The availability of low cost, high speed, low friction communications has enabled the value of crowdsourcing to make it an increasingly important activity in a wide range of business sectors. It has disrupted and altered the way we think about creating value. The creative sector and heritage organizations are already actively embracing the advantages and opportunities that crowdsourcing can offer them from collective curation and project finance to problem solving and content sourcing.
Tim Wright is co-founder of twintangibles, a Scottish based management consultancy, and an advisor at XpoNorth Digital. Hear his interview with our founder and CEO about what inspired Epi Ludvik to establish the Crowdsourcing Week brand, and how the BOLD Awards emerged. Epi sets out the key proposition and value of crowdsourcing, with examples drawn from the creative and heritage sectors.
Resources/articles mentioned in the podcast:
Crowdsourcing Week https://crowdsourcingweek.com/
Building Inspector https://buildinginspector.nypl.org/
By the People https://crowd.loc.gov/
Carlo Artti – Drone using Architect https://carloratti.com/
We Are Watching https://wearewatching.org/