Collaboration was the objective of Globalisation 2.0. But thanks to skewed tax systems, trade protectionism, currency manipulation and nations looking inward globalisation has taken a hit. However, thanks to the Internet, Collaborizm, born out of University of Miami, has been able to make 1,15,000 engineers connect with each other globally to engineer solutions. Steven Reubenstone, the founder, says knowledge-sharing globally should not go away because it is what inspires creativity and problem-solving. There are maker websites and fund raising platforms like GoFundme, Maker Shed and Makerzine that connect ideas globally. But Collaborizm works on a unique business model, where solutions are built for companies and the engineers get paid for their freelance work…read on here.