Driving Innovation, Growth, Finance and Efficiencies Through Crowd Engagement
Wednesday 12th April 2023
Free Interactive Online Workshop
The crowd economy presents transformational opportunities for businesses, projects, organisations and networks. Difficult challenges faced by many businesses can be broken through by engaging the crowd.
How can we be more innovative and develop offerings the market wants? How can we grow and scale more quickly? How can we find the finance we need to move to the next stage of growing the businesses? How can we free up time to do more of the things we can make a difference in?
- Driving innovation through crowdsourcing and open innovation models can accelerate the pace at which new products and service offerings can be brought to market.
- Engaging the crowd to drive growth can broaden reach and bring significant benefits- even with limited investment.
- Opening access to finance through the crowd can be quick and attract patient novel finance as part of your funding strategy.
- Finding efficiencies through the use of the crowd can free you up to concentrate on the areas of business where you excel.
By considering the crowd-based opportunities through the four lenses of Innovation, Growth, Finance and Efficiencies, we will demonstrate practical approaches illustrated with examples and case studies to open your thinking on how you can build your business using these techniques.
Who is this session for?
Open to all businesses, projects, networks and organisations regardless of size or maturity.
What skills and experience is required?
No previous experience or skills are required.
Tim Wright: Crowd Economy Specialist, Consultant and Author
Tim Wright is an XpoNorth Digital Specialist Advisor and Director and co founder of twintangibles- a Scottish based management consultancy that helps organisations create value through accessing the crowd economy. A leading thinker and practitioner on crowdfunding, Tim has provided expert insight to the OECD, European Commission and the Scottish Government and is author of The Scottish Crowdfunding Report. Previously Tim has worked for Egon Zehnder International and McKinsey & Co and a number of other highly respected organisations.
Please note, this opportunity is only open to creative, digital and heritage networks based across the Highlands and Islands.
Applications are limited, so this will be on a first come first served basis.