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Thinking about starting a crowdfunding campaign? Make sure your audience can tell how much you care about your cause, writes crowdfunding expert Rose Spinelli in her latest Rose Recommends column. Read her advice after the jump, and leave your own questions for her in the comments.
In this Crowd Coffee: Michigan businesses not turning to state crowdfunding rule; another GoFundMe success story; more workers entering the sharing economy; crowdsourcing a constitution in the Philippines; and more.
The company Love Home Swap, a UK-based startup that allows its users to swap houses or rent them out to travelers, recently put out an interactive map that shows where the sharing economy startups have been founded.
Tomorrow, October 30, NineSigma will be hosting a webinar about what projects are best (and worst) suited for open innovation contests. NineSigma’s director of healthcare program management Stephen Clulow will be joined by Miles Eddowes, head of the Innovation Accelerators Department at Mondelez International, a confectionery and snacks conglomerate that spun off from Kraft Foods in 2012. UPDATE: Check out the video of the webinar after the jump!
In this end-of-week edition: anxiety building up as crowdfunding rules have yet to be released; a new rockstar crowdfunding campaign emerges; crowdfunding an adoption on GoFundMe; why organizations make use of open innovation; and more.