Matt is the co-founder of Datacoup and the co-organizer of #PDNYC, New York’s largest meetup for discussing the pros and cons of living in the world of ubiquitous digitized personal data. Acknowledging that regular people are the ones generating the information that gets collected and sold for an well over $15 billion a year, Matt founded Datacoup to provide a way for people to get part of that revenue. By using Datacoup, people are informed where their data is collected and receive a portion of the revenue when it’s sold. Prior to founding Datacoup, Matt had a career on Wall Street working in fixed income with Deutsche Bank Securities, CRT Capital and Lehman Brothers.
Björn is CEO & Co. Founder of digital toy company, Toca Boca. Björn has led Toca Boca applications to more than 50 million downloads, and the products are currently available in over 160 countries. Toca Boca has won two National Parenting Association awards, as well as a US Mom’s Choice award.
In this video, Rodrigo Nino talks about why crowd-sourcing provides the answer to successful and economical growth.