Monday, July 6, 2009

How a Crowdsourced Restaurant Is Creating a Community

At the heart of Elements is a community. So describes one of the newer and more interesting examples of crowdsourcing, started by Linda Welch, the owner of a pet day care company and the former campaign treasurer for Ralph Nader’s 2000 presidential bid. And the idea is fairly simple—a restaurant formed by a “beta community” of over 400 online members that will be opened in 2009 in Washington, D.C. serving raw and organic foods. Crowdsourcing has been popping up more and more lately (See previous 3P post on crowdsourced apparel here), and has really espoused the 2.0, open-source ethic to redefine entrepreneurialism these days. Amongst others, it addresses one of the biggest issues faced by any new venture—capital.To Learn More click Here

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