Crowdsourcing Week, in partnership with the Digital Empowerment Foundation, is delighted to bring its first summit to India on September 10 in Bangalore. It will focus on crowdfunding and collaborative approaches that define a sharing economy and local and international speakers will share their thoughts and ideas on how crowdsourcing is reshaping industries and transforming organisations – not in the future but today. And it will be an invaluable opportunity for delegates to network and engage with decision makers, entrepreneurs and leading experts in crowdsourcing and crowdfunding.
It’s a ‘must-attend event’ for c-suite executives, government officials, entrepreneurs, start-ups and non-profit organizations alike who would like to harness open and collaborative solutions, and the event will take place at The Paul Bangalore. Tickets are available here.
After a scene-setting opening session titled “Global Pulse of Crowdsourcing and Birth of New Social Currencies” by Crowdsourcing Week‘s Founder and CEO Epi Ludvik Nekaj, the day’s busy schedule will include a series of high-octane presentations lasting no more than 20 minutes each, and three inspiring group panels sessions where industry leaders will interact live on stage.
The presentation speakers include Ranganath Thota, Founder and CEO of crowdfunding platform Fueladream, talking on “Crowdfunding for Ideas and Social Causes.” Ranga is an avid traveler and has worked with large brand firms and startups over the last 24 years in India and China. Later in the day he will also be a panelist in “Current Crowdfunding Landscape in India. What are the Challenges? What is the Potential?”
Amy Pritchard, Founder and CEO of Modsquad in USA, will speak on “The Future of Work in the World of Co-Creation.” ModSquad provides its clients with digital support for them to better engage with online customers and they work with over 10,000 independent contractors in more than 50 countries.
In a more public application of crowd economy methods and principles, Prasanth N, District Collector & District Magistrate in the Kozhikode District, Kerala, will speak on the topic of “Civic Crowdfunding and Citizen Participation.” He uses his Facebook page to bounce ideas off the general public and marshals local resources and passionate supporters to speedily resolve social and infrastructure issues.
These are just four samples of the day’s exciting and stimulating content. A full Agenda and tickets are available here. Don’t miss this opportunity to spend a day with the leaders from government and business sectors who are at the the forefront of India’s developing crowd economy.