What Can Happen When Cities Embrace Open Innovation

Written by Briana Green

Oct 13, 2014

Crowd-centered innovation has gone from fad to essential. What was the tipping point? Hjörtur Smarason, ambassador for Innovation Embassy discusses what can happen when cities (and their citizens) embrace open innovation in the 10/09/14 Twitter #CrowdChat hosted by Crowdsourcing Week. Check out the recap below:

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Briana Green

Briana Green is the Marketing & Community Manager at Crowdsourcing Week.

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