Series: Brave New Work

Yann Heurtaux On Connection, Community & Events

This week we catch up with one of our favourite ruckas makers Yann Heurtaux Susan Cain The Power Of Introverts TED talk here. Tribes Seth Godin TED talk here Linkedin Group for event planners here How I Beat Depression In 10 Easy Steps here Copass Camp Dublin 2017 here Coworking Europe Cheese Blog here Where we…
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The All New Coworkies! And How To Connect With Your Fellow Freelance Heroes

It is almost a year since Coworkies wandered into @WorkHubs here in London and they have been busy tweaking and evolving their platform since then.  What we are especially excited about right now is our discovery that when you add your event on Facebook it also shows up on Coworkies – without you doing anything! So you…
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Alex From Shhared Coworking – Hamburg

OuiShare activities consist of building community, producing knowledge and incubating projects around the topics of communities and the collaborative economy, as well as offering support to individuals and organizations through professional services and education.

Started in January 2012 in Paris, OuiShare is now an international leader in the collaborative economy field. A non-profit organization which has rapidly evolved from a handful of enthusiasts to a global movement in 25 countries in Europe, Latin America and the Middle East, our network of 50 expert “Connectors” engage over 2000 members and contributors worldwide.

In Brave New Work Season One we partner with our friends Coworking Europe to connect and explore conversations around the #futureofwork and coworking

Brussels Nov 2016
http://coworkingeurope.net
Enter ‘BerniesCode’ for your discounted ticket

Anti University Now!: An interview with Emma Winch

OuiShare activities consist of building community, producing knowledge and incubating projects around the topics of communities and the collaborative economy, as well as offering support to individuals and organizations through professional services and education. Started in January 2012 in Paris, OuiShare is now an international leader in the collaborative economy field. A non-profit organization which has rapidly evolved from a handful of enthusiasts to a global movement in 25 countries in Europe, Latin America and the Middle East, our network of 50 expert “Connectors” engage over 2000 members and contributors worldwide.

Brave New Work #33 – John Thackara – ‘It Took Me A Long Time To Realise…’

OuiShare activities consist of building community, producing knowledge and incubating projects around the topics of communities and the collaborative economy, as well as offering support to individuals and organizations through professional services and education.

Started in January 2012 in Paris, OuiShare is now an international leader in the collaborative economy field. A non-profit organization which has rapidly evolved from a handful of enthusiasts to a global movement in 25 countries in Europe, Latin America and the Middle East, our network of 50 expert “Connectors” engage over 2000 members and contributors worldwide.

Brave New Work #28 Stocksy United – Brianna and Nuno

Stocksy United has set the bar for creativity by offering a tightly curated collection of high-quality stock photos to anyone seeking modern, relevant, authentic images.

Stocksy is a cooperative driven by its core values to offer photographers a supportive community, fair pay and equity in the company as co-owners.

The community behind Stocksy gains its strength through open collaboration and support of ideas, experience, and artistic vision.
Profitable almost from its inception, today Stocksy employs 25 people in 5 countries, has 850 voting member photographers, counts over 100 of the Fortune 500 amongst its clients, and is the agency of record for some of the world’s most prestigious ad agencies.

As of Q2 2015, Stocksy has paid out over 4 million to its artists. Stocksy’s success can be measured, also, by the impact it has had on its industry by heralding a shift towards highly curated collections and fairer royalties paid to photographers.

Brave New Work #30 – Nicole Alix – Le Coop des Communs

Nicole is also the Secretary of the Board of The Mont-Blanc Meetings – International Forum of the Social and Solidarity Economy Entrepreneurs and board member of Confrontations Europe, in charge of ‘Social Economy’.
HEC Business School, she has been involved for 15 years in Crédit Coopératif (Development Director) and 25 years in social services of general interest (DDG of UNIOPSS -social welfare umbrella organisation -, DG of “Maisons Isatis”- a group of care institutions and homes for elderly persons).

Brave New Work #31 Stacco Troncoso – The Artist Formally Known As The Sharing Economy!

Stacco Troncoso (Spain) is the strategic direction steward of the P2P Foundation as well as the project lead for Commons Transition, the P2PF’s main communication and advocacy hub.

He is also co-founder of the P2P translation collective Guerrilla Translation and designer/content editor for CommonsTransition.org, the P2P Foundation blog and the new Commons Strategies Group website.

His work in communicating commons culture extends to public speaking and relationship-building with prefigurative communities, policymakers and potential commoners worldwide.

A professional translator since 1998, Stacco grew up in London, England and returned to Madrid, Spain to study Fine Arts in 1992.
Since 2011, he has been involved in the 15-M and Occupy movements, out of which Guerrilla Translation was conceived to facilitate sharing information across cultures and languages.

He is also designer/content editor for CommonsTransition.org, the P2P Foundation blog and the new Commons Strategies Group website. His work in communicating commons culture extends to public speaking and relationship-building with prefigurative communities, policymakers and potential commoners worldwide.