Entries by crowdcomfort

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Broadcasting Solutions vs. Building Solutions

The Instant Enterprise Economy offers people a way to instantly broadcast their opinions, but what about a way to instantly build solutions?   Applications, digital tools, social media, social networking, and similar platforms have created a way for people to instantly connect, and instantly complain. For example: Yelp, the controversial app Peeple, have the ability […]

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Buildings, their lifespans, and why they’re “Time-Tested”

Buildings are unique in that they decay, age, and most importantly, adapt over time. Why is that?   Buildings are like the human body—they emerge from construction full of promise and potential. And yet, over time, systems become a bit more rickety, slower to respond, and generally less efficient. In such circumstances, the facility manager […]

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CrowdComfort on 2016: New Year, Same Passion

  CrowdComfort is tremendously grateful for the support, enthusiasm, and results we’ve generated in 2015. It’s been a blockbuster year for us—in terms of getting to work with some of our country’s most influential companies—and we can’t wait to carry this success into 2016.   To this effect, we thought we’d share a brief, heartfelt explanation […]


Crowdsourcing: Expect these changes in 2016

    As we end 2015, there’s tremendous momentum behind crowdsourcing, with some of the world’s most innovative products choosing platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo as their launching pad. And, with crowdsourcing projected to outpace traditional venture capital in 2016, there’s no reason to believe this might change anytime soon.   But, like all things, […]