BOLD Awards Announce Five Nominees in Each of Twelve Categories | IoT For All

BOLD Awards Announce Five Nominees in Each of Twelve Categories


Online voting has now ended and we are delighted to share the names of the final five nominees in each of the 12 categories of the first annual BOLD Awards outstanding crowdsourcing project, launched by Crowdsourcing Week team.

The online votes that were cast will count for 50% of the final decisions, and the introduction of our international panel of judges to the process will also account for 50% of the overall selection of winners. Judges will evaluate each nominee on the basis of Level of Impact 40%, Scalability 30%, Transparency 20%, and H-factor 10% (Human & Social).

In conjunction with our event co-hosts H-FARM the final award ceremony will take place at a gala dinner held at their campus in Venice, Italy, on April 5. Attendance is limited mainly to the award winners, category sponsors, corporate partners and investors, though you can still Apply to Attend if you think you’ve got what it takes to be among the BOLDEST:

Here are the nominees

Crowdsourced Online PlatformOpen Innovation
1. Mindhive1. Open Cosmos
2. RAPPLER2. Qempo
3. Nestle3. Paytomat
4. Mindsumo4. Myfreight
5. REMA5. Memomi
Space FrontierArtificial Intelligence
1. Open Cosmos1. ScienceAtHome
2. Space For Humanity2. Directly
3. SpacePharma3. Plan A
4. SteamJet4. Fundbox
5. OffWorld5. FarmaTrust
Scientific ProjectBlockchain Platform
1. BEES – BE a citizEn Scientist1. MedicoHealth
2. GenetX2. Paytomat
3. ScienceatHome3. PolyXchange
4. Gut Instinct4. PHLO – Satoshi
5. Medical Cooling5. Canlead
ICO/CryptocurrencyFuture Robot
1. MakerDao & DAI stablecoin1. MARA
2. Vaultoro2. ROVENSO
3. DAOstack3. Robo Retail
4. Menapay4. Digital Twins
5. MedicoHealth5. Vostok
Marketing & AdvertisingCrowdfunding
1. Earth Hour 20181. borrow a boat
2. Inde2. StartupItalia
3. PUBG Mobile – Viral Nation3. Tam Development llc
4. Rebuild Kerala Project4. Scribit
5. StartupItalia5. RAPPLER
Young Achiever Under 25Boldest Innovator
1. Francesco Bellanca – Feral Horses1. Plan A
2. Prashanth Balasubramanian – Lastbit2. Robo Retail
3. Boris Povod – WINGS Foundation3. Medical Cooling
4. Salshabilla Adriani4. Memomi
5. Rob Wilson – CrowdReach5. CBOT Physiotherapeutical Robot

The judges will study the submissions and reach their decisions in early April. Though, naturally we’re not going to say anything beforehand to spoil the Awards Dinner on April 5th in Venice, Italy, at H-FARM.

About H-FARM:

H-FARM is an innovation platform which supports the creation of new business models, as well as the digital transformation and education of young people and Italian companies. Founded in January 2005, H-FARM was the first in the world to adopt a model that brought together education, investments, and business consultancy in one place.

Since its founding until today, H-FARM has invested €27,3M to support the development of over a hundred innovative companies, has helped 200 of the most important international brands take advantage of the opportunities made possible by digital transformation and educates more than 1.000 students through an international and digital didactic path.

Structured like a campus, it is destined to become the most important innovation hub in Europe and is currently undergoing an expansion that will grow its facilities from 14,000 mq of buildings with a 20-hectare park to 42,000 mq of buildings distributed over 51 hectares of land close to Venice. H-FARM employs more than 600 people in 5 different locations in Italy and is considered a singularity at an international level. BOLD Awards will be hosted in the events room and the evening will continue on the terrace together with lots of surprises.

Press Office H-FARM:
Giulia Franchin: [email protected]
Gaia Veronese: [email protected]

About Crowdsourcing Week:

Crowdsourcing Week is the first global platform on crowdsourcing and open innovation. As the global network and forum for the Crowd Economy, CSW is committed to help organizations, innovators and entrepreneurs transition into a more open, connected, and socially productive society enabled by the Internet and online tools powered by the crowds.

Press Office BOLD Awards:
Mia Zamora: [email protected]

Facebook: @BOLDAwardsGlobal
Twitter: @Bold_Awards
Instagram: @boldawards
#BOLDAwards #BOLDAwardsGlobal #beBOLD

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