What you need to learn from a ten year old girl about crowdsourcing.

Crowdsourcing and ten year old Vivienne Harr’s lemonade stand share significant and abundant similarities. In fact, Vivienne’s lemonade stand embodies the concept of crowdsourcing in a captivating and effective way.

Vivienne began her entrepreneurial journey when she started selling lemonade on the side of the road to raise money for human trafficking victims. She had a sign that simply read “Make a Stand.” Aptly named because she was encouraging people to buy her lemonade and make a stand against slavery. The “Make a Stand” movement evolved into a lemonade business that has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for human trafficking victims.