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Crowdsourcing in Government
  • Brittany Corners
  • Oct 1, 2012

Governments and their agencies around the world embrace crowdsourcing as a way to engage citizens, use open innovation and complete repetitive tasks. The reasons a particular government or agency might use the crowd varies, from being understaffed to wanting to improve efficiency and efficacy of developing programs and delivering services. Examples of crowdsourcing in government…

Crowdfunding and Its Growing Role in Academic Research
  • Brittany Corners
  • Aug 13, 2012

Crowdfunding has helped fund startups and innovation since its inception, but academic research is starting to benefit. The funding of anything from Project Hexpod that funds the building of Stompy, an 18-foot rideable walking robot, to saving abandoned or abused animals across the globe or getting creative projects started takes place via crowdfunding platforms, such…

CrowdSource CEO, Stephanie Leffler, Earns ‘40 Under 40’ Nod
  • Brittany Corners
  • Feb 7, 2012

The Saint Louis Business Journal recently named Stephanie Leffler, co-founder and CEO of CrowdSource, to its 2013 class of ’40 Under 40.’ Each year, the Saint Louis Business Journal inducts 40 nominees into its class of ’40 Under 40’ – a prestigious list of the most influential business professionals in the greater Saint Louis area….

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