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December 13, 2017

Plantoost launches First Kickstarter Campaign


Plantoost launches First Kickstarter Campaign

Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, the Project Will Bring a One-time Exclusive Course to Aspiring Web Development Students!

August 12, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – For all those who want to start investing in their future, an all-new and inspiring online learning platform is coming in the form of an educative web app. The new platform will have workshops and courses that teach beginners from new programming techniques to solving a real-world problem.

There are several great features and benefits of this new platform that will ultimately give birth to many inspiring professionals or startups in many industries. Moreover, a lot of determined and aspiring instructors with a set of skills can use this platform to make their mark and share their expertise.

The creators of this remarkable education platform are now seeking community support on the crowdfunding platform of Kickstarter and they are welcoming everyone to make generous contributions to this project which will further prepare the company’s major launch.

As part of a pre-launch exclusive, the campaign offers a lifetime access to a special course that teaches backers how the founder of Plantoost created his web application. In addition, backers will automatically be part of a Plantoost pre-launch insider program where insiders are entitled to special deals.

You can find more about their Kickstarter campaign at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/1918703657/learn-how-to-build-an-advanced-online-education-pl and supporters from around the world can contribute in this project by making pledges that can range from $5 to $2000 or more with each pledge offering a great Kickstarter-only reward. 

This project has been started to offer an exclusive look into some aspect of Plantoost’s engineering while enabling budding entrepreneurs to learn the basics and advanced methods of coding, programming and create new techniques to develop applications. The creators are now raising funds via Kickstarter and they are welcoming any form of support.

 

Source: PR

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