WS VI: Getting things done using Crowdsourcing

  • 22 May 2014
  • 18:30 - 21:30
  • VIP Offices,47 Bd Saint-Michel, 1000 Brussels


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Getting things done using Crowdsourcing

The challenge to survive in today’s economy is to be able to react quickly to, and respond to, growing or shifting market demands. Creating tailor-made solutions while keeping the structures small and flexible is key to success. So the question is how to quickly find the services that will make your project successful without having to hire, invest or take a long-term commitment upfront?

Crowdsourcing can help you solve these questions:
  • Are you in need of a service, such as creating a new company logo, a new product design?
  • Do you need someone to take care of your company’s inbox, so you can concentrate on that new project?
  • Do you have a task to be done but it’s so huge you discarded it beforehand?
  • How to get feedback on your product innovation or on your great idea?
  • Would you like to raise some extra capital without having to go through the tedious demands of the banks?

In the last years websites have emerged for all kind of services, allowing you to reach crowds of designers, investors, and many others. This is the beginning of a new economy, shifting from classical well-defined enterprise organizations to more global, fuzzy ones that can access a vast pool of resources on demand.

Come and learn how to get projects done using crowdsourcing and crowdfunding.

More about our speaker...

Corina Ciechanow

Corina is the owner and managing partner of Waterloo Hills, an IT consultancy company focusing on project management, data science and Internet businesses. Since 2008 Waterloo Hills has been helping companies to cope with the challenge of managing IT projects in a highly connected, culturally diverse and very dynamic society. Corina also gives seminars and blogs about data science and crowdsourcing.

She is a Board member at PWI, leading the ‘Women & Technology’ program. The objective is to raise awareness on technological advances that have an impact on our society and on our current business environment.

Contacts Details

Corina Ciechanow
VP Women & Technology @PWI
Managing Partner @Waterloo Hills
email address: ,
website blog:

Participation & how to reserve

The workshop is open to members and non-members. 

Drinks and some finger food will be provided. 

DATE:            Thursday, 22 May 2014

TIME:             18:30-21:30

VENUE:  VIP Offices, 47 Bd Saint-Michel, 1040 Brussels
( click here for directions)


Members:         €15 
Non-members:  €30

Fees covers a part of the logistic costs. 

Pre-registration and pre-payment (preferably via PayPal) 
before 19 May  2014:

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