If you have a problem to be solved, crowdsourcing can help you leverage the individual talents of a vast number of people all at once. However, having the right crowd is critical. That's why it's exciting to hear that businesses will soon be targeting the right crowd to get their challenges solved: college students.
It makes sense. Students don't yet have the experience to be taken seriously by businesses, yet they often have the fresh skills that give them an edge.
An open crowdsourcing platform like Pickastudent lets students give business-challenges a go without the presssure of a straightforward work contract.
On the platform, students will be able to compete with other students to complete business challenges in these categories:
- Marketing and Advertising Campaigns
- Research Projects
- Branding, Identity and Design
- Videography and Photography
- Web Development and Programming
- Music and Audio
Luckily for us (and you), we will get to chat with the creators of Pickastudent at Crowdopolis, this summer's hottest crowdsourcing and innovation conference.
Click here to find out more and to join us July 19th in LA along with eBay, Amazon, Kimberly-Clark, Nokia, and GE, and a ton of crowdsourcing experts and companies.