Calling all students and young entrepreneurs in Italy who are applying their skills in crowdsourcing, crowdfunding or the sharing economy:
You are invited to apply to Crowdsourcing Week’s Young Achievers Program, for the chance to attend CSW Summit Venice on March 5 & 6, 2015. The summit, a partnership between ZOOPPA and Crowdsourcing Week, will present two days of learning and networking with international leaders in the field of crowdsourcing and crowdfunding at Italy’s top digital incubator, H-Farm Ventures.
Through the Young Achievers Program, CSW seeks to recognize and nurture new talent and ideas in the crowd economy, while ensure that promising young achievers are able to attend CSW conferences and summits, no matter their financial ability. Space in the youth program for CSW Summit Venice is limited and selected participants will be notified on February 25, 2015.
You are eligible for the YAP program for CSW Summit Venice if:
- You must live, work, or study in Italy
- You can benefit from attending CSW Summit Venice, but can’t afford a pass – ie student, non-profit, or startup
- You’re taking new ideas to action in crowdsourcing, open innovation or crowdfunding, perhaps as a young professional, researcher, entrepreneur or policy maker.
- You believe in the social and economic impacts of the crowd economy and take the opportunity to engage with your community on the emerging trends.
Program participants receive complimentary Full Access Pass to CSW Summit Venice (March 5 & 6, 2015 at H-Farm Ventures), access to CSW’s network of top voices in the crowd economy, recognition at the conference, and continued membership in an exclusive community of global youth innovators.
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.
Sound like you? We want to highlight the work you’re doing in Italy. Please apply here:
Not located in Italy? Get notified of future Young Achievers Program call for applications for other global regions.