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Wednesday, May 20
 

8:15am

9:00am

Morning Rise #1 "Meditate"
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Come for a 20 min session to center and connect to your profound intention for the Fest. In a partly guided / partly silent meditation, you will be able to let all the expectations you have and just make room within to take better advantage of the Fest. In a circle, you will have a minute to share what you experienced after meditate. It will be a seated meditation, come as you are!

Speakers
avatar for Camille Sfez

Camille Sfez

Psychologist, Alunisson


Wednesday May 20, 2015 9:00am - 9:20am
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

9:30am

On being Lost & Found: Welcome to OuiShare Fest
Team
avatar for Asmaa Guedira

Asmaa Guedira

Connector, OuiShare - Womanity
I am passionate about social innovation, and very interested in the impact of collaboration enabled by digital technology in creative and innovative communities that emerge in society, and their impact on organizations as well as gender structures. I am Moroccan and lived in Rabat, Paris, New York and Istanbul during 10 years, before becoming a nomad, living and working around the world, with a major focus in Middle East and North Africa region... Read More →
avatar for Francesca Pick

Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 9:30am - 9:45am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

9:45am

Charles Eisenstein: From Gift Culture to Gift Cosmology
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Gift culture is contrary not only to modern economic institutions, but also to conventional ideas about who we are and how the world works, and even the nature of physical reality. This talk will explore the larger transition in our basic mythology, of which gift culture is a part.

Speakers
avatar for Charles Eisenstein

Charles Eisenstein

Author, Sacred Economics
CHARLES EISENSTEIN is a speaker and writer focusing on themes of human culture and identity. He is the author of several books, most recently Sacred Economics and The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible. His background includes a degree in mathematics and philosophy from Yale, a decade in Taiwan as a translator, and stints as a college instructor, a yoga teacher, and a construction worker. He currently writes and speaks... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 9:45am - 10:00am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:00am

Robin Chase (Peers, Inc.) : How to finance your platform? Getting real about private, public, and peer options.
Speakers
avatar for Robin Chase

Robin Chase

Founder, Zipcar, Buzzcar, Veniam
Robin Chase is founder and former CEO of Zipcar, the largest carsharing company in the world; Buzzcar (recently merged with Drivy), and GoLoco, an online ridesharing community. She is also Founder and Executive Chairman of Veniam, a vehicle communications company building the networking fabric for the Internet of Moving Things. Robin lectures widely, has been frequently featured in the major media, and has received many awards in the areas of... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 10:00am - 10:15am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:15am

Keynote Jeremiah Owyang (Crowdcompanies)
Speakers
avatar for Jeremiah Owyang

Jeremiah Owyang

Founder, Crowd Companies
Jeremiah Owyang is the Founder of Crowd Companies, which focuses on how large companies tap the collaborative economy, maker movement, and customer collaboration. Prior, he was a founding partner at Altimeter Group and an industry analyst at Forrester Research covering social computing --the first phase of digital making and sharing. He focuses on how disruptive technologies—such as social media, mobile, and the internet of things powers... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 10:15am - 10:30am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:30am

Nick Grossman: Bringing Collaborative Platforms to Market: Venture Capital vs. Community Capital
Speakers
avatar for Nick Grossman

Nick Grossman

General Manager, Union Square Ventures
Nick Grossman is a General Manager at Union Square Ventures, a NYC-based venture capital firm that invests in web and mobile platforms.  In addition to investing and working with portfolio companies, Nick is USV's point person on public policy and regulatory issues that impact open innovation and the health of the web. | Previously, Nick led an incubator for software and media companies at OpenPlans, with a... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 10:30am - 10:45am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:45am

10:50am

Interview Michel Bauwens
Moderatoren
avatar for Diana Filippova

Diana Filippova

OuiShare Fest Program Chair | Writer | Activist, OuiShare
I am a writer, strategic advisor and activist working on creating new models, values and practices for our common future. Deeply engaged in helping change the way we work, interact, innovate, create and govern, I aim at bringing autonomy, fairness, political participation and progress back into our systems. | | As OuiShare pioneer and Connector, I help businesses, communities, institutions and individuals to take advantage of collaborative... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Michel Bauwens

Michel Bauwens

Founder and Director, P2P Foundation
Michel Bauwens is the founder and director of the P2P Foundation and works in collaboration with a global group of researchers in the exploration of peer production, governance, and property.He writes editorials for Al Jazeera English [1]. He is listed at #82, on the Post-Carbon Institute (En)Rich list. http://enrichlist.org/the-list/He is a founding member of the Commons Strategies Group, with Silke Helfrich and David Bollier, who have... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 10:50am - 11:05am
*Studio

11:00am

Introduction to the Business Transformation track
Speakers
avatar for Louis-David Benyayer

Louis-David Benyayer

Forwarder, Without Model
Passionate about innovation, strategy, #bmgen & entrepreneurship. Strategy researcher @ ESCP Europe Chaire Entrepreneuriat and @ICD. Co-founder of Without Model
avatar for Javier Creus

Javier Creus

Founder, Ideas for Change
Javier Creus is the founder of Ideas for Change, a boutique consulting firm that designs high growth platform strategies for corporations, institutions and cities. .Javier is considered to be one of the primary strategists and thought leaders in collaborative economy, open and 2P business models, citizen innovation and the networked society in Spain. He has been a freelance strategic planner, co founder of Digital Mood incubator and @kubik... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:00am - 11:15am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

11:00am

Opening Circle
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Join the OuiCare and Experience team to share a precious time with home-made workshops to connect with other participants, take time to embrace the infinite possibles that brought you here, and enter the OuiShareFest in a perfect mood.

Speakers
avatar for Magalie Pedrono

Magalie Pedrono

designer/philosopher, modern_monk
Living creature, exploring art and philosophy to challenge the way we live and implement new concepts that fosters self-awareness and social interaction. Currently working on the launch of modern_monk, a blog about spirituality for the modern times. Stay tuned here: http://mdmk.launchrock.com/
avatar for Maud Richet

Maud Richet

Consultant & Facilitator, OuiShare - Freelance
I'm passionate about new ways to get people and organisations together, to work, create all kind of values, and live better lives. I love to see collective intelligence at work, and curious also about how personal transformation and collective transition go hand in hand.

Team
avatar for Maëva Tordo

Maëva Tordo

Cofounder, Chaireeee
Passionate about social innovation initiatives, worldwide, and creating ecosystems to help them grow their impact. | | Prototyping new educational patterns and experiences through entrepreneurship and design thinking. | | Idea box, serendipity player, people lover ***


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:00am - 12:00pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

11:00am

Workshop: Let's surf your wave with Transition REconomy
Speakers
avatar for Jérôme Veil

Jérôme Veil

Change pollinator - CEO, Miel de Quartier - You Green You
As an Economist, Beekeeper and change pollinator, Jérôme draws on the holistic frameworks offered by nature R & D to empower people & organisations with new models for managing teams, cultivating open innovation and engaging stakeholder communities. | Applying a #Biomimicry #System Thinking and #Permaculture approach to society and organizations challenges he takes honeybees and other living societies as collective intelligence facilitators... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:00am - 1:00pm
Camp A

11:00am

Workshop: Makers & Artisans, Towards The Manufacturing Recovery Toolkit
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A session starting from the shared assumption of a scenario (regarding distributed manufacturing) where we produce less and in a very different way, where only competences constitute an asset in place of machineries.
That scenario will be characterized by the persistence of a high quality production hybridized with the world of intelligent/interactive technologies, where artisans and makers will work together.
In that world, there won’t be room for the majority of current active small companies, though they are depositaries of a deep and structured knowledge. How could we help those SMEs to be part of the future? How to integrate manufacturing capability with knowledge sharing and valorization?
We’ll showcase a few experiences and tools oriented to extract value from technical knowledge, sharing traditional proceedings and actions aimed to transform small companies in open-common facilities.

The workshop will be composed by the following tasks/activities:
Goals definition: how to integrate manufacturing SMEs revenues generated by producing with knowledge sharing and valorization actions;
Definition of lines of action by thematic and systemic areas;
Definition of the instrument: a toolkit made by a series of actions by sector, case histories and operational modalities with annexed examples of services/platforms/projects useful for effective work;
OUTPUT: a prototype to be graphically designed and built as a booklet with strategies explanation. the toolkit will need to be tested and validated in the next 3 months with a few companies from different countries and from different sectors. > report and feedback > public launch early 2016.


Speakers
avatar for Andrea Cattabriga

Andrea Cattabriga

CEO, Slow/d
Architect, service designer and entrepreneur, co-founder and CEO at Slowd, he is engaged in research on product design innovation and distributed/collaborative supply chain systems, trying to connect creativity to knowledge in manufacturing, promoting openness and collaboration. | He loves to speak about design, supply chain and collaborative economy, open innovation, innovative business models for creativity and crafts; he has curated events... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:00am - 1:00pm
Camp B

11:05am

Axelle Tessandier: Are We Ready to Be a Real Democracy?
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As we loose confidence in our institutions and leaders, we start noticing the growing cracks and limits of our current economic and political systems. This talk will look at how the the digital revolution has created an empowering collective context by providing a new set of tools like Kickstarter or change.org to surpass these limitations. That said the tools will never suffice. A 3D printer can as easily be programmed to print a gun or an artificial heart.
This new context calls for new responsibilities as no collective change is possible without a personal willingness and conviction of having a role to play. Revolutions start in our heads. Everything is political, there is no small bet or small impact. The job you choose, the smile you give, the door you open, the cause you support, each of our actions helps build a new society. It's always the 10% of a society convinced they can change the world who change it. 

Speakers
avatar for Axelle Tessandier

Axelle Tessandier

Founder, Axl Agency
I am passionate about the digital shift happening all around us. Beyond the new tools, new behaviors are being created and important values are back on the table. | Convinced that the age of “meaning” is here, I believe that what we called a crisis is probably one of the most exciting transitions yet. We are entering the second phase of this digital revolution where we realize the power of technology gives us social and political... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:05am - 11:15am
*Studio

11:15am

Q&A with Lisa Gansky: Instigating the Mesh Economy
Moderatoren
avatar for Javier Creus

Javier Creus

Founder, Ideas for Change
Javier Creus is the founder of Ideas for Change, a boutique consulting firm that designs high growth platform strategies for corporations, institutions and cities. .Javier is considered to be one of the primary strategists and thought leaders in collaborative economy, open and 2P business models, citizen innovation and the networked society in Spain. He has been a freelance strategic planner, co founder of Digital Mood incubator and @kubik... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Gansky

Lisa Gansky

Founder, Mesh
Lisa is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor and the author of the best selling book, The Mesh, a primer for the Collaborative Economy. Lisa currently serves as Chief Instigator of Mesh Labs a platform for the curious; She works with startup ventures and community driven programs focused on shared value and repurposing 'waste'. Lisa has invested in more than 30 companies, is an adviser of Ouishare and is a director and investor in several... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:15am - 11:25am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

11:20am

Is there an app to save democracy?
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As we observe a renewed enthusiasm for direct citizen participation all around the globe, new tools and apps are designed to harness the energy and the contributions of the crowd. Local or global, open source or closed, these tools use social media and new protocols to bring participative democracy back to the table. But as we learned that even the most sophisticated technology will not bring viable solutions on its own, these apps give life to a "technological solutionnism" that could disappoint or be even counterproductive. How could political and civic movements use them as an opportunity to make their action more efficient, inspiring, engaging?  Will it open the door to the creation of new governments, more open and participative, or will it stay at the level of small-scaled experimentations?

Moderatoren
avatar for Mathieu Lerondeau

Mathieu Lerondeau

Directeur associé, La Netscouade

Speakers
avatar for Armel Le Coz

Armel Le Coz

Co-fondateur, Démocratie Ouverte
avatar for Clara Deletraz

Clara Deletraz

Co-founder, Switch Collective
avatar for Simona Levi

Simona Levi

International Network, X.net
Multidisciplinary artist and Italian activist living in Barcelona since 1990. She is an outstanding activist in European social movements dealing with free circulation of knowledge and has actively taken part in movements for the right to housing and the use of public spaces. In the last few years she has focused on the topics of free culture, digital democracy and the strategic use of digital tools for organization, communication and... Read More →
avatar for Clémence Pène

Clémence Pène

Digital Strategy, Mairie de Paris
Scholar in Political Science (Labtop - Paris 8 University), Clémence is an expert on digital campaigning and online activism in France and in the United States. | After running Anne Hidalgo's digital campaign as her digital director in 2014, she followed the now first Woman Mayor of Paris at the City Hall to help on her open and participative digital strategy.


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:20am - 12:00pm
*Studio

11:25am

Interview Yves Tyrode (SNCF)
Moderatoren
avatar for Vincent Edin

Vincent Edin

Journalist, Independent

Speakers
avatar for Yves Tyrode

Yves Tyrode

Chief Digital Officer, SNCF
He has headed Voyages-sncf.com Group – Rail Europe since 2011, supporting the company's development through a number of growth drivers, particularly international business and mobile, as well as through numerous innovations including the m-ticket, Mytripset, Instants V. and the Pricing Table tool. In his role as Chief Digital Officer, his goal is to transform SNCF into a fully digitalised organisation.


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:25am - 11:40am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

11:40am

Q&A Jeremy Heimans (Purpose) and Alessandra Orofino (Meu Rio)
Moderatoren
avatar for Diana Filippova

Diana Filippova

OuiShare Fest Program Chair | Writer | Activist, OuiShare
I am a writer, strategic advisor and activist working on creating new models, values and practices for our common future. Deeply engaged in helping change the way we work, interact, innovate, create and govern, I aim at bringing autonomy, fairness, political participation and progress back into our systems. | | As OuiShare pioneer and Connector, I help businesses, communities, institutions and individuals to take advantage of collaborative... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Heimans

Jeremy Heimans

Co-founder& CEO, Purpose
Jeremy Heimans (@jeremyheimans) is co-founder and CEO of Purpose, a home for building 21st century movements and crowd-based social and economic models to tackle the world’s biggest problems. Since its launch in 2009, Purpose has launched several major new organizations including All Out, a 2.2 million-strong LGBT rights group, built the world's first open-source global activism platform, and advised institutions like the Bill and Melinda... Read More →
avatar for Alessandra Orofino

Alessandra Orofino

Executive Director, Meu Rio (Our Cities)
Alessandra Orofino is a founder of Meu Rio, Rio de Janeiro’s largest mobilization network. After working as a field researcher in Brazil and India, interviewing young girls who had been victims of domestic violence, Alessandra Orofino founded Meu Rio in 2011. The organization has fueled bottom-up local politics using a combination of on-the-ground actions and custom-designed online and mobile platforms and apps. | | Alessandra holds a... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:40am - 12:10pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

12:10pm

Interview Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty (Uber)
Moderatoren
avatar for Arthur de Grave

Arthur de Grave

Editor & Connector, Ouishare
OUISHARE, REDACTEUR EN CHEF

Speakers
avatar for Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty

Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty

Regional Manager Western Europe, Uber


Wednesday May 20, 2015 12:10pm - 12:25pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

12:10pm

How open government and participative practices push for a renewal of political mouvements and parties?
Moderatoren
avatar for Fabrice Epelboin

Fabrice Epelboin

Co-founder Yogosha | Teacher, Sciences Po. Paris
Fabrice has been an entrepreneur since the pre-bubble internet era and is a former journalist. Recently, he cofounded Yogosha, a Bug Bounty platform (think Uber meets information security, with hackers). | He teaches social and political impact of technologies and internet sub cultures at Sciences Po. and gives lectures in various universities and conferences, in France and abroad.

Speakers
avatar for Julien Bayou

Julien Bayou

Porte-parole, EELV
avatar for mahmoud karrar

mahmoud karrar

Cooperative - CEO, Egyptian Initiative to Support Cooperatives
cooperative & proud
avatar for Mayo Fuster Morell

Mayo Fuster Morell

Dimmons (Internet Interdisciplinary Institute de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya), BarCola & Dimmons.net
Mayo Fuster Morell directs Dimmons action research group on collaborative economy at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute of the Open University of Catalonia. Additionally, she is faculty affiliated at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and at Institute of Govern and Public Policies at Autonomous University of Barcelona (IGOPnet.cc). She is the principal investigator at IGOPnet.cc for the European project... Read More →
avatar for Kulveer Ranger

Kulveer Ranger

Chairman, Digital City Exchange Advisory Board, Imperial College London
In May 2008 Kulveer was appointed to lead on policy direction for transport on behalf of the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson. Until 2011 he advised on all transport modes and infrastructure projects, developed the new 20 year Mayor's Transport Strategy, and negotiated directly with government ministers, including successfully supporting the case for the £14bn Crossrail scheme. He ensured the development of the new Routemaster Bus and led the... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 12:10pm - 1:00pm
*Studio

12:25pm

Q&A Frédéric Mazzella (BlaBlaCar) and Paulin Dementhon (Drivy)
Moderatoren
avatar for Liam Boogar

Liam Boogar

CEO, Rude Media
Cofounder of the Rude Baguette, Liam Boogar is originally from the Silicon Valley. Since his move to Paris in 2010, Liam has become a thought leader on the European Startup Ecosystem, being interviewed in online, TV, and radio all over the world. He has spoken at Europe’s top technology events, and animates the Paris startup scene through the Rude Baguette blog and events.

Speakers
avatar for Paulin Dementhon

Paulin Dementhon

CEO and Founder, Drivy
Founded Drivy 5 year ago, and trying to turn it into the #1 solution to drive a car
avatar for Frédéric Mazzella

Frédéric Mazzella

Founder and CEO, BlaBlaCar
Frédéric Mazzella is the Founder and CEO of BlaBlaCar, the leading European ridesharing community that connects drivers with empty seats and people traveling the same way, so they can share their cost. Frédéric originally imagined a new transport network, built on people, when he could not get home one Christmas, several years ago. He had no car. The trains were full. The roads, too, were full of people driving alone... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 12:25pm - 12:55pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

12:30pm

Lunch Blind Date #1
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Let the serendipity play for you by getting your lunch and joining the Experience team at the "Lost Zone" in the Playground. We will activate chance for you and create unexpected connexions with other adventurous participants willing to meet, share, learn, and enjoy a Lost In Transition lunch ! 

Speakers
avatar for Marion Frotin

Marion Frotin

Risk manager, Dalkia
avatar for Camille Sfez

Camille Sfez

Psychologist, Alunisson


Wednesday May 20, 2015 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Lost Zone (Playground)

12:30pm

Lunch break
Wednesday May 20, 2015 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

12:55pm

1:00pm

Collaborative Society Documentary
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Are we on the edge of a new era of collaboration? Where did the new paradigme come from and how does it disrupt the way we understand, learn and create knowledge and science?

This documentary is a curious journey into the refractive surfaces inevitably occurring when change is stirring the previous ways of doing and redering old practices obsolete. Are you prepared for the changes we are all facing? Because it is how you use the new technology that will shape the way it grows and set the tone of what's possible in the future.

The documentary is based on Alfred Birkegaards PhD in Philosophy, but is created so it communicates to a broader crowd who wish to uncover clues and insight about the dynamics of collaboration.

Wednesday May 20, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
*Studio

1:00pm

The Sharing Bros - A Journey to the center of the collaborative economy
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 We can’t wait to share with you our insights gathered in the course a 7-month collaborative adventure across 16 countries. We’ll start off with a short presentation, show you a video before answering any questions you might have. Bring your lunch! 

Speakers
avatar for Mathieu Bernard

Mathieu Bernard

Student, Mathieu Bernard
With two friends from high school we co-founded The Sharing Bros. One year ago we've decided to cross the American continent from Vancouver to Rio using only the collaborative economy. | We wanted to go beyond the valuation figures and go and meet the many faces of the collaborative economy to know more about their motivations and stories. We've realized a web-series mixing both our adventures and interviews of local entrepreneurs. So far we... Read More →
avatar for Ivan de Quercize

Ivan de Quercize

Student, Ivan Chauveau de Quercize
With two old friends from high school Mat and Roro we launched the Sharing Bros project. | | Together, we have just produced a web-series about our 7-months crossing of the American continent from Vancouver to Rio using only the collaborative economy (Airbnb, Couchsurfing, ridesharing, etc.) | | We wanted to go beyond the headlines about the astronomical funds raised by digital start-ups to go and meet the people behind this new economy... Read More →
avatar for Rodolphe Strauss

Rodolphe Strauss

Student, Rodolphe Strauss
With two high school friends we've decided to cross the American continent from Vancouver to Rio using only the collaborative economy. We wanted to go beyond the valuation figures and go and meet the many faces of the collaborative economy to know more about their motivations and stories. We've realized a web-series mixing both our adventures and interviews of local entrepreneurs. So far we have published 11 episodes. | | Prior to that, I... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Camp A

2:00pm

Adam Arvidsson (University of Milano): Where we are with Capitalism
Speakers
avatar for Adam Arvidsson

Adam Arvidsson

Professor, University of Milano
Adam Arvidsson teaches sociology at the University of Milano, and researches the collaborative economy. He is a member of the EU funded P2PValue (www.p2pvalue.net) project and author of numerous scientific publications on value, co-creation and the information economy, including The Ethical Economy: Rebuilding Value after the Crisis (Columbia University Press 2013, with Nicolai Peitersen).


Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:00pm - 2:15pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

2:00pm

Guillaume Dumas (HackYourPhD): Knowledge is an Ubiquitous Commons
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What are the implications of considering knowledge an ubiquitous commons? How access to technology is increasing individual empowerment, disrupting the way scholarly education and academic research are done? How extreme citizen science could leverage an ubiquitous education approach?

Speakers
avatar for Guillaume Dumas

Guillaume Dumas

Co-Founder, HackYourPhD
Guillaume is a postdoc researcher in the Human Genetics and Cognitive Functions Laboratory of the Institut Pasteur, and an affiliate member of the Human Brain and Behavior Laboratory, in the Center for Complex Systems and Brains Sciences of Florida Atlantic University. In parallel, he participates in various projects melting Design and Art. He also do scientific journalism for radio and public journals. He is the co-founder of the HackYourPhD... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:00pm - 2:15pm
*Studio

2:00pm

Workshop: FEM Lab 1/2
Moderatoren
avatar for Rebekah O'Rourke

Rebekah O'Rourke

Founder & Director, THIRD & Grubb School of Organisational Analysis
Our work is based on the reality that as humans - We Exist to Share. We share the planet, resources, our skills and ourselves. | | I am very curious about people's experience of the dynamics of sharing and working with others. What gets in the way? What works well? How do we understand our part in it? | |
avatar for Mirran Raphaely

Mirran Raphaely

Founder, Flow Global
Come talk to me about what matters to you! | | I care about the meeting places of seeming opposites: masculinity and femininity, work and play, collectivity and individualism, agency and powerlessness, truth and distortion, benevolence and cruelty, divinity and profanity. | | And meet the Flow Global team at OuiShare Fest! We support women to support the world.

Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Camp A

2:00pm

Workshop: Transitioning toward functional and cooperation economy
Moderatoren
avatar for Marie-Anne Bernasconi

Marie-Anne Bernasconi

Facilitator, OuiShare
OUISHARE, CONNECTOR NICE
avatar for Christophe Sempels

Christophe Sempels

Professor of Sustainable Development and Entrepreneurship, Skema Business School
Christophe Sempels is Professor of Sustainable Development and Entrepreneurship at Skema Business School. Specialized in sustainable business model innovation, Christophe is the author of several books, academic and professionals papers on this topic, some having been rewarded. His expertise is particularly recognized in Functional and Cooperation Economy (FCE). He has coached many CEO’s in their transition toward these... Read More →

Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Camp B

2:15pm

Jordi Llonch Esteve (Sharing Academy): Everyone is an expert to someone
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Every university student is an expert to some of his classmates. Often, students strive to improve their knoweldge and achieve more to overcome a subject, and once they do it, they forget about the knowledge they already aqquired and take it for granted because "everyone knows that".

Sharing Academy wants to remind that every single student is an expert in some subjects, at least to someone, and our goal is empower every university student to let him become an expert in his field teaching what he knows to others that know less than him.

At Sharing Academy, we connect students who need private tutoring in a subject with their colleagues from the same university who successfully completed that subject. To do it, we will develop a peer-to-peer marketplace that can be described as the Airbnb for tutoring, based on private tutors meritocracy and evaluations obtained by their students.

Speakers
avatar for Jordi Llonch Esteve

Jordi Llonch Esteve

Founder & CEO, Sharing Academy
Airline pilot for 7 years, he left his job in the airline industry to devote himself to Sharing Academy, a P2P tutoring marketplace he founded after a personal experience struggling to find a tutor that helped him to overcome a subject he needed help with while studying at university. | | He will be at the fest to talk about P2P models applied to education and training.


Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:15pm - 2:25pm
*Studio

2:15pm

2:25pm

Pieter Van Boheemen (Waag Society): How to leverage citizen science and ubiquitous education to solve the antibiotics crisis
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The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control estimates that antimicrobial resistance (AMR) results each year in 25,000 deaths and related costs of over € 1,5 billion in healthcare expenses and productivity losses. Globally multiresistant Tubercolosis causes 450,000 new infections annualy, common antimicrobials against urinary tract infections became ineffective and last resort treatments have been confirmed ineffective against Gonorrhoea in many countries.

Meanwhile the antibiotic development pipelines of pharma companies have dried out. Newly market approved antimicrobials have dropped from 16 in 1985 to 0 since 2010. WHO warns that the current antimicrobia crisis could bring "the end of modern medicine as we know it".

Antimicrobial resistance is much more a social than a technical challenge. It is a direct result of our increasingly urbanized society, fed by large scale animal farming, equiped with centralized waste water treatment, and abuse of prescription drugs.

BioStrike is an ongoing project in a collective of Do It Yourself Biotechnologists (DIYBio) aiming to solve this tragedy of the commons. At festivals, community labs, schools and universities popup events were held. A collaborative online tool, a "Community Starter Kit" and a workshop format are in development to synergize efforts.


Speakers
avatar for Pieter Van Boheemen

Pieter Van Boheemen

Programme Manager, Waag Society
At Waag Society's Open Wetlab, Pieter van Boheemen develops projects, conducts research and workshops intertwining biotechnology, open innovation and arts. As founder of the Dutch DIY Bio community in 2012, he started a group of grassroots biotechnologists. Since 2013, he works in Waag Society’s Open Wetlab and instructs, supervises and supports the users of the lab. His main interest is investigating social and cultural innovation... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:25pm - 2:35pm
*Studio

2:30pm

Collaborate from the present moment
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A training to teach the brain how to stay in the present moment.

Being more mindful gives more connection to our values, our sense of responsibility and respect to ourselves, to others, to our environnement - We make decisions, work together, plan future with a better capacity to listen to others and to interact with joy and freedom.

Speakers
avatar for Emmanuelle Roques

Emmanuelle Roques

Founder, BNBSocialClubs
I am an activist artist and a positive utopist (or vice versa) | I started in Bordeaux, a social club dedicated to mindfulness, social and collaborative projects, the BNB SocialClubs project | The goal is to raise the Gross National (and Global) Happiness, starting from each of us ability to train our brain for a better life and connection to others | You want to start one in your city, let's work on it ! | I will collaborate with... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

2:30pm

From Crowdfunding To Equity Crowdfunding To CryptoEquity
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This session will dig into the evolution of crowdfunding - and crowd-based funding strategies in general - beyond the models we are already used to.

In particular, we will look into how new emerging models such as Swarm's CryptoEquity (http://goo.gl/cCG5aN) and the eventually consolidating equity crowdfunding landscape, can help give participative funding even more power and impact, involve new stakeholders and transform venture creation strategies.

Moderatoren
avatar for Flore Berlingen

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 en Europe. | Egalement co-fondatrice de OuiShare, la communauté des acteurs de l’économie... Read More →

Speakers
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Arnaud BURGOT

CEO, ULULE
Arnaud Burgot is CEO of Ulule.com since January 2014. He joined Ulule at the end of 2011, to participate in the launching and development of what is now the biggest reward based crowdfunding website in Europe. After a business school master, Arnaud began his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers, in the technology and entertainment sectors, where he gained a deep knowledge of corporate finance and financing mechanism. His love for entrepreneurship and... Read More →
avatar for Matan Field

Matan Field

CEO, Matan Field
A theoretical physicist and entrepreneur, dedicated to connect science and technology with society and humanities, economics and the environment. Have done PhD and postdoctoral research in String Theory, until in late 2013 have co-founded the La'Zooz project -- making a decentralized and collaborative transportation web. Recently have founded Backfeed, building the model and platform to enable the function of large-scale, decentralised... Read More →
avatar for Caroline Lamaud

Caroline Lamaud

Co-Founder, Anaxago
avatar for Vincent Ricordeau Ricordeau

Vincent Ricordeau Ricordeau

Founder, KissKissBankBank
Vincent Ricordeau is autodidact and serial entrepreneur. Crowdfunding and sharing economy pioneer, he is promoting the third industrial revolution. He has found his first company at 18 years old, has traveled around the word during five years, and has launched his second company in 1998 (Call Center) where he is still shareholder today. In 2000, he is integrating VNU Publishing (hi-tech magazines) during the first Internet bubble, and joined... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:30pm - 3:15pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

2:35pm

Rüdiger Trojok: The Bio-Commons
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With increasing knowledge and technical skill, the sphere in which intentional intervention in nature are possible will further be expanded. Alternative IP regimes such as open-access and open-source could in future help to leverage the cost for research and development in the life sciences, mobilize unused knowledge and become more adaptable to spark new inventions. Citizens proposed a ‘Bio-Commons’ license model to put biological innovation into service to society and at the same time limit the potential misuse of knowledge and material. Taking the antibiotic resistance problem as an example, the Bio-Commons whitepaper aims to demonstrate the necessity and feasibility of a Commons-oriented approach around living stock.

Speakers
avatar for Rüdiger Trojok

Rüdiger Trojok

scientific advisor, KIT/ITAS
Rüdiger Trojok, Diplom Biologist, studied systems and synthetic biology at the Universities of Potsdam, Copenhagen (DTU) and Freiburg. He works for the Technology Assessment Bureau of the German Parliament and the University of Karlsruhe (KIT/ITAS) on systems and synthetic biology. In his research he explores new ways of using life science discoveries for social purposes and of communicating a molecular understanding of the relationships between... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:35pm - 2:45pm
*Studio

2:45pm

Susana Nascimento: From Citizen Science to DIY Science
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The number of projects that invite citizens into the scientific endeavour has been growing rapidly, described as citizen science. However, most of the times citizens are being limited to engage as data collectors or resources suppliers for projects that originate in the scientific community or led by institutions, such as universities or research centers, which don’t necessarily address the questions of individuals or from society. We will look into further developments of citizen and DIY science as deeper forms of engagement with techno-science. DIY scientists appear as people who tinker, hack, fix, recreate and assemble objects and systems in creative and unexpected directions, responding to individual or community-based questions, usually adhering to open paradigms to share knowledge and outputs with others. We will explore how DIY science is recognizing different ways of knowing and thus allowing for more out-of-the-box thinking and experimentation, or more generally, how it is changing knowledge production, citizen agency and ultimately innovation and creativity, or the meaning of ‘science’.

Speakers
avatar for Susana Nascimento

Susana Nascimento

Policy Analyst, Joint Research Centre - European Commissionon
Susana Nascimento is Policy Analyst at the Foresight and Behavioural Insights Unit of the JRC / Joint Research Centre, EC / European Commission. She is also Associate Researcher at CETCOPRA / Centre d'Etude des Techniques des Connaissances et des Pratiques of University Paris 1 / Pantheoon-Sorbonne, and Associate Researcher at CIES-IUL / Center for Research and Studies in Sociology of ISCTE-IUL / University Institute of Lisbon. She holds a PhD in... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:45pm - 2:55pm
*Studio

2:55pm

Alexandre Vaugoux: Citizen Cyberlab: Science for All, and All For Science!
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Citizen Science dates back to the days when avid birdwatchers posted or telegraphed their bird spottings to scientists who could thus track seasonal migration patterns across the years. In the era of the web and the mobile phone, more and more Citizen Scientists are getting involved in helping scientists gather data, classify and tag data, identify patterns, and play games for Science.
At the Citizen Cyberlab, we are building digital tools and online collaborative platforms for Citizen Science, and striving to enhance the opportunities for learning and creativity available to Citizen Scientists world wide.​ One of these platforms is RedWire, which is an online game engine for remixing, mashing up, and experimenting with game designs​ - making scientific games easier to develop and more fulfilling to play.​ http://citizencyberlab.eu/​  http://redwire.io/game/list​ ​​

Speakers
avatar for alexandre vaugoux

alexandre vaugoux

Gamelab Manager, CRI Paris - Citizen Cyberlab


Wednesday May 20, 2015 2:55pm - 3:05pm
*Studio

3:00pm

Break
Wednesday May 20, 2015 3:00pm - 3:15pm
Camp B

3:00pm

Break
Wednesday May 20, 2015 3:00pm - 3:15pm
Camp A

3:00pm

"Distopia" Creativity Design Game
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This card game is a social dreaming workshop for 6-18 players. The session uses story in a way that you probably haven’t experienced before. Think solution design workshop meets sci-fi story. You play in 3 groups - Storytellers, Designers and The Future. Your challenge is to turn a dystopia into a utopia by inventing a sci-fi system. It's a collaborative session that asks you to drop your sense of reality in favour of some mad speculative future design. Expect dreaming, absurdity, laughter, hugging, high fives and intense productivity.

This is how it works 
First, you will decide on a design question. Then you invent and prototype an innovation to turn your vision into a reality. At the same time you’ll come up with a story of how your idea comes into the world. Playing cards guide you to write a narrative with obstacles and drama, a climax, and some cyber punk if you want. To win this game, everyone is required to co-operate, not compete. 


A bit of theory 
The narrative design of the workshop is modelled after Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey. Both the story’s protagonist and each participant are heroes and heroines. Their paths become entwined as they tell their story while working out a solution to their shared problem. At the same time the participants are guided through a typical design process. This involves user-centric methods, such as formulating a problem statement, investigating stakeholders and context, brainstorming and rapidly prototyping ideas. Following a narrative, the workshop game resembles a typical design process, which works because story and design draw on the same principles to create meaning. A story follows four steps: challenge, conquer, change and prevail. A design process follows four similar steps: analyze, ideate, develop, test. 

 

Speakers
avatar for Ele Jansen

Ele Jansen

Dottoressa, Learn Do Share
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 with meaningful collaboration methods. My tools are connection, intuition, and critical systems thinking. On my mind are poiesis, nature, and androgyny. | | I... Read More →
avatar for Claire Marshall

Claire Marshall

Story & Game Designer, Learn Do Share
I am a creative who loves working across multiple platform including Television, Online and Print media, creating challenging content for a millennial audience. Recently I have co-created a creative collaboration game that combines design thinking with story-telling. I am a passionate advocate for the sharing economy and have been actively sharing my life for the last couple of years. Ask me about creating exciting interactive content... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

3:10pm

The Future of Citizen Science and Collaborative Learning

Moderatoren
avatar for Eugenio Battaglia

Eugenio Battaglia

Connector & Research Cluster Fellow, OuiShare
My mission is to build and nurture a collaborative society by connecting people, organisations and ideas around fairness, openness and trust. I produce knowledge on the peer-to-peer transformation, through research, publications, blogs and participatory events, in partnerships with academia, think tanks and a wide network of global experts. I inspire and enable students and professionals to apply community thinking to the challenge of building... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Primavera de Filippi

Primavera de Filippi

CNRS / Harvard / Backfeed
Primavera De Filippi is a postdoctoral researcher at the CERSA / CNRS / Université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas). She is currently a research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, where she is investigating the legal challenges of “governance-by-design” in online distibuted architectures, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum etc. She is also a co-founder and Chief Alchemist at Backfeed, a... Read More →
avatar for Charlotte Knips

Charlotte Knips

Researcher, Fraunhofer UMSICHT
Charlotte Knips works in the department Think Tank Future Products at the Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology (UMSICHT). With a background in philosophy and physics her work and research is centered around sustainable and responsible research and development and alternative innovation systems.
avatar for Ana von Teschenhausen

Ana von Teschenhausen

Independent Researcher
I am an independent researcher currently working on two transdisciplinary projects: the first gives continuity to the work of my thesis and focuses on the rediscovery and restoration of knowledge as an ubiquitous commons (e.g. citizen science and traditional knowledges) with emphasis on the role of trust; and a project proposal for community-based forest monitoring, which is to be 100% driven by a p2p and commons rationale. This project has... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 3:10pm - 4:00pm
*Studio

3:15pm

On the role of Capital and Financial tools in driving innovation and socializing value
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This panel/on stage interview will look into the evolution of financial system and the impact it has on making possible a real "socialization" (distribution, participation) of the value created by innovation. Having different point of view on stage and a renowned voice of the financial sector such as Izabella Kaminska we will be able to explore frictions between the interest of capital and those of society and how these are being challenged and (potentially) solved in the long run.
 

Moderatoren
avatar for Izabella Kaminska

Izabella Kaminska

FT Alphaville Blogger, Financial Times
Izabella Kaminska joined FT Alphaville in October 2008. Before that she worked as a producer at CNBC, a natural gas reporter at Platts and an associate editor of BP’s internal magazine. She has also worked as a reporter on English language business papers in Poland and Azerbaijan and was a Reuters graduate trainee in 2004. She focuses on commodities, central banks, finance, collateral markets and finance 2.0.

Speakers
avatar for Indy Johar

Indy Johar

Partner, 00
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Jeremiah Owyang

Founder, Crowd Companies
Jeremiah Owyang is the Founder of Crowd Companies, which focuses on how large companies tap the collaborative economy, maker movement, and customer collaboration. Prior, he was a founding partner at Altimeter Group and an industry analyst at Forrester Research covering social computing --the first phase of digital making and sharing. He focuses on how disruptive technologies—such as social media, mobile, and the internet of things powers... Read More →
avatar for Brett Scott

Brett Scott

Author, The Heretic's Guide to Global Finance
Brett Scott is a journalist, campaigner and the author of The Heretic’s Guide to Global Finance: Hacking the Future of Money  (Pluto Press: 2013). He works on financial reform, alternative finance and economic activism with a wide variety of NGOs, artists and students, and writes for publications such as The Guardian, New Scientist, Wired Magazine, Aeon and CNN.com. He tweets as @suitpossum


Wednesday May 20, 2015 3:15pm - 4:00pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

3:15pm

Workshop: How to help Mediterranean countries to grow collaborative economy initiatives and social innovation?
Moderatoren
avatar for Asmaa Guedira

Asmaa Guedira

Connector, OuiShare - Womanity
I am passionate about social innovation, and very interested in the impact of collaboration enabled by digital technology in creative and innovative communities that emerge in society, and their impact on organizations as well as gender structures. I am Moroccan and lived in Rabat, Paris, New York and Istanbul during 10 years, before becoming a nomad, living and working around the world, with a major focus in Middle East and North Africa region... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Burcu Tuncer

Burcu Tuncer

Team Leader, UNEP MAP Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP/RAC)
I work in the SwitchMed, which is an initiative that supports and connects stakeholders to scale up social and eco innovations in the Mediterranean (www.switched.eu). Our mission is to provide all Mediterranean stakeholders, like you, with tools to resolve environmental and social challenges, and to connect you with supporting partners. Collaborative society approaches are part of the toolbox we have. At the Ouishare Fest, we'd like to learn... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Camp B

3:15pm

Workshop: What If Lab
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What if… society was very different! We propose options (sometimes crazy) and you and your group’s mission is to work out a desirable solution and create a simple poster to make people join in. Each group has it’s own identity and dynamic so they are all different. But are they that different ? Come and find out...

Participate and get the tools to organize your own workshop after the OuiShareFest to make other people continue the reflection and keep sharing their thoughts online (www.whatiflab.org/).

Speakers
avatar for Louis-David Benyayer

Louis-David Benyayer

Forwarder, Without Model
Passionate about innovation, strategy, #bmgen & entrepreneurship. Strategy researcher @ ESCP Europe Chaire Entrepreneuriat and @ICD. Co-founder of Without Model
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Jennifer Leblond

Public day manager, OuiShare
OUISHARE, ORGANISATRICE de l'Open Day "je rêvais d'un autre monde"
avatar for Jean-Luc Wingert

Jean-Luc Wingert

Co-founder, Sénat Citoyen
Innovation Consultant / Transitions : Democracy,Energy, Digital / Author of : Le syndrome de Marie-Antoinette, que faire lorsque les elites ont perdu la tete ? & La vie apres le petrole / Whatiflab.org


Wednesday May 20, 2015 3:15pm - 4:30pm
Camp A

3:30pm

Ashtanga Yoga Initiation

Marjorie invites you to an Ashtanga Yoga initiation, that will allow the body to purify and both reinforce and stabilise the nervous system. As such, this practice tones and structures the body, therefore permitting it to develop a physical and energetic balance.

The course will focus on breathing (pranayama), consequently, on the practice of energetic portals (bandha) and postures (asana) and, finally, on relaxation (shavasana).

Besides teaching yoga, Marjorie is also a dance instructor, a professional dancer and a performer. She has worked with numerous choreographers in both France and abroad and is currently developing her own yoga and choreographic projects.


Speakers
avatar for Marjorie Moy

Marjorie Moy

yoga teacher, moy marjorie / pitch me


Wednesday May 20, 2015 3:30pm - 5:00pm
On the grass in front of the Cabaret Sauvage

4:00pm

Break
Wednesday May 20, 2015 4:00pm - 4:15pm
*Studio

4:00pm

4:15pm

Break
Wednesday May 20, 2015 4:15pm - 4:30pm
Camp B

4:15pm

Primavera De Filippi: Decentralized blockchain technologies: Freenet or Skynet?
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In this new era of technological transition, decentralized technologies are gaining more and more adoption. Often regarded as a means to promote individual autonomy and civil liberties, the same technologies could (and already have been) used by centralized entities, in order to further their  power. Blockchain technologies come along with new promises of decentralization and emancipation, but can they actually resist the incumbents from the past?


Speakers
avatar for Primavera de Filippi

Primavera de Filippi

CNRS / Harvard / Backfeed
Primavera De Filippi is a postdoctoral researcher at the CERSA / CNRS / Université Paris II (Panthéon-Assas). She is currently a research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, where she is investigating the legal challenges of “governance-by-design” in online distibuted architectures, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum etc. She is also a co-founder and Chief Alchemist at Backfeed, a... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 4:15pm - 4:30pm
*Studio

4:15pm

Christophe Sempels (Skema Business School): Functional and cooperation economy as innovative business models
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The vast majority of business models are volume-based. The more a company wants to earn money the more it has to sell units of products or services.

This quest for volume shows its limits when markets saturate: higher pressure on price, rising costs, erosion of margin, deadlocks in terms of resources consumption, hindrance to release disruptive innovation, intensification of work with resulting health issues on people, … The only option to go beyond these limits is to change the fundamental nature of business models to shift from a volume to a value-based logic.

This speech will introduce functional and cooperation economy as a promising innovation on business model to create positive synergies between financial success, environmental improvements and social benefits.

Speakers
avatar for Christophe Sempels

Christophe Sempels

Professor of Sustainable Development and Entrepreneurship, Skema Business School
Christophe Sempels is Professor of Sustainable Development and Entrepreneurship at Skema Business School. Specialized in sustainable business model innovation, Christophe is the author of several books, academic and professionals papers on this topic, some having been rewarded. His expertise is particularly recognized in Functional and Cooperation Economy (FCE). He has coached many CEO’s in their transition toward these... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 4:15pm - 4:30pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

4:30pm

Break
Wednesday May 20, 2015 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

4:30pm

Lisa Gansky (Mesh Labs): Sharing Value Created
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Sharing Value Created: Building trust in collaborative ecosystems is central to the next stage of the Collaborative Economy. A strong platform (and possible standard) is emerging to enable p2p interactions as never before -- Blockchain. Our ability to develop agile and trusted p2p services is about to leap forward.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Gansky

Lisa Gansky

Founder, Mesh
Lisa is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor and the author of the best selling book, The Mesh, a primer for the Collaborative Economy. Lisa currently serves as Chief Instigator of Mesh Labs a platform for the curious; She works with startup ventures and community driven programs focused on shared value and repurposing 'waste'. Lisa has invested in more than 30 companies, is an adviser of Ouishare and is a director and investor in several... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 4:30pm - 4:45pm
*Studio

4:30pm

Environmental Impacts of the Collaborative Economy
Moderatoren
avatar for David Weingartner

David Weingartner

Connector, OuiShare
With a background in international business, David joined the OuiShare community through researching the social and environmental impacts of collaborative consumption and the implicated transformation process that affects traditional business models. Today, as a designer, facilitator and consultant David helps organisations through various formats to increase resilience and build a more human economy.

Speakers
avatar for Damien Demailly

Damien Demailly

Programm Coordinator, Iddri
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Pieter van de Glind

co-founder, shareNL
Pieter van de Glind is a co-founder of shareNL, the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the sharing and collaborative economy. Together with co-founder Harmen van Sprang and his team, Pieter works with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions in The Netherlands and abroad. All with the objective to further develop the collaborative economy.
avatar for Rajesh Makwana

Rajesh Makwana

Director, Share The World\'s Resources
I am the director at Share The World’s Resources (www.sharing.org) - a civil society organisation campaigning for a fairer sharing of wealth, power and resources within and between nations. I am a passionate advocate for applying the principle of sharing as a solution to a range of global crises, from poverty and inequality to climate change and conflict over land or natural resources.


Wednesday May 20, 2015 4:30pm - 5:10pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

4:30pm

Research session
Moderatoren
avatar for Mara Balestrini

Mara Balestrini

Partner and Director of Research, Ideas for Change
Human Computer Interaction (HCI) expert and technology strategist. Track record of successful independent technology interventions for community engagement as well as co-leading an innovation strategy firm. Computer Science PhD candidate University College London. Mara is a partner and Director of Research at Ideas for Change , a think tank and consultancy firm advising cities, businesses and institutions on innovation... Read More →
avatar for Elena Denaro

Elena Denaro

PhD Researcher, LSE

Speakers
avatar for Vadim Grinevich

Vadim Grinevich

University Lecturer, University of Southampton
avatar for Mayo Fuster Morell

Mayo Fuster Morell

Dimmons (Internet Interdisciplinary Institute de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya), BarCola & Dimmons.net
Mayo Fuster Morell directs Dimmons action research group on collaborative economy at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute of the Open University of Catalonia. Additionally, she is faculty affiliated at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and at Institute of Govern and Public Policies at Autonomous University of Barcelona (IGOPnet.cc). She is the principal investigator at IGOPnet.cc for the European project... Read More →
avatar for Alessandro Merletti de Palo

Alessandro Merletti de Palo

Co-Founder, Cooperacy
I am a researcher in the cooperation theory, in the definition of cooperation, in its conditions and in its possible research streams. | | I'll be exposing the cooperation theories in the research lab in the OuiShare Fest and in the 2015 Collective Intelligence Conference in Santa Clara, US. | | Feel free to contact me anytime, we all need to act together for mutual enjoyment starting from the interesting side of our diversities.
avatar for Alberto Prati

Alberto Prati

Student, Paris School of Economics
My main fields of interest are economics of well-being and collaborative consumption systems.
avatar for Kathleen Stokes

Kathleen Stokes

Senior Researcher, Nesta
Senior Researcher at Nesta, focusing on public and social innovation.
avatar for Caroline Sturm

Caroline Sturm

PhD Student, USI
I am a PhD student in Economics and my research focuses on tourism decision-making and the sharing economy/collaborative consumption. While structural changes provoked by Airbnb & Co seem to be straightforward, I have a look at changes in tourism behavior. | | @CarolineSturm


Wednesday May 20, 2015 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Camp B

4:45pm

Tristan Nitot (Cozy Cloud): This time, it's personal: reinventing the Cloud for a post-Snowden era
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The Web was supposed to free us all and empower each of us. Instead, we end up losing control of our software and data as silos take over them. Vendor lock-in, user profiling, mass surveillance is what we end up with. And it's going to get worse if we don't take the matter into our own hands.

The topic of this talk is to discuss how we can do this - by using Free and Open Source Software, spreading crypto, running our own servers, creating protocols, finding alternative business models to targeted advertising.

Speakers
avatar for Tristan Nitot

Tristan Nitot

Chief Product Officer, Cozy Cloud
Tristan Nitot is the founder and former president of Mozilla Europe. He joined Cozy Cloud in 2015 to become their Chief Product Officer. Cozy Cloud is an open source personal cloud platform.


Wednesday May 20, 2015 4:45pm - 5:00pm
*Studio

4:45pm

Design a poetic future and ouishare it with the world
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John Lennon once said “A dream you dream alone is only a dream, a dream you dream together is reality”. So what does a “sharing economy” really mean to you ?

In an innovative deep creative workshop, use the power of dreams to connect to your imagination and write the future you want to co-create and share with others. Inspiration may not come often so go on a journey inside yourself to express your aspirations to the world and share the way you would like the new collaborative economy to take shape according to your own values.

Put words onto your intuitions, reveal your artistic soul and translate your poetic dreams into tomorrow’s reality. Welcome to the real world of poetry.


Speakers
avatar for Vincent Avanzi

Vincent Avanzi

Corporate Poet, Odyssée Humaine
Vincent Avanzi is a modern day poet passionate about the art of living together and the co-writing of the future of our world, a corporate speaker trying to inspire entrepreneurs and companies to be changemakers with the horizon of the good, a 2 time globe-trotter trying to change the self in order to change the world, and in the end just a firm believer of mankind and that today is the day to be happy and make tomorrow happen. | | “A... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

5:00pm

José Ignacio Fernandez (Traity): Online Reputation
Speakers
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José Ignacio Fernandez

Founder & CTO, Traity
José Ignacio Fernández is MSc in Telecommunications Engineering and PhD in Intelligent Systems from the Technical University of Madrid. As a web developer, has participated in multiple technological projects until the launch of Traity, a startup that measures people reputation to ensure safety in the Internet, and which has received several international awards and funding from top investment funds like Active Venture Partners and... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 5:00pm - 5:15pm
*Studio

5:15pm

Imagining our decentralized future (1): Unpanel discussion groups
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Drawing a picture of how a decentralized future might look like, and what it could mean to a community-focused society.

We're holding unpanel-style discussions in subgroups simultaneously on several themes. Pick the one you like, or move around. Participants are expected to stay on for the groups feedback session following immediately after.

The approximate discussion groups are the following:
  • Circle A: Decentralized identity & blockchain
  • Circle B: Inclusion & decentralized communities
  • Circle C: Semantic web, advantages of decentralization and openness

Moderatoren
avatar for Auli Kütt

Auli Kütt

Web & Tech, OuiShare
Online collaboration tools, open source, IndieWeb, scifi pop culture
avatar for Joachim Lohkamp

Joachim Lohkamp

CEO, Jolocom / Ouishare
Joachim is an entrepreneur and tech enthusiast. He is obsessed with knowledge, change and innovation. Currently, he is Founder and CEO of Jolocom, a Berlin based startup building decentralized tools that lets you generate your own digital identity to assist linkage and attribution of data. Besides that Joachim is a connector for Ouishare, currently curating the content for the Decentralization & Blockchain track of the next Ouishare Fest in... Read More →

Speakers
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Sylvain Le Bon

Dirigeant, Open Initiative
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Guillaume Capelle

Nominated for the project, Calm
Guillaume Capelle is a French social entrepreneur who created Singa : an international non profit organization connecting refugees with relevant social and professional networks in host societies, as well as generating social and tech innovation.
avatar for Constance Choi

Constance Choi

Founder, Seven Advisory
avatar for Matan Field

Matan Field

CEO, Matan Field
A theoretical physicist and entrepreneur, dedicated to connect science and technology with society and humanities, economics and the environment. Have done PhD and postdoctoral research in String Theory, until in late 2013 have co-founded the La'Zooz project -- making a decentralized and collaborative transportation web. Recently have founded Backfeed, building the model and platform to enable the function of large-scale, decentralised... Read More →
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Markus Sabadello

CEO, Danube Tech
Markus Sabadello has been a pioneer and leader in the field of digital identity for many years. He is a long-time participant of communities such as the Internet Identity Workshop, and he has contributed to many technologies (OpenID, SAML, OAuth, InfoCards, XDI, SoLiD, etc.) that have emerged in this space. He has been an early participant of decentralization movements such as the Federated Social Web and FreedomBox. He is co-chair of the OASIS... Read More →
avatar for Henry Story

Henry Story

Social Web Architect, Henry Story
I studied analytical philosophy in London in the late 1980ies, worked at AltaVista from 1995 to 2001 and at Sun Microsystems from 2004 to 2010. I have been researching the creation of the distributed secure Social Web using Linked Data, working on standardising pieces that are needed at the W3C, implementing these in Scala and Scala-JS and giving talks on the philosophy of the Web.
avatar for Chris Ward

Chris Ward

Mobile Editor, Sitepoint
Tech lover and advocate. All about educating people with awesome ideas through tutorials, presentations and clear, understandable explanations of complex topics.
avatar for Vlad Zemfir

Vlad Zemfir

CoinCulture, Ethereum


Wednesday May 20, 2015 5:15pm - 5:45pm
*Studio

5:15pm

Strategies for Citizen Engagement
Moderatoren
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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 en Europe. | Egalement co-fondatrice de OuiShare, la communauté des acteurs de l’économie... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Allison Cook

Allison Cook

Director of Community Engagement, The Story of Stuff Project
avatar for Antoine Delaunay-Belleville

Antoine Delaunay-Belleville

Chef de projet Future of Waste, Make Sense
Chef de projet Future of Waste, Make Sense
avatar for Roxane Julien

Roxane Julien

cofounder, Fullmobs
Roxane is a social entrepreneur, cofounder of Fullmobs, a collaborative platform of citizen mobilization that allows people to create or to participate to massive actions with social or environmental impact. Fullmobs innovates by creating the crowdtiming : how to have an impact by gathering small contributions from one click to few hours? Fullmobs wants to lower the 1st step of commitment. It’s a tool for all who makes : NGO as well as... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 5:15pm - 5:55pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

5:45pm

Imagining our decentralized future (2): Reflect & next steps
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 Feedback session for all groups that participated in the Decentralized Future unpanel discussions (1)

Moderatoren
avatar for Auli Kütt

Auli Kütt

Web & Tech, OuiShare
Online collaboration tools, open source, IndieWeb, scifi pop culture
avatar for Joachim Lohkamp

Joachim Lohkamp

CEO, Jolocom / Ouishare
Joachim is an entrepreneur and tech enthusiast. He is obsessed with knowledge, change and innovation. Currently, he is Founder and CEO of Jolocom, a Berlin based startup building decentralized tools that lets you generate your own digital identity to assist linkage and attribution of data. Besides that Joachim is a connector for Ouishare, currently curating the content for the Decentralization & Blockchain track of the next Ouishare Fest in... Read More →

Speakers
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Constance Choi

Founder, Seven Advisory
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Matan Field

CEO, Matan Field
A theoretical physicist and entrepreneur, dedicated to connect science and technology with society and humanities, economics and the environment. Have done PhD and postdoctoral research in String Theory, until in late 2013 have co-founded the La'Zooz project -- making a decentralized and collaborative transportation web. Recently have founded Backfeed, building the model and platform to enable the function of large-scale, decentralised... Read More →
avatar for Chris Ward

Chris Ward

Mobile Editor, Sitepoint
Tech lover and advocate. All about educating people with awesome ideas through tutorials, presentations and clear, understandable explanations of complex topics.


Wednesday May 20, 2015 5:45pm - 6:05pm
*Studio

6:00pm

Discover the OuiShare Awards!
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An introduction to the OuiShare Awards and presentation of nominees. 
Offline votes will be open right after this session!

Moderatoren
avatar for Esra Tat

Esra Tat

Partner, Alkimya.co
Social impact advocate, involved in environmental / social projects, and interested in the power of the collaborative economy to solve these challenges. | | Previously | > Co-directed during 5 years a social enterprise experimenting alternative business models to scale up affordable housing via cohousing projects. | | Currently | > Co-founder of W(e)Talk, a non-profit fostering women empowerment through a diversity of role... Read More →

Wednesday May 20, 2015 6:00pm - 6:15pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

6:15pm

Closing
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Wrap-up of D1 with all the D1 track leaders

Team
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Asmaa Guedira

Connector, OuiShare - Womanity
I am passionate about social innovation, and very interested in the impact of collaboration enabled by digital technology in creative and innovative communities that emerge in society, and their impact on organizations as well as gender structures. I am Moroccan and lived in Rabat, Paris, New York and Istanbul during 10 years, before becoming a nomad, living and working around the world, with a major focus in Middle East and North Africa region... Read More →
avatar for Francesca Pick

Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 6:15pm - 6:30pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris
 
Thursday, May 21
 

8:30am

9:00am

Morning Rise #2 "Staying in the Present Moment"
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How can I become more mindful ? It is a training to teach the brain how to stay in the present moment, paying attention to the sensations, sounds, the emotions and thoughts. Through this informal training you will lear how to stay present & observe what happens when you walk, eat, interact. Regularity is the key, a little everyday.

Speakers
avatar for Emmanuelle Roques

Emmanuelle Roques

Founder, BNBSocialClubs
I am an activist artist and a positive utopist (or vice versa) | I started in Bordeaux, a social club dedicated to mindfulness, social and collaborative projects, the BNB SocialClubs project | The goal is to raise the Gross National (and Global) Happiness, starting from each of us ability to train our brain for a better life and connection to others | You want to start one in your city, let's work on it ! | I will collaborate with... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 9:00am - 9:20am
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

9:30am

Pia Mancini (DemocracyOS): Redesigning our Political System for the Internet Era
Speakers
avatar for Pia Mancini

Pia Mancini

Founder, DemocracyOS
Pia is the Co-Founder of The Democracy OS Foundation, a YCombinator backed collaborative decision-making platform. A political scientist by training, Pia is Executive Director of Democracia en Red. She is also a peer and co-founder of Partido de la Red (The Net Party), World Economic Forum Social Media Council representative, member of The World Fix, a community tackling the world's toughest problem: Government.


Thursday May 21, 2015 9:30am - 9:45am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

9:45am

Rob Hopkins (Transition Town Networks): How to replicate best practices?
Speakers
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Rob Hopkins

Catalyst & Outreach Manager, Transition Network
He is the co-founder of Transition Town Totnes and of the Transition Network. This grew out of many years experience in education, teaching permaculture and natural building, and setting up the first 2 year full-time permaculture course in the world, at Kinsale Further Education College in Ireland, as well as co-ordinating the first eco-village development in Ireland to be granted planning permission.


Thursday May 21, 2015 9:45am - 10:00am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:00am

Scott Heiferman (Meetup): The Future is Community
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Meetup CEO and CoFounder Scott Heiferman will discuss what a collaborative society looks like, and how our future depends on community. Community is the engine driving connections, conversation, and collaboration -- changing people's lives and leading to economic opportunity, social impact, and innovation. He'll offer examples of organizations at the forefront of this movement.  Finally, he’ll announce the ways Meetup is evolving to help make the world we want to live in. 

Speakers
avatar for Scott Heifermann

Scott Heifermann

Co-founder & CEO, Meetup
Scott Heiferman is Co-Founder & CEO of Meetup, the leader in local community. Scott started the company in NYC after seeing the importance of local community on 9/11. Meetup's mission is for everyone on Earth to have access to powerful self-organized local community -- making a vitally more people-powered society. Scott was the recipient of the National Conference on Citizenship's Jane... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 10:00am - 10:15am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:15am

10:30am

Emile Petrone (Tindie): The Future of Collaborative Manufacturing
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It has never been easier to manufacture small-volume, hardware projects - yet scaling remains difficult. Earlier this year, Tindie, the hardware marketplace I founded, launched Tindie Biz: a resource for makers to share and collaborate on their suppliers & manufacturers. Tindie Biz did not work, and so I went to China to see if there is a better way to manufacture hardware. Is collaborative manufacturing's future based on Shanzhai, China's traditional copycat business?

Speakers
avatar for Emile Petrone

Emile Petrone

CEO & Founder, Tindie


Thursday May 21, 2015 10:30am - 10:40am
*Studio

10:30am

Interview with Juan Urrutia (Las Indias)
Moderatoren
avatar for David de Ugarte

David de Ugarte

Socio fundador, Grupo de Cooperativas de las Indias
En 2002 fui uno de los fundadores de «las Indias». Las Indias es un grupo de cooperativas que incluye una comunidad igualitaria; dos cooperativas de trabajo con casi cuarenta miembros y secciones que van desde la consultoría de innovación a la fabricación de cerveza; y un club de aprendizaje y debate que atesora una de las mejores colecciones de arte e historia del comunitarismo en el mundo de habla española. | | Tengo la convicción... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Juan Urrutia

Juan Urrutia

Founder, las Indias


Thursday May 21, 2015 10:30am - 10:45am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:30am

Mindfulness at work, how to boost productivity and collaboration while staying balanced and happy !
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Learn how to relax, reconnect with your body, and let your energy flow thanks to everyday at work exercizes imagined by Life-e team. A day to day routine to enhance collaboration through self & collaborative care. 


Speakers

Thursday May 21, 2015 10:30am - 11:15am
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

10:30am

Roundtable on Intrapreneurship
Moderatoren
avatar for Alexa Clay

Alexa Clay

Author, The Misfit Economy
I am a writer, economic historian and innovation strategist living in Berlin. Much of my time is spent with others building a movement for a new economy. My background is in anthropology and ethnographic methods, creative writing under poet Bob Creeley, and 18th and 19th century moral philosophy and economic theory. I have a fondness for windmills, independent bookstores, and sound art.

Speakers
avatar for Bernard Marie Chiquet

Bernard Marie Chiquet

Founder, iGi Partners
During more than twenty years, Bernard Marie Chiquet was an entrepreneur (President and Founder of Eurexpert Consulting Cabinet) and Director of large companies (Executive Director at CAPGEMINI, Senior Partner at Ernst & Young, President, CEO of Gedas, Volkswagen group’s 800 people subsidiary). | This expert in organizations left the business world in 2005 because all the organizational systems that he had experienced and observed were not... Read More →
avatar for Leila Hoballah

Leila Hoballah

Co-Founder and President, MakeSense
Leila Hoballah is the co-founder and President of MakeSense & CommonsSense. Lebaneses-Colombian, she graduated in entrepreneurship at ESCP Europe in Paris. She co-founded the student association NOISE and co-launched the movement Disco Soupe. MakeSense is a worldwide community, started in 2010 with Christian Vanizette, that helps social entrepreneurs solve their challenges. Today the MakeSense community has mobilized... Read More →
avatar for Michel de Kemmeter

Michel de Kemmeter

Founder, Set The New Game
- Innovative business models | - Human Development | - Valuation of intangible
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Mélanie Mallet

Project coordinator, CAE CLARA
Transversal skills, collective innovation , sharing knowledge, artistic community.
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Maggie de Pree

Co-Founder, Human Agency
Maggie De Pree is an entrepreneur who believes in the power of human agency – the ability for people to choose to make a difference in the world. She is the co-founder of The League of Intrapreneurs, a global movement for corporate change agents, and The Human Agency, a community incubating systemic solutions for societal challenges. She has spent over a decade working to harness the innovation potential of business to address issues ranging... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 10:30am - 11:20am
Camp A

10:30am

Workshop: Alternatives to the current value of work, distribution and redistribution systems
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Workshop on alternative models for new forms of work, moderated by FING (Amandine Bruguière) 

Speakers
avatar for Amandine  Brugière

Amandine Brugière

Directrice de programme, FING


Thursday May 21, 2015 10:30am - 12:30pm
Camp B

10:45am

Jessi Baker (Provenance): Material things in a decentralised world
Speakers
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Jessi Baker

Founder, Provenance
Designer, technologist and the founder of provenance.org. Provenance facilitates the use of cutting edge digital technologies to make supply chains more transparent. Jessi has worked with many brands on technology strategy including Adidas, The Four Seasons, The Guggenheim Museum, Will.I.Am, British Airways and Louis Vuitton.


Thursday May 21, 2015 10:45am - 10:55am
*Studio

10:45am

The Sharing Economy and Human Connectedness with Arun Sundararajan (NYU) & Jennifer Billock (Couchsurfing)
Moderatoren
avatar for Francesca Pick

Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Billock

Jennifer Billock

CEO, Couchsurfing
Jennifer Billock is the CEO of Couchsurfing, a global social travel network that envisions a world made better by travel and travel made richer by connection. Jennifer leads the Couchsurfing staff in evolving the Couchsurfing service for a community of over 10 million members in virtually every country in the world. She is an experienced and passionate leader with more than 20 years experience in the technology and startup sector, leading teams... Read More →
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Arun Sundararajan

Professor, New York University
Arun Sundararajan is a professor at the Stern School of Business of New York University. His research program studies digital economics and how information technologies transform business and society. Some of his current and recent research focuses on the emergence of digital institutions to facilitate economic and political development, contagion in networks and social media, online privacy, pricing in digital markets and managing digital... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 10:45am - 11:15am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

11:00am

Yann Lischetti (Systemic.cc): Building The Internet of Manufacturing
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Most of us know that we live in a unprecedented systemic crisis. Some people understand that the only efficient thing to do is focus systemic solutions. Only three very hard questions remain: Why, What and How instantiate a higly distributed, efficient and state of the art manufacturing system that have a realistic shot at being a desirable solution

Speakers
avatar for Yann Lischetti

Yann Lischetti

Founder, Systemic.cc
Born as a geek, raised as an engineer, grown as a hacker Yann is a systemic INTP thinker, passionate about everything and expert in nothing. | | Throughout the years he built inventions, robots, websites, products and communities with the same conviction : if he can dream it, he can make it real. | | Today, he has another dream to share with the world : Velocar, a tilting and electric micro-car, whose open source plans and fabrication... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 11:00am - 11:10am
*Studio

11:15am

Jaime Arredondo (OSlantis): How To Create a Successful Open Source Company
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OSlantis CoFounder Jaime Arredondo will discuss what is the secret sauce of Open Source businesses that invite others to copy their innovation. He'll show where the force lies in this approach and how it can offer an alternative to the closed business as usual and accelerate a real transparent and abundant society.

Speakers
avatar for Jaime Arredondo

Jaime Arredondo

Co.Founder, OSlantis
Jaime is one of the co-founders 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 a sustainable way of moving forward by embracing Open Source.


Thursday May 21, 2015 11:15am - 11:25am
*Studio

11:15am

Agile Games, a collaboration trip!
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A selection of 5 Agile Games to go through Agile culture and experience new ways of collaboration, at work, at home and with friends!

"The theory, it's when you undurstand EVERYTHING but NOTHING is working...""The practice, it's when EVERYTHINK works but YOU DON'T KNOW why..."
And we could continue with "Here, NOTHING is working and NO ONE knows why"
But I do prefer happy ending, and it starts with agile and specially with agile games which made the bet to combine theory & practice
"It's a waste of time", "I'm not a kid anymore" ... blablabla it was not so easy to convince the teams, until we ran a huge team building with agile games, in a asian culture context, and here, one of the best game to live for true!
Let's play the non-musical chairs and discover new ways of "people management" for the freedom of the collective intelligence!


Speakers
avatar for Anais Victor

Anais Victor

Engagement Leader, VICTOR ANAIS
Anaïs, 2012, a travel to Vietnam, a company, a Product Owner job... and this is now 3 years living abroad after a big crush for the country and people. | | Groundbreaking Thinker, tackling changes consistently with optimism and firm belief, always on the look-out for improvement possibilities. | | Changing the world? Why not?! But first what about leading a Tribe? What about sharing knowledge? What about leading people to happiness? I... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 11:15am - 12:00pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

11:15am

Sharing Power & Capital
Moderatoren
avatar for Arthur de Grave

Arthur de Grave

Editor & Connector, Ouishare
OUISHARE, REDACTEUR EN CHEF

Speakers
avatar for Matan Field

Matan Field

CEO, Matan Field
A theoretical physicist and entrepreneur, dedicated to connect science and technology with society and humanities, economics and the environment. Have done PhD and postdoctoral research in String Theory, until in late 2013 have co-founded the La'Zooz project -- making a decentralized and collaborative transportation web. Recently have founded Backfeed, building the model and platform to enable the function of large-scale, decentralised... Read More →
avatar for Juho Makkonen

Juho Makkonen

CEO, Sharetribe
I've been building peer-to-peer marketplaces since 2008 and I'm passionate about the impact they have in empowering people in the collaborative economy. My company Sharetribe is focused on helping entrepreneurs in the collaborative economy to launch and manage their own peer-to-peer marketplace platforms.
avatar for David de Ugarte

David de Ugarte

Socio fundador, Grupo de Cooperativas de las Indias
En 2002 fui uno de los fundadores de «las Indias». Las Indias es un grupo de cooperativas que incluye una comunidad igualitaria; dos cooperativas de trabajo con casi cuarenta miembros y secciones que van desde la consultoría de innovación a la fabricación de cerveza; y un club de aprendizaje y debate que atesora una de las mejores colecciones de arte e historia del comunitarismo en el mundo de habla española. | | Tengo la convicción... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 11:15am - 12:00pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

11:25am

The Two Faces of the Maker Movement: Between Individual Empowerment & Commercial Innovation
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The Maker Movement, Fab Labs, Digital Fabrication and Open Hardware are now reaching out to society at large: extensive media coverage, many books are out, policymakers are funding makerspaces hoping they will spur a new wave of economic prosperity, and corporations are jumping on the train.

This momentum is now putting its duality under the spotlight: on one side, making and hacking seen as a driver for individual emancipation; one the other one, as a driver for commercial innovation. This "grassroots vs business" tension can be felt in cultural and practical differences between freedom-focused hackerspaces, and innovation-focused digital fabrication spaces ; or in the open source vs closed source paradigms.

How do we observe this duality, and we overcome it? How can we connect those two communities, and actually are they really two different communities? 

Moderatoren
avatar for Benjamin Tincq

Benjamin Tincq

OuiShare
French social entrepreneur and strategist focused on open source and decentralized technologies for new economies. Co-founder of OuiShare: a global network of projects and people exploring the edge and intersections of collaborative economies, emerging communities and digital transformations ; and POC21: a global community of eco-hackers developing open source solutions for sustainable living. Currently building a new-generation Investment Fund... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Gabriela Agustini

Gabriela Agustini

Founder, Olabi Makerspace
Gabriela Agustini is founder and director of Olabi makerspace, an entrepreneurship hub in Rio de Janeiro dedicated to the sharing of knowledge and the innovative development of tools from carpentry to robotics. She is also currently Professor of Culture and Technology at two universities in Brazil and blogger for Brazilian version of The Huffington Post (Brasil Post). She discovered the potential of the P2P network while studying... Read More →
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Samuel N. Bernier

Creative Director, Le Fab Shop
Digital manufacturing and design.
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Mickael Desmoulins

Open Innovation Manager, Renault Creative Labs
Open Innovation Manager - Renault Creative Lab / Ideas Laboratory
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Ophelia Noor

Chef de projet, SC21
Digital Cultures Explorer & Photojournalist | I have been working on digital cultures since 2010, with a focus on makers communities. Co-author of the book « FabLabs, etc. The new digital fabrication spaces » published in 2015 by Eyrolles, I am also the co-founder of the popular french D.I.Y fairs 'Open Bidouille Camps" (OBC) ; more than 40 OBC were held in France since summer 2012 . I have also worked as a journalist for the digital culture... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 11:25am - 12:10pm
*Studio

11:30am

Workshop: Rebooting the Sharing Economy
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The current Sharing Economy is really a Rental Economy which has been driven by Capitalism & Profit. Its current avatar has lowered barriers of entry and increased participation but still can't address the social dilemma of making it accessible to everyone, especially those who really need it. Private money can no longer stand as social collateral and thus sustainable Third Spaces (between work and home) need to emerge in order to involve the fringes. How will these Third Spaces look like or operate? Can existing spaces be repurposed and made to fit? How can we bridge trust and fiscal issues without corrupting our shared social responsibility?  What capital and ownership models will succeed in the future? How can we build them to reward potential, limit human greed and yet scale this movement? The workshop should help shed light on these questions and more.

Moderatoren
avatar for Sartaj Anand

Sartaj Anand

Founder, Egomonk
I'm a parallel entrepreneur with an unreasonable dream to positively impact a billion human lives and create a billion euros in economic value within my lifetime. I run a boutique consulting firm — Egomonk, focused on Innovation and Strategy, and have travelled, worked and co-created in more than 40 countries so far. Money and business models are my superpowers and I make investments :)

Thursday May 21, 2015 11:30am - 12:30pm
Camp A

12:00pm

Ronald Van Den Hoff (Seats2meet): Serendipity in Society30: how to create sustainable economic value in networks
Speakers
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Ronald Van Den Hoff

Co-founder, Seats2meet.com
CDEF Holding has a remarkable range of ventures operating on the disruptive intersection of the Hospitality Industry and the entrepreneurial world of Internet. CDEF incorporates ‘much discussed’, disruptive exponential formulas, like the co-working and meeting centers Seats2meet.com, Cyberdigma.Lab and the Society30 Foundation. Ronald is also an online entrepreneur and enthusiastic Web-trendstrategist and part of the Dutch Group of... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 12:00pm - 12:10pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

12:00pm

Transitioncraft: if you dream it, share it, chalk it!
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With something as commune, small and ephemeral than a chalk you can have such an impact from an individual level and to a global level.

We Are Chalkers vision is to offer playful and collaborative moments transforming the asphalt and cities (canvas) into temporary creation all over the world (with chalk).
It's much more than scribbling it can address larger questions about public space, civic innovation, creative collaboration...

Let's embrace the theme « Lost in transition » by chalking !

Speakers
avatar for Audrey Richard-Laurent

Audrey Richard-Laurent

Creative Ninja, Audrey Richard-Laurent consulting
Creative Ninja chalking one city at a time with We Are Chalkers! | Ignite creation by providing experiences that fuel imagination, connect people, and stretch minds.


Thursday May 21, 2015 12:00pm - 2:00pm
On the pier in front of the Cabaret Sauvage

12:10pm

Open Source Hardware & the Makers: Fixing the Climate?
Moderatoren
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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 en Europe. | Egalement co-fondatrice de OuiShare, la communauté des acteurs de l’économie... Read More →

Speakers
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Koffi Sénamé Agbodjinou

Founder & Catalyst, L'Africaine d'Architecture/ WoeLab
Born in 1980 in Togo, Sename is architect, researcher in anthropology, ICT social entrepreneur and poet. After a long experience in humanitarian construction, he created the platform 'L’Africaine d’architecture' which aims to explore the possibilities of an alternative architecture based on the line "modernity rooted" enhancing vernacular aesthetics and resources. In 2012 he identified a correspondence between the hacker ethic and... Read More →
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Severine von Tscharner Fleming

director, Greenhorns + Farm Hack
Severine is a farmer, activist, and organizer based in the Champlain Valley of New York. She is director of Greenhorns, a grassroots organization with the mission to recruit, promote and support the rising generation of new farmers in America. Severine has spent the last seven years gathering, bundling and broadcasting the voices and vision of young agrarians. Greenhorns runs a weekly radio show on Heritage Radio Network and apopular blog. They... Read More →
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Timothee Gosselin

-, La Paillasse
Happy MakeSense Gangster and co-founder of the Open Source Circular Economy days, a diverse & globally distributed event using Open Source methodology to build a Circular Economy. |
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Dominik Wind

Co-founder, POC21
Activist and consultant, aiming to develop sustainable futures worth living. Open source everything enthusiast, attracted by utopia, in love with nature and fast bikes.


Thursday May 21, 2015 12:10pm - 12:55pm
*Studio

12:15pm

Jim Pickell (HomeExchange): Sharing Economy Myths Debunked
Speakers
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Jim Pickell

President, HomeExchange.com
I'm an entrepreneur with a passion for disruptive technologies that solve problems I face. A meaningful mission changes everything. I've had the good fortune to help transform three industries over the last decade: online digital entertainment (SONY), online education (OpenEnglish,com) and, am currently obsessed with travel and the sharing economy (HomeExchange.com).


Thursday May 21, 2015 12:15pm - 12:25pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

12:30pm

Juan Cartagena (Traity): 6 future challenges of the reputation society
Speakers
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Juan Cartagena

Founder CEO at Traity, Traity
Juan is cofounder and CEO of Traity. Previously, Juan worked in Strategy and Product Management in the IT industry. Juan holds an MBA from Chicago Booth with High Honours and MEng in electrical engineering from UPM.


Thursday May 21, 2015 12:30pm - 12:45pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

12:30pm

Lunch break
Thursday May 21, 2015 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Camp A

12:30pm

Lunch Blind Date #2
Let the serendipity play for you by getting your lunch and joining the Experience team at the "Lost Zone" in the Playground. We will activate chance for you and create unexpected connexions with other adventurous participants willing to meet, share, learn, and enjoy a Lost In Transition lunch ! 

Thursday May 21, 2015 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Lost Zone (Playground)

12:30pm

Lunch Break
Thursday May 21, 2015 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Camp B

12:30pm

Lunch break
Thursday May 21, 2015 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

12:45pm

Enric Duran (FairCoop): Building a new economic system today
Enric will be talking online

Speakers
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Enric Duran

Founder, FairCoop


Thursday May 21, 2015 12:45pm - 1:00pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

1:00pm

Lost in Transition: a quest for a meaning ?
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Come and meet Marc for lunch at the Circus. He will share with you the story of "A Quest for Meaning", the road-movie he co-authored with his childhood friend Nathanael. 
A Quest for a Meaning is a fully collaborative project, crowdfunded (co-produced by 963 contributors), crowd-distributed (anyone can plan a screening in a neighborhood movie theater). The film came out on January 28 and already reached 60,000 spectators in theaters. 

At 7pm, come back to the Circus for a exclusive screening of the English version of the movie followed by a Q&A session with Marc.Five years ago, Marc was enjoying the vibrant NYC life, doing marketing for a famous French bottled water brand, when he broke his foot. In bed for several weeks, he started watching a series of documentaries left by Nathanael on his computer, about how food is made, how water is despoiled, how selfish our civilisation is… And he could not go back to his life how it was. That’s how his «  quest for a meaning » started. Next he met Nathanael in India to start a 6 month trip on three continents recording interviews of activists, scientists, philosophers and chamans. Together they met great thinkers of our time like Vandana Shiva, Pierre Rabhi, Herve Kempf, Tim Jackson… This initiatory travel full of doubts and joys, questions the collective beliefs that shape Western civilization. It reflects a change in consciousness motivated by the desire to live in harmony with oneself and the world.

Speakers
avatar for Marc de la Ménardière

Marc de la Ménardière

Co-author, Kamea Meah - Colibris
Graduated from a business school, Marc began his career in New York as business developer at Danone. Following an accident and intensive anxiety watching documentaries on the state of the planet , he decided to take a break from her career to start with his childhood friend Nathanael Coste in a road movie on the theme of change . Marc is now involved in Colibris mouvement to promote grassroots initiatives and social change.


Thursday May 21, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

1:00pm

1:00pm

SideWays "Looking for another world"
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Gift and collaborative economy to produce a webdocumentary serie ? 
It was the SideWays' objective when we start the webserie during the 2013 OuiShare Fest. Two years after, we made 8 episodes, meet hundred of projects across Europe and we have brought together an enthusiastic and active community.

SideWays, it's also discovering that others ways to live and work are possible, with our experience but also the projects we highlight : edible forest, wind energy autoconstruction, participave grocery store, and much more.

We will share our feedback about 2 years of discovery and experiences.

Speakers
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Benoit Cassegrain

Photographer, Sideways
Auteur-Réalisateur de documentaire. Après avoir réalisé l'Asian Projekt (Web-Reporter), une série documentaire à travers l'Asie (2007-2009), Goudou-Goudou un webdocumentaire sur la reconstruction post-séisme en Haïti (2010), Présumé Majeur au sujet des jeunes migrants et d'autres réalisations, l'envie de travailler différemment, plus en accord avec mes valeurs, m'ont amené à me lancer dans l'aventure SideWays. Ne plus avoir autant... Read More →
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Helene Legay

Photographer, SideWays
After looking for ways to live according to my values, SideWays helps me to discover lots of solutions and much more. I realize that the world I dream already exist. One key word : confidence. The collaborative economy allied with the gift economy are a big part of the solution. So I work to prove it's possible !


Thursday May 21, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Camp A

2:00pm

Frédéric Laloux: Building a new world? Don’t do it with old management!
Speakers
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Frederic Laloux

Frederic Laloux is a person of many projects that he tries to square, not always easily, with his inner knowing that he is meant to live a simple life, spending much time with his family and whenever possible in the silent presence of trees. | His research in the field of emerging organizational models, published in his book Reinventing Organizations has been described as “groundbreaking,” “spectacular,” “world-changing,” and “a... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 2:00pm - 2:15pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

2:15pm

Andrew Feenberg: From Information to Communication
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Technologies originally introduced to transmit information end up as communication technology once the public gets hold of them. This talk will consider examples from the early telephone through the Minitel to the Internet.

Speakers
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Andrew Feenberg

Professeur, Andrew Feenberg
Andrew


Thursday May 21, 2015 2:15pm - 2:30pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

2:15pm

Kathleen Stokes (Nesta): Analyzing the social & economic impact of collaborative platforms
Speakers
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Kathleen Stokes

Senior Researcher, Nesta
Senior Researcher at Nesta, focusing on public and social innovation.


Thursday May 21, 2015 2:15pm - 2:30pm
*Studio

2:15pm

Workshop: Can cooperatives reinvent themselves?
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In the ongoing connection economy where work is being redifined and constanly challenged by P2P and technology; we are working at sharing resources, knowledge and wealth. In an ever changing definition of progress and the collaborativeness it demands, this new deal calls for a social organization allowing both individual initiative and social cohesion.The cooperative acts as both: a social and work organization that creates and maintains the possibility for change while ensuring a positive social outcome. We will be discussing this model drawing from experiences of leaders in the field based in Paris or elsewhere in France.

Moderatoren
avatar for Jeanne Granger

Jeanne Granger

Founder, Oblique Ecology
The current transition is so challenging that we are often faced with the abyssal question of the nature of progress. Between innovation and precaution, individual transformation and collective cohesion, a new society is yet to be built. Ecology as a cultural revolution plays a major strategic role by revealing how at a personal and global scale, our interests so often conflict. | Work structures and social organizations are not neutral: they... Read More →

Speakers
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David Arnaiz

Associate director, Port Parallele
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Antonin Léonard

Co-fondateur, OuiShare
Antonin is OuiShare Co-Founder & Global Connector. Back in 2010, he created a blog about collaborative consumption, which helped spark the sharing movement in France. This blog adventure layed the foundation of OuiShare, with which he is strving to build a global organization with significant, tangible social impact at a very local level. He researches, consults, speaks and teaches about P2P alternatives and the power of... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Camp A

2:15pm

Workshop: Experiment of Sociocratic decision making
Speakers
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Burak Dindaroglu

Assistant Professor, Izmir University of Economics
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Sezin İlbasmış

Coordinator, SOGLA
doing her PhD on Public Relations, | giving classes and workshops about social entrepreneurship, sustainable development and social impact. Recently focusing on branding and reputation at 3rd sector, and social impacts of companies | improving herself about community building and its communication methodologies | writing on online national blogs and her own blog


Thursday May 21, 2015 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Camp B

2:30pm

Christina Jäger (The Grameen Creative Lab): How collaborative approaches could grow their impact applying the social business concept

Speakers
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Christina Jäger

Director Strategy & Business Development, The Grameen Creative Lab
Christina is the Director Strategy & Business Development at The Grameen Creative Lab which has been cofounded by the Nobel Laureate Muhammed Yunus who seeded the idea of social business to the world through his second book, Building Social Business: The New Kind of Capitalism that Serves Humanity's Most Pressing Needs. Christina brings many practical examples from the field working with the Grameen Creative Lab and will share about the... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 2:30pm - 2:45pm
*Studio

2:30pm

Is cooperation a matter of culture, design or nature?
Moderatoren
avatar for Arthur de Grave

Arthur de Grave

Editor & Connector, Ouishare
OUISHARE, REDACTEUR EN CHEF

Speakers
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Jon Alexander

Partner, New Citizenship Project, Mr
I am motivated by a belief in the potential of the Citizen (though not the Consumer) to create a better world - equitable, sustainable, creative and fun. I have founded the New Citizenship Project to provide a hub for this work: we're an innovation lab, generating and delivering creative initiatives which promote the role of the citizen and inspire participation in society. Our ultimate purpose is to change the story of the "Consumer" as the main... Read More →
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Oscar Barda

Final Boss, Them Games
Oscar Barda's a game designer and theorist. After studying architecture, he went on to work on AAA titles before co-founding the indie game company Them Games that he rules with an iron fist. | He works as an art counselor and game curator at la Gaîté lyrique in Paris where he runs video game workshops for senior citizens and game analytics ateliers with kids.
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Charles Eisenstein

Author, Sacred Economics
CHARLES EISENSTEIN is a speaker and writer focusing on themes of human culture and identity. He is the author of several books, most recently Sacred Economics and The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible. His background includes a degree in mathematics and philosophy from Yale, a decade in Taiwan as a translator, and stints as a college instructor, a yoga teacher, and a construction worker. He currently writes and speaks... Read More →
avatar for Nathan Stern

Nathan Stern

CEO, Common Good Factory
I define myself as a social designer. | I do my best to raise awareness about the idea that empathy is all we need. | | Since 2001, I've been developing and refining a collaborative methodology to foster trust and cooperation within communities. I design and launch tools, games and ideas : | Peuplade.fr (2003) | Voisin-Age.fr (2008) | AvecNosProches.com (2012) | Currently, with my partner Claude Van Leeuwen, I’m building the Common... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 2:30pm - 3:15pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

2:30pm

BEATBOX & LOOP GAMES !
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Voices without limits

We will explore together what is possible with the voice. You will quickly learn some basic beatbox skills and become a beatbox choir, a vocal samba band, a human orchestra, we’ll create soundeffects to an imagined movie.. Then we are ready to create music in the moment collaboratively: through simple and fun ‘loop’ games and with an actual loop station. Our voices become instruments: Beatbox & beyond.

Speakers

Thursday May 21, 2015 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

2:45pm

Is the collaborative economy for educated and urban middle class only?
Moderatoren
avatar for Esra Tat

Esra Tat

Partner, Alkimya.co
Social impact advocate, involved in environmental / social projects, and interested in the power of the collaborative economy to solve these challenges. | | Previously | > Co-directed during 5 years a social enterprise experimenting alternative business models to scale up affordable housing via cohousing projects. | | Currently | > Co-founder of W(e)Talk, a non-profit fostering women empowerment through a diversity of role... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Koffi Sénamé Agbodjinou

Koffi Sénamé Agbodjinou

Founder & Catalyst, L'Africaine d'Architecture/ WoeLab
Born in 1980 in Togo, Sename is architect, researcher in anthropology, ICT social entrepreneur and poet. After a long experience in humanitarian construction, he created the platform 'L’Africaine d’architecture' which aims to explore the possibilities of an alternative architecture based on the line "modernity rooted" enhancing vernacular aesthetics and resources. In 2012 he identified a correspondence between the hacker ethic and... Read More →
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Shelby Clark

CEO, peers.org
Shelby is a social entrepreneur who has dedicated his career to building and empowering p2p marketplaces. He is currently the CEO of peers.org, which aims to support sharing economy workers left vulnerable from the lack of a traditional employment infrastructure. Previously, Shelby was the founder and CEO of RelayRides, the world’s first peer-to-peer carsharing marketplace, which now operates in over 2,500 US cities. He was an early... Read More →
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Helen Goulden

Executive Director, Nesta
Helen Goulden is director of Nesta’s innovation lab, where she leads programs that address issues such as climate change and the use of collaborative digital technologies in public services. Before joining Nesta she spent several years consulting in the Cabinet Office, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and in local governments. She has a passion for disruptive innovation, environmental sustainability and participatory research... Read More →
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Emanuele Musa

CEO Babele, Babele - Create Together
My name is Emanuele, Italian electronic engineer, startup trainer and social entrepreneur based in Bucharest. | In 2009 in Brazil, I wrote my MBA Thesis on Participatory Democracy. | | 1,5 years ago I left my job at Procter & Gamble in Paris and with my wife Ruxandra, we launched Babele : an Open Innovation center that combines open business modeling with peer-to-peer learning, enabling society stakeholders to contribute their time... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 2:45pm - 3:25pm
*Studio

3:15pm

Break
Thursday May 21, 2015 3:15pm - 3:30pm
Camp B

3:15pm

Break
Thursday May 21, 2015 3:15pm - 3:30pm
Camp A

3:15pm

OuiShare Awards Pitches
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Don't miss out the special pitch session dedicated to OuiShare Awards nominees!
14 great projects and people to discover. 
And you have your part to play as the final winners will highly depend on the offline votes, given by attendees at the Fest. 
 

Moderatoren
avatar for Esra Tat

Esra Tat

Partner, Alkimya.co
Social impact advocate, involved in environmental / social projects, and interested in the power of the collaborative economy to solve these challenges. | | Previously | > Co-directed during 5 years a social enterprise experimenting alternative business models to scale up affordable housing via cohousing projects. | | Currently | > Co-founder of W(e)Talk, a non-profit fostering women empowerment through a diversity of role... Read More →

Thursday May 21, 2015 3:15pm - 4:15pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

3:30pm

Workshop: Explore the World of Bitcoin
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Have you wanted to explore the world of Bitcoin but don't know where to start? This is the workshop for you. You'll learn how to choose and set up a wallet, add security with 2-factor authentification, and buy BTC. You'll also set up a ChangeTip account and immediately receive BTC and be able to send it.

Attendees will need to bring a connected device (laptop, tablet, cell phone) with a browser and wi-fi.


Moderatoren
avatar for Caterina Rindi

Caterina Rindi

Principal, Rindi Consulting
Caterina Rindi immersed herself in the Collaborative Economy in 2010 when she started a local food business in San Francisco based on sharing resources that already exist. She comes from a background in teaching and non-profits and has been building community in various forms for over 10 years. The overlap and foray into Bitcoin - and recognizing it as a potential p2p equalizer - began in late 2013. Now she's educating and introducing... Read More →

Thursday May 21, 2015 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Camp B

3:30pm

Improvisation Theater : the flow of play
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Nuage de lait and Déborah will help you to discover the history of theatrical improvisation by exploring several exercises based on the importance of listening and the precision of detail and creativity. Like this you will discover how to construct and assume your character and, moreover, to lend it credibility.

This will allow you to build different plots that will help to create a story.

These two instructors will teach you a handful of keys in order to master the necessary postures, the precision of the gestures and the awareness of the surroundings.


Thursday May 21, 2015 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

3:30pm

Could the collaborative economy help address poverty and exclusion, in both developed and developing countries?
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Moderatoren
avatar for Narmada Ramakrishna

Narmada Ramakrishna

Social Entrepreneur, pink maharani
A social entrepreneur and cross-connector for communities and businesses. Cofounder of Trade School Geneva and artisanal focused social enterprise and ethical luxury brand pink maharani, co-leading the Social Impact track for the Fest.

Speakers
avatar for Asmaa Guedira

Asmaa Guedira

Connector, OuiShare - Womanity
I am passionate about social innovation, and very interested in the impact of collaboration enabled by digital technology in creative and innovative communities that emerge in society, and their impact on organizations as well as gender structures. I am Moroccan and lived in Rabat, Paris, New York and Istanbul during 10 years, before becoming a nomad, living and working around the world, with a major focus in Middle East and North Africa region... Read More →
avatar for Christina Jäger

Christina Jäger

Director Strategy & Business Development, The Grameen Creative Lab
Christina is the Director Strategy & Business Development at The Grameen Creative Lab which has been cofounded by the Nobel Laureate Muhammed Yunus who seeded the idea of social business to the world through his second book, Building Social Business: The New Kind of Capitalism that Serves Humanity's Most Pressing Needs. Christina brings many practical examples from the field working with the Grameen Creative Lab and will share about the... Read More →
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Tomas de Lara

Co-leader, Sistema B
Co-leader of Sistema B Brasil (B Corps Movement), social entrepreneur and a business netweaver, Tomás co-founded Goma a co-owning space and collaborative ecosystem of social entrepreneurs and two Hubs of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers Community. Specialist on collaborative and sustainable economies, member of the board of Coca-Cola Brasil Foundation and SNCI (Saudi Arabia National Creative Initiative), Tomás teaches at... Read More →
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Katia Morales

Filmmaker and Sociologist, NA
Katia is a filmmaker and sociologist. She became interested on Sharing Economy while developing a research on crowdfunding as a tool to finance documentary films in Mexico and Latin America. She collaborates with local and international initiatives and is particularly interested in those with a multidisciplinary approach.


Thursday May 21, 2015 3:30pm - 4:15pm
*Studio

3:30pm

Workshop: FEM Lab 2/2
Moderatoren
avatar for Rebekah O'Rourke

Rebekah O'Rourke

Founder & Director, THIRD & Grubb School of Organisational Analysis
Our work is based on the reality that as humans - We Exist to Share. We share the planet, resources, our skills and ourselves. | | I am very curious about people's experience of the dynamics of sharing and working with others. What gets in the way? What works well? How do we understand our part in it? | |
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Mirran Raphaely

Founder, Flow Global
Come talk to me about what matters to you! | | I care about the meeting places of seeming opposites: masculinity and femininity, work and play, collectivity and individualism, agency and powerlessness, truth and distortion, benevolence and cruelty, divinity and profanity. | | And meet the Flow Global team at OuiShare Fest! We support women to support the world.

Thursday May 21, 2015 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Camp A

4:00pm

Workshop: Do you have something to hide?
Learn about the tools that are available to everyone to protect yourself from massive data collection.

The workshop will be about the arguments why everybody has someting to hide, followed by a hands-on session with practical steps to restore your online privacy. Bring your computers and mobile phones and join the Internet Freedom movement!

Learn more about Internet Freedom on https://ihavesomethingtohi.de/

Moderatoren
avatar for Pierre Ozoux

Pierre Ozoux

Co-Founder IndieHosters, Pierre Ozoux

Thursday May 21, 2015 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Camp B

4:00pm

Qi Gong Introduction Practice

Manolie will introduce you into the world of QI Gong, the art of movement in the thought of the eastern traditions, beginning with a moment of profound relaxation and self-presence.

Next, exercises of movement and opening of the joints will be performed in order to loosen progresively the corporal tensions.

The subsequent movements (of Wei Dan) are designed to activate the large muscle groups, are centred on breathing, based on self-massage and self-awareness of the senses, all this to assess the energy within the body.

Manolie is a professional choreographer and QI Gong/Nei Gong certified instructor at the Zhi Rou Jia school.

 


Speakers
avatar for Manolie Soysouvanh

Manolie Soysouvanh

Dancer, Qi Gong Instructor
Manolie Soysouvanh est danseuse professionnelle. Elle s'est formée au Conservatoire Régional de Grenoble et au sein de la Cie Coline (M.Berns, D.Bagouet, M.Kéléménis, H.Robbe). Elle participe à des créations de danse contemporaine où se joue la question de la composition collective : La Coalition avec Alain Michard ; Voix fréquents avec Katja Fleig. La question de la tradition avec... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
On the grass in front of the Cabaret Sauvage

4:15pm

Break
Thursday May 21, 2015 4:15pm - 4:30pm
*Studio

4:15pm

Break
Thursday May 21, 2015 4:15pm - 4:30pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

4:15pm

Break
Thursday May 21, 2015 4:15pm - 4:30pm
*Studio

4:15pm

Break
Thursday May 21, 2015 4:15pm - 4:45pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

4:30pm

Break
Thursday May 21, 2015 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Camp B

4:30pm

Break
Thursday May 21, 2015 4:30pm - 4:45pm
Camp A

4:30pm

Neal Gorenflo: The Rise of Sharing Cities
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How did the global sharing cities movement get started, what's the state of play today, and where are things headed?  One of the co-catalysts of the movement gives his perspective.

Speakers
avatar for Neal Gorenflo

Neal Gorenflo

Co-founder, Shareable.net
Co-founder of Shareable.net, the leading news, connection, and action hub for the global sharing movement. Co-catalyst of the sharing cities movement. Adviser to Sharing City Seoul, Sharing City Amsterdam, and Bologna's Urban Commons. Co-editor of the first sharing economy policy guide for urban leaders, Policies for Shareable Cities. @Gorenflo on Twitter.


Thursday May 21, 2015 4:30pm - 4:45pm
*Studio

4:30pm

UnConference
Moderatoren
avatar for Marie-Anne Bernasconi

Marie-Anne Bernasconi

Facilitator, OuiShare
OUISHARE, CONNECTOR NICE
avatar for Luís Tamayo

Luís Tamayo

Governance Connector, Ouishare

Thursday May 21, 2015 4:30pm - 6:15pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

4:45pm

Amsterdam & Nijmegen Sharing Cities: grassroots vs grasstops.
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In this session, both Harmen van Sprang (initiator of Amsterdam Sharing City) and Nils Roemen (initiator of Nijmegen Sharing City) will share with you their insights and experience on what it might take to make a sharing or collaborative city.

Although Nils is a grassroots guy and Harmen more of a grasstops guy, they both see their cities as a playground. A place where on the one hand you have to work with all sorts of stakeholders and on the other hand you just want to start building that sharing society with your own hands. Sometimes literally, for example by trying to build a house on sharing principles or creating a co-working space with no money involved.

There are two sides to the story of designing a sharing city and both are valuable. What can Nils and Harmen learn from each other in their approaches in their own cities? What can you learn from their experience and experiments? And even more important: what common insights can we gather and share with other cities all over the world?

This session is not only about sharing cities. This session is also about collaborating and creating succesful projects, big or small. A real life think tank with a whole lot of doing. 


Speakers
avatar for Nils Roemen

Nils Roemen

entrepreneur, Nijmegen sharing city
I see it everyday:"We live in a world of plenty". However, too much of the wealth we create is unused or in the wrong place and this leaves us with a so-called “social surplus”. I'm convinced that we can repurpose this surplus by linking ideas, items and people. The current network-and information society enables us to create those links faster than ever before. A good idea and the right link at the right time mobilizes this social surplus... Read More →
avatar for Harmen van Sprang

Harmen van Sprang

co-founder, shareNL
Harmen van Sprang is the co-founder of shareNL, the Dutch knowledge and networking platform for the collaborative (sharing) economy. Together with co-founder Pieter van de Glind and his team, Harmen works with startups, corporations, cities, governments and knowledge institutions in The Netherlands and abroad. All with the objective to further develop the collaborative economy. Furthermore, they are the initiators of Amsterdam Sharing City and... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 4:45pm - 5:00pm
*Studio

4:45pm

Workshop: Social Impact challenge: Applying design thinking and collective intelligence
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What types of peer/collaborative technologies are best placed to improve the work of the humanitarian sector? How could these technologies be applied in a scalable experiment to improve humanitarian response? 

Join-in to explore the disruptive solutions to these social issues in the SenseFiction workshop, focused on devising new applications that could be pursued to make humanitarian responses more effective, safe, responsive, cheaper or creative by  applying the knowledge of collaborative systems and peer technology. 

 


Moderatoren
avatar for Alizée Lozac'hmeur

Alizée Lozac'hmeur

Co-founder - Co-fondatrice, SenseCube
Graduated from HEC Paris in Entrepreneurship and Social Business, Alizée first worked for an impact investing fund, le Comptoir de l’Innovation. Meanwhile, she supported several social entepreneurs within the MakeSense community. She realized that new models of social start-ups were being developed, using digital technologies to mobilize strong communities and solve pressing social and environmental issues. She launched the SenseCube... Read More →
avatar for Ben Webster

Ben Webster

Researcher
Interested in exploring how to use p2p technology in tackling complex and protracted humanitarian emergencies. Leading a workshop to brainstorm and prototype ideas. | | Currently working as part of the humanitarian response to assist Syrian refugees in Jordan; as well as p-t researcher on technology, collaborative economy and innovation in public policy. Contributing researcher on the UK's Sharing Economy Review. Previously worked at the... Read More →

Thursday May 21, 2015 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Camp A

4:45pm

Workshop: After capitalism? Let's reinvent everything!
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We need to enter the we don't know zone, realize and share the fact that we are entering a moment in history where we don't know what will happen, what can happen.

This workshop is dedicated to that intention. What will happen? we don't know. Come and join us to open this space where everything is possible to share a moment of not knowing!

Moderatoren
avatar for Etienne Hayem

Etienne Hayem

founder, Symba IDF
How can we achieve sovereignty in money? credit? and currency creation? | | I'm OuiShare Connector on Money since the beginning of OuiShare, and cocreated a project of local currency for the region Ile de France. | I also blog in french sometimes on www.zoupic.com

Speakers
avatar for Charles Eisenstein

Charles Eisenstein

Author, Sacred Economics
CHARLES EISENSTEIN is a speaker and writer focusing on themes of human culture and identity. He is the author of several books, most recently Sacred Economics and The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible. His background includes a degree in mathematics and philosophy from Yale, a decade in Taiwan as a translator, and stints as a college instructor, a yoga teacher, and a construction worker. He currently writes and speaks... Read More →
avatar for Joe Ross

Joe Ross

Chief Strategy Officer, Ideas on Stage
Author, Poet, and Social Strategy Designer, Joe Ross works in developing new thinking around economic and social issues often including the Arts as a transformational vehicle for positive change. Interested in Cultural event-creation and former marketing specialist at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in Washington, D.C.; he has served in the capacity of Chief of Policy and Senior Advisor to prominent institutions, foundations... Read More →
avatar for Brett Scott

Brett Scott

Author, The Heretic's Guide to Global Finance
Brett Scott is a journalist, campaigner and the author of The Heretic’s Guide to Global Finance: Hacking the Future of Money  (Pluto Press: 2013). He works on financial reform, alternative finance and economic activism with a wide variety of NGOs, artists and students, and writes for publications such as The Guardian, New Scientist, Wired Magazine, Aeon and CNN.com. He tweets as @suitpossum


Thursday May 21, 2015 4:45pm - 6:00pm
Camp B

4:45pm

Love Confessions
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In the old greek there were six different words for Love. What are the assumptions, biases and myths that we bring to love? How do we expand our ideas of love beyond romantic love and monogamy? Love confessions will explore the possibilities of hacking our own ideas about love to collect different impressions and possibilities of loving. What does love means for you? In this session will use visual inputs to open a mindful space conversation about the topic.


Speakers
avatar for Alexa Clay

Alexa Clay

Author, The Misfit Economy
I am a writer, economic historian and innovation strategist living in Berlin. Much of my time is spent with others building a movement for a new economy. My background is in anthropology and ethnographic methods, creative writing under poet Bob Creeley, and 18th and 19th century moral philosophy and economic theory. I have a fondness for windmills, independent bookstores, and sound art.
avatar for Pedro Jardim

Pedro Jardim

CEO, Coliga
Pedro was born in São Paulo and grew up between Germany and Brazil and currently is based in Berlin. | | As a cofounder of the following initiatives he has been exploring online and offline ways that empower and foster collaborative life-styles. | | Agora a prototype of a community with the intention of defining new ways of interactions and working in today ́s context. | | Apoio a community cleaning service where we developed a... Read More →
avatar for Tomas de Lara

Tomas de Lara

Co-leader, Sistema B
Co-leader of Sistema B Brasil (B Corps Movement), social entrepreneur and a business netweaver, Tomás co-founded Goma a co-owning space and collaborative ecosystem of social entrepreneurs and two Hubs of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers Community. Specialist on collaborative and sustainable economies, member of the board of Coca-Cola Brasil Foundation and SNCI (Saudi Arabia National Creative Initiative), Tomás teaches at... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 4:45pm - 6:00pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

5:00pm

How to avoid reinventing the wheel for Collaborative Cities
Moderatoren
avatar for Mathieu Lefevre

Mathieu Lefevre

Executive Director, New Cities Foundation
The New Cities Foundation is a non profit whose mission is to shape a better urban future for all by generating and scaling ideas and solutions through events, research and urban innovation projects. We envision a world where cities drive economic, social and environmental progress. | | Mathieu oversees the Foundation's strategy and its day to day operations. Previously, he worked for the World Bank and for the UN Department of Peacekeeping... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Miguel Ferrer

Miguel Ferrer

Director and Founder, Bkrthr
Policy and regulatory advisor in digital business | Coordinator of Sharing España, Spanish trade group for the sharing economy | Administrator of ecolaborativa.com, blog which analyses regulations and policies related with the sharing economy.
avatar for Helen Goulden

Helen Goulden

Executive Director, Nesta
Helen Goulden is director of Nesta’s innovation lab, where she leads programs that address issues such as climate change and the use of collaborative digital technologies in public services. Before joining Nesta she spent several years consulting in the Cabinet Office, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and in local governments. She has a passion for disruptive innovation, environmental sustainability and participatory research... Read More →
avatar for Christian Iaione

Christian Iaione

Professor of Urban Law, LUISS LABGOV
Christian Iaione is associate professor of public law at Guglielmo Marconi University of Rome and visiting professor of governance of the commons at LUISS Guido Carli where he coordinates the LabGov – LABoratory for the GOVernance of Commons (www.labgov.it). Graduated in Law at LUISS Guido Carli, he earned an LL.M. in Government Economic Regulation at NYU School of Law and received his PhD in European and Comparative Public Administration... Read More →
avatar for Amandine Piron

Amandine Piron

Co-fondatrice, Collporterre
Co -founder of the association Collporterre and PhD student , Amandine is interested in the potential of collaborative practices to rethink our models of territorial development #territories #social innovation # distributed economy | Amandine is also Ouishare Connector Brittany.
avatar for Marco Torregrossa

Marco Torregrossa

EU Connector, OuiShare
Besides being EU Connector for OuiShare Marco is Managing Director @ The European Sharing Economy Coalition and Secretary General @ The European Forum of Independent Professionals. Marco is a policy and legal advisor specialised in collaborative self-employment, co-operative entrepreneurship, digital work in the sharing economy and the impacts of flexible labor regulations. He has a great passion for how freelancers in the sharing economy and... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
*Studio

5:30pm

Workshop: Cooperation is about satisfying individuals’ needs
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Cooperation is one of the greatest challenges for a sucessfull project ! How many projects have failed because there were too many tensions among the group, because partners didn't succeed in working together.
In this workshop, you will learn to address three fundamental questions to be dealt with in order to create minimum secured basis for cooperation.

This workshop has been designed like a game so be ready to play !

Speakers
avatar for Anne-Laure Brun-Buisson

Anne-Laure Brun-Buisson

lawyer, mediator, Anne-Laure Brun-Buisson
Mediator, lawyer, collective intelligence facilitator | - founder of ShareLex (www.sharelex.org) | - founder of D'une rive à l'autre (www.dunerivealautre.net) | - founder of Mediess (www.mediess.fr)
avatar for Anne-Cécile Ragot

Anne-Cécile Ragot

Présidente, TAOA
Anne-Cécile Ragot - Social Innovation Consultant at SmarteeLab (smarteelab.com), Collective Intelligence Facilitator, Alternative Currencies Expert, Co-Founder of TAOA (taoaproject.org)


Thursday May 21, 2015 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Camp A

6:15pm

Closing
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Wrap-up of D2 with all the D2 track leaders

Team
avatar for Asmaa Guedira

Asmaa Guedira

Connector, OuiShare - Womanity
I am passionate about social innovation, and very interested in the impact of collaboration enabled by digital technology in creative and innovative communities that emerge in society, and their impact on organizations as well as gender structures. I am Moroccan and lived in Rabat, Paris, New York and Istanbul during 10 years, before becoming a nomad, living and working around the world, with a major focus in Middle East and North Africa region... Read More →
avatar for Francesca Pick

Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →


Thursday May 21, 2015 6:15pm - 6:30pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris
 
Friday, May 22
 

8:30am

9:00am

Morning Rise #3 " Wutao, awakening the soul of the body"
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Wutao is a energetical body art about awakening the soul of the body. Mixture between tai chi & yoga, Wutao is based on breathing and waves, it's about creating an harmonious relationship to get in touch with our body, expand our consciousness and just be with ourselves for a moment.

Speakers
avatar for Etienne Hayem

Etienne Hayem

founder, Symba IDF
How can we achieve sovereignty in money? credit? and currency creation? | | I'm OuiShare Connector on Money since the beginning of OuiShare, and cocreated a project of local currency for the region Ile de France. | I also blog in french sometimes on www.zoupic.com


Friday May 22, 2015 9:00am - 9:20am
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

9:30am

Sara Horowitz (Freelancers Union): What is the Purpose of a Collaborative Society Anyway?
Speakers
avatar for SARA HOROWITZ

SARA HOROWITZ

Executive Director, Freelancers Union
As Freelancers Union’s Founder and Executive Director, Sara Horowitz has been helping the new workforce build solutions together for nearly two decades.  A MacArthur Foundation “Genius” fellow and Deputy Chair of the Federal Reserve of  New York,&nbs... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 9:30am - 9:45am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

9:45am

Aral Balkan (Ind.ie): 85
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85 is a very interesting number. It might be the greatest indicator we have yet of the existential threat faced by our species in the Antropocene. In this talk, Aral Balkan will explain how that number is related to ubiquitous surveillance, erosion of human rights, loss of our habitat, and, unless we act, the end of democracy.

Speakers
avatar for Aral Balkan

Aral Balkan

Founder and lead designer, ind.ie


Friday May 22, 2015 9:45am - 10:00am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:00am

POC21: Hacking the climate summit with open source sustainable products
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Next december, 20.000 diplomats will converge toward Paris for COP21, the 21st U.N. climate summit, in what is announced as yet another very last chance to save us all. But over the last 20 summits of this kind, the worldwide co2 emissions have doubled. 

Ahead of this, 100+ makers, designers, engineers, and more, will join forces this summer for a unique 5-week innovation camp of co-living and co-making, in an old french castle. Together, they will create 12 open and sustainable products “sexy like Apple but open like Linux”, in the areas of energy, housing, food, mobility and the circular economy. And then showcased to the world ahead and during the climate summit, in a unique blend of “IKEA Catalog” and Whole Earth Catalog.

This is POC21: a "proof of concept" that open source, the maker movement and distributed fabrication, can help us spread the means and tools for sustainable living. This project is the latest and biggest endeavour from OuiShare, in co-production with our friends OpenState, organizers of the infamous "Palomar5" innovation camp in 2009 in Berlin.


During this keynote, the firs 7 projects participating to the POC21 innovation camp will be revealed, as well our plans for the immediate and long-term future.


Speakers
avatar for Simon Kiepe

Simon Kiepe

CREATIVE, CREATOR, MAKER, BUILDER, Openstate
Radical thinker and designer, co-founder of 10hoch16 sustainable design studio and OpenState. Simon is POC21’s creative director, building bridges between disciplines into a coherent concept.
avatar for Justyna Swat

Justyna Swat

co-founder, POC21 / USIL
Strategic designer and architect. Working on projects developing socially and ecologically responsible solutions using digital tools. Urban researcher. Co-founder of POC21 , design assistant at the ENSCI les Ateliers School of Industrial Design, WikiHouse Foundation executive, founder of Urban Strategy and Innovation Lab USIL .
avatar for Benjamin Tincq

Benjamin Tincq

OuiShare
French social entrepreneur and strategist focused on open source and decentralized technologies for new economies. Co-founder of OuiShare: a global network of projects and people exploring the edge and intersections of collaborative economies, emerging communities and digital transformations ; and POC21: a global community of eco-hackers developing open source solutions for sustainable living. Currently building a new-generation Investment Fund... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 10:00am - 10:15am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:15am

10:30am

Nicolas Debock: Introduction to the Work Track
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Look around. The way work gets done is changing. Work is being reduced into smaller pieces, altering the practice both for organisations that buy work and for professionals delivering work for pay.

Fundamental societal changes, unprecedented economic uncertainty and global megatrends are changing the way employment works and how people connect with work towards greater dynamism. A growing shift has started where organisations are less compelled to own resources, but place more value on access to networks and talent pools, utilising independent services and external knowledge transfer on an as-needed basis. 

The evolving workforce is a mixture of full-time employees, contractors, freelancers, and – increasingly – people with no formal ties to your organisation at all, the open source talent or crowdsourcing model. This trend will ultimately rewrite what the term workforce actually means.​

This session will tackle the trend of "work without jobs" and discuss challenges and options ahead.

Speakers
avatar for Nicolas DEBOCK

Nicolas DEBOCK

Investor, Balderton Capital


Friday May 22, 2015 10:30am - 10:40am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:30am

Collaborative governance: confessions & lessons from building self-managed organizations
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An increasing number of organizations are opening up their governance and moving towards self management. What leads organizations to this decision? Does it really work? What are the challenges? In this session people experimenting with new forms of organization will share their testimonials in an open session... where the participants take the lead!

Moderatoren
avatar for Marie-Anne Bernasconi

Marie-Anne Bernasconi

Facilitator, OuiShare
OUISHARE, CONNECTOR NICE
avatar for Francesca Pick

Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Leila Hoballah

Leila Hoballah

Co-Founder and President, MakeSense
Leila Hoballah is the co-founder and President of MakeSense & CommonsSense. Lebaneses-Colombian, she graduated in entrepreneurship at ESCP Europe in Paris. She co-founded the student association NOISE and co-launched the movement Disco Soupe. MakeSense is a worldwide community, started in 2010 with Christian Vanizette, that helps social entrepreneurs solve their challenges. Today the MakeSense community has mobilized... Read More →
avatar for Stelio Verzera

Stelio Verzera

Professional Troublemaker, Cocoon Projects
| Curious wanderer. Fond of the ocean, lean thinking and open collaboration. | In 2011 I've founded Cocoon Projects and designed LiquidO (www.liquidorganisation.info). | Since then I've been travelling around the world to understand what I've done. | | https://about.me/stelioverzera


Friday May 22, 2015 10:30am - 11:15am
*Studio

10:30am

Workshop: Near Future of School
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The Near Future of School workshop is based on a light-design thinking process in order to design a crowdfunding campaign for a school project related to entrepreneurship and increase its impact on students and backers.


The project object of the workshop is coming from the work that a Mini Entreprise from Junior Achievement has done in several schools during last year. It’s a one-year entrepreneurial project developed by students within a complete entrepreneurial process from idea to conception using a learning by doing philosophy.


Participants of the workshop will use their creativity and experiences working together with personas, brainstorming and team working in order to define a list of rewards and communication actions that will share the benefic outputs of the project with its stakeholder.


In its OuiShare edition the workshop aims to give participants occasion to learn new tools and understand how crowdfunding can bring outside of school walls the impact generated.

Moreover, it will be a prototype of collaboration between School Raising and JA.


Speakers
avatar for Guglielmo Apolloni

Guglielmo Apolloni

Designer + Social proto-entrepreneur, School Raising
Guglielmo co-founded School Raising, the first Italian crowdfunding platform for school projects, and Mitosis, a “family feeling” co-working space in Berlin. He’s working as a designer for different profit and no-profit organizations between Italy, Germany and Slovakia. His approach combines four words - #diffuse #creativity #design #thinking - to enable people to build their solutions to the problems and needs they have close... Read More →
avatar for Kevin Ilardi

Kevin Ilardi

Coordinateur Régional, Entreprendre Pour Apprendre | Junior Achievement
Kevin is a social entrepreneur working with Junior Achievement (Entreprendre Pour Apprendre et 100 000 Entrepreneurs) on school projects applying a learning by doing and humanist philosophy. He is developping educational workshop in order to use collaborative intelligence building the future of education. | | He founded OuiShare Research Student that allow student to collaborate around collaborative economy topics in order to create an... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 10:30am - 11:30am
Camp A

10:30am

Lost In ... Communication ?
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No collaboration without communication ! Come and discover the hidden architectures of collaboration and experiment Non-Violent Communication (NVC)

The keystone of the collaborative economy is TRUST => To build TRUST in any of your collaborative projects you have to develop a clear and authentic COMMUNICATION !

If the relation you want to build with your partners, are full of « untold stories », misunderstandings, bad past experiences of co-creation, there is a high risk of resulting in one nice word => #FAILURE !

Come and discover a simple and powerful tool to efficiently co-create with other humans J and avoid the numerous traps on your route to collaboration !

Workshop by Vincent HOUBA

Comes from Belgium, Architect and psychoanalyst.

NVC (Non Violent Communication) Certified Trainer.

Consultant and researcher in liberation of Life in organizations

http://www.architectures-invisibles.com/


Speakers
avatar for Vincent Houba

Vincent Houba

Les Architectures Invisibles


Friday May 22, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

10:30am

Workshop: Open Hardware & Industrialization
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Working on OSH projects in the field of big industries 8energy, transport etc.) leads to face numerous challenges. These markets are usually characterized by important and powerful players dominating their markets at both national and global levels.
Industrial activities are usually ruled with highly complex legislation as they face major risks.
Users need to gain confidence of their supplier who must grant the highest security standards.
The industrial actors play a systemic role in the global economy, the environmental footprint and world political balance. It is a must that socially concerned projects gain their place in such a strategic sector.
Therefore, OSH startups need to play smart in order to succeed.
Here we will find some of the key answers, applying powerful business techniques to real scenarios.

Speakers
avatar for Hugo Frederich

Hugo Frederich

ingénieur-physicien, Open Source Ecologie
avatar for Andrea Sannuto

Andrea Sannuto

Co-President, Open Source Ecologie


Friday May 22, 2015 10:30am - 12:30pm
Camp B

10:40am

Shelby Clark (Peers): Collaborative Employment: the changing face of work in the new economy
Speakers
avatar for Shelby Clark

Shelby Clark

CEO, peers.org
Shelby is a social entrepreneur who has dedicated his career to building and empowering p2p marketplaces. He is currently the CEO of peers.org, which aims to support sharing economy workers left vulnerable from the lack of a traditional employment infrastructure. Previously, Shelby was the founder and CEO of RelayRides, the world’s first peer-to-peer carsharing marketplace, which now operates in over 2,500 US cities. He was an early... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 10:40am - 10:55am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

10:55am

11:10am

Ramon Suarez (Betacowork): Working collaboratively in entrepreneurial ecosystems
Speakers
avatar for Ramon Suarez

Ramon Suarez

Founder & Serendipity Accelerator, Betacowork Coworking Brussels
Ramon Suarez is the founder of Betacowork coworking space in Brussels, a hub for entrepreneurs and professionals. He is the author of the Coworking Handbook (a guide for coworking space operators) and is the President of the Startup Europe Coworking Assembly. Ramon actively promotes tech startups in Belgium as a board member of Startups.be (an umbrella organization that brings together the entities that help tech entrepreneurs in Belgium... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 11:10am - 11:25am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

11:15am

Michel de Kemmeter: How Systemic Alliances can mainstream alternative models
Speakers
avatar for Michel de Kemmeter

Michel de Kemmeter

Founder, Set The New Game
- Innovative business models | - Human Development | - Valuation of intangible


Friday May 22, 2015 11:15am - 11:30am
*Studio

11:25am

11:30am

How legacy companies are embracing new forms of mobility
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Legacy companies have been eager to understand new mobilities for quite a long time. But now that there is some clear evidence (we might still discuss it) that« digital transition » is happening in mobility and automotive, more and more of those companies are willing to « embrace » these new mobilities.

There are various ways for them to do it, but one that these legacy companiescommonly refers to is partnering with entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs. Our aim in this session is to explore together various ways to work with legacy companies toscale up the most promising services in new mobility. We will discuss with our panel of entrepreneurs their views and experience of the pitfalls and how they could be mitigated, but the opportunities for startups in working with large andlegacy companies.



Moderatoren
avatar for Ghislain Delabie

Ghislain Delabie

Founder & CEO, C-Innovation
Ghislain Delabie (Telecom Bretagne, ESSEC MBA) is an expert in mobility services. His main interests and responsibilities include smart mobility, P2P networks and shared-mobility and autonomous vehicles. | | Previously in charge of several large-scale projects, from conception to roll-out : smart charging for EV car fleets, sharing and support services for EV corporate fleets, carsharing and ridesharing integrated services for a whole... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tin Hang Liu

Tin Hang Liu

Ceo, OSVehicle
Co-Founder of OSVehicle, reinventing mobility from scratch.
avatar for Stéphane Savouré

Stéphane Savouré

Founder, Koolicar
Stephane is the Founder & CEO of Koolicar, a startup that operates a P2P carsharing service in France based on a propriatory in-vehicle technology - no need to exchange keys between car owner and renter. Koolicar have offices in Paris and Montreal. The technology is also made available under licence agreement via OpenFleet. Passion for technology, sharing economy and innovative business model.
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Frédéric Sebban

Board member and partner, Zenpark
Experienced entrepreneur and business developper at Zenpark, in charge of developping new markets and strategic partnerships.
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Benoît Sineau

CEO, OuiCar
Internet Entrepreneur and result-driven c-level executive with 15 years experience starting new businesses, advising and taking P&L responsibility with fast growing technology companies in both Europe and the United States, and specific expertise in business development and new ventures.


Friday May 22, 2015 11:30am - 12:15pm
*Studio

11:30am

Workshop: Re-creating Collective Meanings
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Moved by the uneasy inquiry of 'how can we change our own cultural patterns in our groups, organisations and the social realm?', this workshop will invite our curiosity about the metamorphosis in our collective responsibility of sense-making. Although we have already created high technologies and other sharing tools, we are still facing big challenges towards a ‘collaborative culture’. We are in this leap of a great transition and we still need to break many patterns, unravel some layers and re-understand ourselves, our actions and relationships.

 It is a perceptual shift - seeing ourselves anew - and my attempt is to navigate through play, reflection and transformation in a workshop format rooted in how we can activate other intelligences beyond just brain-based methods – for example our body, mind and senses. “Re-creating Collective Meanings” integrates reflective thinking with playfulness to cultivate a way of knowing that embraces thinking, feeling, sensing and intuition. By weaving all this in the exploration of other sources, we will access the transformation process of meanings we share everyday (and possible create new ones). 

Our aim is to co-explore what are the challenges in the intersubjective level for a cultural transition towards collaborative values and, also, to ask ourselves why we are not prepared yet. Where are the sensitive triggers for effective change, from which enable us to co-create new meanings of life?


Moderatoren
avatar for Felipe Cunha

Felipe Cunha

Arca Urbana
Felipe is a seeker for innovative ways of breaking cultural patterns towards a more enlivened life. After working as sustainability consultant and researcher for 10 years he decided to move his lenses. | Last year he completed his Maters in Economics for Transition at Schumacher College, and then started to open multiple pathways to motivate and activate New Economy processes. He is focusing these studies in how to re-create collective... Read More →

Friday May 22, 2015 11:30am - 12:30pm
Camp A

11:40am

Antonio Casilli: Digital labor: towards a platform-based social conflict?
Speakers
avatar for Antonio A. Casilli

Antonio A. Casilli

Associate Professor, Telecom ParisTech
I'm an associate professor at Telecom ParisTech (Paris Institute of Technology) and a researcher in sociology at the School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS, Paris). I authored or co-authored several books in English, French, and Italian. The last one, 'Against the Hypothesis of the End of Privacy', was published by Springer in 2014. The next one, 'Qu'est-ce que le digital labor?", is forthcoming at the Editions de l'INA.


Friday May 22, 2015 11:40am - 11:55am
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

11:55am

Debate with speakers and Q&A with audience: Endgame for Jobs, Welcome Flexible Work
Moderatoren
avatar for Marco Torregrossa

Marco Torregrossa

EU Connector, OuiShare
Besides being EU Connector for OuiShare Marco is Managing Director @ The European Sharing Economy Coalition and Secretary General @ The European Forum of Independent Professionals. Marco is a policy and legal advisor specialised in collaborative self-employment, co-operative entrepreneurship, digital work in the sharing economy and the impacts of flexible labor regulations. He has a great passion for how freelancers in the sharing economy and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Antonio A. Casilli

Antonio A. Casilli

Associate Professor, Telecom ParisTech
I'm an associate professor at Telecom ParisTech (Paris Institute of Technology) and a researcher in sociology at the School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS, Paris). I authored or co-authored several books in English, French, and Italian. The last one, 'Against the Hypothesis of the End of Privacy', was published by Springer in 2014. The next one, 'Qu'est-ce que le digital labor?", is forthcoming at the Editions de l'INA.
avatar for Shelby Clark

Shelby Clark

CEO, peers.org
Shelby is a social entrepreneur who has dedicated his career to building and empowering p2p marketplaces. He is currently the CEO of peers.org, which aims to support sharing economy workers left vulnerable from the lack of a traditional employment infrastructure. Previously, Shelby was the founder and CEO of RelayRides, the world’s first peer-to-peer carsharing marketplace, which now operates in over 2,500 US cities. He was an early... Read More →
avatar for Nicolas Colin

Nicolas Colin

Founder and Partner, The Family
avatar for SARA HOROWITZ

SARA HOROWITZ

Executive Director, Freelancers Union
As Freelancers Union’s Founder and Executive Director, Sara Horowitz has been helping the new workforce build solutions together for nearly two decades.  A MacArthur Foundation “Genius” fellow and Deputy Chair of the Federal Reserve of  New York,&nbs... Read More →
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Epi Ludwig Nekaj

Founder, Crowdsourcingweek
avatar for Ramon Suarez

Ramon Suarez

Founder & Serendipity Accelerator, Betacowork Coworking Brussels
Ramon Suarez is the founder of Betacowork coworking space in Brussels, a hub for entrepreneurs and professionals. He is the author of the Coworking Handbook (a guide for coworking space operators) and is the President of the Startup Europe Coworking Assembly. Ramon actively promotes tech startups in Belgium as a board member of Startups.be (an umbrella organization that brings together the entities that help tech entrepreneurs in Belgium... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 11:55am - 12:45pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

12:15pm

Transformation of corporations
Moderatoren
avatar for Aurélie DUTHOIT

Aurélie DUTHOIT

Founder, L'entreprise collaborative

Speakers
avatar for Anthony Deydier

Anthony Deydier

Digital Lab Director, La Poste
Anthony Deydier is in charge of marketing innovation in the Digital division of La Poste, where future services are imagined with specific methods such as design, creativity, business model generation, fast prototyping and open innovation. He has a 16 years experience in marketing, change management and communication. He is also the co-author of the Multichannel Customer Marketing book.
avatar for Guillaume Dumarché

Guillaume Dumarché

Employee, Castorama
Guillaume is the Director of Marketing at Castorama France. | His motivation is to create new commercial initiatives, and develop new visions and interactions with consumers, in order to build, and work on, the future of the company.
avatar for Thomas OLLIVIER

Thomas OLLIVIER

Responsible for sharing economy, MAIF
Thomas OLLIVIER is in charge of the "sharing economy & new trends" team at MAIF. Together, they manage advanced projects and key initiatives from scratch to market implementation. As a main entry for partners, they try to fit to startups working process, using design thinking, test & learn methods, within collaborative reflex. Thomas is a expert in business intelligence and knowledge management. 


Friday May 22, 2015 12:15pm - 12:45pm
*Studio

12:30pm

Lunch break
Friday May 22, 2015 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Camp A

12:30pm

Lunch Blind Date #3
Let the serendipity play for you by getting your lunch and joining the Experience team at the "Lost Zone" in the Playground. We will activate chance for you and create unexpected connexions with other adventurous participants willing to meet, share, learn, and enjoy a Lost In Transition lunch ! 

Friday May 22, 2015 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Lost Zone (Playground)

12:30pm

Lunch break
Friday May 22, 2015 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Camp B

12:30pm

12:30pm

Lunch break
Friday May 22, 2015 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

12:45pm

Lunch break
Friday May 22, 2015 12:45pm - 1:00pm
*Studio

1:00pm

Film + lunch: Sharing is the new Owning
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Bring your lunch and see the premier screening of the documentary film 
 "Sharing is the new owning"  (28 minutes)  


This is documentary film about collaborative consumption and the spread of sharing practices in Barcelona, Malmö and London and interviews with experts. We see hands-on examples of sharing – tool pools, platforms for sharing of consumer goods, open DIY repair shops, bicycle kitchens, clothing libraries, peer-to-peer car sharing and co-working spaces. In the film initiators, users, experts and public officials describe their view of the collaborative economy, its potentials and prospects for the future. 

The film is made by Lotta Ekelund, film maker and Karin Bradley, researcher. The film will be followed by a short discussion on the impacts and future of the collaborative economy. 



Speakers
avatar for Karin  Bradley

Karin Bradley

Researcher, Karin Bradley


Friday May 22, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Camp A

1:00pm

LoungeShare, an experience of collaborative creation
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Meet the team of LoungeShare and learn about this unique experience of collaborative creation through the manufacturing of objects.

LoungeShare  creates synergies between makers, creative professions and the mainstream culture. It promotes multidisciplinary skills, manufacturing and design.
            
The event involves several teams of three people - each team has a designer, an engineer or an architect, and an amateur crafter. LoungeShare teams have less than 48 hours and a given theme to create furniture from broken objects and raw materials by mixing up-cycling and rapid prototyping, such as 3D printers. 
            
Objects manufactured during the weekend are exhibited at our Vernissage during which visitors vote for their favorite creation, the winning teams being rewarded by our sponsors.

www.loungeshare.fr fourth edition will take place in fall 2015.





Speakers
avatar for Daria Blank

Daria Blank

Co-Founder, LoungeShare
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Axel Delbrayere

Co-founder, LoungeShare


Friday May 22, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm
*Studio

2:00pm

Yann Moulier-Boutang: Basic principles of sharing economics
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Yann will present the conditions to build sustainable new Commons of Knowledge in a regime of cognitive capitalism.


Speakers
avatar for Yann Moulier-Boutang

Yann Moulier-Boutang

Professor, Université de technologie de Compiègne


Friday May 22, 2015 2:00pm - 2:15pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

2:00pm

Workshop: Learning from P2P practices to design solutions for commonly faced social issues
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Collaborative economy and P2P practices are growing in many parts of the world economy, greatly as a response to the many unresolved social challenges, accentuated by the global economic crisis. The aim of this workshop will be to think collaboratively about P2P experiences in different parts of the world and see how these can respond and resolve commonly faced social issues.

Participants will be asked to map P2P initiatives active in their different cities/countries, as well as create a different map of social challenges, at either global, national or local level. The purpose of the group activity will be to assign opportunities from P2P experiences to social challenges and come up with a set of solutions to the most commonly faced social issues.



Moderatoren
avatar for Khushboo Balwani

Khushboo Balwani

Communications, OuiShare Fest 2016
As a OuiShare Brussels Connector, Khushboo animates the local community and curates emerging trends and patterns​ around Collaborative Economy​ in the city of Brussels​; communications fellow at OuiShare Fest. A Design Strategist, exploring service design tools and methodologies and applying them to innovate processes, services and businesses.​ ​Her main area of interest and investigation is social innovation​; in finding ways to... Read More →
avatar for Christina Sakali

Christina Sakali

PhD Candidate, University of Macedonia
Alternative economist, blogger, activist. Interested in all aspects of alternative economy with special field of interest the social and collaborative economy and localisation. Love to write, photograph and act as a member of activist groups and as an independent activist for the respect of nature, human and animal rights. Co-organiser of the bicycle carnival and the world naked bike ride in Thessaloniki, Greece. Member of the research team... Read More →

Friday May 22, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Camp A

2:00pm

Workshop: TransforMaps - Mapping Month May 2015 - mapping the collaborative economy and beyond.
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Many well intended people, initiatives and organizations started and are continuously starting to produce maps of projects, initiatives and commons in their own interest. This includes i.e. sharing activities, free harvestable trees in the countryside, ecovillages, coworking spaces, cargo bikes (for lending), give boxes, startup projects and non-profit initiatives.

There are many non-connected maps, and the data, for example in the same field of interest, is not accessible for initiatives in the same field in another place (e.g. a broad variety of maps for community gardens is existing, and not connected).

We work to bring them together in a collaborative P2P digital commons project.

The mélange of actors is exciting and helpful to meet needs "beyond the market", to enable people to engage their personal scope in these fields locally with a diverse spectrum, or bridging regions on one specific topox and connect to initiatives of same interests or neighbourhoods to make fair use of their common goods.

Help us with your genuine creativity. Get to know TransforMaps, and become part of the contributors.

  • Contribute with your local community and map your area! Come to the workshop and learn how to do that.

  • You have a mapping project on your own? Become part of the "Mother of manny maps" - map interoperability network!

  • You are a programmer searching for bringing something great to the world? Become part of an international multidisciplinary open source project!

Connect on the web and get into our "discourse":


Moderatoren
avatar for Thomas Doennebrink

Thomas Doennebrink

OuiShare Connector & Freelancer Collaborative Econ, OuiShare
OuiShare Connector Germany & Freelancer on the Collaborative Economy. Based in Berlin. Interested in the Collaborative Economy especially from the angle of how it can contribute leading towards a new, sustainable and human economy and society. (http://de.slideshare.net/doennebrink/2014-1020f-civic-economy-slideshare). Involved in the convergence of ideas, networks and movements to have an impact on changing the world for the better... Read More →
avatar for Josef Kreitmayer

Josef Kreitmayer

Director, Get Active - for a sustainable planet
Director at Get Active - for a sustainable planet (Austria). | | Core contributor to TransforMap - mapping social innovation and alternative economies. International mapping interoperability network.
avatar for Adrien Labaeye

Adrien Labaeye

Founder, transition>>lab
avatar for Jon Richter

Jon Richter

Technical Advisor, TransforMap (via Ecobytes e.V.)
almereyda.de | | __semantic network design | | jonrichter.de | | __Applying computational grammar on social semiotics

Friday May 22, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Camp B

2:15pm

Benita Matofska (Compare and Share): What we know about the Global Sharing Economy
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In this revelatory keynote, global Sharing Economy expert, Chief Sharer of Compare and Share and Founder of Global Sharing Week, Benita Matofska uses insights and research gathered from around the world to reveals what's really happening across the Sharing landscape and offers a vision of the real Sharing Economy and what this holds for the future. Expect passion, controversy and to see the Sharing Economy as never before. 

Speakers
avatar for Benita Matofska

Benita Matofska

Chief Sharer, Compare and Share
Benita Matofska is the Founder and Chief Sharer of Compare and Share the world’s first comparison marketplace of the Sharing Economy. A worldwide expert on the Sharing Economy, she’s also the Founder of The People Who Share, a global campaign to build a Sharing Economy and the pioneers behind Global Sharing Day, now Global Sharing Week (June 7-13th). Dedicated to social innovation and creating new game-changing business models, she is... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 2:15pm - 2:30pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

2:30pm

Ali Clabburn (Liftshare): The way toward a pure sharing economy
Speakers
avatar for Ali Clabburn

Ali Clabburn

CEO, Liftshare.com Ltd
I am lucky to have had the same amazing job for the last 16 years, helping people to share millions of car trips. I guess liftshare was one of the very first sharing economy internet companies and with over 1million seats available every day it is one of of largest networks. Have a listen http://www.bbc.co.uk/i/b03s9v66/


Friday May 22, 2015 2:30pm - 2:45pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

2:30pm

How to build and foster a thriving startup ecosystem
Moderatoren
avatar for Nicolas DEBOCK

Nicolas DEBOCK

Investor, Balderton Capital

Speakers
avatar for Joan Viladomat Comerma

Joan Viladomat Comerma

Founder / CEO, Parkinghood / Entrepreneurs Break
Joan Viladomat is an Environmental Engineer with a Master in Entrepreneurship and professional experience in Business Development and Innovation. | | Joan is the founder of Parkinghood, a marketplace to rent and share parking spaces, and he is also one of the organizers at Entrepreneurs Break Barcelona, an innovative community that aims to spark the entrepreneurial culture amongst the younger, with a special focus on university students... Read More →
avatar for Sébastien Foret

Sébastien Foret

Co-Founder, Howtank
avatar for Joanna Kirk

Joanna Kirk

PR, Ouishare / Girls In Tech


Friday May 22, 2015 2:30pm - 3:10pm
*Studio

2:30pm

The Joy of Singing : meet your voice
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Dominique Sylvain alias Joy Shanti, is an Haitian singer who has been travelling the world teaching people how to sing their own voice. She is also the author of a musical about peace, 100% organic http://www.comedie-musicale-ailo.com/fr/la-compagnie/dominique-sylvain/

Join her to reveal the unique vibration that makes you alive and discover collaborative harmony during this artistic workshop where every participant, whatever your experience in singing, will meet the beauty of his voice.

 

Speakers
avatar for Dominique Sylvain

Dominique Sylvain

Singer
Dominique Sylvain alias Joy Shanti, is an Haitian singer who has been travelling the world teaching people how to sing their own voice. She is also the author of a musical about peace, 100% organic http://www.comedie-musicale-ailo.com/fr/la-compagnie/dominique-sylvain/


Friday May 22, 2015 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

2:45pm

Alex Stephany (JustPark): The Goldilocks Complex
Speakers
avatar for Alex Stephany

Alex Stephany

CEO, JustPark
Alex Stephany is an entrepreneur and writer based in London. Educated at Oxford University, Alex now serves as CEO of JustPark (formerly ParkatmyHouse.com), the world's largest peer-to-peer parking website. The service generates millions of pounds annually for families, churches and businesses by letting them rent out their parking spaces when they are not being used. At the same time, its app and website provide cheap parking to over... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 2:45pm - 3:00pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

3:00pm

Break
Friday May 22, 2015 3:00pm - 3:15pm
Camp B

3:00pm

Break
Friday May 22, 2015 3:00pm - 3:15pm
Camp A

3:00pm

Neighborhood sharing
Moderatoren
avatar for Lieven D'hont

Lieven D'hont

founder at WijDelen.be, WijDelen / Peerby
Hello I'm very enthousiast about sharing of stuff, I promote Peerby in Belgium. We're looking to develop business models to become self supportive in the long run: insurances, closed groups... | Next to that I'm into sharing kids bikes: OpWielekes.be and actively promoting reused old closets for kids entertainment: DeVanHut | Very enthousiast about P2P, Ultimate Frisbee and cycling!

Speakers
avatar for Camila Carvalho

Camila Carvalho

Founder & Holder of the dream, Tem Açúcar?
Camila Carvalho is a social entrepreneur and founder of Tem Açúcar? , a website for neighbors to share and donate things. A graduate in Sustainability Design through Gaia Education, she has worked with civil society organizations at the UN Rio+20 Conference and currently studies Communication. Camila also works with companies and projects seeking to align their practices with greater social, economic and ecological awareness. In this year`s... Read More →
avatar for Laetitia Grossemy

Laetitia Grossemy

CEO, ShareVoisins
avatar for Daan Weddepohl

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 begin.


Friday May 22, 2015 3:00pm - 3:45pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

3:00pm

Presence of the Body and the Self

The course of Charles will focus on working on the self-awareness of the body and its contact with the surroundings, the common thread being breathing as a permanent basis, which is closely linked to our movements. It’s all about breathing, ligning up and loosening up the body, and putting the mind at rest. Being in harmony with the Conscience.

Charles is a professional dancer and has discovered Ashtanga Yoga since about 10 years. Assuch, in using this body-revitalising practice, he has found a key of well-being and a road to alignment.


Friday May 22, 2015 3:00pm - 4:30pm
On the grass in front of the Cabaret Sauvage

3:10pm

How to create successful collaboration between startups and corporations?
Speakers
avatar for Alexandre Brouillou

Alexandre Brouillou

Head of Customer Relationship Marketing, La Banque Postale
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Ombline le Lasseur

Co-founder, KissKissBankBank Technologies
Co-fondatrice de KissKissBankBank, Ombline est une des pionnières du crowdfunding. Optimiste chevronnée et intuitive éclairée, portée par une grande passion pour la musique, l’art contemporain, la culture et l'innovation ; elle prône l'intelligence collective pour libérer la créativité. DREAM IT / MAKE IT / SHARE IT ! C'est après 10 ans dans l'industrie musicale où... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 3:10pm - 3:20pm
*Studio

3:15pm

Workshop: Rapid Prototyping the Self: Lessons in Alter Egos
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In an age of the commodified self how do we reclaim our identities? Leveraging ideas from performance studies, we'll take participants on a journey inside their shadow selves to explore ideas of identity innovation. Tapping into a more elastic personal identity is key for those looking to transform their careers, behaviors and thought patterns. But hacking your identity and embracing personal pivots is challenging. Through interactive and playful exercises participants will learn to cultivate greater diversity within themselves and honor their elasticity and alter egos. We'll identify concrete roadblocks impeding us from becoming our more authentic selves and explore areas where we can gain access to different skills and competencies by tapping a different persona. 

Moderatoren
avatar for Alexa Clay

Alexa Clay

Author, The Misfit Economy
I am a writer, economic historian and innovation strategist living in Berlin. Much of my time is spent with others building a movement for a new economy. My background is in anthropology and ethnographic methods, creative writing under poet Bob Creeley, and 18th and 19th century moral philosophy and economic theory. I have a fondness for windmills, independent bookstores, and sound art.


Friday May 22, 2015 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Camp B

3:15pm

Let’s co-create new laws that will change the world. A Think-Ocean-Workshop.
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“Selling drinks in disposable packaging is prohibited” – Enacted as a law, simple texts like this could have a HUGE impact on changing the world. Bringing together various organizations, movements and networks sharing the same values, building a comprehensive Think-Ocean, forming increasingly powerful alliances and co-creating new laws that will change the world is what we will do in this Think-Ocean-Workshop. For this workshop we need already a repertoire of laws that would change the world. Can you think of a simple one – like the example above - that would do so? One about a topic you are passionate about and that would make a huge difference if it would become a law? Then please send your proposal to: diego@yosoytu.com or thomas@ouishare.net , leave it as comment in one of the channels below or add as post-it to the “law proposal board” at the OuiShareFest. What we gonna do with your law proposal you will see in the workshop and the aftermath of the event. 

Moderatoren
avatar for Javier Creus

Javier Creus

Founder, Ideas for Change
Javier Creus is the founder of Ideas for Change, a boutique consulting firm that designs high growth platform strategies for corporations, institutions and cities. .Javier is considered to be one of the primary strategists and thought leaders in collaborative economy, open and 2P business models, citizen innovation and the networked society in Spain. He has been a freelance strategic planner, co founder of Digital Mood incubator and @kubik... Read More →
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Thomas Doennebrink

OuiShare Connector & Freelancer Collaborative Econ, OuiShare
OuiShare Connector Germany & Freelancer on the Collaborative Economy. Based in Berlin. Interested in the Collaborative Economy especially from the angle of how it can contribute leading towards a new, sustainable and human economy and society. (http://de.slideshare.net/doennebrink/2014-1020f-civic-economy-slideshare). Involved in the convergence of ideas, networks and movements to have an impact on changing the world for the better... Read More →
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Diego Isabel

DIRECTOR, GLOBAL HUB FOR THE COMMON GOOD
I strongly believe that people are who will change the world and that...., the time has come! | I like to define myself as a "changemaker" and a social entrepreneur. | I am the founder of the "Global Hub for the Common Good" a new, open and innovative "think ocean" aimed at promoting collaboration among people and organisations that work to co-create a new economy. | Would you like to participate in our Community? You are more than... Read More →

Friday May 22, 2015 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Camp A

3:15pm

Workshop: Shareable Life
Speakers
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Chelsea Rustrum

Sharing Economy Consultant, Sharers.co
Chelsea Rustrum is sharing economy author, facilitator, and consultant with deep practical knowledge and hands on understanding of how the collaborative economy has come to fruition, grown, and continues to evolve business. She's the author of It's a Shareable Life, the founder of a social and educational series in the Silicon Valley, dubbed The Sharers. Her current interest is in how the sharing economy can be integrated into value... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Camp B

3:25pm

Startup & Project Pitch session
You need this ticket from Eventbrite to sign up: 3-Day Early Bird Ticket*. 3-Day Early Bird Extended Ticket* 3-Day Regular Ticket* 1-Day Regular Ticket* 3-Day Hacker & Student Ticket Petit Fest: Half-day ticket Friday 22.05. afternoon + OuiShare Love Party
You want to participate in the session and pitch your startup or project? Apply here for one of our 10 slots! 

Friday May 22, 2015 3:25pm - 5:00pm
*Studio

3:45pm

The collaborative journey of a fashion designer
You need this ticket from Eventbrite to sign up: 3-Day Early Bird Ticket*. 3-Day Early Bird Extended Ticket* 3-Day Regular Ticket* 1-Day Regular Ticket* 3-Day Hacker & Student Ticket Petit Fest: Half-day ticket Friday 22.05. afternoon + OuiShare Love Party
This sessions will give an overview of collaborative opportunities for fashion designers at every step of their journey: from training to retail, including design, production and financing, by providing an inside view from its stakeholders.

Moderatoren
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Julie Delaude

CEO & founder, ICONITY

Speakers
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Jehanne Annick

Founder, HUBMODE
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Amrita Aviyente

Founder/CEO, Date My Wardrobe
Founder/CEO - Date My Wardrobe | Software Engineer (Data) | Passionate about Lean Startup, Agile, Lean UX, Entrepreneurship | Huge supporter of Women in Business/Tech | | #SharingEconomy
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Hortense Sauvard

Dir. Marketing & Business Development, A little Market
With AlittleMarket.com and AlittleMercerie.com we want to build a more human economy, helping small local businesses grow by connecting them to customers. | Our mantra: Dare to think big, be A little ! | A little Market and A little Mercerie have joined Etsy family in 2014.


Friday May 22, 2015 3:45pm - 4:30pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

4:00pm

Closing Circle
You need this ticket from Eventbrite to sign up: 3-Day Early Bird Ticket*. 3-Day Early Bird Extended Ticket* 3-Day Regular Ticket* 1-Day Regular Ticket* 3-Day Hacker & Student Ticket Petit Fest: Half-day ticket Friday 22.05. afternoon + OuiShare Love Party
Join the Experience team for a very special home-made instant dedicated to debrief, sharing and creating space for the new world to come alive.
After 3 days of intense experiences, meetings, learnings, this is the time to seat together and take a breath to integrate the essence of the OuiShareFest before getting back to our next adventures on the field.  

Speakers
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Maud Richet

Consultant & Facilitator, OuiShare - Freelance
I'm passionate about new ways to get people and organisations together, to work, create all kind of values, and live better lives. I love to see collective intelligence at work, and curious also about how personal transformation and collective transition go hand in hand.
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Camille Sfez

Psychologist, Alunisson


Friday May 22, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Floating Fest Penich Cinema (Ship in the Canal next to Cabaret Sauvage)

4:15pm

Break
Friday May 22, 2015 4:15pm - 4:30pm
Camp A

4:15pm

Break
Friday May 22, 2015 4:15pm - 4:30pm
Camp B

4:30pm

Radical Love: Making and Unmaking Worlds
You need this ticket from Eventbrite to sign up: 3-Day Early Bird Ticket*. 3-Day Early Bird Extended Ticket* 3-Day Regular Ticket* 1-Day Regular Ticket* 3-Day Hacker & Student Ticket Petit Fest: Half-day ticket Friday 22.05. afternoon + OuiShare Love Party
In our age of anxiety and anticipation, driven as much by possibility as it is by the threats of unknown violence, we might ask, indeed must ask: where is the love?

Social media can close gaps of time and space by conjuring fantasies of intimacy and familiarity with distant others. And yet what forms of care, of compassion, of ethical responsibility are at hand especially for those of us who feel cynical about the possibility of being agents of real social change? How might we intensify the risk-taking of our entrepreneurial times into the openness to radical love?
 
Let's talk about love where others have said it doesn't belong. Let's insist that we talk about love especially when others tell us it's inappropriate. Let's begin to imagine the radical claim that we might conjure and imagine an age of love out of our dark times.

Moderatoren
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Alexa Clay

Author, The Misfit Economy
I am a writer, economic historian and innovation strategist living in Berlin. Much of my time is spent with others building a movement for a new economy. My background is in anthropology and ethnographic methods, creative writing under poet Bob Creeley, and 18th and 19th century moral philosophy and economic theory. I have a fondness for windmills, independent bookstores, and sound art.

Speakers
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David Kyuman Kim

Professor, Connecticut College


Friday May 22, 2015 4:30pm - 4:45pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

4:30pm

Workshop: Designing (game) collaboration
Speakers
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Oscar Barda

Final Boss, Them Games
Oscar Barda's a game designer and theorist. After studying architecture, he went on to work on AAA titles before co-founding the indie game company Them Games that he rules with an iron fist. | He works as an art counselor and game curator at la Gaîté lyrique in Paris where he runs video game workshops for senior citizens and game analytics ateliers with kids.


Friday May 22, 2015 4:30pm - 5:45pm
Camp B

4:30pm

Workshop: Citizen engagement for the COP21 : Alternatiba, PlaceToB and POC21
Moderatoren
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Roxane Julien

cofounder, Fullmobs
Roxane is a social entrepreneur, cofounder of Fullmobs, a collaborative platform of citizen mobilization that allows people to create or to participate to massive actions with social or environmental impact. Fullmobs innovates by creating the crowdtiming : how to have an impact by gathering small contributions from one click to few hours? Fullmobs wants to lower the 1st step of commitment. It’s a tool for all who makes : NGO as well as... Read More →

Speakers
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Vincent Laurent

Community Manager, Alternatiba Paris
je suis community manager d'Alternatiba Paris et fait partie des organisateurs du grand village des solutions pour le climat "Alternatiba Paris" des 26 et 27 septembre prochains Place de la République. L'idée, au Ouishare Fest, étant de présenter notre démarche (une autre façon de s'engager pour le climat), les enjeux du village, et inviter un max d'initiatives de l'économie collaborative à nous rejoindre ainsi que toute les personnes qui... Read More →
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Anne-Sophie Novel

Journalist, Place to B
Phd in economics, I work as a journalist and blogger (http://www.demoinsenmieux.com) specialized in sustainable living, social innovation and collaborative economy. I founded a collective blog in ecology in 2007 (www.ecoloinfo.com) and now work for various medias (Le Monde, L'Express, We Demain, Kaizen, etc.). I also wrote 2 books on the Collaborative Economy. In 2015 I launched Place to B for COP21 in December in Paris. Here we are now !

Team
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Benjamin Tincq

OuiShare
French social entrepreneur and strategist focused on open source and decentralized technologies for new economies. Co-founder of OuiShare: a global network of projects and people exploring the edge and intersections of collaborative economies, emerging communities and digital transformations ; and POC21: a global community of eco-hackers developing open source solutions for sustainable living. Currently building a new-generation Investment Fund... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Camp A

4:45pm

Break
Friday May 22, 2015 4:45pm - 5:00pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

5:00pm

Q & A with Investors and Startups
Speakers
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Juan Cartagena

Founder CEO at Traity, Traity
Juan is cofounder and CEO of Traity. Previously, Juan worked in Strategy and Product Management in the IT industry. Juan holds an MBA from Chicago Booth with High Honours and MEng in electrical engineering from UPM.
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Nicolas DEBOCK

Investor, Balderton Capital
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Alexander Ernst

Mannheim Business Angels


Friday May 22, 2015 5:00pm - 5:30pm
*Studio

5:00pm

Awards Ceremony
Moderatoren
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Esra Tat

Partner, Alkimya.co
Social impact advocate, involved in environmental / social projects, and interested in the power of the collaborative economy to solve these challenges. | | Previously | > Co-directed during 5 years a social enterprise experimenting alternative business models to scale up affordable housing via cohousing projects. | | Currently | > Co-founder of W(e)Talk, a non-profit fostering women empowerment through a diversity of role... Read More →

Friday May 22, 2015 5:00pm - 5:45pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

5:45pm

OuiShare Fest Closing
Speakers
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Asmaa Guedira

Connector, OuiShare - Womanity
I am passionate about social innovation, and very interested in the impact of collaboration enabled by digital technology in creative and innovative communities that emerge in society, and their impact on organizations as well as gender structures. I am Moroccan and lived in Rabat, Paris, New York and Istanbul during 10 years, before becoming a nomad, living and working around the world, with a major focus in Middle East and North Africa region... Read More →

Team
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Francesca Pick

OuiShare Fest Chair, OuiShare
Francesca is a project manager, writer and speaker interested in how tech can change business, society and human interaction. She has played an instrumental role in developing the OuiShare community globally and is chair of OuiShare Fest since 2014. When not working on OuiShare Fest, she helps teams working on meaningful projects increase their impact through collaboration and communication, and experiments with new forms of distributed... Read More →


Friday May 22, 2015 5:45pm - 6:30pm
*Circus Cabaret Sauvage, Paris

6:30pm

6:30pm

6:30pm

7:00pm

Be a positive conspirator! Creative workshop by Institute for Desirable Futures
You need this ticket from Eventbrite to sign up: 3-Day Early Bird Ticket*. 3-Day Early Bird Extended Ticket* 3-Day Regular Ticket* 1-Day Regular Ticket* 3-Day Hacker & Student Ticket Petit Fest: Half-day ticket Friday 22.05. afternoon + OuiShare Love Party
Join the #postiveconspirators movement! 

You also believe that the Future is built here and now and that another world is possible? Like many men and women you take action every day for a more desirable world, through small gestures or great deeds. It is time to claim it loud and proud! Yes, you are a “positive conspirator”! Join our creative workshop: share positive thoughts and solutions on our inspirational wall, have your picture taken as a positive conspirator (you choose your profile) and enjoy all the goodies and other optimist surprises.
Want to learn more about our Positive Propaganda campaign?
Visit our website : http://www.futurs-souhaitables.org/en/conspirateurs-positifs/

Speakers
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Alice Vivian

Directrice du développement, Institut des Futurs souhaitables
L'aventure, les voyages, les autres. | L' innovation sociale, le Futur mais surtout le présent ! | La communication positive, qui mêle optimisme, art et sens. | Je crois au mouvement, au collectif, à l'hybridation, à la force de l'imaginaire et du rêve.


Friday May 22, 2015 7:00pm - 10:00pm
*Studio

10:00pm

11:00pm