Crowdsourcing Week 2014: October 14th-16th, Copenhagen

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Arwen Heredia

June 27, 2014

With crowdsourcing, crowdfunding, and crowd science gaining traction globally, conventional methods of ideating and product development — as well as the entire future of innovation itself — are ripe for welcoming collaboration.

No matter the industry, sewing collaborative practices into the fabric of an organization opens up innumerable possibilities for driving change.

Crowdsourcing Week 2014

This year’s Crowdsourcing Week conference, happening October 14th-16th in Copenhagen, will bring together innovation masterminds, speakers, enthusiasts, and thought leaders for three days of debate, discussion, and education about the expanding face of collaborative innovation. From CSW2014:

“The future is human-centric, all about participation and the ability to co-create via an increasingly connected world. This new way of doing things – crowdsourcing, crowdfunding, co-creation, collaboration, and open innovation – is challenging business models and workings of organizations across the board, offering an immense opportunity to rethink and reinvent conventional processes.

Crowdsourcing Week is paving this transition toward a more open and collaborative economy.”

The below infographic provides a bit of insight into last year’s findings. To learn more, catch up with @CrowdWeek on Twitter, or visit the event site to get info and register.

Crowdsourcing Week Global 2014