Ideas on the playing field Mike | March 16th, 2008

“Ultimate good…is better reached by free trade in ideas—that the best test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market.” -Oliver Wendell Holmes

We are here for two kinds of people. One is the small business owner who has a problem: where to find high quality creative services at a price they can afford, and with the risk involved reduced to near zero. Two is the creative professional who wants to compete on a playing field that is truly level; a place where resumé, client list, location, and hourly rates are beside the point. The point for both of these people is this: all that matters is one thing – how good is an idea. For the buyer the ability to choose among the ideas they are presented with, and for the contributor a competition based purely on the quality of their work.

Great ideas are a reflection of the people who bring them to life. I look at a wonderful concept and imagine that it must have been fun to create. crowdSPRING is a marketplace for ideas first and foremost. Bring ‘em on and let’s see which one the market chooses.

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