2014 Crowdsourcing Week Global in Singapore: Register now!

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Remain at the forefront in the evolving digital landscape at the Crowdsourcing Week Global 2014 in Singapore, from 7 to 11 April

SINGAPORE (UPDATED) – Crowdsourcing Week global conference will convene an expanding global community from around the world who are shaping the future of the growing crowdsourcing movement, this April 7–11 in Singapore.

Taking a multi­-sector look at how crowdsourcing, crowdfunding, and the collaborative economy can contribute to business at many levels, CSW Global is shaping up to be a power­-packed conference with an impressive agenda.

Leading innovators and crowdsourcing pioneers like Sean Moffitt (Managing Director, Wikibrands), Jeremiah Owyang (Founder, Crowd Companies), Neal Cross (VP, MasterCard), Maria Ressa (Founder, Rappler) and Jennifer Gustetic (Program Executive, NASA) are among the 40 speakers confirmed speakers.

“Crowdsourcing is accelerating a new kind of social productivity ­ one that is transforming our social DNA in a highly networked world. We are more open to sharing, crowdfunding and creating collaborative futures today than ever before. The opportunity to apply this phenomenon is huge for organizations trying to do more with less. This April is about creating empowered leaders to lead this transformation from within their organizations,” says Epi Ludvik Nekaj, Founder & CEO of Crowdsourcing Week.

The week-­long platform of events takes place in Singapore April 7­11, with an opening gala on April 7, main conference from April 8-­10, and hands-­on Crowdfunding Workshop on April 11. Full Access Passes are $995 and Day Passes are $400 (meals included).

On top of this, Rappler readers can enjoy 10% off the rate, using the code csw4change. You can also use Bitcoins to register for CSW Global 2014.

To be engaged, informed, and inspired on these new collaborative business practices and mingle with the newest generation of innovators, register today.

About the conference­

The 2nd Annual Crowdsourcing Week Global Conference,Singapore will run from April 7­-11, 2014.

For this year’s conference, the overarching theme is, “Crowd Impact: Empowering Transformation,” and the conference content is designed to help organizational leaders explore the diverse ways crowdsourcing and crowdfunding are spurring transformations across finance, business, marketing, government, environment, healthcare and more.

VIDEO: Rappler talks to Epirot Ludvik Nekaj, founder and CEO of Crowdsourcing Week:

CSW GLOBAL 2014 looks to empower leaders with crowd­-focused approaches & tools that organizations need to thrive in today’s hyper­connected world. With the overarching theme

“Crowd Impact: Empowering Transformation,” the conference will explore the diverse ways crowdsourcing and crowdfunding are catalyzing a transformative shift across finance, business,marketing, government, and more. Remain at the forefront in the evolving digital landscape.

Learn how to succeed in the era of crowd­-driven business at CSW GLOBAL.

About Crowdsourcing Week

­Launched in 2012, Crowdsourcing Week is the first global conference dedicated to providing a multilayer platform to help organizations transition into a more open, connected, and socially productive society. Crowdsourcing Week produces events that focus on how crowdsourcing can address the needs of today’s leaders to bring about meaningful change.In under 18 months, Crowdsourcing Week has produced summits in New York City, Berlin,Amsterdam, Warsaw and London in addition to the flagship annual conference in Singapore.

The 2nd Annual, week-­long conference in Singapore, April 7­11, “Crowd Impact: EmpoweringTransformation” will provide organizations with crowd-­centered approaches and solutions to help them thrive in a hyper­connected society. Attendees will discover approaches and tools they need to transform their business through crowd interactions, the sharing economy and collaborative consumption. 

Rappler is a media partner of the 2nd Annual Crowdsourcing Week in Singapore.

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