Calling co-creators and collaborators – lots of you – do you want to make this crazy idea a reality?? If so, get in touch so can add you to list at firstname.lastname@example.org
Key theme: Collaboration
“To go fast, go alone. To go far, go together”
Date: A Friday evening and all day Saturday sometime in the first half of [?] 2020.
Cost: Making a profit is not the focus. Figures TBC but $[75?] per person to cover catering and hire of venue.
Vision: Encourage collaboration, empower new thinking, connecting people. And tangible connections and results.
Format: An unconference turns to the attendees and asks them to design the program. On the first night there would be short lighting talks from key players in Canterbury across: Arts, Environment, Tech, Business, Community etc and then a brainstorming occurs of topic ideas – they are voted on and become the sessions the next day. Seek topics for each of those areas so some structure and curation/direction.
Organised by: You? Definitely a team, kind of coordinated and led by Steven Moe but with collaborative approach emphasised and with input welcome from wide variety of people…. so yeah, you.
Sponsors: Not normal… As many organisations as possible “sponsoring” in various ways (but just whatever they can contribute, not based on Gold/Silver/Bronze etc eg for some might just be mentioning in their newsletters). This approach could mean there are many dozens. Canterbury Impact Collective to help coordinate.
Venue: TBC (but Ara?). Need break out rooms and low cost.
Rough idea of program: Friday evening, gather and over a meal and hear lightning talks from experts in several areas. Develop program together. On the Saturday assemble again and divide into different workstreams as follows.
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Have a time for working out next steps – follow up a week later?
Will try to organise a meeting likely in October to start the collaboration process in person and work out who can help with what!
He waka eke noa. A waka we are all in together
Steven Moe, Parry Field Lawyers/Seeds Podcast
Questions and comments to email@example.com
Initial supporters who are signing up on basically no information but trust the process…. thank you, thank you (do you want to join them?)
Why is meeting together and networking and hearing views from outside of our silos important?… this visual explains it: