Demohour.com shows off the videos of creative people and their projects as a way of attracting funding support. In return, the designer/director who launches the project gives products or opera tickets to donors based on the amount they give. Once the project has reached its funding target, demohour.com takes 10 percent.
Although demohour.com has yet to turn a profit and is riding on an investment of $500,000 from angel investors, He plans to make the first round of financing in the second half of the year.
The largest number of creative projects, 85, presented on demouhour.com are to do with design, the website says. Twenty-six are connected with film and 15 with music. He says this runs counter to his initial goal.