2,902 crowdsourcing and crowdfunding sites
Jo Sabin, marketing communications manager of DesignCrowd, a logo, web and graphic design marketplace, writes in to shed light on some of the less known facts about crowdsourcing.
In this Crowd Coffee: Chicago advocacy group calls for crowdfunding in Illinois; crowdsourcing and speech therapy; India's government updates MyGov portal; sharing economy takes on time; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: business still waiting on Title III regulation; investment crowdfunding for the marijuana industry; Unilever and crowdsourced marketing; sharing economy debate rages on in London; and more.
Jo Sabin, marketing communications manager of DesignCrowd, a logo, web and graphic design marketplace, writes in to discuss the ways individuals can make the best use of content marketing — for which brands are increasingly turning to crowdsourcing platforms.
In this end-of-week Crowd Coffee: Pebble Time tops its predecessor on Kickstarter; crowdfunding a police investigation raises questions; crowdfunding in the EU still a niche market; CrowdMed continues to aid patients; and more.
Wealth Migrate, a South Africa-based real estate crowdfunding platform, is working on an ambitious project to create a more sustainable and better planet for all. The company is leading the Wealth Movement, working with crowdfunders around the world, 21st century businesses and governments to help an extra one billion people to become investors in real estate over the next five years. Find out more about the project after the jump.
In this Crowd Coffee: Ireland's P2P lending laws years away; Colorado latest state considering intrastate crowdfunding; FlowHive looks to set platform crowdfunding records; Lego's crowdsourcing initiatives; open innovation going into the future; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: Kickstarter project claims copyright infringement; with new Pebble success, is Kickstarter just a store; BBB outlines crowdfunding best practices; Amazon's Kindle Scout picks first ten digital books; and more.
Jared Fletcher and Jessica Engel of Arise Virtual Solutions write in to discuss the way crowd-powered companies are changing the business of travel, focusing specifically on Uber and Airbnb.
In this edition of Crowd Coffee: Virginia looking to implement crowdfunding laws; six biggest challenges for real estate crowdfunding; crowdsourcing for women in STEM subjects; is venture capital helping or hurting the sharing economy; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: the case against celebrity crowdfunding; what the crowdfunding landscape will look like in five years; more brands turning to crowdsourcing; crowdsourcing politics in the Philippines; and more.
In this end-of-week edition: final Canadian crowdfunding laws may be published by summer; crowdfunding and digital marketing; crowdsourcing ideas for the next MacGyver; Yelp for cops; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: small businesses and crowdfunding; picking equity crowdfunding investments; crowdfunding the oil sector in Texas; ridesharing startup for long trips gets $11 million investment; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: real estate crowdfunding and IPOs; Penn State fans crowdfunding coach's fine; how Amazon MTurk may be damaging academic research; Uber's place in the sharing economy; TATA Steel launches open innovation platform; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: Singapore's proposed crowdfunding regulations get mixed response; the top crowdfunding projects on Indiegogo and Kickstarter; Crowdcube expands; sharing economy lessons for marketers; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: Mississippi and equity crowdfunding; equity crowdfunding platform launches in Michigan; UNDP looks to the crowd to survey east Ukraine damage; Uber's brash executives; and more.
Brock Blake, president and CEO of Lendio, a marketplace lending platform that connects small businesses with small business lenders in the US, writes in to discuss the difficulties of small businesses attaining credit for growth; his company has also created an infographic about Valentine's Day and small businesses. Check it out after the jump.
In this end-of-week Crowd Coffee: Star Citizen still going strong; equity platforms open for Texas crowdfunding; Senator Marco Rubio using crowdsourcing platform to reach dissidents; Miami police officers messing around on Waze; and more.
Faith Forster, founder of Pinipa, a crowdsourced business transformation company, writes in to discuss the crowdsourced innovation process and how the ideas generated can actually be implemented at the company running the crowdsourcing campaign.
In this edition: competing crowdfunding bills filed in North Carolina; should you hire a crowdfunding consultant; African entrepreneurs turn to crowdfunding; should governments support the sharing economy; and more.