Yuliya Hudoshnyk

Yuliya Hudoshnyk

Yuliya Hudoshnyk

Yuliya is a journalist currently pursuing her Master degree in Global Studies in Denmark. She is interested in local initiatives that turn into global trends and the role of media in supporting the process. As a communications manager she has been cooperating with various NGOs and contributed to international trainings in creativity and entrepreneurship.

Articles by Yuliya Hudoshnyk

This Week in Crowdsourcing: News Roundup March 13

Spring is slowly but confidently stepping in and bringing us fresh & exciting developments in crowdsourcing. Dive into these latest global developments with us! Crowdsourcing policy in India Indian government has just launched an updated version of MyGov.in. Version 2.0 gives immense opportunities for residents to tap in and collaborate with the government. The platform contains opinion polls and surveys to complement field data collection. It is also an innovation for intra-government collaboration: co-writing papers between ministries goes digital! Read more here: Singapore: a brand new platform Congrats, start-ups in Southeast Asia! You have a new platform to seek angel and seed equity funding as well as venture debt. A first equity crowdfunding platform FundedHere has been launched in Singapore connecting investors with startups in the whole region. Touted...

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Your Stay with Airbnb for CSW Global 15 Could Get More Comfortable

Already planning your trip to Crowdsourcing Week Global (Singapore, 20-24 April) and wondering where to stay? Well, your options for accommodation just got a lot sweeter – and cheaper! Airbnb, the Official Accommodations Partner for CSW Global 2015, is providing you with an exclusive discount on unique accommodation in Singapore during the conference. Airbnb is a trustworthy marketplace that has been providing millions of travelers in 190 countries with exclusive experiences of sharing space and meeting local hosts. Airbnb is definitely the poster child for the sharing economy, so there is more! Jia Jih (JJ) Chai, the regional manager of Airbnb for SE Asia & India will lead one of the keynotes on the business expansion and potential of sharing economy in Asia titled, ‘How an Airbed Disrupted a Billion Dollar Industry’.  The disruption of billion dollar industries...

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Make Your Way to CSW Global 2015 With Digital Currency

Crowdsourcing Week Global 2015 (CSW Global 15) taking place in Singapore, April 20-24 will feature content on digital currency and its potential for transforming our economy. But, content aside, you can make your way to CSW Global 15 using Bitcoin.  We believe that words should be supported by actions. CSW events are not only a platform to engage in discussions and predictions on the new economy but also a means for actively exploring what’s at the leading edge. So there should be no surprises that CSW actively supports the early adopters of digital currencies by accepting Bitcoin for conference registration. For the second year in a row, we are encouraging attendees to register for a Full-access pass with Bitcoin. Digital currencies are expanding the way purchases are being made and gaining global momentum...

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Attend CSW Global 2015 in Singapore as a YAP Fellow: Applications Open

A life-changing opportunity: become a Young Achiever Program (YAP) Fellow. Are you a young thought leader in the crowd economy eager to make your impact? Do you want to participate in the Crowdsourcing Week Global 2015 conference in Singapore and kickstart your career? This is your chance! Apply now to attend CSW Global 2015 as a Young Achievers Program (YAP) fellow! We launched the Young Achievers Program (YAP) in autumn 2014 and since then we’ve had the pleasure of seeking and mentoring the brightest young minds worldwide through this unique program. YAP is all about opportunities – opportunities for young leaders to see, hear, learn from leading experts, connect and innovate together. The main goals of YAP are to give promising young professionals an opportunity to “rise and shine” in the field by attending a Crowdsourcing Week conference or summit, and on a larger...

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CSW Summit Venice: 2nd Round of Fellows Join the YAP Initiative

  More good news coming: we have selected a second round of YAP fellows to participate in CSW Venice Summit! These brilliant young minds will join the change makers of our YAP initiative and become a part of an aspiring community in the crowd economy. Let’s introduce you to the new members of our YAP family! The YAP program is a vital part of our work in CSW. We want  young leaders to meet, share knowledge and grow together. We’ve started CSW YAP program with CSW Europe in Copenhagen in the autumn of 2014 and it has since given young professionals (see here and here) a promising opportunity to learn about crowd economy applications and network  with leading practitioners at our events. Our first group  of YAP fellows for the upcoming CSW Summit...

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CSW Summit Venice: Italian Young Achievers in Crowdsourcing Announced

Drumroll please! We are pleased to announce the first round of successful YAP candidates who will join us at CSW Summit in Venice, March 5 & 6. The Young Achievers Program is a very special initiative that is dear to us at Crowdsourcing Week. After a very successful pilot at CSW Europe (here and here), we are now thrilled that the YAP program will be a part of all our events. The YAP program will release a call for a new members for each future Crowdsourcing Week conference, cumulating to form a growing community of extraordinary future leaders. We had a great response to the call for applications and here is the first group of bright minds from around Italy who are making their mark in crowdsourcing, open innovation and more!...

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This Week in Crowdsourcing: News Roundup February 20

It’s not easy to do a short news roundup, when the world is buzzing with records on crowdfunding and innovative ideas on crowdsourcing arising everyday. Yet, it’s the end of the week and it’s time to make a gist of what caught our eye this week in economics, politics and… time machine construction! Singapore opens the gates on securities-based crowdfunding Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) released a consultation paper with proposals for securities-based crowdfunding. This news is a big highlight of the week with our global conference coming to Singapore this April. So we have one more hot topic to discuss on top of our already packed agenda! For now, if you work in the Asian market, don’t miss a chance to have your say by commenting on the MAS report by...

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A People-Powered Economy Says No to Conventional Barriers

  Clash of Civilizations. It has been in headlines for ages. Now we can observe a new global clash. A conservative vs. inventive mindset. Innovation vs. the comfortable old “business as usual.” The “usual” has been disrupted and won’t stay the same. Not in our collaborative era. In his recent blog post, Linear vs. Exponential, Peter Diamandis says we have a “revolution of sorts” and it is just a start of a breakthrough. This is the world where governments are losing control of what is happening around with research and innovation. Economic gap makes people restless and eager to change the current system. Building a new people-powered economy means more affordable housing, more responsible business and more collaboration on all levels. Corporations with rigid “sell-earn” approach are less and...

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Transpay: Moving Money in the Crowd Economy Just Got Easier

In another sign that the crowd economy has arrived – we are seeing the launch of a payment system that will replace antiquated banks and financial instruments that were a hindrance to the new economy and the future of work. Transpay is making it easier than ever for businesses to transfer funds worldwide in a matter of minutes. The company has just announced a cross-border payments service and the global launch of a new platform that makes sending low value funds efficient, simple and quick – hallelujah! Working in our interconnected age gives businesses a distinctive advantage to acquire worldwide talent and operate on a global level. Yet, when it comes to paying global freelancers, suppliers and developers, being interconnected does not necessarily mean fast and effortless payment transfer. Now a brand-new...

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This Week in Crowdsourcing: News Roundup February 6

The first week of February has come to an end and we are summing it up as always with a selection of latest news and developments in the collaborative economy. Crowdsourcing cybersecurity, e-governance, equity crowdfunding revolution and much more! Pioneering in E-governance Estonia shows potential to give the world a good lesson about innovation and collaboration. The country turns into a cyberstate by moving its government functions online and offering enticing opportunities for businesses. Anybody around the world can become Estonian e-resident and due to such move Estonia’s population is expected to grow exponentially. At least online.  ‘Techie Next Door’ Customers are willing to share tips and assist each other. And this is “the future of customer support”, as Vodafone Germany claims by changing its tech support policy. As...

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