The conference will cover how big brands can incorporate crowdsourcing into existing business processes to increase productivity, save internal resources, and create more, and better, products and content. It will be held on Thursday, July 19, 2012 in Los Angeles California. The event will feature guest speakers from GE, Amazon, Nokia, Kimberly-Clark, Stephen Shapiro, Author of ‘Best Practices are Stupid’, and other crowdsourcing experts who will be conducting focused demonstrations and discussions.
Daily Crowdsource has high expectations for the conference; they feel it will help organizations get in early on this cutting-edge technology & a booming market.
“Big brands like Nokia and GE are integrating crowdsourcing into their existing business models. This conference will help others understand why, and get a jump on using crowdsourcing in their own business.” David Bratvold, Founder Daily Crowdsource
Crowdsourcing is a general term for assigning a “crowd” to a project typically designed for a few skilled laborers to complete. “Crowd” is defined as a pre-defined source of aggregated labor and/or resources. Crowdsourcing topics covered in the conference will include open innovation, microtasking, and co-creation. Individual break-out sessions will cover topics like how companies can skip beta testing by injecting crowdsourcing into their R&D, how to run effective curated crowdsourcing contests for ad creation, and how to program microlabor into a company’s services.
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