Crowdfunding perfects real estate investment by giving the public the opportunity actualize ideas that they want implemented.
These judges will dole out $50K in prizes for PSFK x Prodigy’s crowdsourced competition to design a hotel for the modern business traveler.
PSFK in partnership with Prodigy examine the trends driving changes around work, lifestyle and health and their impact on the business traveler.
PSFK Labs looks at the power of citizens to raise the collective resources and benefits available to a city's entire population.
Rodrigo Nino, CEO of Prodigy Network, is moving urban funding into the hands of the public in Bogota, Colombia.
Training programs are up for grabs from a growing number of Fortune 500 companies.
PSFK helps launch MyIdealCity, a crowdsourced plan to redesign a city in South America.
Campaign for the major French fashion house causes controversy in France as people accuse it of glamorizing sex work.
A concept design would see thirsty consumers using any cash they had at the multiple-currency drink dispensers.
In an interesting campaign, Forbes Magazine presents an alternate picture of the world without some of the important billionaires of our time.
Medicines campaigners target Abbott over the high price of its Aids drug, Kaletra. Meanwhile an independent but GAVI-funded study shows the roll-out of pneumococcal vaccine it is supporting is cost-effective.
Brazil's Magazine Luiza boosted its sales with an innovating "pop-up" marketing campaign from Ogilvy.
With the crisis now in its fifth year, it's plain that the rich and powerful have restructured society toward ever-greater inequality.