The Conference with passion for people

As entering The Conference I expected to attend a well-polished arrangement on the subject of Internet development, media trends and the future of digital consumption. And it sure was an arrangement of shining standard, but when thinking back on The Conference I find myself wanting to re-label my expectation of the two days, because the [...]

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Contextualising the local media hype – summarizing Gulltaggen

Molly Ränge is a co-founder of the hybrid crowd funding platform Crowdculture.se and writes about crowd related stuff & social economy. While Stockholm during the past week gave full attention to the media campaign awards Guldägget, Oslo was concentrating of a similar event with a just as similar name; Gulltaggen 2011. The greater difference between [...]

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WeDidThis – A deep dive in the untapped potential of crowd funding

Molly Ränge is a co-founder of the hybrid crowd funding platform Crowdculture.se recently re-launched in cooperation with the City of Stockholm. There are many different crowd funding models popping up around Europe right now. Most of them are clearly inspired by Kickstarter and IndieGoGo, but some of them differ in from the “standard”. In this [...]

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Fair play in the social economy – or how your future consumption depend on every tweet

Molly Ränge is a co-founder of the hybrid crowd funding platform Crowdculture.se, working at Fabel Communications in Stockholm. In her book What’s mine is yours – the rise of collaborative consumption, Rachel Botsman introduces the thought of how we with every act on the web leave a reputation trail. Something that in just a few [...]

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