Spurring Innovation Via Public Challenge

Spurring Innovation Via Public Challenge

The contest challenged Americans to submit their most innovative ideas and designs to one or both parts of the Challenge, the IdeaBank, which captured 140-character ideas and the App Design Challenge, which allowed submitters to upload more detailed explanations for an app, articulating a plan for the feasibility of building the app and its potential for market sustainability. All eligible ideas and designs were featured publicly on the Challenge website, and submitters of the winning ideas and designs were awarded cash prizes. This paper represents D2D and CFSI's reflections on the results of this first Challenge.

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