Talenthouse Predicts a Great 2013 for Crowdsourcing in India

Written by Vicky Todiwala

Feb 6, 2013

We  at Talenthouse India welcome the second month of this year while taking pride on the laurels of the last year. There were tons of creative submissions, various brands and mentors to cater to while enabling fantastic community creations in all genres of art, fashion, film, photography and music.

Mentors and brands from all arenas were showcased and their creative needs were exceptionally met with panache and zeal. Talenthouse India is proud to have hosted projects for brands like Tropicana, Pepsi, Bacardi, Clean and Clear, Opium, Micromax, Airtel, Nerolac, ZOD! Clubwear, BIG FM, MAMI Film Festival, Cinthol, Kurkure, to name a few. All brands experienced the power of creative crowdsourcing via Talenthouse India’s unique platform. Mentors like Metallica, Shaan, Rocky S, Anita Dongre, Pony Verma provided on-ground opportunities to winners from the Artist Community.

But all of this would not have been possible without the constant and relentless efforts of our Organically Tapped Artist Community (OTAC) with expertise in genres like art, fashion, film, photography and music, who delivered their best again. Talenthouse India takes time to acknowledge and thank brands, mentors and the undying spirit of our Artist Community.

Mr. Arun Mehra, CEO, Talenthouse India says,

“Crowdsourcing is a major innovation among brands globally; but is still in its nascent stage in India. It is what e-commerce was 5 years ago. We are experiencing a surge in the idea of Crowdsourcing in South East Asia. As pioneers of the practice in India, we are extremely proud to be partnering with Crowdsourcing Week 2013, the first global conference on crowdsourcing in Singapore”

About Author

About Author

Vicky Todiwala

Vicky Todiwala is the social media & community manager at Talenthouse, India and always stoked about creative crowdsourcing in all genres of art, fashion, film, photography and music.

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