Early last year, I wrote that, after a long inception period since its invention in 2007, crowdsourcing would “cross the chasm” and would become mainstream in 2013. This could have sounded like a self-fulfilling prophecy, but it turns out that 2013 will have been indeed a turnkey year for crowdsourcing. Just have a look at the sheer volume of new projects in this crowdsourcing timeline if you are not convinced. The year 2013 was the year where crowdsourcing came of age and proved it was here to last. What’s next? I see 5 key trends for this New Year 2014.Read More
François Pétavy, CEO of eYeka, has been focusing on the convergence between technology, marketing and content for more than 13 years. Before joining eYeka in early 2008, he was a Director at eBay, in charge of developing the French marketplace as a new areas of business. François’ past positions also include being a Producer at Ubi Soft (a video game publisher), and VP Project Management for AGENCY.COM:Paris (a digital agency). François Pétavy graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and Telecom ParisTech, and holds an MBA from INSEAD.