Last week we reported that Mark Cuban was asking Mavericks fans for new uniform ideas. Now we have an exclusive first look at the designs that have been submitted so far, some of which are pretty good and some of which are, well, interesting. Let's take a look at some of the more notable ones (all images courtesy of CrowdSpring; click images to enlarge).
Every day we hand out a tiny brochure about our businesses without even realizing it. Look at the stacks on your desk, the deck in your drawer or the stash in your wallet. Business cards, in all sizes, shapes and colors, are everywhere. And yet, while we all understand that a business card is a necessity, we often fail to see it as a marketing opportunity.
Mark Cuban is crowdsourcing a new uniform design for the Dallas Mavericks, but the billionaire entrepreneur warned: the winning designer’s sole reward will be bragging rights, although he “may even throw in some tickets.”
Now a Chicago-based startup, crowdSpring is getting in on the design fest and sweetening the deal a bit: It is hosting the project for the Dallas Maverickswith Cuban’s permission on its platform, and also offering a $1,000 prize if the winning designer enters via crowdSpring.
Entrepreneurial hero and NBA team owner Mark Cuban is no stranger to skipping the so-called "normal" way of doing things.
The world got one more example of Cuban's unique approach to business and sports team ownership on Tuesday afternoon. He used his personal blog to announce that his Dallas Mavericks plan to give their game uniforms a makeover for the 2015-2016 NBA season — but there's a catch.