Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Daily Crowdsource Hosts Major Crowdsourcing Conference

As more organisations of various types and size look to incorporate crowdsourcing into their daily  operations, the need grows for more information as to best practices and technological resources to be made available. The Daily Crowdsource, one of the biggest sources of crowdsourcing news and features are hosting Crowdopolis a major crowdsourcing conference to be held on 19th July 2012 in Los Angeles. The event will feature workshops and key note speeches from brand giants, who have successfully tapped the resource of the crowd.

The Daily Crowdsource (TDCrowdsource) was launched in July 2010 with the purpose of providing news and information on the rise of crowdsourcing around the globe. Since then it has grown into an influential forum of news updates, discussions, meet ups, and insights provided by its authors and growing line up of renowned Crowd Leaders. Crowdopolis is perhaps the biggest crowdsourcing event, second only to CrowdConf, and is likely to be the most significant gathering of leading users and experts of crowdsourcing practises and technology.

Crowdopolis will feature speakers from Nokia and GE, leaders in crowdsourced service providers such as Microtask and uTest, and some of TDCrowdsource's contributing Crowd Leaders including author David Alan Grier and Neil Perry, President of Poptent. The breakout sessions will focus on areas in which crowdsourcing plays the biggest role including Advertising, Technology & Innovation, and Content Marketing. There will also be the "After Party" event in which delegates can meet the speakers, indulge in a bit of networking, and even witness the launch of a brand new crowdsourcing venture.

The event is aimed at managers of Fortune 1000 or any other large companies wanting to learn all about how crowdsourcing can help them stay ahead of their competition. Over the last few years crowdsourcing has come in from the digital cold and become a significant tool in the further advancement of all businesses whether they be SMEs or large corporations. So if you want to learn more about what Crowdopolis can offer your business and to register for a place then click here to visit the TDCrowdsource events page.

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  1. I'm looking forward to hearing GE's Lisa Kennedy speak!

  2. Great write up! Looking forward to meeting you all there!