The Digital Community: CoDE, crowdfunding and ‘Back the Boat’

CoDE is thrilled to be a corporate sponsor of Surrey Women’s Rowing: we sponsored the second prize for the NatWest Crowdfunding Challenge. The USSU Boat Club attracted almost 50 supporters in three days to finish second; the boat club won our £100 sponsorship, and CoDE won the alarming prospect of a Learn-to-Row tank session at […]

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Crowdfunding in the Classroom: Before the Crowd, the Gaggle

A new Digital initiative at Surrey Business School’s Entrepreneurship MSc The question: how can Surrey Business School support student crowdfunding projects more effectively? The solution: a fiendishly clever initiative called Gaggle Connect. Gaggle Connect is an interactive forum to develop project ideas through crowdsourcing– whether business, community, funding or just fun.  Instead of raising money, […]

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‘Enter, Riding a Folding Scooter’: eFOLDi and the Entrepreneurship MSc

CoDE’s crowdfunding specialist Jim Sears, Senior Teaching Fellow in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, is combining the synergies of crowdfunding, technical innovation, and local enterprise to develop the Entrepreneurship MSc at Surrey Business School . This is one of CoDE’s key aims too: to work across traditional ‘silos’ to tackle the trickiest problems the Digital Economy can […]

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