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Meet the Crowd

CrowdSourcing, CrowdFunding and CrowdInnovation

Join us and meet THE European Crowd Experts from academia, politics and practice - all united in diversity and knowledge.

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In case you missed the 2015 Crowd Dialog Europe

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Do not miss out, when the leading experts meet to unite knowledge and discuss effects of crowd-disruption.
The event is strictly limited to 300 delegates - you should join us and be one of them!

About Crowd Dialog Europe - all about the Crowd

CrowdSourcing - CrowdFunding and CrowdInnovation is a integral part of the digital transformation for companies, cities and countries.
In partnership with the EU Commission, DIGILE and Estonia the city of Helsinki will be the first hosting city to gather the European crowd knowledge - united in diversity and driven by a common goal: to enable the crowd for a greater good. The stakeholders will join us to discuss diverse scenarios of crowd-disruption and gather from the fields of practitioners, academia and politics.

28 EU member states - united knowledge

CrowdSourcing

How will a heterogenous group of people combined with the digital transformation to a mostly mobile engagement environment change the way we think about work? Gaining towards an integrated crowdsourcing definition we will explore how to harness the power of crowdsourcing for most relevant practical implications.

CrowdFunding

What is the taxonomy for alternative financing models in Europe? Can they fulfill the promise of a quickly growing segment, and how can growth begin to attract institutional investors? CrowdFunding, at least in some European countries, is on the cusp of becoming mainstream. We will discover the possible risks and chances and reflect most aspects for a relevant regulatory framework for success.

CrowdInnovation

How to foster innovation through the Crowd and engage united collaboration? With the leading experts we will explore how the practical implementations unleash dramatic new opportunities for industry innovation. In a jointed endeavor we are aiming to develop and discuss a possible european future roadmap for CrowdInnovation.

There are a many reasons why you should be part of Crowd Dialog Europe...

Meet all relevant experts from more than 25 countries at one day in on place.
Learn how to leverage the crowd to help your business grow smarter and prosper faster.
Uncover cross-border crowdsourcing, innovation and funding scenarios and proven concepts.
Get all hand-on practical advice from powerful 15-minute inspirational talks.
Be part of in-depth workshops with key learnings from Europe´s best renowned experts.
Unleash how the crowd can speed-up the innovation process for an competitive business future.

Corporate partners

meet Europe´s renowned Crowd Experts

join us to discuss the impact of crowd-funding-sourcing and -innovation to business and society

Michael Gebert
Country Patron

Michael Gebert

Board Member of the German CrowdSourcing Association

Günther Oettinger

Günther Oettinger

Member designate of the EC in charge of Digital Economy and Society

Daniel Oliver
Country Patron

Daniel Oliver

Founder Capital Cell - crowdfunding for Life Sciences

David Blair

David Blair

Partner, Head of Financial Regulation at Osborne Clarke UK

Yorck R. Hernandez

Yorck R. Hernandez

CEO Crowd IP GmbH

Matthias Klaes

Matthias Klaes

Professor of Commerce University of Dundee

 Samantha Ridler
Country Patron

Samantha Ridler

Executive Director at Peer-to-Peer Finance Association

Alessandro Lerro

Alessandro M. Lerro

Partner LERRO&PARTNERS

Tanja Aschenbeck-Florange

Tanja Aschenbeck-Florange

Partner Osborne Clarke Law Experts

Pontus Frohde

Pontus Frohde

CEO FundedByMe

Johannes Laub

Johannes Laub

CEO Crowd Desk

David Wilcox

David Wilcox

Founder ReachScale

Marc Dillon

Marc Dillon

COO Jolla Oye

Luc Colebunders
Country Patron

Luc Colebunders

COO CROFUN.BE

Rene Seifert

René Seifert

Founder and board member Venturate AG

Rosali Pretorius

Rosali Pretorius

Partner Dentons

Robert Michels

Robert Michels

Partner Dentons

Valdis Pornieks
Country Patron

Valdis Pornieks

Co-owner of IT House

Charles Cassar
Country Patron

Charles Cassar

Manager Financial Services at Chetcuti Cauchi

Marek Pärtel
Country Patron

Marek Pärtel

Partner Estateguru

Pierre Lion
Country Patron

Pierre Lion

VP Sales Mangopay

Rainer Lenz

Rainer Lenz

Professor of Int. Finance University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld

Flemming Binderup Gammelgaard

Flemming Binderup Gammelgaard

Co-founder and chairman of Danish Crowdsourcing

Jussi Pajunen

Jussi Pajunen

Mayor of Helsinki

Péter Faragó
Country Patron

Péter Faragó

CEO Easyling.com

Irene Demetriou-Rotsides
Country Patron

Irene Demetriou-Rotsides

Innovation and entrepreneurship mentor, crisis management expert, Crowdfunding Cyprus

Kristine Pontoppidan

Kristine Pontoppidan

Crowdfundingninja and rethinker

Giordano Koch

Giordano Koch

Managing Director HYVE Innovation Community

Katarzyna Zdunek

Katarzyna Zdunek

Independent legal expert and business coach

Umberto Piattelli
Country Patron

Umberto Piattelli

Partner Osborne Clarke, Italy

Catherine Olive

Catherine Olive

Law Expert France, Partner at Osborne Clarke

Andreas Pages
Country Patron

Andreas Pages

Head Crowdfunding Swisscom

Oliver Gajda

Oliver Gajda

Co-Founder & Chair European Crowdfunding Network

Shelley Kuipers

Shelley Kuipers

CEO & Founding Partner, Better Ventures

Ronald Kleverlaan
Country Patron

Ronald Kleverlaan

Founder of CrowdfundingHub, author and crowdfunding thought leader

Bert-Ola Bergstrand
Country Patron

Bert-Ola Bergstrand

International thought leader, pioneer and movement builder

Prof. Dr. Thomas Peisl

Prof. Dr.Thomas Peisl

Expert for predictive CrowdSourcing

Kristjan Vanaselja

Kristjan Vanaselja

Co-founder GoWorkaBit

Santtu Hulkkonen

Santtu Hulkkonen

Executive VP Solved

Pia Erkinheimo
Country Patron

Pia Erkinheimo

Head of Innovation Management & Crowdsourcing digile

Teemu Yli-Hollo

Teemu Yli-Hollo

CEO / Rapper AudioDraft

Ville Miettinen

Ville Miettinen

Founder Microtask

Jaakko Pellosniemi

Jaakko Pellosniemi

Founder Fingertip

Joachim Schwerin

Joachim Schwerin

DG Enterprise and Industry European Commission

Reinhard Willfort
Country Patron

Reinhard Willfort

CEO of ISN – Innovation Service Network

Fabien Risterucci
Country Patron

Fabien Risterucci

Researcher and Consultant FR Prospektiv

Antonio Carlos Ruiz Soria

Antonio Carlos Ruiz Soria

Founder Economia Creativa Consultancy

Lasse Mäkelä

Lasse Mäkelä

CEO & Co-founder Invesdor Ltd.

Steffen Hedebrandt

Steffen Hedebrandt

Elance-oDesk Country Manager for Nordics

Karamanolis Giorgos
Country Patron

Giorgos Karamanolis

Co-founder & CTO of crowdpolicy.com

Wael Soliman

Wael Soliman

Researcher at Aalto University School of Business

Daiana Fobian Nielsen
Country Patron

Daiana Fobian Nielsen

Co-founder & Board Member, Danish Crowdsourcing Association

Klára Janatová
Country Patron

Klára Janatová

Czech Ministry of Finance

Karol Krol
Country Patron

Karol Krol

Founder & Vicepresident at Collaborative Economy Centre

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Your agenda for the 27th of August.

15-minute inspiring talks, themed around compelling crowd-based topics to cover practical experience and applied science.

  • 830

    Grab your badge and have a coffee - Registration

  • 850

    Welcome from EU Commissioner Günther Oettinger (via videolink)

  • 900

    CrowdSouring Cities - boosting ideas in authorities - a real smart city approach

    As a population boom causes a building boom, it’s harder for developers to find sustainable housing solutions. Helsinki is finding creative solutions through crowdsourcing. See why it's a project that cities around the world will want to watch closely.

    Speakers:
    Jussi Pajunen

    Jussi Pajunen

  • 920

    Crowd lending moving mainstream

    The state of the European online alternative finance market is strong. Between 2012 and 2014 crowd-based lending in 27 European countries facilitated €4,655m worth of funding to European consumers, entrepreneurs, creative artists, SMEs, social enterprises, renewable energy projects, community organisations and good causes.

    Speakers:
     Samantha Ridler

    Sam Ridler

  • 940

    Crowdbusiness in Europe - transfer of Know How and Innovation

    Across the EU-27, success in business is about a few things going right and other things not going wrong. It is certainly not a black art. Most business issues can be controlled to an extent albeit some will involve an element of luck and timing. However with better positioning, management and a resilient balance sheet luck becomes far less important and the Crowd can be an important player for transformation of Know How and Innovation.

    Speakers:
    Alessandro Maria Lerro

    Alessandro Maria Lerro

  • 1000

    Reinvention of the funding process through crowd related innovation

    At its core, crowdfunding is digitalisation of the funding process seen in the traditional corporate finance world. What changes when the process is moved from the big banking streets to the online environment?

    Speakers:
    Lasse Mäkelä

    Lasse Mäkelä

  • 1020

    Evolving legal frameworks for Europe - the influence of the crowd

    Crowdfunding is evolving more quickly than any other area of corporate finance, and the regulators across Europe are struggling to keep up across the EU Member States. The goal is a uniform pan-European regulated market but we are still far away from being there - in demand for a detailed description of the regulatory regime in any jurisdiction.

    Speakers:
    David Blair

    David Blair

  • 1035

    Brain Pause - Coffee and Networking Break

  • 1100

    Crowd, big data and new business models in the service of people and planet

    Our society is facing great challenges which call for new ways of doing business. We are experiencing a shift from a period when all was about creating maximizing profit, the global marketplace and consumerism, to an new economy, ”the impact economy”, in which businesses take a more holistic approach in their business practice. Practices that are good for both people and planet at the same time as they are generating profits.

    In this presentation we will see examples on the emerging impact economy and especially businesses which are using social technology, big data and crowd solutions to amplify their impact to their stakeholders.

    Speakers:
    Bert-Ola Bergstrand

    Bert-Ola Bergstrand

  • 1120

    The joys and challenges of building the cross-border p2p lending platform for property loans

    This is a startup story.

    Creating a startup means following a vision, sth. that drives you, that makes you want to change the World. Startup is about starting up and accelerating. Startup is about making mistakes, testing different business models, customer behaviour etc.

    Creating a fin-tech startup you can not afford making mistakes, at least mistakes that can put your investors money under risk, you have to win the trust of users, to make them invest with you. Investing is never completely risk free but can be minimized by professional risk management.

    Think global but act local they say. Real estate is local. To be able to evaluate risks you have to know the streets and corners.

    But people like to think global. One would like to say- Hey I invested in 3 property projects in Spain, 2 in Greece, one in Estonia and considering to enter into Eastern Germany residential project. Sounds like a multi millionaire is speaking, uh? No, the guy has put down just 1700 Euros.

    Its not an easy task but this is how I see cross-border p2p property finance in the future.

    Speakers:
    Marek Pärtel

    Marek Pärtel

  • 1140

    The Crowd Payment Revolution, how to offer confidence & security

    More than any other online market, crowdfunding can only develop all other the world and specifically in european countries if platforms and regulators can successfully create trust and security to attract projects owners and investors .

    Confidence & security is key to the development of crowd payment not only for the platforms but also to increase the rate of successful project campaigns and the amount being raised per projects. All actors, (platforms, projects owners and investors) must offer as much trust and reassurance as possible by using specialized actors & labels and by offering transparency on all subjects.

    Speakers:
    Pierre Lion

    Pierre Lion

  • 1200

    Partnering with the Crowd

    Interest in crowdsourcing is on the rise in Denmark, and the Danish Crowdsourcing Association is currently engaged in a range of projects with companies wishing to make their first forays into crowdsourcing. One major project is VIA Connect; a first-of-its-kind crowdsourcing community bridging higher education, research and innovation.

    This community connects private and public organizations – including leading global brands and local governments – with thousands of researchers, educators and students, who provide ideas and innovations tailored to their organizations. In this presentation, we will give an introduction to VIA Connect, and look at how organizations may amplify their innovation capacity by tapping into the skills and talents of academic knowledge sources.

    Speakers:
    Daiana Fobian Nielsen

    Daiana Fobian Nielsen

    Flemming Binderup Gammelgaard

    Flemming Binderup Gammelgaard

  • 1220

    Regulatory and legal frameworks in Europe - ignition or burn out

    Ignition or burn out? This is the question we would like to address with reference to the effects of regulations and legal frameworks passed by the EU member States with the aim to regulate equity and lending crowdfunding mainly to protect the investors’ interests.

    Crowdfunding and Crowdinnovation are causing the dramatic raising of new financial markets and their regulations should support this raise rather than “kill the baby in its cradle”

    Speakers:
    Umberto Piattelli

    Umberto Piattelli

  • 1240

    Humanizing crowdfunding - institutional agenda for crisis prevention and crisis management

    The first part of this presentation will examine how crowdfunding can become an institutional mechanism for humanitarian crisis prevention and crisis management utilized by governments and the state at large for raising awareness and innovating on humanitarian operational financing, thus creating an institutionalized humanitarian crowdfunding ecosystem as well as an interactive and accountable digital governance framework.

    The second part will examine how institutionalized crowdfunding can be used to attract impact investors for national projects and infrastructure-building, bridging the gap between the private and public sector and encouraging private-public partnerships for the creation of a transparent and innovative framework of cooperation in projects which are economically, socially and environmentally sustainable.

    Speakers:
    Irene Demetriou-Rotsides

    Irene Demetriou

  • 1300

    Lunch Break - soul food and interactive networking

  • 1400

    Facilitating Crowdinnovation and value co-creation - lessons learned from a cross industry perspective

    Crowd-based innovation have a long tradition. Centuries ago, Filippo Brunelleschi organized a tournament on structural planning to successfully overcome technical hurdles in building the dome of the Florence Cathedral.

    The formula for success has not changed since then; however the Internet allows for a tremendously more efficient and effective use of crowd innovation due to the easy access to a global network of creative minds. Giordano Koch will present recent cross industry examples how companies may benefit from customized crowdsourcing initiatives in diverse areas such as technology, innovation, business development, design, HR, marketing, sales management, or in entirely new fields.

    Speakers:
    Giordano Koch

    Giordano Koch

  • 1420

    Politics, Business and Crowd - democratic heritage for a future EU framework

    Crowdfunding is struggling to reach scale and professionalism. Business models remain in flux. Only a handful of platforms so far have reached operational scale, and those in general with the help of institutional investors (lending, equity) or significant reach of a global supporter base (US reward platforms).

    Increasing interest from institutional investors and corporations seems to change the playing field of Crowdfunding, while its innovative promise has not yet reached its full potential. We are at a turning point that requires a transparent and proactive vision to be jointly embraced by the sector, if we are to see a truly professional sector arise and deliver impact.

    Speakers:
    Oliver Gajda

    Oliver Gajda

  • 1440

    CrowdFunding as a tool of business transformation to micro enterprises

    Speakers:
    Karol Krol

    Karol Krol

  • 1500

    Crowdsourcing and API Economy. Innovative business models and cases studies that disrupt organizational value chains through open processes and participation

    Speakers:
    Karamanolis Giorgos

    Giorgos Karamanolis

  • 1520

    Crowd funding in municipalities by the example of Oestrich-Winkel

    With the crowdlending project for the fire department in Oestrich-Winkel (Germany), LeihDeinerStadtGeld.de started successfully the world’s first crowdfinance solution for governing authorities. By this offer, municipal entities discover a new way towards citizen involvement in the digital age. Johannes Laub, Managing Director of CrowdDesk GmbH, will give you an insight into the challenges of municipal crowdfinance.

    Speakers:
    Johannes Laub

    Johannes Laub

  • 1535

    Brain Pause - Coffee and Networking Break

  • 1600

    Crowdfunding's next frontier - CrowdBusiness

    Speakers:
    Ronald Kleverlaan

    Ronald Kleverlaan

  • 1620

    Consumer collaboration in the future - the force of the crowd

    The conception of much of the future technology that will become our world is predestined in the startup companies of today. The forces that affect these companies, and the prospectors who invest in them, not only drive but limit the innovations they create.

    Imagine a time when all of the technology around you is created in short cycles of greed, driven by a venture-capital mindset of selling out after three years for ten times the investment. Creating longer-term strategies to make the world a better place for everyone only happens through collaboration and co-creation.

    Fortunately, crowdfunding can provide a balance. Using the power of the crowd to look forward to a better future, test the market and ideas as you go along, and create a longer tail of technology investment can help to create a future not dominated by only a few large corporations and their growth strategies.

    This discussion will focus on engaging the crowd to create a solid vision for the future by empowering people, creating a shared vision, and delivering social and economic benefits.

    Speakers:
    Marc Dillon

    Marc Dillon

  • 1640

    How governments can support the growing crowd economy

    Crowdfunding is fastly emerging as an economy to be reckoned with. But the regulatory framework necessary to continue this growth is still lacking behind. Why is it so hard for Governments to create clear and understandable rules for crowdfunding? In a world ever more digitalized and where business can easily move from one country to the next, Governments need to adapt faster and be more flexible to changes if they want to keep the competitive advantage to their neighbours.

    Speakers:
    Kristine Pontoppidan

    Kristine Pontoppidan

  • 1700

    Crowdsourcing with purpose and value - our responsibility as leaders

    As a group of crowdsourcing thought leaders and practitioners how can we better lead our industry at home and abroad. What is our responsibility to shape it and what might be our predictions for the future.

    Speakers:
    Shelley Kuipers

    Shelley Kuipers

  • 1720

    "Crowdfunding ... Rethought" - Direct investments in tradable inventions with clear exit scenarios

    Crowdfunding is a rapidly increasing market in Europe. In addition, due to the globalization patents became an extremely important asset for companies of any size.

    CrowdPatent combines the crowdfunding and patent markets, and offers crowd-investors a completely new asset class – InventionShares. Crowdfunding is used to finance patent applications for inventions having high monetization potential. Resulting IP rights are tradable worldwide.

    Speakers:
    Yorck R. Hernandez

    Yorck Hernandez

  • 1745

    Crowds Renewing Value Creation

    When our memes evolve in the intersection with internet technologies – and sharing [economy], experiences [economy], anything-as-a-service [economy] come into competition with the thought of “ownership”, the value of crowd and its’ behavior can be captured, analysed and cultivated directly to the flow of exchange. The behavior of crowds create value, which can be recognised and measured with other means (e.g. NPS) than currency. And when we learn more from crowd economy, the better we can evaluate its’ value with conventional means of exchange e.g. money.

    Crowdsourcing-crowdfunding-crowdworking-crowdEVERYTHING will become business as usual, not only in internet economy but in the conventional economy as well. Let’s look at the Ferris Wheel of crowd value and see how neatly it resonates with the capabilities we link to a traditional economy.

    Speakers:
    Pia Erkinheimo

    Pia Erkinheimo

  • 930

    Crowdfunding for financing Renewable Energy Projects

    This workshop is hosted by Osborne & Clarke

    We are currently seeing a deceleration of renewable energy growth in Europe because of the decreased lending capacity of banks resulting from the global financial crisis as well as the budgetary restrictions of renewable energy support schemes making further market uptake of renewable energy a challenge. The reduced access to conventional financing options over the past few years has triggered innovative financing schemes to emerge, with crowdfunding attracting a lot of attention.

    In this workshop, we will look at key opportunities and challenges for crowdfunding as an increasingly popular method for raising capital for renewable energy projects. Crowdfunding platforms and renewable energy project developers face different issues, but both operate in a context of rapidly changing regulatory environments and shifting perceptions among potential investors and the general public.

    We will provide insights on the regulatory framework with a snapshot of the overall landscape in Europe, combined with an in-depth focus on recent developments such as the regulatory response in Germany to high profile insolvencies in the renewable energy sector and its implications for crowdfunding. We will add to this emerging insights from an ongoing Europe wide survey of stakeholder perceptions, which will shed light on key themes for both developers and platforms to focus on. Take part in the survey! www.crowdfundres.eu

    Speakers:
    Tanja Aschenbeck-Florange

    Tanja Aschenbeck-Florange

    Matthias Klaes

    Matthias Klaes

  • 1045

    Leveraging the Potential of Digital Innovation

    This workshop is hosted by Hyve

    Digital technologies rapidly change the way we live, act, and think. An increasing range of products and services—from wearables, cars, and toys to household appliances, medical devices—become smart and interactive. The digital revolution forces more and more companies to rethink the nature of their business model, and it continues to change the role and value of IT in innovation.

    Digital-centric businesses need new solutions, business models, and management practices to accelerate innovation and ensure sustaining success. During the workshop we will collaboratively work on first ideas and concepts how digital innovation may affect your respective business.

    Speakers:
    Giordano Koch

    Giordano Koch

  • 1200

    Predictive Crowding - Leverage Crowd Intelligence in the Innovation Process

    In this workshop we will identify predictive crowding as a concept to support the assessment of disruptive ideas in SMEs based on a conceptual framework which can be used by practitioners as well as researchers. The discussion topics proposed aim to provide in-depth insights in crowd sourced innovation practice and investigate the potential of expert crowds. The workshop will provide new views on what aspects need to be considered and what decisions are to be made by managers and aims to encourage crowdsourcing in the context of disruptive ideas.

    We will support the discussion with initial research results based on a mixed-methods approach that was deployed using a web- based questionnaire and expert interviews. The questionnaire collected quantitative as well as qualitative data from 36 industry experts sampled at a leading international crowd sourcing conference. Furthermore, seven semi-structured expert interviews were performed to get in-depth insight into processes and the reasons and motives behind the respective crowd sourcing project set-ups.

    Main findings were that there is still ambiguity in terms of what makes the concept really effective. It was found, that the overall popularity of using an external crowd to assess ideas is relatively low compared to traditional idea assessment methods in the context of both, incremental and disruptive idea assessment. Nevertheless, the method shows one of the highest scores in terms of perceived effectivity, but is just not very frequently applied. However, what seems relatively clear is that especially in the context of disruptive ideas, purposefully selected expert crowds are considered to be more suitable, than undefined heterogeneous amateur crowds. Moreover, findings show that limitations of using the crowd to assess disruptive ideas are largely related to organizational culture. Especially when implementing disruptive ideas change management is a critical factor, as there is often resistance by employees and not many companies are willing to take this risk.

    Speakers:
    Prof. Dr. Thomas Peisl

    Prof. Dr. Thomas Peisl

  • 1445

    New eDemocracy Era and Tools for Cities

    This workshop is hosted by the city of Helsinki

    The workshop discusses and showcases how cities could and should open up their processes and take advantage of new tools enabling crowdsourcing and collective actions of citizens towards the issues that are being processed in the city’s decision making bodies. Case City of Helsinki will be presented to kick-off the workshop.

  • 1400

    Crowd@Work with a twist– welcome to new work!

    As Jeremy Rifkin (2014) said: “The biggest single impact of the zero marginal cost society is to labour”. We are seeing how crowds contribution is benefitting the society and creating value so much that the value is turned to money and money paid to the contributors themselves. With the help of internet, the contributions i.e. work is being orchestrated in a way that motivates people and helps to get the best out of them. Co-creation and learning flourish, and participation to value creation is made flexible and accessible to all. Welcome to New Work!

    Panelists:

    Audiodraft www.audiodraft.com – FI CEO, co-founder Teemu Yli-Hollo
    Go work a bit – www.goworkabit.com – EE CEO, co-founder Kristjan Vanaselja
    Microtask – www.microtask.com FI/US – CEO, founder Ville Miettinen
    Scoopshot – www.scoopshot.com FI/UK/US – CEO, founder Petri Rahja
    Solved www.solved.fi – FI – EVP – co-founder Santtu Hulkkonen

    Moderator: Pia Erkinheimo, DIGILE, Head of Crowds&Communities This panel is hosted by Digile

  • 1710

    Payment - experiences, challenges and future of cross-border transfers

    This panel is hosted by Mangopay , CrowdDesk and Venturate

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