Monday, June 19, 2006

crowdsourcing buisness model ?

Another program exists at a site called InnoCentive, which has been around for 5 years now. InnoCentive helps companies connect with people outside their scope for help with the trickiest R&D problems. Companies like Boeing, DuPont, and Procter & Gamble pose their R&D problems and pay "solvers" anywhere from $10,000 to $100,000 per solution. Often, these "solvers" are regular folks, hobbyists, self-taught scientists, whose specific skill sets lead to innovative solutions.
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