Crowdsourcing and crowdfunding are an important sources of resources and revenue for social innovators. That’s why we’re pleased to let you know that these workshops are on in Sydney. Ross Dawson has been exploring crowd business models for quite a while now and has written extensively on the topic.
There are two sessions and you book for either one or both >Registrations are now open – details here
- Getting Results From Crowds workshop
- Crowd Business Models workshop
Ross has been a good friend to Social Innovation Sydney since we started and has kindly offered us a discount – use the code SIBSYD when registering for these workshops.
“Crowdsourcing is a very important tool for Social Innovation including from a Gov 2.0 perspective, for crowdfunding and for various other business functions including for logo design and branding, outsourcing of tasks etc.
Futurist, Ross Dawson is running two 1/2 day crowdsourcing workshops on Monday, 16 April 2012 to show you how to get the best out of crowdsourcing, for your enterprise.The morning session is How to Get Results from Crowds with panelists including Matt Barrie of Freelancer, Alec Lynch of Design Crowd, Luke Metcalfe of Rapid Intelligence and Alan Crabbe of Pozible. The workshop will explore how to tap the power of crowds, the value and risk for your enterprise, choosing the best crowdsourcing platform, and managing crowds effectively.
The afternoon session explores Crowd Business Models with panelists including Phil Morle of Pollenizer, Rebekah Campbell of Posse and Sebastien Eckersley-Maslin of Blue Chilli. The workshop will explore monetisation models and success factors, roles of crowds in emerging startup business models factors, business models of successful startups, designing and adapting crowd business models for your own ventures.”