Calgary, Canada, November 12, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Chaordix announced it has been selected as a finalist for Canada’s Hottest Innovation Companies in the Digital Media category by the Canadian Innovation Exchange. Each year, the Canadian Innovation Exchange searches for Canada's most innovative technology-based companies in Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), Clean Technology and Digital Media.
Chaordix CEO Shelley Kuipers will present the Chaordix vision to a gathering of leaders of major corporations, entrepreneurs, government, media and investors at the CIX 2010 event on December 7, 2010 at the MaRS Discovery Centre, Toronto. CIX brings together key players in the innovation economy to showcase and accelerate the development of the great technology-based innovation companies from Canada.
Chaordix is building a global crowdsourcing network of managed communities that generate on-demand research and innovation for world leading brands. Chaordix lets companies capitalize on relationships with their employees, customers, partners and the general public and give those people a direct say in helping improve the products and brands they care about. Organizations like Orange, IBM, PwC and the University of Oxford rely on Chaordix to help them engage their “crowds” to identify and predict opportunities, co-create new products and services, solve R&D problems and deepen brand loyalty.
"Chaordix has been helping drive innovation through crowdsourcing for companies across the globe, resulting in co-creation of new products and services, greater market insight, and clearer market-driven direction for brands,” said Kuipers. “It’s wonderful to see our accomplishments in crowdsourcing and open innovation recognized both internationally and in our own backyard.”