Posts Tagged ‘crowdsourcing’

Google Crowdsourcing Investments

Ross | May 4th, 2010

Most companies leverage crowdsourcing by relying on external communities. For example, small businesses and startups looking for custom logo design leverage crowdSPRING’s community of 60,000 designers and writers. Companies looking for help with on-demand software testing can leverage the community at uTest. People looking for help with simple tasks can leverage Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. Smart […]

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Fiat Crowdsourcing Car Design

Ross | May 2nd, 2010

You might have heard of Local Motors – a company leveraging crowdsourcing to design cars. Local Motors licenses a chassis and then looks internally to its own community to innovate and refine the design of the car (other than the chasis). Fiat Brazil has recently announced a project to crowdsource the entire car – including […]

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Small Business Spotlight of the Week: MusikPitch

Laura | April 30th, 2010

It’s super exciting to see crowdsourcing spreading to all these new industries! So, naturally, when we came across a homepage redesign project (which, by the way, was awarded to cloud168 , congratulations!) we had to get in touch with them and find out what their site’s going to be all about! I got in contact […]

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U.S. Government Continues To Embrace Crowdsourcing

Ross | April 11th, 2010

Last month, the U.S. Government adopted a new policy promoting government crowdsourcing initiatives at the national level. As part of that effort, the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology has launched a new website designed to crowdsource policy opinions focused on the manufacturing industry. It’s great to see the government follow-through on its […]

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Who are we? And, where do we come from? (2010 edition)

Mike | April 5th, 2010

A little over a year ago, I wrote a post about the international flavor of the crowdSPRING community and I thought perhaps it was time to click the refresh button and see what’s happened in the past year. When I wrote that post, we had been in business for almost a year and we had […]

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