2,936 crowdsourcing and crowdfunding sites
In this mid-week edition of Crowd Coffee: Greek debt crowdfunding campaign is no joke, creator says; Kickstarter wins patent battle; equity crowdfunding's secondary market problem; not all sharing economy companies are using 1099 workers; and more.
In this edition of Crowd Coffee: states and equity crowdfunding; a campaign to crowdfund Greece's debt; crowdsourcing the world's bird songs; Unilever crowdsourcing ideas on sustainability; how the sharing economy hurts millennials; and more.
In this edition of Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding campaign for Bree Newsome a success; making great crowdfunding pitch videos; crowdfunding and corporate R&D; is UK the center of the sharing economy; and more.
In this highly interesting guest post, Thomas Vass, a North Carolina-based economist and manager of The Private Capital Market, writes in to discuss how the passing of Regulation A and Regulation D laws, increasing demand for securities attorneys, may affect the costs of securities attorneys in North Carolina, and the impact that may have on economic growth in the state.
In this end-of-week edition of Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding in Africa; Snemue 3 Kickstarter campaign faces funding questions; anxiety around the sharing economy; crowdsourcing medical performance reviews; and more.
In this edition of Crowd Coffee: how crowdfunding is growing up; crowdfunding for product development; crowdsourcing cleaning of the Ganges in India; Ford enters sharing economy; and more.
Is crowdsourcing starting to replace IT outsourcing for medium and large firms? Sal Sarosh of Crowdplat certainly thinks so, and he explains why it's a smart strategy, after the jump.
In this mid-week edition of Crowd Coffee: new crowdsourcing platform launches in China; the crowd helps to digitize slavery-era records in America; equity crowdfunding regulations in Germany; the sharing economy's impact on hospitality; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: is Asia the next crowdfunding frontier; another Kickstarter campaign ends in failure; a safety net for the sharing economy; the Wikipedia of impact design; and more.
Alix Cuenin of eYeka, a creative crowdsourcing firm, writes in with an update on a previous article penned by Yannig Roth, in which he documented crowdsourcing examples in ten of the world's eleven top brands. Clearly, crowdsourcing has become a lot more popular since then, as now, 25 of the best brands (according to Interbrand) have made use of the crowd. Check out how they did it, after the jump!
In this edition of Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding in a critical light; US government crowdsourcing ideas for new $10 bill; Uber, Airbnb, and 'dotcommunism'; making open innovation work; and more.
Nicole Williams, sales and marketing communications lead at Arise Virtual Solutions, a crowdsourced customer service company, writes in to discuss how and why businesses should consider crowdsourcing their customer service.
In this end-of-week edition: crowdsourcing disaster relief; Google launches three new crowdsourced journalism ventures; crowfunding in Africa; three keys to open innovation success; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding the Statue of Liberty; game breaks Kickstarter record after E3 announcement; crowdsourcing customer support; Uber ruling and the sharing economy; and more.
Following up on one of our posts from last week, Bryan Vadas of LiteRaise, a service matching issuers with potential investors, writes in to discuss what equity crowdfunding truly means, and what people should think about when they mention the term.
In this mid-week edition of Crowd Coffee: a critical look at the Etsy crowdfunding initiative; equity crowdfunding in Minnesota; Amazon considering crowdsourced deliveries; Fujifilm opening open innovation center in Silicon Valley; and more.
In this edition of Crowd Coffee: a crowdfunding platform for Africa; white supremacist considering crowdfunding on Indiegogo; crowdsourcing global climate action; research report reveals sharing economy employment numbers; and more.
In this Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding kids' summer plans; equity crowdfunding in Mississippi; crowdsourcing and local government transparency; regulating the sharing economy; and more.
In this end-of-week edition of Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding platforms raise millions for Nepal; crowdfunding tips for your project; crowdsourcing CPR; why the sharing economy needs the welfare state; and more.
In this edition of Crowd Coffee: PornHub starts campaign for a film in space; a skeptic's view of equity crowdfunding; NASA partners with InnoCentive; why trust is key for the sharing economy; and more.