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How much detail do you want in a "Risks and Challenges"?

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by SteC » Sat Sep 16, 2017 9:50 pm

Risks and Challenges sections on Kickstarter vary from a 1-sentence "there will be challenges, we'll deal" to multiparagraph breakdowns of every foreseen challenge and preparations that have been made.

What's sort of R&C section do you think will get more backing on a project?
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by hyperstarter » Sun Sep 17, 2017 7:59 pm

One where there aren't many risks and challenges. Keep it short and to the point. I saw a long blurb one time which wrote about acts of god and if the campaign owner got a heart attack ;/
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by Skystar » Sat Oct 14, 2017 3:52 am

.Keep it general - it's just to let your backers know you intend to deliver. Here's some text we've used:

"Development of (our device) is smooth and on schedule. Only a completely unpredictable event such as the shortage of some key material could delay our production, and then only temporarily. This is one of the best-planned projects ever, and we are both confident of, and committed to, delivering a quality product on time.
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