Founded in 2010, crowdsourcing.org, is a neutral professional association dedicated solely to crowdsourcing and crowdfunding. As one of the most influential and credible authorities in the crowdsourcing space, crowdsourcing.org is recognized worldwide for its intellectual capital, crowdsourcing and crowdfunding practice expertise and unbiased thought leadership.
Crowdsourcing.org's mission is to serve as an invaluable source of information to analysts, researchers, journalists, investors, business owners, crowdsourcing experts and participants in crowdsourcing and crowdfunding platforms.
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In this edition: crowdfunded movie offers investors part of profits; real estate crowdfunding growing up; two New Zealand platforms get equity crowdfunding licenses; TSA to crowdsource airport security suggestions; and more.
When asking the crowd to submit ideas that may eventually be used as a part of a marketing campaign, companies need to make sure they’re protected from any intellectual property issues that may arise at a future date. What are the potential legal concerns that may arise, and how does a crowdsourcing platform work around these issues? eYeka’s Eric Favreau addressed just these types of questions in a recent webinar called ‘Creative Crowdsourcing From A Legal Perspective.’
We profile passbrains, a crowdsourced software company that helps enterprises tap into external as well as internal crowds. Included are a look at some of the features it offers its clients, and three different ways that enterprises make use of the company's services.
In this Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding Ukrainian military; crowdfunding not a magic solution for startups; crowd-powered apps revealed at White House Natural Disaster Day; sharing economy for executives; and more.