New Crowdsourcing Service Design Challenge from BILD

Create smart new distribution channels, touchpoints and POS cooperations for the printed BILD edition.

The crowdsouring platform Jovoto has opened up a new challange for those eager to step into a service design challange. This time, it's the German news hub BILD that is setting up the brief. 

This challenge is thematically focussed on exploring and expanding the potential and possibilities of traditional printed media in the digital age. 

 

What’s the task?

The Print Push Trilogy continues into the second exciting round. Join Print Push #2 to develop new distribution channels, PoS cooperations to push BILD sales.

Print Push #1: Create new touchpoints in existing distribution channels.
Print Push #2: Create new distribution channels and PoS cooperations to boost BILD.
Print Push #3: Create add-ons & other customization ideas to make buying BILD more attractive.

 

What’s in it for me?

Earn from the total award pool of €16,000.

Take a closer look at the challange and sign up to take part on the Jovoto Website

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