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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We recently covered eYeka’s expanded partnership with Unilever, which will see the crowdsourcing platform work more closely with the consumer goods corporation in emerging markets. We wanted to find out a bit more about the initiative, so we reached out to François Pétavy, eYeka’s CEO, with a few questions.
We take a look at the Kobe Red beef jerky Kickstarter campaign, which was exposed as a scam by the crowd, and pulled from the platform right before it hit its deadline.
From state governments to high-tech firms, sizable enterprises have a lot to gain from crowdsourcing. Technology today is capable of so much, but there’s still a need for human intelligence and intervention in so many areas — and that’s where crowdsourcing shines. (Sponsored Post)
Rose Spinelli, a crowdfunding consultant who runs The Crowdfundamentals, writes in with her first Tip of the Week, a series exclusive to Crowdsourcing.org. Check out her thoughts on Kickstarter's new pre-launch preview feature.
Using data from Crowdsourcing.org and other sources, oBizMedia put together an infographic to introduce the topic of crowdfunding and weigh some of its advantages and disadvantages.