I.P.A (Indie partnership association) thread

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by metateen, Sep 20, 2015.

  1. metateen

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    Decided to make this thread as I've come to a massive realization on the indie situation, while the influx of indies is growing and more and more support falls drastically. Not only that but certain kickstarters begin to drop, steams influx, as well as google plays influx of indies who have such amazing talents come to a hard close...so I made this thread to bring in the attention of indies.

    I know there is more or less an indie composer, indie business company specifically built on another foundation, as well as some small time indie reviewers who want to get their name out. Of course sometimes you need a partner and if that doesn't work out at least you tried and so I came to the conclusion of making this thread!

    Since business relationships can get rapidly sour. Things can get a lot warmer when knowing your associates! Weather they desire payment or not is something all on there own heads, as for you. That's something completely all of your own accord. Or if you want a long lasting partnership or certain deals. (I.E I pay your company to make a comic series for our company). Though If anyone is interested in joining this little association which currently is only available here. Maybe with enough support we can form an indie legion specifically former to unite all indie business' and or to show off massive indie support. Though this is completely up to you.... A current list of people who are in this business partnership are listed below:

    - Metateen/ ComixBlade

    Though there is of course, still in the beta phase. Main rule so far is to support one business with another. The only way we can make this work is to support one another. That's the only way to make the foundation of this work! There cannot be any slackers, we need to be united (Not as in one major corparation, though think of it as rebel groups, a lot may not be aligned but the common goal is simple, we need to send a message)
     
  2. metateen

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    bumpy,bump!
     
  3. God

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    Is there a skype group for this?
     
  4. Withvees

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    I would love to be apart of something like this! Not sure what I'd do, or if I'd do anything at all. I would just want to support this.
     
  5. metateen

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    So far there is only me though, if there is indeed more people out there who wish to join, I will make a skype group so it'll far easier for contact for each other.

    That would be very appreciated since this is a project soulfully based on the efforts of building up one another. I guess the only way to really support this as of the moment is to spread the word of it.
     
  6. metateen

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    I'll be hosting a skype group as well as the official Facebook page tonight for the official establishment of the I.P.A, so until then and if you're curious. Please do come by ask and let us press forward with this!
     

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