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Wednesday, May 18

9:30am CEST

Sharing, Collaborating and Relational Goods

Sharing means collaborating. And collaboration stands for “an exchange in which the participants benefit from the encounter” (Sennet 2012)[1]. Doing so, they exchange something (time, experiences, expertise) to achieve a mutually recognized result. At the same time, they produce, as precious side effect, relational goods, as trust, friendliness, empathy, mutual attention and care.

 My proposal is to use this relational goods production as norm of reading to evaluate sharing innovations and their evolution from first ideas to mature solutions.


Adopting this point of view, it can be easily recognized that, where at the beginning the majority of sharing ideas and practices were collaborative and capable to produce relational goods, in their evolution towards maturity, different innovation paths have been followed. The result is that some of them have totally lost their original collaborative character, and some others maintained it, adapting it to the new conditions. That is, finding the way to extend collaborative behaviours from the initial small groups of enthusiasts, to larger number of active, but far less committed actors.


My presentation focuses on this second path and, moving from here, discusses how sharing innovations can evolve, become mature and spread maintaining their collaborative dimension. That is, producing, reproducing and amplifying relational goods in the normal everybody’s everyday life. In other words, my proposal is that, for the sharing movement, after the gold rush there could be the challenging perspective of a disruptive normality: a condition in which, for a growing number of people, it becomes normal to think and behave in contrast with the unsustainable ideas and behaviours that, unfortunately, are still mainstream. 

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Ezio Manzini

Professor, DESIS Network, University of the Arts, London, Politecnico di Milano
For more than two decades he has been working in the field of design for sustainability. Most recently, his interests have focussed on social innovation, considered as a major driver of sustainable changes. In this perspective he started DESIS: an international network of schools... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 9:30am - 9:45am CEST

9:45am CEST

Making The Open City
Citizen-led initiatives in Barcelona, Amsterdam and Bristol are currently demonstrating that it is possible to put people at the heart of smart city innovation and technology at the service of society. Tackling urban issues by appropriating technology, discussing data ownership and privacy, and exploring commoning and sharing dynamics they aim to co-create more inclusive, open and resilient cities. This presentation sheds light on how citizens are catalysing a new wave in smart city design that challenges existing power structures, amplifies the range of available solutions to urban issues and therefore creates value and opportunities for all. 

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Mara Balestrini

Partner and Director of Research, Ideas for Change
Making Sense EU

Wednesday May 18, 2016 9:45am - 10:00am CEST

10:00am CEST

Institutions in the age of algorithms, and why we still need them
This talk will try to outline some of the possible features of Twenty-First Century institutions and large organisations for a future that looks both more human and networked, but also more automated and robotic. Looking back at the role institutions have historically played as custodians of shared values, I will try to make a positive case for how they could protect and extend our new shared network-era values in both the commercial and non-commercial domains.

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Lee Bryant

Director, Post*Shift
Lee Bryant is passionate about using social technology to put humans front and centre of the way we do things in the Twenty-First Century. He has been playing with words and computers since the age of 10, but it was in the mid-1990s, whilst working in international politics and diplomacy... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:00am - 10:15am CEST

10:15am CEST

How to Fund Communities and Movements Transparently

The Internet has so far been really good at helping people to do things together. But once there is money involved, we still need to create 20th century legal entities and collect money in black boxes. In this talk, we will explore how we can fund our communities today in a transparent way to make sure they have the financial resources to sustain themselves and to have a larger impact on society.

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Xavier Damman

Ceo at Open Collective, Open Collective
Xavier is a contributor to OpenCollective, a new form of association that enables communities to collect and disburse money transparently. Before that, Xavier was the cofounder/CEO of Storify, an application to publish social media used by news organizations and community managers... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:15am - 10:30am CEST

10:30am CEST

Town Halls for Mass Collaborative Innovation and Impact
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Imandeep Kaur

Co - Founder / Director, Impact Hub Birmingham
Immy is a co-founder of Impact Hub Birmingham, a network of citizens, makers, doers, entrepreneurs, activists and dreamers committed to building a better Birmingham and better world. Powered by a 6,000 sq. ft. collaborative workshop in the heart of Birmingham, the Impact Hub is an... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:30am - 10:45am CEST

10:45am CEST

Daan Weddepohl: "How to build a true sharing company: reality vs romance"
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Daan Weddepohl

CEO, Peerby
I love technology and I love people. I find it amazing that that i’m able to use technology to bring people together. Peerby gives people an excuse to ring their neighbours doorbell and help each other out; Two strangers meeting for the very first time. It’s how human relationships... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 10:45am - 11:00am CEST

11:30am CEST

Booting the Shadow Aristocracy

The upcoming revolution of trust-commoditization will fundamentally alter power structures in society, disenfranchising institutions and its constituents born into a role of assumed guardianship of our economic and political world. I'll discuss why they were there the in first place, what has changed and throw some ideas around for how it might play out.

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Gavin Wood

Founder, Ethcore Limited
Before founding Ethcore, Dr. Gavin Wood was the Chief Technology Officer and co­founder of the Ethereum Project. During his time with the project, he co-­designed, formalised and implemented the Ethereum Protocol, created the Whisper protocol and devised the DEVp2p network protocol... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:30am - 11:45am CEST

11:45am CEST

Plantoid & DAOs : Blockchain-based Life Forms
Artist & researcher Primavera De Filippi has created a new species. It’s called Plantoid, and it’s difficult to describe in a single sentence. At first glance, it appears to be a mechanical sculpture, but taking a closer look it reveals itsself more as a mechanical creature.
Primavera tells the story of the Plantoid as a “distributed autonomous organisation” or DAO, which is a quasi-legal entity that exists as executable code on the blockchain. Every Plantoid implements its own DAO, allowing it to interact with the real world.

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Primavera De Filippi

Researcher & Faculty Associate, CERSA/CNRS and Berkman-Klein Center / Harvard
Primavera De Filippi is a Permanent Researcher at the National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS) in Paris, a Faculty Associate at the Berkman-Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, and a Visiting Fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:45am - 12:00pm CEST

12:00pm CEST

Blockchain beyond Bitcoin
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Vinay Gupta

Strategic Architect, Consensys Systems
Vinay Gupta is a strategic architect at Consensys Systems. He was the project manager for the first Ethereum releases, and spends a lot of time figuring out how to communicate blockchain technology concepts, and make this new world more accessible to people.

Wednesday May 18, 2016 12:00pm - 12:15pm CEST

3:00pm CEST

Zero Waste Cities: From Collaboration to Transition
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Flore Berlingen

Connector @OuiShare, Directrice @ZeroWasteFrance
Flore Berlingen est depuis fin 2013 la directrice de Zero Waste France, une association de protection de l'environnement spécialiste de la question des déchets. A ce titre, elle est l'une des porte-paroles du mouvement et spécialiste de la démarche zéro déchet, zéro gaspillage... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:00pm - 3:15pm CEST

3:00pm CEST

The Promise of a Centerless World

Decentralization is already here, but it hasn't been evenly distributed. Based on his research, William Mougayar describes where we are in decentralization along three dimensions: Trust: Law, Governance, Industry Services (Financial, Government, Trade, Healthcare), Wealth: Economic Production, Flow of value, Transactions, and Information: Content, Privacy, Security. In this talk, Mougayar also defines the building blocks of decentralization: Peer-to-Peer Models, Trust-based Systems and Services, Autonomous Organizations, and Wealth Creation Methods in the New Crypto-Economy.

Keynote by William Mougayar + Q&A by Brennan Novak 

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Brennan Novak

UX Designer / Developer, Transparency Toolkit, Qubes OS
Brennan Novak has been designing and building for the web sincethe late 90s and participating in IndieWebCamp community since2010. In 2013 he successfully helped crowdfund the encryptedemail project Mailpile. Currently, he works on security focusedQubes OS.

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William Mougayar

General Partner, Virtual Capital Ventures
I'm an entrepreneur, investor, blogger, mentor to startups, and advisor to large enterprises. Expert researcher on blockchain technologies, decentralization and peer-to-peer models. Author of The Business Blockchain (Wiley), and the upcoming book, Centerless (Wiley). Boards/Advisory... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:00pm - 3:30pm CEST

3:15pm CEST

A Case for Truly Smart and Sustainable Cities

Based on research for our MIT book “Sharing Cities”, this presentation argues the case for cities to harness sharing for justice and sustainability. I will highlight the failings of economic framings of sharing and smartness, which position commercial intermediaries as the go-to experts on sharing; rather than the cities, charities and communities that have much longer and deeper experience in managing shared resources, spaces, infrastructures, facilities and services.

Such framings also underlie fruitless polarized public debate over the potential and role of commercial sharing platforms such as Uber and Airbnb. Genuine sharing cities need to both enable and regulate the collaborative economy. But they also have the power and opportunity to harness the potential of sharing to rebuild social capital and a shared urban commons. I will outline ways in which cities that open themselves to cultural and political disruption can flourish by engaging with the rich diversity of sharing practices and organisations that are enabled by modern technologies and collective values. 

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Duncan McLaren

Director, mclaren environmental
Author of 'Sharing Cities: A case for truly smart and sustainable cities' (MIT Press 2015). Advisor to Friends of the Earth's 'Big Ideas' project (https://www.foe.co.uk/page/big-ideas-change-world). Also researching justice implications of climate engineering.

Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:15pm - 3:30pm CEST

5:00pm CEST

e-Residency: experimenting worldwide digital inclusion

e-Residency: experimenting worldwide digital inclusionKaspar will take you through the journey of e-Residency, which is perhaps one of the most important government experiments in the 21st century. The experiment started nearly 20 years ago after Estonia decided to become a fully digital society and issuing to every resident a digital identity. In his talk, Kaspar shares how e-Residency has taken the next step to enable every person globally to become an e-Estonian and join this new global village. You may end up believing that planet can be a country of everybody.

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Kaspar Korjus

e-Residency Programme Director, Government of Estonia
Kaspar Korjus (28) is the Managing Director of e-Residency in the Government of Estonia.  Kaspar leads a team of eight that is working to build a digital society of 10 million e-Estonians by 2025. After earning a BSc and MSc in e-Business from Lancaster University, Kaspar was invited... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:00pm - 5:15pm CEST

5:15pm CEST

The State of The Nation: Blockchains, Not Borders
The Nation State, as we know it, is going away. It’s an outdated construct that does more harm than good, because of its ‘one-size-fits-all’ modality. How do we ensure that the post-nation state reality doesn’t turn into an even more dystopian society, a la 1984? By creating open source protocols for city states and virtual nations, we will build a free and competitive market for governance. Indeed, two already existing models will be discussed, Liberland and Bitnation.

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Susanne Tarkowski Tempelhof

Susanne is an international entrepreneur, tech investor, and writer. She has worked in Sweden, France, Brazil, China, Afghanistan, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, United States, Libya, Egypt, Ghana and Indonesia in the past. In 2008 she started Wise Strategic Communication (WSC... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:15pm - 5:30pm CEST

5:30pm CEST

Fairpay: a trustless, distributed payment system
Each time we pay with a credit card we are charged 3-5 percent. Billions of euros reach hands that shouldn't have this money, governments can't do anything to stop it because of European law, so it is up to us.

This is our chance. If we don't take it over on a community level, it will all stay in the hands of the multinationals.

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Herve Falciani

While known for his role in the Swissleaks scandal, he has been working for years as consultant for governments, public administrations and NGO. He is particularly involved in anti-fraud and sustainable projects and as such advises political parties like Podemos in Spain or MoVimento... Read More →

Wednesday May 18, 2016 5:30pm - 5:45pm CEST
Thursday, May 19

9:20am CEST

Rodrigo Baggio: "Developing leaders to scale system's change"
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Rodrigo Baggio

President, CDI
Rodrigo Baggio is the founder and president of the CDI (Center for Digital Inclusion), a global NGO headquartered in Brazil that seeks to empower people to fight poverty, stimulate entrepreneurship and create change makers through the use of information and communication technology... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2016 9:20am - 9:35am CEST

9:35am CEST

Nilofer Merchant: "Be Warned: Copy Silicon Valley and You Will Surely Fail"

About 20 months ago, Nilofer arrived in Paris from Silicon Valley. While she's been here, she's been researching how new and novel ideas dent the world for an upcoming book (Onlyness, Penguin/2017). The European context combined with the discovery writing process has made her realize how much the truth doesn't match the myths and narratives of Silicon Valley: in fact, they are the opposite. 

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Nilofer Merchant

Author, The Social Era, Harvard Business Review
Nilofer Merchant has gone from admin to CEO to Corporate Director of a NASDAQtraded company along her 20-year career. She is called the "Jane Bond of Innovation". Besides being a notable TED2013 speaker, her latest book, 11 Rules for Creating Value in the #SocialEra, published by Harvard Business Review Press, was... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2016 9:35am - 9:50am CEST

10:15am CEST

Introduction to Plaform Cooperativism
The seeds are being planted for a new kind of online economy—one owned and governed by the people who depend on it. For all the wonders the Internet brings us, it is dominated by an economics of monopoly, extraction, and surveillance. Ordinary users retain little control over their personal data, and the digital workplace is creeping into every corner of workers’ lives. Online platforms often exploit and exacerbate existing inequalities in society, even while promising to be the great equalizers. Could the Internet be owned and governed differently? What if Uber drivers could set up their own platform, or if cities could control their own version of Airbnb? What if we had an Internet of ownership?

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Nathan Schneider

Writer, Activist, Platform Cooperativism
Nathan Schneider is a scholar-in-residence of media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder whose work revolves around economy, technology, and religion. In 2014, he co-organized “Platform Cooperativism,” a pioneering conference on democratic online platforms at the New... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2016 10:15am - 10:30am CEST

10:30am CEST

Communities for Commons: Ideas for Engagement
Volunteer labor is all over the sharing economy. Much of it builds brands and economic value that becomes property of platforms themselves. Building better platforms means more than dialing-up "engagement" – it involves welcoming and supporting volunteer labor in all of its forms. This talk shares two stories, explores the tension of labor for lifestyle and livelihood, and pulls out lessons for cooperative and commons-based platforms.

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Danny Spitzberg

Principal, Peak Agency Collective
Danny Spitzberg is a user researcher based in Oakland, California. He is principal at peakagency.co, a collective that partners with cultural and economic justice projects to run campaigns. He organizes with the New Leaders Council–Oakland and is currently helping build seed.coop... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2016 10:30am - 10:45am CEST

10:45am CEST

Power to the Contributors? Governance Models in the Collaborative Economy
Today, collaborative organizations rely on many external contributors to provide the services they offer. How can platforms share the decision-making power with their external contributors? How can they reward and associate contributors while meeting their own organizational requirements? How can governance be a factor to make an organization more sustainable as well as making the stakeholders feel recognized? 
Many collaborative organizations are already experimenting with governance processes and structures in order to better integrate their stakeholders. To illustrate this, Marguerite will share the experience of 3 French examples drawn the study "Gouvernances", which she is co-leading for OuiShare:
- France Barter is a B2B barter system structured as a multistakeholder cooperative.  
- Mon Pti Voisinage is a neighborhood social network that aggregates collaborative services in a given area. 
- Practishare is a open source no nprofit platform that helps communities share solutions and organize knowledge. 

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Marguerite Grandjean

Connector, OuiShare
Marguerite is a futurist and director of studies for OuiShare, making sense of trends, experiments, and behaviors that are profoundly changing our economies and societies. Lately, she has been leading the "Governances" project at OuiShare, which looks at the creative ways in which... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2016 10:45am - 11:00am CEST

12:15pm CEST

Building an Open Data Hub: An Ecosystem of Open Information
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Rahul Kumar

Senior Vice President, Transdev
With over 15 years’ experience in the industry, Rahul Kumar has served in positions on all sides of the table. As Director of Planning for Foothill Transit in Los Angeles, California, Mr. Kumar designed and implemented the Agency’s first Bus Rapid Transit service. While working... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2016 12:15pm - 12:30pm CEST

3:00pm CEST

Factor Human: OuiShare's Experiment in Decentralization
In this talk, Francesca will share insights and learnings from the decentralization experiment carried out with the tool Backfeed for several weeks in the OuiShare Fest team. She will discuss the human barriers to implementing new tools and technologies, as well as the moral questions raised by the experiment. 

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Francesca PICK

Partner & Connector, Greaterthan, Ouishare
Francesca Pick is a collaboration catalyst, community catalyst and organizational consultant. As partner at Greaterthan and member of the global networks OuiShare and Enspiral, she works with people, teams and organizations at the forefront of decentralized, self-managed and participatory... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2016 3:00pm - 3:15pm CEST
Friday, May 20

2:00pm CEST

The City as an Individual Organism

This talk is about the city as a single organism.  

I'm the technology manager of an experimental micro-city called Arcosanti. It's a one-of-a-kind "urban laboratory" in the desert in Arizona. It's size, isolated location, founding philosophy, and commons infrastructure make it a perfect case-study to undersand the shifts that happen when the sharing economy reaches 80%+ of a population. 

We'll talk on how centralized "sharing economy" and social technologies can develop the city into a conscious being. What are the impliations for our life and work when we see the city as an extension of ourselves?  Come find out!


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Rob Jameson

Co-founder + CEO, AnyShare
Rob is a design scientist concerned with the interconnecting needs and resources. He is the CEO and cofounder at AnyShare (anysha.re), the first completely cooperative business in US history. It lets anyone build a sharing website in under a minute He's also Technology Manger... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 2:00pm - 2:15pm CEST

2:15pm CEST

Upgrading the Human OS

Moore’s law says that the computational power of machines doubles every 18 months. As a consequence, change becomes the only constant. We live in a world of constant hacking, rewiring and upgrading of various systems around us. Same goes for the human OS. Programmed early in our development by powerful forces such as culture, religion and family, this system, more than any other, requires a continuous upgrade to reflect who we are, what we want to become and where we are heading. Come join us for this powerful and insightful session as we learn how to hack, rewire and upgrade the ultimate supercomputer between your ears - your mind.

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Patrycja Slawuta

Founder, SelfHackathon
Patrycja Slawuta, M.A Psych, PhD(c); is a bi-coastal (SF + NYC) researcher and entrepreneur. A native of Poland, Patrycja is a connoisseur of the complexity and nonlinearity of human nature. Her scientific research addresses the emotions of shame and guilt, group dynamics and and... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 2:15pm - 2:30pm CEST

2:15pm CEST

The Dispensables: Automation, Romance, and the Future of Work
Tim, the acclaimed author of "The Business Romantic" a revolutionary book that brought new attention to the emotional and social aspects of business will share with the audience his take on the future ok work

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Leberecht Tim

Founder, The Business Romantic Society
Tim Leberecht is the founder of The Business Romantic Society and the author of the book The Business Romantic (HarperCollins, 2015). Previously, he was the chief marketing officer of NBBJ, a global design and architecture firm that helps organizations such as Amazon, the Bil... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 2:15pm - 2:30pm CEST

2:30pm CEST

The Experience of Learning

Education is one of the world's most serious challenges. When compared, contents, classrooms and the hole educational system don't look much different from 70 years ago.
In this talk, we're going to discuss learning processes and how to put in practice Experience Learning, a methodology based on four pillars: content, form, structure and emotion.
Learning comes hand in hand with transformation, and we want to help transform the world in a more creative, subversive, sensitive and generous place through education.

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Jean Philippe Rosier

Partner, Perestroika
Teacher, speaker and consultant // Perestroika's partner in Rio de Janeiro and 4 other units in Brazil // PTTOW! member, an invite-only network and summit that brings together leaders, from the world's most innovative companies, along with cultural icons // KaosPilot graduated... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 2:30pm - 2:45pm CEST

2:30pm CEST

Challenging our Traditional Beliefs about Business and Work
The words of business adn work is at a pivotal moment of change: we finally uderstand that post-industrial work IS interaction. The relational view is a new conceptualization of work, and is opening up new opportunities: it is time to change the focus from creating jobs to creating customers — in new, innovative and interactive ways.

To quote Max Planck: “If you change the way you look at things, the things that you look at change.”

We need to challenge our beliefs in work and business.

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Esko Kilpi

Founder, Esko Kilpi Company
Esko Kilpi Company consists of a group of researchers and strategists. We lay the intellectual foundations of Post-Industrial Work. We help organization and individuals to develop capabilities, innovate and grow in the new technological and societal landscape characterised by algorithms... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 2:30pm - 2:45pm CEST

4:00pm CEST

Planetary Initiation

We can look at the ecological crisis as an initiation for humanity as a whole, impelling us to reach a new level of consciousness as a species. This metamorphosis is also in alignment with many prophecies of indigenous people about our time. We have the opportunity to use our technologies and social technologies to bring about a conscious evolution, transitioning from competition and aggression to cooperation and symbiosis as our paradigm.

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Daniel Pinchbeck

Author, Author
Daniel Pinchbeck is the bestselling author of Breaking Open the Head, 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, and Notes from the Edge Times. His new book, How Soon Is Now?, will be published by Watkins Books in February 2017. Pinchbeck's work has helped to catalyze a resurgence of interest... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 4:00pm - 4:15pm CEST

4:00pm CEST

Why happiness should be your business model
There’s a new breed of entrepreneur looking to realise their dreams – startup founders that place happiness before profits. The future belong to organisations with a clear purpose, that want to make a positive dent in the world.

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Laurence McCahill

Co-founder, The Happy Startup School
A recovering digital agency founder, Laurence co-founded The Happy Startup School as a backlash against the prevailing startup culture of high growth and fast exits. In less than 3 years this has grown into a 100,000 strong grass roots movement. If you're interested in purposeful... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 4:00pm - 4:15pm CEST

4:15pm CEST

'Poiesis' or How to sabotage global transformation

I run a little thought game on how life-making is connected to androgyny or anything “in between.”
It's about the "i" in poiesis; and how to go beyond being a provocateur and instead making the provocative the normal. 

But while we try so passionately to create something new, what are our hidden patterns that perpetuate the old?
How much neoliberal residue do we all carry? 
What kind of thinking and doing required to really transition? 

Some clues lie in the way we tell stories to ourselves and others;
in our symbols;
in the way we set goals;
in the way we use language.

This session is a philosophical mindbend I havn't shared before. It has been shaped by countless playshops; and informed by the hard labour of threading a provocative PhD through an orthodox system.  

So basically, with all that, we cover the ego, the others, the in-between, and the ether. Oha.

PS: On the sidelines of the event, I'll be my alter ego - Dr Divine - offering the occasional divination. You’ll recognise us by the hawker tray. Come play! 

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Ele Jansen

Co-Creator, MediaTech Sprint
I’m a trying culture hacker, exploreress, younger sister, North European, ethnographer, sharer, midnight doodler, free dancer, and sound addict. I help putting humanity back into business by remixing storytelling, field trips, free play, live action role play, and peer technologies... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 4:15pm - 4:30pm CEST

4:30pm CEST

Living your full potential through co-creation | Dragon Dreaming
Angel will share the culture of personal growth while sharing the co-creative project-design method of Dragon Dreaming, a methodology that synergistically implements ancient wisdom with modern project-development. He will dive into the question: 
"How can we create a culture that instills a hunger for learning into each individual and what attitude, communication, and community must we nurture so that we can establish projects that inspire and equip each individual on their personal-growth journey, resulting in a peaceful society?"
You will gain a sense of your own personal growth, how to build relationships that nurture that growth, and how communities can be formed so that everyone can support each other in reaching their individual dreams and start to live their full potential.

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Angel Hernandez

Facilitator & Entrepreneur, Angel Hernanez
Angel supports individuals, groups and organizations to connect with their true purpose and visions and supporting them to get the right tools and strategy for their growth. As an entrepreneur, he understand the world as a field of possibilities and he strongly believes that the... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 4:30pm - 4:45pm CEST

6:00pm CEST

How to cut your pollution while growing economy, nature & society
We are bombarded with messages that we have to save the world. That climate change and inequality will tear our society apart. And it is true that we are creating waste much faster than we can treat or regenerate it.

So what options do we have to solve these problems that seem so complex to untangle?

In this talk we'll explore how the world of eco-design can have a far bigger impact in regenerating our planet and society, as well as be a strenght for businesses when combined with the open source philosophies developed in the Internet world.

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Jaime Arredondo

Founder, OSlantis / Open Source Circular Economy Days
Jaime is one of the cofounders of OSlantis, a platform to crowdfund Open Source Challenges and accelerate the change towards Open and Positive Innovation. He searches ways to bridge the gap between a Scarcity Economy and an Abundant one, and helps companies and communities to find... Read More →

Friday May 20, 2016 6:00pm - 6:15pm CEST

7:30pm CEST

Presenting Fest Forward
Friday May 20, 2016 7:30pm - 7:45pm CEST

7:45pm CEST