A few weeks back I found myself stuck with a clichéd phrase in my head “The world is changing so very fast!” I was attending Crowdsourcing Week Singapore and was completely fascinated by the variety of presentations and diverse points of view on life, work and play that were being raised.
Here is a quick snapshot of what might become of our tomorrow, all thanks to the wisdom of the crowd:
Aaannd we have the winners of the Startup Challenge! We have four winners and they are all some great apps and with global representation from Greece, France, India/UK and Germany! The startups were picked on the basis of pitch, business model and crowdfunding potential.
Can citizens be empowered through crowdsourcing? Can we co-create our own constitution? Can we help our government to design better policy? Can we help industry and scientists solve some of the biggest problems in healthcare? Can we build better communities through cooperation?
It is finally here! The first global conference on crowdsourcing, open innovation and crowdfunding is underway in Singapore and the atmosphere is electric with some stellar speakers and delegates from all over the world.
As we gear up for Crowdsourcing Week 2013 starting Monday, June 3 – we have some exciting additions to our program. We are SOLD OUT for access to day 2, Tuesday, June 4. It is going to be a packed audience with some great content and opportunity to network with some of the brightest minds in marketing. We have added some last minute gems to our line-up on Wednesday and Thursday. Don’t miss it!
Girish Patro, an amateur yet accomplished student of music from Centurion University, Odisha,India has won the Global Fusion crowdsourced music competition organized by Crowdsourcing Week via Talenthouse India.