2,889 crowdsourcing and crowdfunding sites
In this end-of-week edition of Crowd Coffee: first intrastate equity crowdfunding campaign in Wisconsin wraps up missing its goal; Freelancer announces record growth; NFL opens new round of the Head Health Challenge; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: crowdsourcing data to show police killings in California; Wales launching crowdsourcing platform; Inman's latest campaign becomes most backed ever on Kickstarter; another new name for the sharing economy: the access economy; and more.
In this mid-week edition of Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding real estate comes to the World Trade Center; Lockitron shares its crowdfunding story: the good, the bad, and the ugly; one firm is asking the crowd for future bitcoin price predictions; how to execute open innovation projects; and more.
In this edition of Crowd Coffee: Massachusetts adopts state crowdfunding laws; 10 tips for launching a successful crowdfunding campaign; crowdsourcing is reshaping customer support; dark side of the sharing economy's jobs; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: real estate growing in Colorado; Singapore Exchange developing a crowdfunding platform; a furniture design crowdsourcing challenge in India; how the sharing economy makes us all entrepreneurs; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: a crowdfunding platform that brandishes an 82 percent success rate; why TLC's crowdfunding campaign makes sense; crowdsourcing and the church; why 2015 is the year of the sharing economy; and more.
In this edition of Crowd Coffee: are real estate crowdfunding platforms delivering on their promises; how crowdfunding can help female entrepreneurs access capital; crowdfunding campaign hopes to oust North Korea's regime; and more.
In this mid-week edition of Crowd Coffee: TLC talks Kickstarter-funded album; why VCs are turning to crowdfunding; solving problems, with the crowd's help; New York City and the sharing economy; Alcatel OneTouch announces open innovation program; and more.
Ines Maione of clickworker, a crowdsourcing platform based in Germany, writes in to discuss how emerging startups can make use of crowdsourcing at various stages in order to minimize costs and gain valuable insights from the crowd.
In this Crowd Coffee: Brazilian crowdfunding platform expanding abroad; taking a close look at Kickstarter's top design projects; government agencies using crowdsourcing for data collection; why not everyone should crowdsource their resolution on Facebook, like Zuckerberg; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding platforms dropping fees for some campaigns; crowdfunding rules in Oregon; crowdsourcing and brand content strategy; the sharing economy, crowdsourcing, and marketing; and more.
In this end-of-week edition: Oregon's crowdfunding law is in effect; crowdfunding marketing on a budget; Kickstarter's new iOS app; MonkeyParking not embraced by many in LA; crowdsourcing and big data; and more.
In this edition: Indiegogo blending crowdfunding and ecommerce; crowdfunding for fashion; Kentucky considering crowdfunding rules; is Uber really part of the sharing economy?; and more.
In this edition: crowdsourcing in healthcare; crowdsourced currency swaps; using Kickstarter as a marketing tool; the blog Uber and Lyft drivers love to read; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: Google Maps's crowdsourcing initiatives; crowdsourcing legal counsel; ten keys to crowdsourced innovation; Taiwan considering creating a crowdfunding platform; five things to do before launching a crowdfunding campaign; and more.
In this end-of-week edition: politician crowdsourcing bill using Wiki technology; best crowdfunded projects at CES; cops crowdfunding K-9; is ride-sharing really an appropriate term?; and more.
In this edition: crowdfunding predictions for Asia; with Atlanta Hawks in sales discussion, one man looks to crowdfund purchase of team; crowdsourced labor and microemployment; sharing economy study; and more.
In this mid-week edition of Crowd Coffee: TCL buys Palm brand, plans to crowdsource comeback; crowdsourcing travel tips; crowdfunding political party finance in Spain; dating site fails to meet Kickstarter goal, but gets a ton of marketing nonetheless; sharing economy studied; and more.
Ehsan Ehsani, co-founder of crowdsourced innovation platform Ennomotive, writes in to discuss the state of crowdsourcing, and where he believes it will go in 2015. One of his predictions: look out for more crowdsourcing mobile apps. Read the rest after the jump!