We’ve awarded more than $20 million to thousands of brilliant Solvers from around the world. But, it’s not just about the financial reward. Whether you list your award on your CV or join the exclusive Winning Solvers group on LinkedIn, your accomplishment is guaranteed to attract attention.
“I’ve been interviewed by several magazines, including Forbes, Business Week, Business 2.0, MIT Technology Review, The Wall Street Journal, and The Boston Globe. I’ve been interviewed on NPR, and was invited to give a lecture on crowdsourcing at IMD, a business school in Lausanne, Switzerland. So, I have greatly benefitted from being an InnoCentive problem solver, much more than by the financial award I received.”
David Bradin, winner of “Synthesis to 1,2,3,4-butanetetracarboxylic acid”