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Crowdsourcing architecture webcast is TODAY at 12pm EST - WATCH HERE > Over the last few years, crowdfunding has become a popular way for people to raise the seed money they need to get their dream off the ground. Here at Inhabitat we've seen hundreds
Over the last few years, crowdfunding has become a popular way for people to raise the seed money they need to get their dream off the ground. Here at Inhabitat we’ve seen hundreds of small scale projects come to fruition through the likes Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Now crowdfunding is set to revolutionize the real estate industry, and at the forefront of this movement is real-estate crowdfunding company Prodigy Network. This innovative new venture founded by Rodrigo Nino wants to democratize the way we build, and they’ve just announced plans to crowdsource both the cash and the design for their new 17 John “Cotel“, a crowdfunded business hotel located in the Financial District of NYC (collaborative + hotel = “cotel”). So, how do you successfully crowdsource a project of such a massive scale? Prodigy Network will be broadcasting a live webcast conversation during Social Media Week called Crowdsourcing and Crowdfunding: A Social Media Revolution In Real Estate. This panel discussion will feature renowned thought-leaders Karim R. Lakhani, Associate Professor at Harvard Business School; Graham Hill, founder of LifeEdited.com; Piers Fawkes, founder and Editor-in-Chief at PSFK; and Rodrigo Nino, CEO and founder of Prodigy Network, and will look at how crowdsourscing and crowdfunding will transform the built environment.
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