklyn, New York-based crowdfunding consultant Russell Marketing approached Double Jump to create the video earlier this year. It was produced locally.
“When Neurable and Russell approached us, it was apparent that what they were launching was something exceptional," said Ben Clayton, founder and CEO of Double Jump Media, in the release. "We feel honored to be a part of bringing this life-changing tech to people’s attention."
The Enten campaign exceeded its initial goal on its first day. The campaign beat its goal by 900%.
It’s not the first time a Double Jump Media production helped a successful crowdfunding campaign.
Founded in 2014, Double Jump Media last year produced a video for medical device developer Thermbot Inc.'s Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign that raised more than $300,000, beating its goal by 1,500%, according to past reporting.
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