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Monday, May 5
 

08:00

Check-in & Breakfast
Monday May 5, 2014 08:00 - 09:15
06 Everywhere

09:15

OuiShare Fest: The Collaborative Experiment, Take Two
Welcome to the 2nd edition of OuiShare Fest! When OuiShare started as a group of enthusiasts in a small parisian flat two years ago, none of us had ever dreamed we would organize one of the leading international conferences about the collaborative economy.

After a great first edition, this year we are bringing this collaborative experiment to a whole new level. Here's how to organize a collaborative festival from beginning to end!




Speakers
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 →
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 →


Monday May 5, 2014 09:15 - 09:30
01 The Circus

09:30

OuiShare Factory: Setup of the Pop-Up Makerspace
OuiShare Factory is a temporary fabrication space where people can participate freely in both digital fabrication and discussions around common problems, and share ideas about ongoing and new projects.
Since 9:30 am till 1:00 pm we will set up the space and prepare it for the afternoon furniture construction.
 
 

Moderators
avatar for Marc Chataigner

Marc Chataigner

Factory Connector, OuiShare + WoMa
Ethno-designer keen about community and contributive economy, I started next to OuiShare the WoMa project in Paris, a local P2P factory, in order to embed the connected digital world within smarter project that enable me to | | #service #design #collaborative #economy, @WoMa_Paris #maker, @OuiShare #connector, ex @super_marmite co-founder
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 .

Monday May 5, 2014 09:30 - 13:00
04 The Factory

09:35

Shifting Paradigms: From An Egocentric to An Ecocentric Economy
Ecocentric as of Ecology, is the study of interactions among organisms and their environment. The idea is that we should study and make decisions as humans with spirit, emotions, passions and so on, bringing the idea that we are living and complex organisms, and not only numbers and elements of economical interactions.

Speakers
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 →


Monday May 5, 2014 09:35 - 09:49
01 The Circus

09:52

From An Airbed To A Global Travel Community
An Interview with Douglas Atkin, Head of Community at Airbnb

Moderators
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 Douglas Atkin

Douglas Atkin

Global Head of Community. Estaff, AIRBNB
Co-Founder and Board Chair of Peers.org. Global Head of Community: Airbnb. Author: The Culting of Brands. Former Partner and Chief Community Officer at Meetup. Co-Founder of Purpose. Board Member of AllOut. | Passionate about Community, Mobilization of millions for social change and Beagles.


Monday May 5, 2014 09:52 - 10:07
01 The Circus

10:10

Connected Communities: The Institutions Of The 21st Century?
We sense that the likes of Bitcoin, Airbnb, Coursera and Kickstarter are deeply connected, but how exactly? Rachel will explore why the shift from pyramid institutions in the 20th century to connected communities in the 21st century tie together these and many more examples to create the growing collaborative economy.

Speakers
avatar for Rachel Botsman

Rachel Botsman

Co-Founder, Collaborative Lab
Rachel Botsman is a global thought leader on the power of collaboration and sharing through digital technologies to transform the way we live, work and consume. She has inspired a new consumer economy with her influential book What's Mine is Yours: How Collaborative Consumption Is Changing The Way We Live and is the co-founder ot the Collaborative Lab.


Monday May 5, 2014 10:10 - 10:28
01 The Circus

10:30

Music & Performance
Monday May 5, 2014 10:30 - 10:42
01 The Circus

10:45

Phyles And The New Communalism
Speakers
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 →


Monday May 5, 2014 10:45 - 10:59
01 The Circus

11:01

Food Powered By People
Speakers
avatar for Guilhem Chéron

Guilhem Chéron

The Food assembly


Monday May 5, 2014 11:01 - 11:09
01 The Circus

11:10

Education Powered By Gift: The Story of Maya Universe Academy
Manjil Rana was educated at St Xavier's School in Kathmandu, Mahindra United World College in Maharastra, India, and College of the Atlantic in Maine, USA. He left his life and studies in the States to start Maya Universe Academy (MUA), a free school in his village in Udhin Dhunga of Tahanu District in rural Nepal.

Today, Maya Universe Academy, the first and only free educational institute in Tanahun District, Nepal, promises high quality, cost free schooling.  Since 2010, Maya Universe Academy has become a vital member of Udhin Dhunga, contributing whole-heartedly to the betterment of its people, culture, and society. Inspired by our gracious supporters and friends, Maya Universe Academy continues to educate and inspire our students and their families. The community recognizes the power of education, and our school continues to expand as we accept new students, teachers, and volunteers. - See more at: http://www.maya-nepal.org/about-us#sthash.zXWNfGRy.dpuf

Speakers
avatar for Manjil Rana

Manjil Rana

Maya Universe Academy
Manjil Rana is the founder and president of a network of schools in Nepal named Maya Universe Academy. Instead of paying money to the school, the parents of the students volunteer at the school for two days of every month. The schools use this time from the parents to run small businesses and generate revenue to sustain the school. Maya Universe also provides free volunteering opportunities for committed individuals from all over the world. The... Read More →


Monday May 5, 2014 11:10 - 11:23
01 The Circus

11:25

Embrace Curiosity. Create Community. Capture Resilience. Share Value.
While technology, in many ways connects us and has clearly enabled much of the Collaborative Economy, we are faced with global challenges that invite a new kind of Social Operating System. Technology can only go so far. Now, 'Oui' must step up ...

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 →


Monday May 5, 2014 11:25 - 11:43
01 The Circus

11:45

Music & Performance
Monday May 5, 2014 11:45 - 11:58
01 The Circus

12:00

Our Collaborative Future? Ownership, Equity and Growth in the Sharing Economy
As collaborative platforms shift our commercial activities from traditional organizations to digitally-enabled markets and communities, the role of economic institutions and collectives must evolve.  Arun will discuss what his research reveals about future economic impacts, new entrepreneurship and innovation, cooperatives versus corporate ownership, shifting regulatory regimes, and how sharing economies can foster greater global equity.

Speakers
avatar for Arun Sundararajan

Arun Sundararajan

Professor, NYU Stern
Arun is Professor and NEC Faculty Fellow at NYU's Stern School of Business and heads the Social Cities Initiative at NYU's Center for Urban Science+Progress. He is fascinated by how digital technologies transform business and society. His (sometimes passionate) writing about the collaborative economy has been published in the New York Times, Harvard Business Review and WIRED. Follow him on Twitter @digitalarun, find out more at... Read More →


Monday May 5, 2014 12:00 - 12:14
01 The Circus

12:15

From Fab Labs To Fab Cities
How making stuff became news today? Why we (almost) removed manufacturing from our cities? After almost three centuries of industrialisation, we are envisioning how digital technologies are changing the way we live. Computers and the Internet have changed our life, but we still rely on a production line thousands of miles away from were we consume and use products. Digital fabrication will bring back productivity into our houses, neighbourhoods and cities, and will reconfigure the way we relate between humans, how we make transactions, and the whole economic and social systems. FAB City will try to look how can we start to shape the new productive cities.

Speakers
avatar for Tomas Diez

Tomas Diez

Fundador del Fab City Research Laboratory, IAAC | FAB City
Urbanism, digital fabrication, making visible the invisible


Monday May 5, 2014 12:15 - 12:29
01 The Circus

12:30

An Anatomy of Misfit Philosophies: How to Hack Systems
In this talk, economic historian Alexa Clay brings attention to misfits in the black market, underground and fringe economies that actively pose threats to some of our ideas of progress and champion alternative visions of the good. Clay explores the different spatial orientations of misfit innovations and their relationship with the mainstream economy. She shares stories of insider misfits - transforming our systems from the inside. Runaway misfits who seek to incubate alternative approaches outside the system. Underground misfits, who remain under-the-radar in the black market and informal economies. And lastly, antagonistic misfits that engage in poking and prodding the system from outside. Clay shares reflections on misfits who occupy each of these different stances and exposes their motivations, rationales, and philosophies of systems change.

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.


Monday May 5, 2014 12:30 - 12:44
01 The Circus

12:45

OuiShare & Shareable: A Love Story
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.
avatar for Antonin Léonard

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 →


Monday May 5, 2014 12:45 - 13:00
01 The Circus

13:00

Lunch & Meetup with the Collaborative Consumption Curators
In this facilitated lunch time session, join Lauren Anderson and Rachel Botsman from the Collaborative Consumption team along with members of their Global Curator network to hear experiences of growing the collaborative consumption movement in different parts of the world, from Australia to the US to South America to Europe, and explore innovative new ways we can help each other spread the movement further in our own regions.

Speakers
avatar for Lauren Anderson

Lauren Anderson

Chief Knowledge Officer, Collaborative Lab
Lauren Anderson has played an instrumental role in building the global collaborative consumption movement. Over the past three years, she has been a vital source of strategic knowledge and market insights for entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and government leaders; identifying technology, regulatory and consumer shifts and the implications for the space. Lauren has built a global network of ambassadors across 25 countries to share best... Read More →
avatar for Rachel Botsman

Rachel Botsman

Co-Founder, Collaborative Lab
Rachel Botsman is a global thought leader on the power of collaboration and sharing through digital technologies to transform the way we live, work and consume. She has inspired a new consumer economy with her influential book What's Mine is Yours: How Collaborative Consumption Is Changing The Way We Live and is the co-founder ot the Collaborative Lab.


Monday May 5, 2014 13:00 - 14:30
05 The Terrace

13:00

Lunch Break & Guitar Concert
Moderators
avatar for Marc-Arthur Gauthey

Marc-Arthur Gauthey

Co-founder, OUISHARE

Monday May 5, 2014 13:00 - 14:30
06 Everywhere

14:00

OuiShare Awards Pitch Session #1
Moderators
avatar for Dalma Berkovics

Dalma Berkovics

Connector, OuiShare
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 →

Monday May 5, 2014 14:00 - 14:25
01 The Circus

14:00

How to Build the Right Community for Your Collaborative Services
Limited Capacity full

New forms of communities are emerging, at the crossroad of physical and digital spaces. How do they change the rules of service production? In order to understand both the way those communities are structured and how they work, Chronos* has developed a frame of reference. It analyses the organisation and involvement of communities within collaborative services by focusing on six key dimensions:   

1. Relations: the density of ties generated by the service

2. Selectivity: the terms of access to the service

3. Facilitation: integrating online and offline strategies

4. Location: the relation between the service and its location choice

5. Adaptability: the service’s level of flexibility

6. Governance: the modes of governance

Three indicators have been formulated for each dimension. They provide a mean to compare the different services’ strategies with regards to their communities.

We invite you to a workshop, where we will simulate the creation of a new collaborative service. The frame of reference will be used to understand how such a service gather, retain, manage and create synergies within its community.

*Chronos is a research and foresight consultancy providing expert consultation and analysis in areas such as mobility, territorial development, digital services and social practices. www.groupechronos.org

Moderators
avatar for Marc Chataigner

Marc Chataigner

Factory Connector, OuiShare + WoMa
Ethno-designer keen about community and contributive economy, I started next to OuiShare the WoMa project in Paris, a local P2P factory, in order to embed the connected digital world within smarter project that enable me to | | #service #design #collaborative #economy, @WoMa_Paris #maker, @OuiShare #connector, ex @super_marmite co-founder

Monday May 5, 2014 14:00 - 15:20
03 The Boat

14:30

@pentagrowth: The Five Levers Of Accelerated Growth
@pentagrowth is the result of a research project carried out by Ideas for Change among 50 digital base organizations that have grown more than 50% per year during the period 2008-2012, such as Wikipedia, Spotify, Airbnb, ...

The study identifies five levers of accelerated growth which combine differently according to business structures. The five levers of @pentagrowth are: Connect, Collect, Empower, Enable, Share.

The keynote will briefly introduce the conclusions of the research and explain fully the model with examples and business cases.

Speakers
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 →


Monday May 5, 2014 14:30 - 14:44
01 The Circus

14:30

Open Hardware for Resilience
This focus session will consist in a three talks focusin on the role of Open Hardware in resilience thinking, in the fields of food production (P2P Food Lab), housing (Cohabitat) and communications (Jerry DIT)

Moderators
avatar for Marc Chataigner

Marc Chataigner

Factory Connector, OuiShare + WoMa
Ethno-designer keen about community and contributive economy, I started next to OuiShare the WoMa project in Paris, a local P2P factory, in order to embed the connected digital world within smarter project that enable me to | | #service #design #collaborative #economy, @WoMa_Paris #maker, @OuiShare #connector, ex @super_marmite co-founder
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 .

Speakers
RC

Romain Chanut

off/online communication consultant, Social Media Squad
avatar for Peter Hanappe

Peter Hanappe

Occupational therapist, Sony Computer Science Laboratory
PS

Pawel Sroczynski

Yoda, Cohabitat
healthy disregard for the impossible


Monday May 5, 2014 14:30 - 15:15
04 The Factory

14:30

Shared Mobility: Transportation Powered By Communities
2:30 | The Rise of P2P Mobility





  • Paulin Dementhon, CEO Drivy





2:40 | Bikesharing Around The World





  • Russell Meddin, Bikesharing Philadelphia





2:50 | Panel Discussion: Shared Mobility in The City





  • Ellice Perez, Zipcar



  • Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty, Uber



  • Alexis Marcadet, Djump



  • Caterina Rindi, first RelayRides user




Moderators
avatar for Antonin Léonard

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 →

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 Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty

Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty

Regional Manager Western Europe, Uber
avatar for Alexis Marcadet

Alexis Marcadet

community builder, Djump
In the process of saving the world www.djump.in Epiccomment.com Looking for madness
avatar for Russell Meddin

Russell Meddin

Founder, Bike Share Philadelphia & The Bike-sharing World Map
Increasing the transportation mode share of bicycling worldwide by advocating for bike sharing as a major part of the shared use mobility movement. Reporting on Bike Share since 2007, The Bike-sharing World Map has been a source for making information available to the global shared bicycle for transportation community.


Monday May 5, 2014 14:30 - 15:25
02 The Camp

14:45

The Sharing Economy: Tensions and Controversies
This session will focus on the controversies of the digital and sharing transformation, such as the impact of the collaborative economy and platforms on traditional industries, labor and social contracts.

2:45 | Nicolas Colin
3:00 | Trebor Scholz:The Organization of Digital Work, Next Steps for Crowdsourcing
3:15 | Louis-David Benyayer: Are Communities Empowering People or Reinforcing Dominations ?
3:30 | Q&A with speakers and Rachel Botsman

Content teaser:



  • Trebor Scholz:The Organization of Digital Work, Next Steps for Crowdsourcing


This session will focus on the controversies of the digital and sharing transformation, such as the impact of the collaborative economy and platforms on traditional industries, labor and social contracts.


  • Louis-David Benyayer: Are Communities Empowering People or Reinforcing Dominations ?


As OuiShare Fest teaser puts it: "communities are transforming cities, organizations and civic action everywhere in the world". As this transformations prove to grow bigger every day, questions about their consequences arise. What are their meaning and direction? What relationships between individuals and corporations do communities allow for? Who governs them and how is value created allocated? More widely, we should now seriously question the new balances being established between empowerment and exploitation.
 

Moderators
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 Trebor Scholz @trebors

Trebor Scholz @trebors

Associate Professor, The New School
Trebor Scholz is an artist, writer, and conference organizer and the chair of the conference series The Politics of Digital Culture at The New School. He is the author of a forthcoming monograph on digital labor. He is also the author, with Laura Y. Liu, of From Mobile Playgrounds to Sweatshop City (2011). Mr. Scholz is the editor of Learning Through Digital Media and Digital Labor: The Interbet As Playground And Factory (Routledge, 2013). He... Read More →
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 Rachel Botsman

Rachel Botsman

Co-Founder, Collaborative Lab
Rachel Botsman is a global thought leader on the power of collaboration and sharing through digital technologies to transform the way we live, work and consume. She has inspired a new consumer economy with her influential book What's Mine is Yours: How Collaborative Consumption Is Changing The Way We Live and is the co-founder ot the Collaborative Lab.
avatar for Nicolas Colin

Nicolas Colin

Founder and Partner, The Family
Nicolas Colin is Co-founder & Partner at TheFamily startup accelerator, and Commissioner of the French National Commission on Technology and Liberty (nominated by Claude Bartolone, Speaker of the Assemblée nationale). Formerly in charge of a report commissionned by the French Government about the tax system and the digital economy. As such, ranked in the top ten of the #GlobalTax50 in 2013. | | Nicolas is also co-author, with... Read More →


Monday May 5, 2014 14:45 - 15:55
01 The Circus

15:15

OuiShare Factory Workshops #1: Open Design
Construction Workshops #1 around Open Design 

OuiShare Factory is a temporary fabrication space where people can participate freely in both digital fabrication and discussions around common problems, and share ideas about ongoing and new projects.

For the first Factory Workshop will be joined by the co-founder of the Open Desk platform Nick Ierodiaconou, WIRfel founder Johanna Steuth, Johann Aussage from Nouvelle Fabrique and Delphine Chenuet from WoMa.

That will be the perfect moment to get an overview of what it takes to build up a Factory. The workshop objectives is to build the supports for the FactoryTalks : 5 Meeting - Lean tables - Open Desk
2 Meeting tables - Open Desk
5 Edie Stools - Open Desk
8 Nouvelle Fabrique stools
1 Nouvelle Fabrique bench
Factory talk black board

With the help of the Woma's team you will be able to work on your version of OpenDesk furniture and/or personalize them with the Trotec laser cutter.

And Johanna Steuth from WIRfel will invite you to connect while creating and sharing a table, made out of cardboard.









Moderators
avatar for Johann Aussage

Johann Aussage

Co-founder / designer, Nouvelle Fabrique
Johann AUSSAGE | | / Cofounder Nouvelle Fabrique | / Assistant Professeur ESADSE | / Responsable Pôle numérique | / random(lab) | | Auteur de plusieurs expérimentation code/objet, aussi bien pour de l'ameublement que pour des publication graphique. Co-fondateur de Pentagon (studio graphique), puis de la Nouvelle Fabrique (laboratoire de fabrication numérique), il développe aussi au sein du collectif .CORP des projets... Read More →
avatar for Marc Chataigner

Marc Chataigner

Factory Connector, OuiShare + WoMa
Ethno-designer keen about community and contributive economy, I started next to OuiShare the WoMa project in Paris, a local P2P factory, in order to embed the connected digital world within smarter project that enable me to | | #service #design #collaborative #economy, @WoMa_Paris #maker, @OuiShare #connector, ex @super_marmite co-founder
avatar for Delphine Chenuet

Delphine Chenuet

Co-fondatrice de WOMA  | WoMa est l’abréviation de Working et de Making. Notre souhait : relier l’idée et la matière de manière collaborative. | | WoMa, fabrique de quartier est un espace de travail équipé d’un atelier de fabrication numérique ouvert à tous situé dans le 19ème arrondissement de Paris. C’est un... Read More →
avatar for Nick Ierodiaconou

Nick Ierodiaconou

Co-Founder, Head of Product, OpenDesk
Co-Founder OpenDesk (opendesk.cc); WikiHouse (wikihouse.cc); FabHub (fabhub.io); the Civic Crowd (theciviccrowd.org). Architect and technologist with London-based strategic design consultancy 00 (architecture00.net). | | Nick is a fully qualified architect, web designer, and entrepreneur, working at the intersection of software and hardware to design and develop civic platforms. He is particularly interested in disruptive technologies and... Read More →
JS

Johanna Steuth

Founder, WIRfel
I am interested in building new open spaces in public and private spaces where people can meet and share and create a new WEculture as basis for collaboration. I love to support a real nonline connection between people, so that they create trust and work with each other on a better world.
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 .

Monday May 5, 2014 15:15 - 17:45
04 The Factory

15:30

Turning Excess Capacity Into Value
How do we turn the excess resource capacity into value ?

Presentation by Thomas Doennebrink and Thorsten Wiesmann
Presentation by Andrew Cribb, founder of 3space.org


Panel with the participation of :

  • Clément Alteresco, founder of Share Your Office

  • Blandine Alglave, La Poste

  • Xavier Corval, founder Eqosphere.com




Moderators
avatar for Antonin Léonard

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 →

Speakers
avatar for Blandine Alglave

Blandine Alglave

Déléguée au développement régional IdF, Groupe la Poste
Responsible for regional growth in Ile de France (Paris area)
avatar for Clément Alteresco

Clément Alteresco

Founder & CEO, Share Your Office
avatar for Xavier Corval

Xavier Corval

Président-fondateur, Eqosphere
CEO & Founder at Eqosphere | EQOSPHERE has been providing comprehensive and concrete strategic and operational solutions to waste reduction projects as well as the revalorisation of unsold non-food products and food surplus. | http://www.facebook.com/eqosphere | http://www.twitter.com/eqosphere | http://www.eqosphere.com
avatar for Andrew Cribb

Andrew Cribb

CEO and Co-Founder, 3Space
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 →
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Thorsten Wiesmann

Member, share international
Thorsten Wiesmann is an author and has published two books and several articles on the topic of social change. He is exploring and connecting various social and scientific civil society movements to empower people of all ages to assume responsibility for creating a global transformation. For the past 20 years he has been self exploring life according to the Ageless Wisdom Teachings. Through ongoing experimentation in self-enquiry, relationships... Read More →


Monday May 5, 2014 15:30 - 16:20
02 The Camp

15:30

Trusting Oneself So We Can Better Trust Others
The collaborative economy is built on trust. How much, what, and with whom we are willing to share our goods, services, space, and money is all dependent on how much trust we have in other people and institutions. How do we know when to trust others and when to say no? Alison will explore how to trust intuition, how to tell the difference between a "gut-feeling" and a fear-based reaction, and teach some practical methods to get in touch with our intuition so that we can better share.

Moderators
avatar for Alison Cebulla

Alison Cebulla

Chief Marketing Officer, Trustlr
Trustlr is a new iPhone app connecting communities so they can share and help each other. As a hobby, Alison is currently leading 100+ people in a public kindness challenge to not say anything negative/mean about anyone (including oneself) from April to June. Check out: www.KindnessChallengeBlog.com. Join the challenge and spread kindness!

Monday May 5, 2014 15:30 - 16:20
03 The Boat

16:00

Open Source Beehives: A Solution To The Global Bee Crisis
Speakers
avatar for Tristan Copley-Smith

Tristan Copley-Smith

Communications Director, People + Pattern Supporter
Tristan is a visual storyteller and organiser working in open source, government transparency, and sharing economy movements. He is currently Communications Director at the Open Tech Collaborative and co-founder of the Open Source Beehives project. | | Tristan has worked closely with WikiLeaks, Open Source Ecology and 38 Degrees and is currently developing a documentary called 'Why We Share.'
avatar for Jonathan Minchin

Jonathan Minchin

Coordinator, Green Fab Lab, Green Fab Lab Barcelona
Coordinator of the Green Fab Lab at Valldaura. Working at the intersection of digital fabrication with local material and living environments. Tooling for self sufficiency in Architecture, Urbanism, Sustainable Economic and Ecological Development. Also lead designer with the Open Source Beehives initiative.


Monday May 5, 2014 16:00 - 16:14
01 The Circus

16:15

OpenDesk: Design For Open Making - From WikiHouse to WikiFactory
Nick will present OpenDesk, a glocal platform that connects customers, designers and makers, and leverages digital fabrication to offer design furniture that can be made locally all around the world. He will explain the genesis of OpenDesk in the context of two related projects, WikiHouse and FabHub, present some of the ideas behind the OpenDesk model, and touch on some of the wider opportunities and challenges we face in building out this vision of distributed collaborative production.

Speakers
avatar for Nick Ierodiaconou

Nick Ierodiaconou

Co-Founder, Head of Product, OpenDesk
Co-Founder OpenDesk (opendesk.cc); WikiHouse (wikihouse.cc); FabHub (fabhub.io); the Civic Crowd (theciviccrowd.org). Architect and technologist with London-based strategic design consultancy 00 (architecture00.net). | | Nick is a fully qualified architect, web designer, and entrepreneur, working at the intersection of software and hardware to design and develop civic platforms. He is particularly interested in disruptive technologies and... Read More →


Monday May 5, 2014 16:15 - 16:28
01 The Circus

16:30

Bio-Hacking: When Biotech Breaks Free
The do-it-yourself biology (DIYbio) community is emerging as a movement that fosters open access to resources permitting modern molecular biology, and synthetic biology among others. It promises in particular to be a source of cheaper and simpler solutions for environ- mental monitoring, personal diagnostic and the use of biomaterials. The successful growth of a global community of DIYbio practitioners will depend largely on enabling safe access to state-of-the-art molecular biology tools and resources. We will show why and how the DIYbio community, in the context of a global governance development, is putting in place a safety/ethical framework for guarantying the pursuit of its activity. And finally we argue that the global spread of DIY biology potentially reconfigures and opens up access to biological information and laboratory equipment and that, therefore, it can foster new practices and transversal collaborations between professional scientists and amateurs.

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Landrain

Thomas Landrain

Nominated for the project, "PILI"
Thomas Landrain is founder and CEO of La Paillasse, one of the world largest community labs that foster open science and technology. He claims that there is no monopole for great ideas and has been working on re-booting Science for the upcoming era of collective intelligence, within an open framework. He first did a career in academia where he co-founded the first french synthetic biology lab in France at Genopole. He is also founder and CEO of... Read More →


Monday May 5, 2014 16:30 - 16:44
01 The Circus

16:30

Meet The VCs Investing In The Collaborative Economy
Moderators
avatar for Antonin Léonard

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 →

Speakers
avatar for Nicolas Debock

Nicolas Debock

Senior Investment Manager, XAnge Private Equity
avatar for Marine Desbans

Marine Desbans

Investment Manager, Schibsted Growth


Monday May 5, 2014 16:30 - 16:55
02 The Camp

16:30

Decentralized Tools and Networks for Communities
This session is dedicated to distributed networks and data ownership & protection. 

Why decentralization matters and how presented project made it possible? How does decentralization and the projects manage to empower communities? Why those solutions have so many difficulties to get mainstream and what is the clue to overcome this issue?

After a short introduction, Maxime will present the outcomes of OuiShare Labs and a short video. He then will ask questions to the panel, before a 10 mn Q&A session with the audience. 


   

Moderators
avatar for Maxime Lathuiliere

Maxime Lathuiliere

Working on decentralized P2P resources management. | | Why should Ebay, Amazon or la Fnac have de facto a monoply in ranking our options to get a given resource? Why our ranking options are limited to the sole price? Why can't we use platforms where buying options are compared with renting, repairing, making, gifts alternatives? Where ranking algorithms are the result of our social, environmental, political(?) preferences? Why the... Read More →

Speakers
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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 →
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Harry Halpin

Research Scientist, World Wide Web Consortium (MIT/ERCIM)
Harry Halpin is a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Team member in the Technology and Society Domain, where he is staff contact for the W3C Web Cryptography and Social Web Working Group. Directed by the inventor of the Web Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the W3C is the world's leading Web standards body to bring the Web to its full potential. He is working with the DCENT project on building a platform for direct democratic participation, which he hopes will... Read More →
avatar for Frank Rousseau

Frank Rousseau

Co-Founder & CTO, Cozy Cloud
The web connects billions of people, free culture enables global solidarity, social networks allow massive sharing. Because I'm fascinated by these movements and because I want to be part of them, I make web apps. | | I made my first web site in 1997. Since that, I have always followed and contributed to web trends. Since 5 years, I'm an active Free and Open Source Software contributor too. My favourite subject are decentralized and... Read More →
avatar for Edward Silhol

Edward Silhol

CEO, Stample
Edward Silhol is the founder and CEO of an Internet service called Stample, which aims to revolutionize the ergonomics of knowledge creation. Edward is also a visual artist and entrepreneur. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Toronto, a master’s degree from the University of Paris II, and is a Founder Institute Graduate.


Monday May 5, 2014 16:30 - 17:20
03 The Boat

16:45

The Abundance Economy
Abundance Economy is an economy post scarcity, an economy in which we go further then the artificial monetary scarcity to create, develop and share abundance. Discover through 3 different initiatives how it is possible :

Etienne Hayem will present the Symba, a regional currency non convertible for Ile de France.
Nils Roemen will share his experience about abundance and how he achieved great things with no money
Radka Pokorna will share the experience of their gift based organisation.

This 3 keynote should give you an overview of the Abundance economy that is emerging and brings happyness in local communities.

Speakers
avatar for Etienne Hayem

Etienne Hayem

Co-Founder, Symba
We are launching a cooperative to develop a trust network for the region Ile de France. The goal? create a symbiotic economy, an economy in which organisations generate positive externalities. | How? by giving credits with 0 interest to SMEs, NGOs that do good. | | I have been developping, consulting, communicating about the tool that are Complementary Currencies for 5 years. I believe in an abundant world, based on the consciousness of the... Read More →
avatar for Radka Pokorná

Radka Pokorná

Adato Paradigma, o.s.
My personal life and work topic is sustainability in all possible ways to find challenge in each situation. Sustainability in business, sustainability in communities, sustainability in everyday life, sustainability in nature via permaculture and urban gardening - that it´s all I´m thinking about:-)
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 →


Monday May 5, 2014 16:45 - 17:25
01 The Circus

17:00

Understanding New Consumption Behaviors
- Olivier Oullier, brain scientist
- speaker from L'ObSoCo
- speaker from LeBonCoin
- speaker from A Little Market
- speaker from Prêt d'Union  

Moderators
avatar for Anne-Sophie Novel

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 !

Speakers
avatar for Nicolas d'Audiffret

Nicolas d'Audiffret

Co-founder, Incubart - A little Market
- Passionate about how networks change the economy & society | - Convinced technology can help create a more humane economy
avatar for Anthony Mahé

Anthony Mahé

Research leader, L'ObSoCo
Research Leader (Qualitative & Quantitative, Academic literature analysis) | PhD in Sociology - Specialist in Consumer Behaviour.


Monday May 5, 2014 17:00 - 17:50
02 The Camp

17:30

Hangout With Michel Bauwens: FLOK Society & The Social Knowledge Economy
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 →


Monday May 5, 2014 17:30 - 17:55
01 The Circus

18:00

Satellite Events
Monday May 5, 2014 18:00 - 23:30
06 Everywhere
 
Tuesday, May 6
 

08:15

Check-in & Breakfast
Tuesday May 6, 2014 08:15 - 09:15
06 Everywhere

09:15

Highlights from Day 1
Speakers
avatar for Simone Cicero

Simone Cicero

Italy & Factory Connector, OuiShare
I am a self-starter, strategist, product and service designer interested in co-design, design thinking and meaningful innovation. I investigate the reasons behind change, correlate things and understand. | | I run workshops and design events for strategy creation, product and service design, planning, envisioning and more. | | I’m a blogger and public speaker: most often I talk about innovation, disruption, resilience and... 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 →
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 →


Tuesday May 6, 2014 09:15 - 09:25
01 The Circus

09:30

Collective Intelligence: Evolving The 'We' Inside The 'I'
Collective intelligence has become the science that explores this question: how multiple I's can build smart conscious We's? As a researcher in this field, the reverse question fascinates me too: how does the collective operates in the I, exactly like in the movie The Matrix? Language, social codes, technologies, money, beliefs, food, time... all these collective forces shape the way we think, the way we see the world, how we innovate and make decisions. We call them invisible architectures. Ignoring them makes us as free as fishes in the fishbowl.

Therefore evolving our collective intelligence implies that we learn how to evolve the We that operates inside the I. Can I evolve language so I can see the world with a vaster consciousness in my being, and broader capacities in my doing? Do I still want to use money? What should I eat? How will I love? Which social codes should I leave and which ones should I invent in order to garden more powerful collectives? Evolving the "we" that operates in me has lead me to an experiential life, with its trials and errors, and beautiful treasures along the way. I feel excited to share them during the Ouishare Fest.

Speakers
avatar for Jean-Fran Noubel

Jean-Fran Noubel

Human Being, Jean-François Noubel
Passionnate about evolution of individual and collective self. Doing research in collective intelligence, building enlightened organizations, working on the post-monetary society. Doing it by hacking himself.


Tuesday May 6, 2014 09:30 - 09:44
01 The Circus

09:30

Hyperlocal Stuff Sharing: How To Make It Work
Is hyper-local the new global? In this panel we will hear lessons and insights from three successful neighbourhood sharing and exchange platforms on how they tackle scale while staying true to their mission, and why hyper-local platforms are the critical to the success of the collaborative economy. 

Moderators
avatar for Lauren Anderson

Lauren Anderson

Chief Knowledge Officer, Collaborative Lab
Lauren Anderson has played an instrumental role in building the global collaborative consumption movement. Over the past three years, she has been a vital source of strategic knowledge and market insights for entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and government leaders; identifying technology, regulatory and consumer shifts and the implications for the space. Lauren has built a global network of ambassadors across 25 countries to share best... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tess Riley

Tess Riley

Marketing and Communications, Streetbank
I'm passionate about community and the ability of projects like Streetbank - the UK's largest neighbourhood sharing website - to bring people together. The sharing economy enables us to build a different paradigm based on respect for the environment, support for local communities and desire for happier, healthier ways of doing things. I'm delighted that Streetbank is helping make that a reality.
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.
avatar for Adam Werbach

Adam Werbach

co-founder, head of product, yerdle
Doing my small part to protect the planet.


Tuesday May 6, 2014 09:30 - 10:15
02 The Camp

09:30

Collaborative Spaces for Rural Innovation
This session will look into the opportunities and challenges in building spaces and contexts to spark rural innovation and development through few of the most advanced and innovative projects in Europe.

Overall Agenda:
10.30 am - Presentation of Casa Netural
10.40 am - Presentation of Green Fablab
10.50 am - Presentation of Mutinerie Village
11.00 am - Presentation of Rural Hub
11.10 am - Questions from the audience 

Moderators
avatar for Morgane Parma

Morgane Parma

Mutinerie Coworking

Speakers
avatar for Alex Giordano

Alex Giordano

Founder, Ruralhub
avatar for Jonathan Minchin

Jonathan Minchin

Coordinator, Green Fab Lab, Green Fab Lab Barcelona
Coordinator of the Green Fab Lab at Valldaura. Working at the intersection of digital fabrication with local material and living environments. Tooling for self sufficiency in Architecture, Urbanism, Sustainable Economic and Ecological Development. Also lead designer with the Open Source Beehives initiative.
avatar for Andrea Paoletti

Andrea Paoletti

Co-Founder, Casa Netural
Co-Founder and Director at Casa Netural and uuushh*. | Co-designer, serial entrepreneur and co-living advocate .


Tuesday May 6, 2014 09:30 - 10:20
03 The Boat

09:30

Reconnecting With Creativity: Open Access to Making
We're working with the Royal Society of Arts, Manufacture and Commerce in the UK to explore the development of open networks to support maker culture. We’re currently developing a set of shareable design principles for open access to making, and will explore some of these at Ouisharefest through a practical exercise. We’ll set a physical rapid prototyping challenge in two groups with varying degrees of openness and autonomy followed by a wider discussion. 

Moderators
avatar for Simon Gough

Simon Gough

Redfront
Simon founded Redfront almost fourteen years ago and specialises in collaborative design. He’s worked across the commercial, public and voluntary sectors, helping clients to build with and for users; and exploring new tools and techniques. He regularly speaks on new applications for design, most recently talking about Open Design at the launch of the Open Institute London.
avatar for Philippa Rose

Philippa Rose

Redfront
I have enjoyed being a service designer over the last five years, bringing together a background in strategy, research and marketing. | | Before joining Redfront I had senior roles in private and public sectors including managing national programmes at Enterprise UK and NESTA. | | At Redfront, I have particular interests in co-creation, rapid prototyping, service innovation and networks. I'm currently working on projects exploring the... Read More →

Tuesday May 6, 2014 09:30 - 10:25
04 The Factory

09:45

The Road to an Active Collaborative Community is Paved with Trust
Ed Kushins will deliver his vision of trust as a cornerstone of collaborative consumption. As a sharing economy pioneer, HomeExchange.com is built on trust inside its active community. Ed will tell how HomeExchange.com uses its awareness of the role of trust to grow an active and loyal community. Last but not least, he will share the invaluable lessons he has learned on his entrepreneurial path.

Speakers
avatar for Ed Kushins

Ed Kushins

CEO and Founder, HomeExchange.com
There are some things about me that haven't changed since I was a kid: | | --I play well with others (probably one trait that most of us at OuiSharefest2014 shared as children). | | --Even though I am an "only child" I actually like to share my stuff | | --I get a lot of satisfaction out of successful "matchmaking", which is sort of like networking except there doesn't have to be any expectation of reciprocity | | --I love to travel... Read More →


Tuesday May 6, 2014 09:45 - 09:57
01 The Circus

10:00

Fun & Serious: The Recipe For Sustained Growth in the Sharing Economy
Speakers
avatar for Nicolas Brusson

Nicolas Brusson

Founder & COO, BlaBlaCar
Nicolas Brusson is co-founder and COO of BlaBlaCar, the European ridesharing network that connects drivers with empty seats and people travelling the same way. With over 7 million members, BlaBlaCar now transports upwards of 1 million travelers each month for inter-city journeys. Nicolas's mission is to create an entirely new, pan-European transport network, bringing efficiency to road transport, and making it affordable, social and... Read More →
avatar for Frédéric Mazzella

Frédéric Mazzella

Founder & CEO, BlaBlaCar
Frédéric Mazzella is the founder and CEO of BlaBlaCar, the leading European ridesharing community that connects drivers with empty seats and people looking for a ride. Fred originally imagined a new transport network, built on people, when he couldn't get home one Christmas, several years ago. He had no car. The trains were full. The roads, too, were full of people driving home, alone in their car. It occurred to him that he... Read More →


Tuesday May 6, 2014 10:00 - 10:14
01 The Circus

10:15

Rethinking Retail in the Collaborative Economy
For a major DIY retailer like Castorama, the collaborative economy is a fantastic opportunity to rethink how the internet can help transform the retail industry. During this Keynote, Veronique Laury, Castorama's CEO, will announce the company's first step toward the collaborative economy.

Speakers
avatar for Véronique Laury

Véronique Laury

CEO, Castorama
Véronique Laury was appointed to CEO of Castorama in March 2013. She has held a number of senior roles at Kingfisher including Commercial Strategy Director, Commercial Director of B&Q UK and Commercial Director of Castorama France. Previously, she spent 15 years at Leroy-Merlin in various commercial roles.


Tuesday May 6, 2014 10:15 - 10:28
01 The Circus

10:30

Let's Unleash Creativity With Crowdfunding
Speakers
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 →


Tuesday May 6, 2014 10:30 - 10:42
01 The Circus

10:30

SharExpo: International Exhibitions and Sharing Economy
Limited Capacity full

The goal of the workshop is to understand the opportunities and challenges for using collaborative services during major events. All starts from Sharexpo, the path promoted by Collaboriamo with its partners to propose initiatives for testing collaborative services during the period of the Universal Exhibition in Milan.

Expo 2015 in Milan will be a great chance to promote the sharing economy in Italy as a mean to empower locals and fulfill the overflow of services demand by visitors from all around the world.
Just by a numerical point of view, current lodging, mobility, food and tourism service providers will be inadequate to meet the millions of tourists expected in the Milan area during the event.
But the real estate for sharing economy is offering tourists a true p2p experience in accessing services shared with them by locals, living their homes, tasting their specialties, travelling and wandering with them in the north west area of Italy, so much industrially developed and so much underestimated by an environmental, artistic and historical point of view.
Locals would greatly benefit on the economical, cultural and citizenship sides.
To let locals engage the event and tourists enjoy an undisclosured Italy, and to have local government endorse the sharing economy startups despite legacy trades reaction, some blocking issues must be addressed ahead of time regarding at least regulations, insurance, safety and taxation.

The team from collaboriamo.org, is working heavily on these themes trying to clearly identify the specific problems and watching how governments all around the world are trying to solve them.

This is why we would like to make a workshop showing the sharing economy opportunities for Expo 2015 in Milan and working with all participants to complete and refine our view on what is going on in other countries, in order to write a document about the best practices and the specific actions that could benefit all the Expo stakeholders.
The document will be presented to citizens and local government in a big event about the sharing economy for Expo that will be held in June in Milan.

We want to make a difference in Milan, and we know that Ouishare Fest will be a unique chance for sharing experiences, getting inspirations and building a great proposal for Expo.
 
The workshop will take place in two sessions. A first introductory session will frame the opportunity (15 minutes):We'll focus on the process used for the project , in order to propose it as a model for the testing of collaborative services during major events. 

Later, a co-creative (25 minutes) participants will be divided into four thematic groups (transport , food and accommodation, employment, leisure) ideally with maximum 5 people per group.

Each group will be asked to to brainstorm and answer questions about the opportunities offered by sharing services and what challenges arise.

Before closing pop-up workshop, moderators of each group will have 2 minutes report the results of the work in order to have a complete picture of what has emerged.



Moderators
avatar for Lorenzo Brambille

Lorenzo Brambille

CEO, Aliamens
Being a software architect, and designing collaborative systems for large enterprises, I came to like the nonlinear relationships between technology, people values and operational effectiveness. This pushed me to develop my business and organizational skills, start my tech company and experiment with it. When I discovered the wonders of the sharing economy, I co-founded the consulting company Collaboriamo to try my best for a better world.
avatar for Simone Cicero

Simone Cicero

Italy & Factory Connector, OuiShare
I am a self-starter, strategist, product and service designer interested in co-design, design thinking and meaningful innovation. I investigate the reasons behind change, correlate things and understand. | | I run workshops and design events for strategy creation, product and service design, planning, envisioning and more. | | I’m a blogger and public speaker: most often I talk about innovation, disruption, resilience and... Read More →

Tuesday May 6, 2014 10:30 - 11:20
03 The Boat

10:30

The Hottest Research Questions On The Collaborative Economy
Bringing together research projects to share updates, tools and processes and co-create together a better understanding of the collaborative economy and its impacts.

Part 1 (1 hour) : lightning talks of projects
Represented organizations :
- CSCP
- Nesta
- NYU Stern
- SciencesPo
- Orange Labs
- Hack Your PhD
- OuiShare x La Fing
- European Insititute for Energy Research (EIFER)
- University of Padova

Part 2 (1 hour) : 3 or 4 parallel workshops
- Taxonomy Workshop
- How to Measure the Impact (economic, social, environmental)
- Building a global collaborative economy research ecosystem relying on Open Source and Co-Design methodologies

Part 3 (25 min) : wrap-up and next steps


Moderators
avatar for Marine Albarede

Marine Albarede

Project Manager, FING
Digital technologies, collaboration, cities and territories,...
avatar for David Canat

David Canat

research assistant, Ouishare / Grenoble Ecole de Management
As alumni research connector, I promote transdisciplinary collaborative research on the collaborative economy, as well as facilitating dialogue between the research community, practitioners (fields of study) and governments (research users). My personal areas of research are collaborative governance and the future of work, with a focus on the tension between agency and communion.
avatar for Edwin Mootoosamy

Edwin Mootoosamy

OuiShare
OuiShare Co-Founder and PhD student in human sciences. I am fascinated by how Internet and its uses transform our relationships to the others, our manners to consume, to produce, to finance, to move, to work...
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 Benoît Allibe

Benoît Allibe

Founder, Famust
As CEO of ZenWeShare I'm passionate about finding solutions to build online trust between strangers. I'm also researcher at EDF R&D where I try to find ways to match future services demand of households with energy resources. | Two big challenges!
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Damien DEMAILLY

Programm Coordinator, Iddri
avatar for Célya Gruson-Daniel

Célya Gruson-Daniel

Co-founder, Hack Your PhD
Graduated from ENS (Ecole Normale Supérieure) and University Paris VI in cognitive neurosciences, Célya Gruson-Daniel observes and tries to understand the emergence and caracteristics of innovative communities.
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Andreas Huber

Researcher, European Institute for Energy Reserach
avatar for Jacques-François Marchandise

Jacques-François Marchandise

Co-Founder & Foresight, FING
Local development. Empowerment. Democracy. Public policies. Social Innovation. Digital Disruptions. Commons.
avatar for Anne-Sophie Novel

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 !
avatar for Valérie Peugeot

Valérie Peugeot

Future studies project manager, Orange Labs
avatar for Kathleen Stokes

Kathleen Stokes

Senior Researcher, Nesta
Senior Researcher at Nesta, focusing on public and social innovation.
avatar for Arun Sundararajan

Arun Sundararajan

Professor, NYU Stern
Arun is Professor and NEC Faculty Fellow at NYU's Stern School of Business and heads the Social Cities Initiative at NYU's Center for Urban Science+Progress. He is fascinated by how digital technologies transform business and society. His (sometimes passionate) writing about the collaborative economy has been published in the New York Times, Harvard Business Review and WIRED. Follow him on Twitter @digitalarun, find out more at... Read More →
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Alessio Surian

Prof., Unipd
At the Unipd I am teaching Transformative Learning in the Sustainable Territorial Development (STEDE) Master Mundus. I am co-cordinating the European Special Interest Group on Learning in Culturally Diverse Settings and conducting research on collaborative and intercultural competences, including participatory studies on housing issues, in cooperation with local solidarity economy districts.
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Thomas Wagner

Project Manager, Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP)
A the CSC, I work how sustainable lifestyles can look like, which behavior changes we need for this, but also which social innovations and new business models enable a One Planet Lifestyle.


Tuesday May 6, 2014 10:30 - 13:00
02 The Camp

10:30

OuiShare Factory Workshops #2: Wiki Farm - Open Hardware meets agriculture.
Construction Workshops #2 around the Concept of Wiki Farm

OuiShare Factory is a temporary fabrication space where people can participate freely in both digital fabrication and discussions around common problems, and share ideas about ongoing and new projects. 

For WikiFarm Factory Workshop, we will be joined by the co-founders of the Open Source Beehive Project Jonathan Minchin and Tristan Copley-Smith, P2P Foodlab founder Peter Hanappe, Jay Hudnall from Tripalium and the one and only Marc Chataigner from WoMa.

Open Source Hardware will be linked with urban agriculture and small-scale energy production. Participants will be introduced to open source composts, windmills and learn to make open source beehives, as well as about the broader theme of peer-to-peer food production.

The Factory #2 workshop objectives are to build some elements of a WikiFarm
1 Barcelona_Warre_Hive - Open Source Beehive
2 Colorado_Top_Bar - Open Source Beehive
1 connected greenhouse - P2PFoodLab
1 windmill - Trypallium
1 home compost bin - Marc Chataigner

In addition, the team from DOOD will build and assamble a 3D printer model, the DOM.

The Factory #2 workshop objectives are also about connecting people around important topics common to all engaged projects. The topics will be displayed on the #OSFFactoryTalks black board and the discussion will happen around the #OSFfactory + #MakersMeet tables.

Peter, Marc and Justyna will happily welcome participants who are eager to think and co-design next versions of these WikiFarm elements and prototype them with the Trotec laser cutter.





Moderators
avatar for Johann Aussage

Johann Aussage

Co-founder / designer, Nouvelle Fabrique
Johann AUSSAGE | | / Cofounder Nouvelle Fabrique | / Assistant Professeur ESADSE | / Responsable Pôle numérique | / random(lab) | | Auteur de plusieurs expérimentation code/objet, aussi bien pour de l'ameublement que pour des publication graphique. Co-fondateur de Pentagon (studio graphique), puis de la Nouvelle Fabrique (laboratoire de fabrication numérique), il développe aussi au sein du collectif .CORP des projets... Read More →
avatar for Marc Chataigner

Marc Chataigner

Factory Connector, OuiShare + WoMa
Ethno-designer keen about community and contributive economy, I started next to OuiShare the WoMa project in Paris, a local P2P factory, in order to embed the connected digital world within smarter project that enable me to | | #service #design #collaborative #economy, @WoMa_Paris #maker, @OuiShare #connector, ex @super_marmite co-founder
avatar for Delphine Chenuet

Delphine Chenuet

Co-fondatrice de WOMA  | WoMa est l’abréviation de Working et de Making. Notre souhait : relier l’idée et la matière de manière collaborative. | | WoMa, fabrique de quartier est un espace de travail équipé d’un atelier de fabrication numérique ouvert à tous situé dans le 19ème arrondissement de Paris. C’est un... Read More →
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 .

Speakers
avatar for Clément Chappert

Clément Chappert

CEO, Digital Object On Demand
Mechanical Engineering, Design and Open Source 3D printer
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Tristan Copley-Smith

Communications Director, People + Pattern Supporter
Tristan is a visual storyteller and organiser working in open source, government transparency, and sharing economy movements. He is currently Communications Director at the Open Tech Collaborative and co-founder of the Open Source Beehives project. | | Tristan has worked closely with WikiLeaks, Open Source Ecology and 38 Degrees and is currently developing a documentary called 'Why We Share.'
avatar for Julien Déprez

Julien Déprez

Président, DOOD
3D Printing Conception
avatar for Peter Hanappe

Peter Hanappe

Occupational therapist, Sony Computer Science Laboratory
avatar for Jay Hudnall

Jay Hudnall

Chairman, Ti'éole - énergies éoliennes
I am passionate about wind. I work to develop small wind in France and around the globe through teach people how to build and install small wind turbines. With the association Tripalium we have built and installed over 120 small wind turbines providing electricity to sites though out France. We have also taught over a thousand people not only how to build a small wind turbine, but also how to weld, work with resin, electrical theory, and carve... Read More →
avatar for Jonathan Minchin

Jonathan Minchin

Coordinator, Green Fab Lab, Green Fab Lab Barcelona
Coordinator of the Green Fab Lab at Valldaura. Working at the intersection of digital fabrication with local material and living environments. Tooling for self sufficiency in Architecture, Urbanism, Sustainable Economic and Ecological Development. Also lead designer with the Open Source Beehives initiative.


Tuesday May 6, 2014 10:30 - 13:00
04 The Factory

10:45

Crowdfunding: Where Is The Crowd?
Based on recent international research, this presentation will detail key facts and figures about crowdfunding platforms. Common assumptions about crowdfunding will be challenged and marketing dynamics discussed.

Speakers
avatar for Sylvain Bureau

Sylvain Bureau

Associate Professor, ESCP Europe
Sylvain Bureau, PhD in Management Science, is an Associate Professor at ESCP Europe and Ecole  | Polytechnique. His research and classes focus on entrepreneurship, mingling various disciplines  | like Humanities and Art. For several years he has been developing innovative experiments to teach  | entrepreneurship. One of the main projects is Improbable which help to experience and learn  | entrepreneurial practices through... Read More →


Tuesday May 6, 2014 10:45 - 10:57
01 The Circus

11:00

[FR] Bernard Stiegler: Pharmacologie de la contribution
Speakers
avatar for Bernard Stiegler

Bernard Stiegler

President, Ars industrialis
Bernard Stiegler is a French philosopher at Goldsmiths, University of London and at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne. In addition, he is Director of the Institut de recherche et d'innovation (IRI), founder in 2005 of the political and cultural group, Ars Industrialis, and founder in 2010 of the philosophy school, Ecole de Philosophie d’Epineuil-le-Fleuriel. His best known work is Technics and Time, 1: The Fault of... Read More →


Tuesday May 6, 2014 11:00 - 11:25
01 The Circus

11:00

(Wel)Come to the Sharing Side of the Force! (2 x 1hour)
Limited Capacity full

(Well)come to the sharing side of the Force!



  • Objectives of the workshop



Most of us think that sharing is a matter of trust, but are there other qualities and behaviors that we must express in oder to make collaborative economy and collaborative consumption work and prosper?

Regarding the behavioral issues of collaboration and the sharing economy in general, we would like to offer an experience with the participants like a « tour » with several steps to evaluate one's « sharing quotient » on the model of the Intellectual Quotient (IQ) or Emotional Quotient (EQ). Let’s evaluate your Sharing Quotient (SQ)!



  • People will contribute to this workshop by meeting and interacting with other participants BUT we will also leave the place with insight on your personal SQ and tips to better improve your collaborative skills



It will be fun, innovative, a lot of movement, interactions, and participation!



  • What will happen?


This moment will last no more than 1 hour but will offer 4 different sessions of exploration :





  1. "Feel like a shareman":: Games & physical experiments to test skills / difficulties of each other in collaborating



  2. “What’s my sharing quotient?” : A quiz (designed by us) where each individual can assesswhether he or she is naturally inclined to share or not and evaluate his or her potential and areas of improvement



  3. “Sharing group Therapy”: Feedbacks in groups on « sharing » experiences (AirbNb, Blablacar, Coworking, crowdfunding, etc...)



  4. Brainsharingstorming”: Brainstorming a list of all the necessary skills and share best practices




  • Number of people invited


2 sessions of 20 people each (40 in total)


  • Duration


2x1 hour (2x20 people)

4 experiences (of 15 minutes each in each session) 

Moderators
avatar for Stéphane Riot

Stéphane Riot

Founder, Noveterra
I founded NoveTerra in 2005 to help organisations and individuals move towards sustainability and reinvent their business model. | | I love to create a space of experience of the new business models and emerging economies => collaborative , functional , circular , contributive , open-source, etc ... | | I am the co-author of “Long-Live the Co-Révolution! For a collaborative society” with Anne-Sophie Novel as I think that... Read More →

Tuesday May 6, 2014 11:00 - 13:00
05 The Terrace

11:30

Time Machine Experience: Communities in 2025
Let's virtually move 20 years forward and imagine a fictional debate between 4 leaders that embody a specific aspect of the future of communities: mystic, entrepreneurial, local and stateless. The aim of this creative workshop is to make participants experience the diversity of communities in our near future. The whole experience will shed light of the choice we are currently making. Are we conscious enough of the consequences of the choices we are currently making (or not)? 

Afther a short 15 mn session framing, participants will split into 4 groups according to the character they intend to support and prepare the arguments for the debate during 45 mn. The debate theme will be defined at the beginning of the workshop.

The Time Machine Experience will be conducted by Louis-David Benyayer (Without Model). 

Moderators
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

Tuesday May 6, 2014 11:30 - 13:00
03 The Boat

11:45

Challenges for Corporations in the Collaborative Economy
This talk introduces the challenges that companies face if they want to engage in the sharing economy. It also looks at what tools and methods might make it less risky and more ”normal” for a business to collaborate more widely.

The collaborative economy fundamentally challenges conventional business models:

 


  • The roles of the traditional manufacturer changes, when users are involved in value creation

  • The focus of design and production shifts from creating finished products to creating platforms for interaction and co-creation

  • Access replaces ownership, and other values besides just money motivate contributors

  • Control and management is different, when participants are not your employees, but voluntary or coming from different organizations


 

Sharing can obviously enable companies to create greater value at lower prices, and to connect to customers in deeper ways – but for an established company it is a risky, strange and unpredictable approach.

Speakers
avatar for Peter Hesseldahl

Peter Hesseldahl

Project manager, We-economy
I am project manager of a research project focusing on how established companies can engage in collaborative economies. The project is a cooperation between the Danish Design Centre and DEA, a Danish think tank on innovation. | | Besides, I consult on strategic forecasting and trend analysis - and I work part-time as senior innovation specialist for the Universe Foundation, a Danish non-profit focusing on learning and innovation.


Tuesday May 6, 2014 11:45 - 11:55
01 The Circus

12:00

How Large Companies Can Empower the Collaborative Economy
Moderators
avatar for Vincent Edin

Vincent Edin

Journalist, Independent

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 Denis Guibard

Denis Guibard

VP sustainability Products & Services, Orange
Denis Guibard started off his career in R&D for satellite communications before moving on to heading the France Telecom R&D Strategy Division. He then managed several business development projects such as designing and deploying France Telecom’s pan-european fiber optic network. As CTO of France Telecom’s Fixed Services Division, he launched a series of innovative services. Since October 2008, he is in charge of Sustainable... Read More →
avatar for Véronique Laury

Véronique Laury

CEO, Castorama
Véronique Laury was appointed to CEO of Castorama in March 2013. She has held a number of senior roles at Kingfisher including Commercial Strategy Director, Commercial Director of B&Q UK and Commercial Director of Castorama France. Previously, she spent 15 years at Leroy-Merlin in various commercial roles.
AS

Alex Stephany

ParkAtMyHouse


Tuesday May 6, 2014 12:00 - 12:50
01 The Circus

13:00

Lunch Break
Tuesday May 6, 2014 13:00 - 14:30
06 Everywhere

14:00

OuiShare Awards Pitch Session #2
Moderators
avatar for Dalma Berkovics

Dalma Berkovics

Connector, OuiShare
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 →

Tuesday May 6, 2014 14:00 - 14:25
01 The Circus

14:00

Open Hardware for Energy Transition
Climate change and natural resources scarcity are very powerful drivers for the transition of our energy systems. We need to go towards more efficient, low carbon solutions for our buldings, our transports and our energy production. How can open hardware be part of this transition ? What's beyond technology ? 

- Open Energy Monitor (Open hardware energy monitoring)
- Tripalium (Open source design and open knowledge for wind power)
- Velocar.cc (low carbon mobility with open source human/electric hybrid vehicle)

Moderators
avatar for Léo Benichou

Léo Benichou

electron, ouishare
I have a background in natural science and engineering. | After 3 years of energy scenarios studies at The Shift Project, I am now contributing to making open source hardware a key part of our future energy systems.  | OuiShare enthusiast, I want to explore economic, social and environmental impacts of the collaborative economy.  | @leobenichou
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 .

Speakers
avatar for Jay Hudnall

Jay Hudnall

Chairman, Ti'éole - énergies éoliennes
I am passionate about wind. I work to develop small wind in France and around the globe through teach people how to build and install small wind turbines. With the association Tripalium we have built and installed over 120 small wind turbines providing electricity to sites though out France. We have also taught over a thousand people not only how to build a small wind turbine, but also how to weld, work with resin, electrical theory, and carve... Read More →
avatar for Trystan Lea

Trystan Lea

Cofounder & software developer, OpenEnergyMonitor
Im interested in how taking an open source approach to technology development can help us accelerate the transition to a sustainable energy future. Specifically I work on the OpenEnergyMonitor project which is a project to develop open source energy monitoring tools, everything is open source, hardware design, schematics, board files and the cloud software source code.
avatar for Yann Lischetti

Yann Lischetti

Directeur technique, Vélocar
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 microcar, whose open source plans and... Read More →


Tuesday May 6, 2014 14:00 - 15:15
04 The Factory

14:30

Building the University of the Future
Moderators
avatar for Margaux Pelen

Margaux Pelen

HEC Paris // localAcademy.org
Entrepreneur in Residence in HEC Paris to promote Entrepreneurship on the campus but also with great partners in soon-to-be Paris-Saclay and abroad. | | | | I'm also building localAcademy.org as a result of a few months of travel around education and affordable technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Clara Bellar

Clara Bellar

Director, Being And Becoming (Movie)
Born and raised in Paris, Clara Bellar is an actress, singer, writer, director and producer. Clara's film career took off when she met the French New Wave director Eric Rohmerafter he saw her in a Parisian stage production of Sleeping Beauty. Mr. Rohmer cast her as the lead in his film Rendezvous in Paris. As an actress, she is best known for portraying the nanny robot in Steven Spielberg's A.I., and for starring in... Read More →
avatar for Célya Gruson-Daniel

Célya Gruson-Daniel

Co-founder, Hack Your PhD
Graduated from ENS (Ecole Normale Supérieure) and University Paris VI in cognitive neurosciences, Célya Gruson-Daniel observes and tries to understand the emergence and caracteristics of innovative communities.
avatar for Boris Paillard

Boris Paillard

cofondateur, Le Wagon
I left the trading floor to embrace coding education and create a dense and disruptive community of code learners and entrepreneurs in Paris. I also love çorba, motorcycles and naïve art..
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 ***


Tuesday May 6, 2014 14:30 - 15:20
03 The Boat

14:30

Cities in the Collaborative Economy pt 1: An Overview
A plenary session with a series of lightning talks on Collaborative Economy in cities around the world, an introduction of the Shareable Cities concept, and awareness-building around key policy challenges for the collaborative economy

The Self-Sufficient City
Vincente Guallart, Chief Architect of the City of Barcelona

Crowdfunding for Cities
Mathieu Maire du Poset, Deputy General Manager of Ulule

Cities as Commons
Michel d'Alena, Public policy consultant and change manager working for City of Bologna

Building a Network of Sharing Cities

Neal Gorenflo, Founder and Chief Editor of Shareable

Sharing Cities: Rethinking Urban Planning & Sustainable Growth
April Rinne, Co-Founder of Collaborative Lab

Moderators
avatar for Albert Cañigueral

Albert Cañigueral

Co-Chair OuiShare Fest, OuiShare
I build bridges between those leading the disruption caused by the power of sharing and collaboration through network technologies and the companies, governments and public agencies aiming to embrace the new paradigm. | | I founded ConsumoColaborativo.com in 2011 which is now referenced as the main information hub in Spanish language about collaborative consumption. | | The blog and the OuiShare network allows me to connect with... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Michele D'Alena

Michele D'Alena

Comune di Bologna Iperbole Rete Civica
Public policy consultant and change manager working for Bologna City
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.
avatar for Vicente Guallart

Vicente Guallart

Chief Architect, City of Barcelona
avatar for Mathieu Maire du Poset

Mathieu Maire du Poset

Deputy General Manager, Ulule
avatar for April Rinne

April Rinne

Sharing Economy Advisory Board, City of Seoul, South Korea
The sharing economy + cities + policy + travel and tourism + emerging markets.


Tuesday May 6, 2014 14:30 - 15:30
01 The Circus

14:30

Coopoly Game Session #1
Limited Capacity full

In Co-opoly: The Game of Cooperatives, players collaborate to found and run a cooperative business. In order to survive as individuals and to strive for the success of their co-op, players make tough choices regarding big and small challenges while putting their teamwork abilities to the test.

This is an exciting game of skill and solidarity, where everyone wins – or everybody loses. Will the Point Bank continue to dominate the players’ lives, or will they break free and take control by jump-starting the movement for a truly democratic and cooperative economy in their community?

In this workshop attendees discover the unique benefits, challenges, and operations of the collaborative world – as well as the skills needed to participate in a cooperative structure!

This workshop will also be the kick-off for an european cooperation for producing the first version of Coopoly in several European languages

Moderators
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.

Tuesday May 6, 2014 14:30 - 16:00
05 The Terrace

14:30

Platform Design Workshop: Corporations & The Collaborative Economy
Limited Capacity full

Thanks to the digital dynamics that are permeating all sectors of society, since software is eating the world, phenomena such as componentization, modularization and continuous transformation increasingly transform everything into a commodity: welcome to exponential innovation.

These dynamics are difficult to understand, have a pace that is simply untenable by organizational structures emerged from the first decade of the century, that struggle to understand and cope with the change.

Continuous disruption is pushing companies to run or die, and run may not be enough if you do not make strategic decisions based on a long-term vision. In this perspective, hyper connectivity urges any business to act as part of a social network, made up of active users that become community and help to create the right value, by ideating new use cases: these user interactions are source of growth and resilience for a business.

If, until now, we considered user-centered design a must, now it’s the time to design in a community centered fashion: businesses today need to become enabling platforms, no longer just produce value that is consumed by passive users.

Thanks to Design Thinking tools is now possible to design in a future-proof and anti-fragile manner, understanding motivations behind those platform users, and creating powerful organic, sustainable growth engines.


We will apply the Platform Design Canvas and Toolkit to several corporate industries (Retail, Automotive, etc...) to evaluate the potential disruptions that may be applied to existing models.


Notable links:

The Platform Design Toolkit is in the Making
http://meedabyte.com/2013/11/06/the-platform-design-toolkit-is-in-the-making/

Future Proof Design and the Platform Design Canvas

http://www.slideshare.net/Meedabyte/future-proof-design-and-the-platform-design-canvas

Moderators
avatar for Dalma Berkovics

Dalma Berkovics

Connector, OuiShare
avatar for Simone Cicero

Simone Cicero

Italy & Factory Connector, OuiShare
I am a self-starter, strategist, product and service designer interested in co-design, design thinking and meaningful innovation. I investigate the reasons behind change, correlate things and understand. | | I run workshops and design events for strategy creation, product and service design, planning, envisioning and more. | | I’m a blogger and public speaker: most often I talk about innovation, disruption, resilience and... Read More →
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 →

Tuesday May 6, 2014 14:30 - 16:20
02 The Camp

15:15

OuiShare Factory Workshops #3: Electronics

    OuiShare Factory is a temporary fabrication space where people can participate freely in both digital fabrication and discussions around common problems, and share ideas about ongoing and new projects.

    For OpenSource Electronics Factory Workshop, we will be joined by the co-founders of the Jerry Romain Chanut and his team, SnootLab founder Fred and Ophélie, P2P Foodlab founder Peter Hanappe.

    The afternoon will be dedicated to open electronics, featuring workshops on Arduino and soldering held by Frédérique Jourdan from Snootlab, instructions for building a low-cost open source computer with Romain Chanut from Jerry DIT, together with other useful tools such as open source energy monitor for home use, or electronic sensors for P2P Food Lab and Open Source Beehive – Smart Citizen based monitoring system.

    The workshop #3 workshop objectives is to build some elements of a Electronics :
    1 Arduino workshop - Jerry
    1 Soldering made easy workshop - SnootLab
    1 Sensorbox - P2PFoodLab
    1 SmartCitizen sensors

    In addition, the team from DOOD will build and assamble a 3D printer model, the DOM.

    The Factory #3 workshop objectives are also about connecting people around important topics common to all engaged projects.


    The topics will be displayed on the #OSFFactoryTalks black board and the discussion will happen around the #OSFFactoryTalks tables.



    Peter, Marc and Justyna will happily welcome participants who are eager to think and co-design next versions of these sensorboxes and prototype some parts with the Trotec laser cutter.


Moderators
RC

Romain Chanut

off/online communication consultant, Social Media Squad
avatar for Clément Chappert

Clément Chappert

CEO, Digital Object On Demand
Mechanical Engineering, Design and Open Source 3D printer
avatar for Marc Chataigner

Marc Chataigner

Factory Connector, OuiShare + WoMa
Ethno-designer keen about community and contributive economy, I started next to OuiShare the WoMa project in Paris, a local P2P factory, in order to embed the connected digital world within smarter project that enable me to | | #service #design #collaborative #economy, @WoMa_Paris #maker, @OuiShare #connector, ex @super_marmite co-founder
avatar for Julien Déprez

Julien Déprez

Président, DOOD
3D Printing Conception
avatar for Peter Hanappe

Peter Hanappe

Occupational therapist, Sony Computer Science Laboratory
avatar for Frédéric Jourdan

Frédéric Jourdan

Président co-fondateur, Snootlab
We want to enchant the Maker
avatar for Jonathan Minchin

Jonathan Minchin

Coordinator, Green Fab Lab, Green Fab Lab Barcelona
Coordinator of the Green Fab Lab at Valldaura. Working at the intersection of digital fabrication with local material and living environments. Tooling for self sufficiency in Architecture, Urbanism, Sustainable Economic and Ecological Development. Also lead designer with the Open Source Beehives initiative.
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 .

Tuesday May 6, 2014 15:15 - 17:45
04 The Factory

15:30

Cities in the Collaborative Economy pt 2: Policies for Sharing Cities
Panel and Q&A about sharing cities and related public policies. Marco Torregrossa will lead and moderate the panel with:
- City of Amsterdam: Carlien Roodink (Amsterdam Economic Board)
- City of Bordeaux experience: Stephane Mahon (Happy Curious)
- City of Ghent: Filip Watteeuw (Alderman of mobility and public space)
- City of Rio de Janeiro: Téo Ferraz Benjamin (Rio+ is a collaborative platform for creative urban solutions)

Moderators
avatar for Albert Cañigueral

Albert Cañigueral

Co-Chair OuiShare Fest, OuiShare
I build bridges between those leading the disruption caused by the power of sharing and collaboration through network technologies and the companies, governments and public agencies aiming to embrace the new paradigm. | | I founded ConsumoColaborativo.com in 2011 which is now referenced as the main information hub in Spanish language about collaborative consumption. | | The blog and the OuiShare network allows me to connect with... Read More →
avatar for Marco Torregrossa

Marco Torregrossa

Managing Director, Euro Freelancers
OuiShare European Union Connector and founder at www.euro-freelancers.eu, a synergic network of independent EU affairs professionals and investors specialised in sustainability, collaborative innovation and crowd-sourcing solutions. As EU policy and legal advisor specialised in sustainable consumption and production, I am relentlessly building bridges between co-consumption and co-creation movements as a conduit to create skills, work, new... Read More →

Speakers
TB

Téo Benjamin

Benfeitoria
avatar for Stéphane Mahon

Stéphane Mahon

President and Founder, Happycurious
All about eco/social shifts. happycurious sees Social Intelligence as the ability for companies to better interact with their communities and society at large. | Through social innovation we help our clients to cope with the change.
avatar for Carlien Roodink

Carlien Roodink

Amsterdam Economic Board
avatar for Filip Watteuw

Filip Watteuw

Alderman of mobility and public space


Tuesday May 6, 2014 15:30 - 16:15
01 The Circus

15:30

The Thinking Room
Welcome to The Thinking Room! 

The Thinking Room is named as analogy to the smoking room, except that this room is for everyone, whether they are smokers or not. It's an invitation to rest and break from the passionate agitation that will be the Fest. The Thinking Room will literally leave room for serendipity, as it often happens in places where people come for no particular reason. Take this chance to create connections and interactions in a different way than you use to in traditional networking areas.

You’ll be joined by others, who have felt the same need at the same time, and conversations shall begin. 

Your host will help foster your interactions by bringing some structure that will help make the most of this environment in only one hour. This is all you need to know at this point - to find out more yourself, see you in The Thinking Room!

Note: The number of participants is limited to 30.

Moderators
avatar for Magalie Pedrono

Magalie Pedrono

Designer, modern_monk
Exploring art and philosophy to challenge the way we live and implement new concepts that will foster self-awareness & social interaction. I'm convinced that the positive change starts within ourselves, therefore I put my main focus on personal /more specifically spiritual/ development in order to help people helping themselves. | During the OuiShare fest, I'll be bringing to you The Thinking Room, a serendipity experience.

Tuesday May 6, 2014 15:30 - 16:20
03 The Boat

16:00

[FR] From Me to We
Limited Capacity filling up

Note : this experience session will be in French.

Relational Transformation: From Ego to Eco thanks to mindfulness techniques and ODASS (Opéra Détente des Apprentis Sages en Silence). Connect to the power source -- YOU -- with a silent meditation and an opera singer. 

Ego-system awareness means paying attention to the well-being of oneself. Eco-system awareness means focusing on the well-being of oneself and of the whole, which includes all the stakeholders in the system and the nature. 
The switch between Ego to Eco requires a profound transformation of the types of conversation we have with each other. You will understand how to stop passively downloading information and tearing each other in vilent depbates in order to accept dialogue and shift to collective creativity.



ME, myself and I : experience & enseignement

Progressing through the levels of the iceberg from surface to depth will illuminate several blind spots

from ME to HE or HE(R) : experience & enseignement

100 millièmes de secondes suffisent pour se faire une première impression d’une personne…

Shifting awareness from EGO system to ECO system.

 The Collective mindfulness  

From Me to We in 3 times

1/ Open mind represents the capacity to see the world with fresh eyes and to suspend old habits of thought

2/ Having an open heart means having the capacity to empathize, to see any situation through the eyes of someone else = OPERA

3/ And an open will is the capacity of letting go and "letting-come": letting go of old identities = MEDITATION

Artists
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Coco Bracdelaperriere

CEO, MINDFULNESS @ WORK
Coco Brac de la Perrière, advisor and coach, is a true "Learning Partner" who has been dedicating her expertise to human capital development for over 14 years in France and abroad. Founder of Resources and projects, co-founder of Ouibehave, she bases her training on mindfulness to help them achieve a balance between being and posessing. She created Operas Détente des Apprentis Sages en Silence (ODASS). She introduces you to a new world... Read More →


Tuesday May 6, 2014 16:00 - 17:30
05 The Terrace

16:15

True Democracy Is Collaborative Democracy
Back from a six-month hitchhiking roadtrip, interviewing innovative mayors all around France, Armel Le Coz is now writing a detailed proposition to help mayors transform their local governance into collaborative governance.

All is about the rules of the game we play together. If locally lot of territories agrees to experiment new rules, more open, more transparent, more fun and more collaborative, I bet we can radically accelerate the transition and bring solutions to big issues we are facing today.

Speakers
avatar for Armel Le Coz

Armel Le Coz

Co-fondateur, Démocratie Ouverte


Tuesday May 6, 2014 16:15 - 16:27
01 The Circus

16:30

Cities in the Collaborative Economy pt 3: Case Studies
A set of 3 parallel sessions (sessions will be open but max 20 people/session) to undertake deep-dive discussions into specific collaborative economy themes. Case studies will have a tactical problem to solve and the session should produce a tangible output as a solution.

* A brief intro about the format and objectives by April Rinne and Marco Torregrossa.
* Parallel workshops
      A. Amsterdam vs. Barcelona: the Airbnb case (with Airbnb and ShareNL and OuiShare Barcelona). Amanda Jansen as rapporteur
      B. Challenges for innovative shared mobility services in urban areas  (with Sharette and Sustainable Mobility Network). Rapporteur TBD
      C. Collaborative economy for social exclusion risk groups (with NESTA). Scott Collen as rapporteur
* Share-back from the group rapporteurs and Call For Action
* Plenary Discussion with the Audience

Moderators
avatar for April Rinne

April Rinne

Sharing Economy Advisory Board, City of Seoul, South Korea
The sharing economy + cities + policy + travel and tourism + emerging markets.
avatar for Marco Torregrossa

Marco Torregrossa

Managing Director, Euro Freelancers
OuiShare European Union Connector and founder at www.euro-freelancers.eu, a synergic network of independent EU affairs professionals and investors specialised in sustainability, collaborative innovation and crowd-sourcing solutions. As EU policy and legal advisor specialised in sustainable consumption and production, I am relentlessly building bridges between co-consumption and co-creation movements as a conduit to create skills, work, new... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Pieter Van De Glind

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 Olivier Grémillon

Olivier Grémillon

Director - Europe & Africa, Airbnb
Olivier Grémillon is in charge of Airbnb in Europe, responsible for the development of the activity across the region. Olivier joined Airbnb in January 2012 to open the French office. In late 2013, he took over the coordination of the 8 European offices.
avatar for Angelo Meuleman

Angelo Meuleman

Project Manager, Taxistop
President of the Sustainable Mobility Network and member of Flemish advisory board for Mobility.
avatar for Grégoire Des Pins

Grégoire Des Pins

sharette
CEO
avatar for Hugues Pouillot

Hugues Pouillot

Sharette
CTO
avatar for Kathleen Stokes

Kathleen Stokes

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

Team
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Albert Cañigueral

Co-Chair OuiShare Fest, OuiShare
I build bridges between those leading the disruption caused by the power of sharing and collaboration through network technologies and the companies, governments and public agencies aiming to embrace the new paradigm. | | I founded ConsumoColaborativo.com in 2011 which is now referenced as the main information hub in Spanish language about collaborative consumption. | | The blog and the OuiShare network allows me to connect with... Read More →
avatar for Scott Collen

Scott Collen

Alumni Connector, Ouishare London
OuiShare Connector London
avatar for Amanda Jansen

Amanda Jansen

Owner, Amanda Jansen Is..
OuiShare Connector Netherlands


Tuesday May 6, 2014 16:30 - 17:20
02 The Camp

16:30

Sharing Love
With talk of the sharing economy - how do we develop new models and social contracts for love and intimacy? How do we move from a love defined by scarcity to one defined by abundance? How do we move from individual partnerships to free ourselves to explore and interact with others on many planes. What from the open source philosophy can we bring to love? In this workshops, we'll share stories about our own experiences, desires, and intentions around shared love. 

Moderators
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 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 →

Tuesday May 6, 2014 16:30 - 17:20
03 The Boat

16:30

Building the Open Source Economy
This series of short keynotes will give you a glance about how far reaching the open-source paradigm is today.

Indeed it's no more about software: you can create open source hardware, open source companies and even open source funding programs.

At the end of the day, you can just opensource everything. 

Talks by:
- Simone Cicero - OSVehicle
- Sylvain Le Bon - Open Initiative
- Thomas Lommée - Open Structures
- Dominik Wind -Open State 
- Tiberius Brastaviceanu - Sensorica
 

Moderators
avatar for Simone Cicero

Simone Cicero

Italy & Factory Connector, OuiShare
I am a self-starter, strategist, product and service designer interested in co-design, design thinking and meaningful innovation. I investigate the reasons behind change, correlate things and understand. | | I run workshops and design events for strategy creation, product and service design, planning, envisioning and more. | | I’m a blogger and public speaker: most often I talk about innovation, disruption, resilience and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Sylvain Le Bon

Sylvain Le Bon

Dirigeant, Open Initiative
TB

Tiberius Brastaviceanu

co-founder, Sensorica
doing my part in making the world a better place | | co-founder of www.sensorica.co | founder of Multitude Project | work on the p2p economy | active participant in #occupy | | Get info here | http://www.google.com/profiles/tiberius.brastaviceanu
avatar for Thomas Lommée

Thomas Lommée

founder, OpenStructures
Me? | I’m Thomas Lommée, founder of Intrastructures.net. Intrastructures is a pragmatic, utopian design-studio, that applies the design of product-, service- and system design as a tool for change. Within this setting I initiated the OpenStructures project some years ago. OpenStructures is a hands-on design experiment that explores the possibility of a modular construction model where everyone designs for everyone on the basis of... Read More →
avatar for Dominik Wind

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.


Tuesday May 6, 2014 16:30 - 17:20
01 The Circus

17:30

Building a Network of Networks
This talk starts out as a traditional presentation glimpsing into some of the amazing networks that have recently spread like wildfire. Some would say that these networks are part of the inevitable beginnings of the era of networks. Each nascent network an embryonic cell in our organisational metamorphosis.

In the second part of this talk, Shane will tap into the wisdom of the room to develop a proposal for a "network of networks"…. in just a few minutes. The audience is full of inventors and builders of networks and makers, entrepreneurs and dreamers. Do you want such a network of networks? Why? Who would it serve, include or exclude? What would be its aims, its rules? Who would be its rulers?

Speakers
SH

Shane Hughes

Co initiator..., REconomy (a Transition Network project)
Shane is an REconomist, entrepreneur, environmentalist and dreamer. He left the UK at 17 to discover the world, travelling without money, direction or date of return – just a fascination for big questions like “is a better world possible?” 20 years later, his current work with the Transition Network’s REconomy Project exposes him to the rise of the new economy and a possible answer to these early questions.


Tuesday May 6, 2014 17:30 - 17:50
01 The Circus

18:00

18:00

Satellite Events
Tuesday May 6, 2014 18:00 - 23:30
06 Everywhere

18:30

The Fun & Serious Party at BlaBlaCar
This side event is full

Tuesday May 6, 2014 18:30 - 23:30
06 Everywhere

19:00

La Netscouade Side event - The financial services, the next industry to be disrupted by the P2P economy?

Après les transports avec Uber et l’hôtellerie avec Airbnb, Rachel Botsman annonce la disruption des services financiers par des pure players de la banque et de l'assurance.

Dans le cadre de OuiShare Fest 2014, cette table ronde réunira différents acteurs du secteur de la bancassurance pour discuter de la question et aborder des thèmes tels que l'évolution des usages, l'importance de l'infrastructure ou encore les enjeux de la sécurité des données.

 

Intervenant-es :

‣ Fabrice Amblard, Vice President Customer Experience & Digital chez Capgemini Consulting

‣ Joachim Dupont, Président et co-fondateur d'Anaxago

‣ Thierry Fabing, Directeur Digital Adjoint chez AXA France

‣ Pierre Lion, Directeur Commercial chez Mangopay (Leetchi)

Débat animé par Benoît Thieulin, fondateur et directeur de La Netscouade, président du Conseil national du numérique

 

Mardi 6 mai de 19h à 21h
La Netscouade
8, passage Brulon
75012 Paris

Métro : Faidherbe-Chaligny ou Ledru-Rollin (ligne 8)


Tuesday May 6, 2014 19:00 - 21:00
06 Everywhere

19:00

CoTuesday Entrepreneurs Fest Side Event
A special OuiShare Fest 14 CoTuesday @Le Workshop, 173 rue Saint Martin, 75003 Paris

Tuesday May 6, 2014 19:00 - 23:00
06 Everywhere

19:00

Side Event by MesDépanneurs.fr: The Universe of Housing.

« LES JEUNES POUSSES FRANÇAISES SE LANCENT DANS L’UNIVERS DE LA MAISON » 

SOIRÉE POUR CASSER LES CODES.

100% FRENCH TECH, 100% TRANSPARENT, 100% NOVATEUR.

Vous pensez que le domaine de l‘habitat au sens large est régi par des codes archaïques ? Que les acteurs majeurs agissant dans ce domaine sont uniquement de grands groupes et des syndicats professionnels très traditionnels ? Que leurs défauts sont bien connus mais que rien ne change dans ce monde ?

Découvrez un autre visage du domaine de l‘habitat – jeune, frais, innovant. Nous sommes ceux qui osent casser les codes et changer les comportements ! Et nous sommes de plus en plus nombreux…

MesDépanneurs.fr invite les start-ups françaises innovantes spécialisées dans le domaine de l’habitat à se réunir lors d’une soirée le 6 mai 2014 dans le cadre du OuiShareFestival sur la péniche mise à disposition à cette occasion par Castorama France (le sponsor de OuiShareFestival) afin de présenter au grand public et aux professionnels leurs innovations. Qu’il s’agisse d’objets connectés pour la maison ou d’applications mobiles vous aidant à découvrir les commerces près de chez vous, ces start-ups sauront vous surprendre.

Quel est l’intérêt d’organiser un tel événement pour Mesdepanneurs.fr ?

Cet événement correspond à l’identité même de notre start-up et à notre volonté de révolutionner le marché du dépannage d’urgence en redonnant l’espoir aux particuliers de retrouver, enfin, des services à la hauteur de leurs exigences dans un marché qui leur est très hostile pour le moment.

Chaque start-up invitée par MesDépanneurs.fr organisera sur la péniche une petite animation afin de présenter l’objectif et les caractéristiques de son produit / son offre vous laissant ainsi entrevoir ce dont est capable la #FrenchTech !

Une Charte de qualité sera signée au cours de la soirée afin de démontrer la volonté de ces start-ups de contribuer à l’amélioration de la vie quotidienne de nos concitoyens, à la protection des droits des consommateurs et au développement vertueux du commerce en ligne. Cette Charte faisant référence à la nouvelle loi sur la Consommation, dite, loi Hamon, elle sera ensuite envoyée au Ministère de l’Économie et des Finances ainsi qu’à Monsieur Benoît Hamon, l’auteur de la loi.


Tuesday May 6, 2014 19:00 - 23:00
06 Everywhere

19:15

Up Conferences Side Event - The Age of Sharing with the exceptional contribution of Neal Gorenlfo
Up Conferences - Side event OuiShare Fest / L'ère du partage : rencontre exceptionnelle avec Neal Gorenflo

06 mai 2014 - de 19h15 à 20h45

La Bellevilloise - 19-21 Rue Boyer, 75020 Paris

 

L’économie collaborative s’est considérablement développée ces dernières années grâce aux outils numériques. Elle bénéficie aujourd’hui d’un indéniable crédit et ne cesse de convaincre grâce à l’audace et à la réussite de ses ambassadeurs. Elle n’a plus grand-chose à voir avec le système D des origines et est en passe de devenir un laboratoire de référence dédié aux nouveaux modèles socio-économiques en embrassant désormais un large panel d’activités. Fédérant aujourd’hui les acteurs du financement participatif, de la consommation collaborative ou encore de la production contributive open-source, elle permet de réduire les coûts, encourage les circuits courts, crée du lien social… Il reste que si les impacts sociaux et environnementaux positifs de nombre de projets relevant de l’économie du partage sont avérés, peu d’entre eux se revendiquent pourtant de l’économie sociale, qui fait de la finalité des activités de ses structures un enjeu clé. Les frontières entre ces modèles semblent cependant poreuses et une plus grande perméabilité entre eux pourrait ouvrir de nouveaux horizons. Une fois n’est pas coutume, la France a su se positionner à l’avant-garde du mouvement et faire figure de terre d’accueil de l’économie collaborative. En témoigne la tenue de la seconde édition du OuiShare Fest – premier forum mondial de l’économie collaborative du 5 au 7 mai – à Paris auquel les UP Conferences s’associent le temps d’un évènement satellite exceptionnel profitant de la présence rare et précieuse en France de l’américain Neal GORENFLO, fondateur de Shareable. 

Intervenants :
- Neal GORENFLO, fondateur de Shareable
- Nathan STERN, sociologue et entrepreneur social 


Tuesday May 6, 2014 19:15 - 20:45
06 Everywhere
 
Wednesday, May 7
 

08:15

Check-in & Breakfast
Wednesday May 7, 2014 08:15 - 09:15
06 Everywhere

09:00

Highlights from Day 2
Speakers
avatar for Simone Cicero

Simone Cicero

Italy & Factory Connector, OuiShare
I am a self-starter, strategist, product and service designer interested in co-design, design thinking and meaningful innovation. I investigate the reasons behind change, correlate things and understand. | | I run workshops and design events for strategy creation, product and service design, planning, envisioning and more. | | I’m a blogger and public speaker: most often I talk about innovation, disruption, resilience and... 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 →
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 →


Wednesday May 7, 2014 09:00 - 09:10
01 The Circus

09:15

The Future of Currencies : Human versus Techno Trust
Currencies are getting momentum in many ways. Bitcoin is celebrating its 5th birthday with many burning news. Ethereum, Solarcoin, Litecoin, Freicoin, Dogecoin are doing their work of mapping international webs too. Their strength lies in the code that guides their vision and development.

At the same time local towns, transition towns, regions are creating local currencies based on social contracts, local trust and local exchanges.

These 2 developments are probably not opposed and certainly contribute to the same dynamics : creating alternative to the traditional currencies.

What will the future of currencies look like? Local one? Decentralised one? What are the most advanced design to certify trust in these networks? Human based trust with local open governance? Technological based trust with open decentralised governance? Both? Something else?

The idea is certainly not to give an answer but to open the field and explore what these scenarios have to offer : risks? opportunities?



Moderators
avatar for Etienne Hayem

Etienne Hayem

Co-Founder, Symba
We are launching a cooperative to develop a trust network for the region Ile de France. The goal? create a symbiotic economy, an economy in which organisations generate positive externalities. | How? by giving credits with 0 interest to SMEs, NGOs that do good. | | I have been developping, consulting, communicating about the tool that are Complementary Currencies for 5 years. I believe in an abundant world, based on the consciousness of the... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jem Bendell

Jem Bendell

Professor and Director, IFLAS
Jem Bendell is a Professor of Sustainability Leadership and the Founding Director of the Institute for Leadership and Sustainability (IFLAS) at the University of Cumbria (UK), which now runs the world's largest specialist sustainability MBA programme. Bendell is a strategist and educator on social and organizational change, with almost 20 years of experience working for sustainable development. He previously worked with the United Nations and the... Read More →
avatar for Leander Bindewald

Leander Bindewald

MAN Groomer, Mutual Aid Networks
In 2011 I worked with Stephanie rearick in Madison, WI on earlier incarnations of the MAN (http://mutualaidnetwork.org) and rejoined this year, as UK based groomer for the next milestones. | Uniting an academic background in neurobiology, philosophy and economics with life and work experience on 4 continents, I had worked as an independent consultant on collaborative processes and complementary currencies since 2009. | Until July 2015 I was... Read More →
avatar for Jean-Fran Noubel

Jean-Fran Noubel

Human Being, Jean-François Noubel
Passionnate about evolution of individual and collective self. Doing research in collective intelligence, building enlightened organizations, working on the post-monetary society. Doing it by hacking himself.


Wednesday May 7, 2014 09:15 - 10:00
01 The Circus

09:30

How To Organize an Open Source Festival
Conferences are over, long live Festivals! 

After a long reign of top-down and non collaborative conferences exclusively designed to gather experts to teach something they might not know, the new conference is built by people in a bottom-up, grassroots environment. This session is designed to tell the story and share the source code of three open source festivals : the Open It festival, the Social Harvest and the OuiShare Fest. 

John Thackara says it all : "It's not about content. It's about time, place, tempo - and respect"


  • Francesca Pick (OuiShare): How we built the OuiShare Fest

  • John Thackara: How To Organise A Social Harvest Festival: A Seven Minute Lesson

  • Lars Zimmermann: How to transform the city into an open learning space using a collaborative guerilla conferencing and city hacking process?


Moderators
avatar for Arthur de Grave

Arthur de Grave

Editor & Connector, Ouishare
OUISHARE, REDACTEUR EN CHEF

Speakers
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 →
avatar for John Thackara

John Thackara

Doors of Perception
As a writer, philosopher, and event producer, I lead workshops, and organise festivals, at the intersection between ecological and social change. Right now I’m finishing a book for Thames & Hudson. It's called Life’s Work: The Kinds Of Growth We Need
avatar for Lars Zimmermann

Lars Zimmermann

Artist, Open Source Economist, Open It Agency
I am an artist, open source economist and culture hacker mostly interessted in connecting open source with ecological economy/regenerative design. but there are more things i am interessted in. open source/openness as an approach to redesign things in general, city hacking and nature digital... you can learn more about me and my projects at my webpage and blog http://larszimmermann.de


Wednesday May 7, 2014 09:30 - 10:20
04 The Factory

09:30

From Social Movements to Community Movements
Ludovica Rogers, Occupy London

2011 saw an unexpected wave of social movements sweeping the globe. With them new practices and ways of relating to each other spread and sowed seeds for alternative ways of organising and working together. Even if not as visible as before they continue to operate in the cracks of the current system as networked cells, some more dormant, some more active. Through concrete examples, I will give an overview of the emerging dynamics within the European context.

Tomas de Lara, O Sujeito

The Web 2.0 that's been around for 15 years only, allowed us to connect, organise, share and co-create with everybody around the world, instantly, with practically no cost. This recent phenomenon got us into an age of empowered people, who are increasingly understanding the power they now have to change the whole system.  
2011's Arab Spring was a great example of that new era, and more recently, emerging huge manifestations with over 1 million people in the streets of Brazil have been telling us that now it's the time for us to use this new collaborative technologies to build together "a new thing". 

David de Ugarte, Grupo Cooperativo de las Indias : Are old, even premodern communities becoming phyles?

While we use to focus on how cooperativism and democratic enterprise movements are being impacted by a P2P globalized world and inspired by new horizontal, open-soursed transnational models as free software; out there big old networks are changing almost invisibly.

Murides -a sufi movement originated in Senegal with 12 million members worldwide-, fetulajies in Turkey and Central Asia or catholic Focolare in Italy and Latin America, among other examples we will discuss, are suffering deep changes in the way the organize since 1989. This changes points towards redefining their organizations as globals networks of economically autonomous and productive communities according to principles not very different of those of economic democracy... As a consequence they are evolving to a new «thing» not so far from the canonical definition of phyle.

Mattias Jagerskög, Skjutsgruppen

We just had an idea. Nothing more. Not a company. Not a state initiative. Not a non-profit organization. Just an idea. An beautiful idea about good communication, active dialogue and sharing. The idea was that by talking to each other we could find people to share vehicles with, and on the way also share costs and parts of life. From day one "Skjutsgruppen" (the ridesharing group) was a movement. It had to be. Everyone participated since that was the very idea. You can't just talk about ridesharing, you need to act it out - to actually share. And you can't rideshare alone. We call it "direct action" and it comes with consequences that I will elaborate more about in my talk. To be truly participatory, to let everybody be a part of and have a voice in the movement. Not as customers, but as active participants. As a movement. 

Moderators
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 Mattias Jägerskog

Mattias Jägerskog

Skjutsgruppen
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 →
avatar for Ludovica Rogers

Ludovica Rogers

Architect, self-employed
I am participating in OuishareFest as someone involved in Occupy in London who has followed closely the development of the social movements in Europe since 2011. | I am particular interested in understanding, experimenting with and documenting new socio-economical structures and platforms, with a particular focus on their spacial dimension, be it physical or virtual.
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 →


Wednesday May 7, 2014 09:30 - 10:25
02 The Camp

09:30

Mapping the Collaborative Economy
- Anne-Sophie Novel
- Thomas Dönnebrink
- Matt Scales  (ZeroWaste SA)
- Mira Luna (Sharing Cities Network)
 

Moderators
avatar for Francesca Bria

Francesca Bria

Nesta
Francesca Bria is a Nesta Senior Project Lead in the Nesta Innovation Lab. She is the Coordinator of D-CENT (dcentproject.eu), a EU project that is developing a decentralized social network for open democracy and digital currencies and the principal investigator of the DSI project on  digital social innovation in Europe. 
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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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Mira Luna

Organizing Director, Shareable/Sharing Cities Network
Grassroots social change through sharing in community.
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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 !
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Matt Scales

Manager for Media, Digital and Brand Delivery, and Program Manager for www.shareNsave.com.au, Zero Waste South Australia
I am passionate about new media, technology, connecting, communicating and meaningfully engaging with people. | | That, and really good beer.

Wednesday May 7, 2014 09:30 - 11:00
03 The Boat

10:00

Coopoly Game Session #2
Limited Capacity filling up

In Co-opoly: The Game of Cooperatives, players collaborate to found and run a cooperative business. In order to survive as individuals and to strive for the success of their co-op, players make tough choices regarding big and small challenges while putting their teamwork abilities to the test.

This is an exciting game of skill and solidarity, where everyone wins – or everybody loses. Will the Point Bank continue to dominate the players’ lives, or will they break free and take control by jump-starting the movement for a truly democratic and cooperative economy in their community?

In this workshop attendees discover the unique benefits, challenges, and operations of the collaborative world – as well as the skills needed to participate in a cooperative structure!

This workshop will also be the kick-off for an european cooperation for producing the first version of Coopoly in several European languages

Moderators
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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.

Wednesday May 7, 2014 10:00 - 11:00
05 The Terrace

10:15

Peers: An Interview with Natalie Foster
Moderators
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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 →

Speakers
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Natalie Foster

Executive Director, Peers


Wednesday May 7, 2014 10:15 - 10:30
01 The Circus

10:30

From Mass-Tourism To P2P: How Communities Are Transforming The Travel Experience
Moderators
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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 →

Speakers
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Nicolas Ferrary

Country manager, Airbnb
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William Heinzer

Co-Founder Trocmaison, HomeExchange.com
My years of investigative journalism have been my best travel University. Impossible to be a tourist then, even during vacation. It's certainly why I've been a Sharing Economy pioneer with Ed Kushins at HomeExchange.com since 1999. I'm also thrilled by Singularity University. I see these guys as the best on line radar, foreseeing our future. I wish I had more time to follow their workshops. My favorite sentence: "The whole problem with the... Read More →
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Juanjo Rodriguez

CEO, Knok
Entrepreneur, investor, reader. Founder at Knok, the first family travel network. | | Knok is the new way for families to travel: a network of trusted families, sharing our homes with each other when we're not there. The network makes everything easier, better and less expensive, because everyone in the network is validated as responsible and trustworthy. | | With Knok, you get a great place to stay that's already childproofed. You have... Read More →
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Jamie Wong

Founder, Benefit Studios LLC
creator of projectempatyvr.com | founder of benefitstudios.com and vayable.com | formerly: the daily show, michael moore, ABC News, Sundance Channel, Columbia Journalism


Wednesday May 7, 2014 10:30 - 11:20
02 The Camp

10:30

Toward Zero Waste: The Circular & Collaborative Economies
Speakers
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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 →
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Antoine Doussaint

Directeur RSE adjoint, Le Groupe La Poste
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Joe Iles

Digital Coordinator, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
I'm Digital Coordinator at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, a charity that works with businesses, education and analysis to accelerate the transition to a regenerative circular economy. | | Check out this animation for find out more about the circular economy framework: http://youtu.be/zCRKvDyyHmI | | When I'm not discussing the circular economy, I also love talking about about digital media and online trends, memes, music, bad films and... Read More →
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Adam Werbach

co-founder, head of product, yerdle
Doing my small part to protect the planet.


Wednesday May 7, 2014 10:30 - 11:20
01 The Circus

10:30

Work, Distributed: Horizontal, Liquid & Collaborative organizations
Work? It used to be pretty simple: you would be hired - as an employee - in a given company, do as your boss tells you to, and hopefully get a decent salary in return. But the world born out of the second industrial revolution is dying, and with it, corporations - and work - as we knew them. Do we still need hierarchical organisations? How can we truly work as a network? Are co-ops the solution to the work/capital imbalance?

Frédéric Lippi - Everybody should be an entrepreneur

Josef Davies-Coates - Designing an Open Organisation 

Tiberius Brastaviceanu - Think outside of the box!

Simone Cicero - Designing OuiShare

Moderators
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Arthur de Grave

Editor & Connector, Ouishare
OUISHARE, REDACTEUR EN CHEF

Speakers
TB

Tiberius Brastaviceanu

co-founder, Sensorica
doing my part in making the world a better place | | co-founder of www.sensorica.co | founder of Multitude Project | work on the p2p economy | active participant in #occupy | | Get info here | http://www.google.com/profiles/tiberius.brastaviceanu
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Simone Cicero

Italy & Factory Connector, OuiShare
I am a self-starter, strategist, product and service designer interested in co-design, design thinking and meaningful innovation. I investigate the reasons behind change, correlate things and understand. | | I run workshops and design events for strategy creation, product and service design, planning, envisioning and more. | | I’m a blogger and public speaker: most often I talk about innovation, disruption, resilience and... Read More →
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Josef Davies-Coates

Co-founder, United Diversity
Josef founded United Diversity whilst in his final year at LSE studying Social Policy and Government. He is “Cybrarian”, Researcher, Project Manager and all-round “Symbiotic Engineer”: he builds mutually advantageous relationships and helps people to discover, contribute to, and replicate intelligent responses to climate, energy and economic uncertainty.
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Frédéric Lippi

President, LIPPI
CEO and Chairman of the Board of the Lippi Group, I would define myself as an anti-authoritarian entrepreneur. | My firm belief is that if we truly want to build modern & collaborative organizations, we should start by learning to trust people by default.


Wednesday May 7, 2014 10:30 - 11:20
04 The Factory

11:30

The Collaborative Economy & Climate Change: Our Best Hope for Moving Forward
The peer economy has a very important and unique role in shaping our future. It is only together that we are going to address climate change, it is together that we will transition to a sustainable economy; and together we will break the rules of the known to create the rules of the future.

Speakers
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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 7, 2014 11:30 - 11:44
01 The Circus

11:30

Competition Law & Regulations of Activities in the Sharing Economy
Limited Capacity full

Join this ShareLex collaborative workshop on grey areas in competition law and regulations of activities. We will explore legal initiatives and solutions for the sharing and collaborative economy. 

The chosen format is a "world café", articulated around the three following questions: 

  1. New businesses from the sharing economy are totally modifying the traditional competition environment. What does this inspire you?

  2. Share concrete examples of regulation you think are dangerous, abusive, non democratic, unfair.

  3. Share concrete examples of regulation you think are necessary.


This 1h30 workshop will explore legal initiatives and solutions with entrepreneurs, lawyers, and sharing & collaborative economy users/stakeholders. 




  • Participants introduce themselves in a few words and expose a legal situation they are familiar with in relation with sharing economy, 



  • Creativity session: for 10 to 15 minutes, participants brainstorm in order to identify key issues enountered in various countries and fields.


Moderators
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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)
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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)

Wednesday May 7, 2014 11:30 - 12:50
03 The Boat

11:30

Building a Network of Networks: From Ideas To Action
This workshop is a follow on from the Building a Network of Networks talk and aims to move away from ideas and talk towards a focus on action. This is is an open space for collaboration and doing.

Moderators
SH

Shane Hughes

Co initiator..., REconomy (a Transition Network project)
Shane is an REconomist, entrepreneur, environmentalist and dreamer. He left the UK at 17 to discover the world, travelling without money, direction or date of return – just a fascination for big questions like “is a better world possible?” 20 years later, his current work with the Transition Network’s REconomy Project exposes him to the rise of the new economy and a possible answer to these early questions.

Wednesday May 7, 2014 11:30 - 13:00
05 The Terrace

11:30

Food & Agriculture: Visions for the Future
While speaking of communities in the sharing economy one should not forget that food and agriculture are at the very core of societies´ (and therefore communities´) needs.
From the early Teikei in the 60s to nowadays initiatives, what can we observe? What are the similarities, successes and learnings in the food area? Why are communities such a significant part of the future of food?
By bringing together producers and consumers, the rural & urban approaches, the southern and northern hemispheres as well as local communities our guests will share their experiences and visions of sustainable agriculture & food systems.
How can communities around farming and food facilitate social change? How can we rethink our relationship between producers and consumers in more participative, equal and sustainable ways? What other things can be done? In this focus-session we will have a look at those and more questions together.


Agenda

11.30 | Anselm Ibing - Marché sur l´eau

11.40 | Tom Boothe - La Louve

11.50 | Guilhem Chéron - The Food Assembly

12.00 | Kirsten Larsen - Open Food Network

12.10 | Paul Clarke - PopUp Foundation

12.20 | Q & A + Discussions

Moderators
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
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Marc-David Choukroun

Co-Founder & CEO, The Food Assembly / La Ruche qui dit Oui !
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Paul Clarke

Co-Director, Pop-Up Foundation
Pop-Up Foundation is about helping us all to find solutions to existing crisis situations. We think the next evolutionary step for humanity is to grow sustainable communites - it means us making loads of small changes that can add together make a big difference of habit and behaviour. | | This is the stuff of epic wins. To inform the narrative we hack permaculture ideas and embed them by stealth into different aspects of modern life, from... Read More →
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Kirsten Larsen

Open Food Network
Everything food and open source gets me going - especially the two together :) Excited about tech helping to distribute control of food systems back to where it belongs (farmers and eaters), and acting locally while working together to learn and share globally. Co-founder of Australian Food Hubs Network and Open Food Network


Wednesday May 7, 2014 11:30 - 13:00
02 The Camp

11:30

Sharing For Real: What Cooperatives And Collaborative Governance Have To Offer
This workshop is based on the experience of those who are reworking cooperative structures and collaborative governance tools to suit the needs of the sharing and collaborative economy today. 

Moderators
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Shabnam Anvar

Collective intelligence facilitator, ReCompose
Sustainable Solutions Instigator, Connector and Advocate. My drive is to connect peoples and ideas, weave the network of builders, share sustainable ideas & solutions. | | My focus today is on collective intelligence, collaboration, reducing all forms of waste (resources, trash, time and human potential) and this year I am working on citizen engagement mechanisms as well as shared governance. | | #governance #citizen #engagement... Read More →
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Josef Davies-Coates

Co-founder, United Diversity
Josef founded United Diversity whilst in his final year at LSE studying Social Policy and Government. He is “Cybrarian”, Researcher, Project Manager and all-round “Symbiotic Engineer”: he builds mutually advantageous relationships and helps people to discover, contribute to, and replicate intelligent responses to climate, energy and economic uncertainty.

Speakers
JL

Jean Luc Chautagnat

Coordinator, OXALIS - MANUFACTURE COOPERATIVE
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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 →
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Marco Lubrano

Director, Coopérative La Louve
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Olivier Pastor

Co-founder, Université du Nous
The We University (L’Université du Nous) is a lab in which we experiment new forms of organisations and hack existing ones (sociocracy, holacracy ®, etc.). We test them within our organisation to explore the means for better cooperation and collaboration, and then accompany transition organisations to develop their shared governance practices. | | To rethink one’s governance, is to question one’s relation to power : how to share it... Read More →
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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 →


Wednesday May 7, 2014 11:30 - 13:00
04 The Factory

11:46

The People Are The Heroes Now: Sharing in A Changing Climate
The world is experiencing ever more extreme events as a result of a changing climate. Government and institutional responses to these disasters are vital, but the speed at which people can react to these events, either to escape from them or cope with the immediate aftermath, can determine whether people live or die. With ever more people engaging with sharing platforms – of every kind – our ability turn a key to bring immediate assets, resources, skills and critical data front-line disasters are dramatically increased. I would like to highlight existing examples of sharing for disaster relief in action; the potential for future innovation in this area – and importantly, the role of the sharing economy in planning for much wider adaptation of an unstable climate and scarcer natural resources.

Speakers
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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 →


Wednesday May 7, 2014 11:46 - 11:58
01 The Circus

12:00

Presence & Encounter: 'How' We Meet Is As Important As 'Why'
There is an art as well as a craft to staging inclusive, accessible, meaningful encounters.

Festivals are not about what to do, they are about how to be. In pre-modern times, communities had festivals once a week - sometimes more. In the absence of media, and institutions, these gatherings created trust, solidarity, and meaning. Those are also qualities that we need today.  

Speakers
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John Thackara

Doors of Perception
As a writer, philosopher, and event producer, I lead workshops, and organise festivals, at the intersection between ecological and social change. Right now I’m finishing a book for Thames & Hudson. It's called Life’s Work: The Kinds Of Growth We Need


Wednesday May 7, 2014 12:00 - 12:13
01 The Circus

12:35

We The Ambassadors
At the deepest level of human existence is arguably the fundamental guiding narrative or mythology that determines our understanding of our relationships to each other and to the planet. We are living in a disruptive moment during which the old narrative is disintegrating. Each of us has the opportunity- and, argues narrative strategist Ariane Conrad, the *moral imperative*-- to contribute to the development of the new one. All our work and all our words can and should be framed within the context of the new story. This is what it means to be an ambassador for the new paradigm. 

4 key tips or strategies on how to be an effective ambassador are offered in this quirky, cross-disciplinary talk.

Speakers
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Ariane Conrad

Owner, The Book Doula
Ariane Conrad (http://www.arianeconrad.com) is an editorial consultant, narrative strategist and ghostwriter known as The Book Doula. She partners with thoughtleaders and superheroes to produce non-fiction books for mainstream audiences about world-changing ideas and solutions. | She worked with American environmental advocate and civil rights activist Van Jones on two New York Times bestsellers: The Green Collar Economy (Harper One, 2008... Read More →


Wednesday May 7, 2014 12:35 - 12:47
01 The Circus

12:48

Is The Collaborative Economy A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy?
We all love collaborative economy. But do we know if such a thing exists ? It's a bold challenge to assume that non-profit and for-profit players, service providers and consumers, technophobic people and geeks take part in a single phenomenon. Let's go back to root facts and key people in order to decipher the true nature of the practices we mix into this "collaborative economy" idea, and to know whether it's consistent enough to deserve recognition as a phenomenon. One thing is sure : Collaborative economy is a culture, a new one, and it is fueled by the notion that a paradigm shift is needed, and that we are the only accountable players to be relied upon. And if it's powerful enough, this culture could become a true phenomenon.

Speakers
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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 →


Wednesday May 7, 2014 12:48 - 13:00
01 The Circus

13:00

Lunch Break & Sharing Fair Installation
Wednesday May 7, 2014 13:00 - 14:30
06 Everywhere

14:00

Digital Media: Reaching Critical Mass for Sharism
Sharing and open source movements are reshaping our world...but does everyone see the shift? If they did, what would happen? Are we doing everything we should to galvanise our citizens, and meet the challenges our planet faces in time? The answers to these questions may be more obvious thank you think. 

Speakers
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Tristan Copley-Smith

Communications Director, People + Pattern Supporter
Tristan is a visual storyteller and organiser working in open source, government transparency, and sharing economy movements. He is currently Communications Director at the Open Tech Collaborative and co-founder of the Open Source Beehives project. | | Tristan has worked closely with WikiLeaks, Open Source Ecology and 38 Degrees and is currently developing a documentary called 'Why We Share.'


Wednesday May 7, 2014 14:00 - 14:15
04 The Factory

14:00

European Projects & Horizon 2020
Q&A by Marco Torregrossa with :
- Fabrizio Sestini
- Francesca Bria

Moderators
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Albert Cañigueral

Co-Chair OuiShare Fest, OuiShare
I build bridges between those leading the disruption caused by the power of sharing and collaboration through network technologies and the companies, governments and public agencies aiming to embrace the new paradigm. | | I founded ConsumoColaborativo.com in 2011 which is now referenced as the main information hub in Spanish language about collaborative consumption. | | The blog and the OuiShare network allows me to connect with... Read More →
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Marco Torregrossa

Managing Director, Euro Freelancers
OuiShare European Union Connector and founder at www.euro-freelancers.eu, a synergic network of independent EU affairs professionals and investors specialised in sustainability, collaborative innovation and crowd-sourcing solutions. As EU policy and legal advisor specialised in sustainable consumption and production, I am relentlessly building bridges between co-consumption and co-creation movements as a conduit to create skills, work, new... Read More →

Speakers
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Francesca Bria

Nesta
Francesca Bria is a Nesta Senior Project Lead in the Nesta Innovation Lab. She is the Coordinator of D-CENT (dcentproject.eu), a EU project that is developing a decentralized social network for open democracy and digital currencies and the principal investigator of the DSI project on  digital social innovation in Europe. 
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Fabrizio Sestini

Scientific Officier, European Commission


Wednesday May 7, 2014 14:00 - 14:25
02 The Camp

14:00

[FR] Sharevolution: Scénarios territoriaux pour l'économie collaborative
Limited Capacity full

Moderators
avatar for Marine Albarede

Marine Albarede

Project Manager, FING
Digital technologies, collaboration, cities and territories,...
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Arthur de Grave

Editor & Connector, Ouishare
OUISHARE, REDACTEUR EN CHEF
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Jacques-François Marchandise

Co-Founder & Foresight, FING
Local development. Empowerment. Democracy. Public policies. Social Innovation. Digital Disruptions. Commons.
VR

Véronique Routin

Director of development, FING

Wednesday May 7, 2014 14:00 - 17:00
03 The Boat

14:15

Launch of FabJam 2014
FabJam is back for another year!Join many fabspaces across the world for a day of fun and creativity, using digital fabrication.
As a fablab, a makerspace, a hackerspace or any other fabspace, it’s hard to find time to talk to other spaces and to work on projects together… That’s exactly what FabJam is! 24 hours when all the fabspaces that want to participate work on the same theme, discussing with each other all day long…

This year, FabJam is connected to OuiShare Fest and Fab10, two great events that connect the sharing / making communities. The FabJam is also a part of the Global Fab Awards.


See the last year's video: https://vimeo.com/65548332

Speakers
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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 .


Wednesday May 7, 2014 14:15 - 14:30
04 The Factory

14:30

How Local Culture Can Shape The Sharing Economy
Moderators
avatar for Antonin Léonard

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 →

Speakers
avatar for Benita Matofska

Benita Matofska

Chief Sharer, The People Who Share
Benita Matofska is Founder and Chief Sharer of The People Who Share, a global campaign to build a Sharing Economy and the pioneers behind Global Sharing Day, which this year takes place on 1st June. She’s also Founder of Compare and Share the world’s first comparison marketplace of the Sharing Economy. Dedicated to social innovation and the power of ideas, she is the winner of the Ogunte Women’s Social Leadership Awards for Best... 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 !


Wednesday May 7, 2014 14:30 - 14:55
02 The Camp

14:30

Creating a European Makers and Open Source Hardware Movement
Limited Capacity seats available

During this session, that will be lead by Open Source Hardware Association representative Simone and Addie (both co-chairs of the OHSummit later this year) we will present OSHWA plans for the creation of several European branches and get your feedbacks on the plan. 

We will also present you some of the European most active national maker communties leaders working to nurture a more connected Open Source Hardware and community in their countries.

This session will be an opportunity for you to know more about collaborative Europe wide with Makers and OSHW enthusiast and to build connections and network to step up our reach to companies and institutions to make the OSHW movement thrive.

Moderators
avatar for Simone Cicero

Simone Cicero

Italy & Factory Connector, OuiShare
I am a self-starter, strategist, product and service designer interested in co-design, design thinking and meaningful innovation. I investigate the reasons behind change, correlate things and understand. | | I run workshops and design events for strategy creation, product and service design, planning, envisioning and more. | | I’m a blogger and public speaker: most often I talk about innovation, disruption, resilience and... Read More →
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Addie Wagenknecht

Open Source Hardware Association/MIT and NORTD labs
Addie Wagenknecht is currently the chair of the Open Hardware Summit, an artist at Free Art and Technology Lab a.k.a. F.A.T. Lab and is represented by bitforms gallery, NYC. Wagenknecht is also a co-founder of NORTD labs who created the open source laser cutter Lasersaur. The Lasersaur Project is estimated to have around 1,000 active developers including New York University, Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University among others. Addie... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tomas Diez

Tomas Diez

Fundador del Fab City Research Laboratory, IAAC | FAB City
Urbanism, digital fabrication, making visible the invisible
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Bram Geenen

Founder, Wevolver
Industrial designer, founder of Studio Geenen and Wevolver.com, a website for sharing Open Hardware. Lot of experience with digital manufacturing. Involved in open design / Open Hardware since early 2010 and passionate about developing technology through collaboration.
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Simon Höher

Co-Founder, Knowable


Wednesday May 7, 2014 14:30 - 15:50
04 The Factory

14:30

BarCamp Self-Organized Sessions
One of the sessions during the Barcamp will be: 

Disco Récup

A brainstorm workshop to create awareness for sustainable development with creative and collaborative events, co-organized by OuiShare, Makesense, Discosoupe and RCube. 

Moderators
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Carlota Estera

Managing Director, Esei International Business School
Education Innovator with an International mindset. Managing Director at Esei International Business School and Entrepreneur. Member of Ouishare since 2014. | I am curious and dynamic, my passions are learning, travelling and sports.
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Anke Streu

OSFest15 Volunteer Lead, OuiShare
Explore, evolve, inspire. I am a creator of events and projects and a facilitator of group processes. | | OuiShare connector, #facilitator, #teambuilding, #designthinking, #photography, #sharingcities | | I am interest in different methodologies and ways to create the best co-learning and co-working environments possible.

Wednesday May 7, 2014 14:30 - 18:30
01 The Circus

14:30

Sharing Fair + BarCamp
During afternoon of the May 7th, we invite the public to join our Sharing Fair in the big circus at the Cabaret Sauvage. 

Experience the diversity of the collaborative economy ecosystem, meet it’s most innovative projects such as the OuiShare Award nominees and connect with OuiShare members from around the globe!

And for those of you looking for a dream job, internship or a volunteer position in the collaborative economy, you will have the opportunity to participate in job dating sessions with OuiShare Fest partners and projects.

Detailed afternoon program:

Free space with projects with barcamp in parallel

18.30 OuiShare Awards ceremony

19.30 Cocktail & dinner

21.00 OuiShare Love Party

Register here: for free and enjoy an inspiring afternoon and all-night long party!

Wednesday May 7, 2014 14:30 - 18:30
01 The Circus

15:00

The Sharing Startup Toolkit: Trust, Community, Business Model & More
Juho Makkonen: Business Models and Pivots in the Sharing Economy

Anissia Tcherniaeff: Lessons on Community Building

Robertas Viskinis: Key lessons for building a trust model based on community values


A review is both an extremely simple and powerful tool. If used correctly by a marketplaces and communities, it can enable higher engagement levels, higher trust and deeper connections between the people operating within these communities. But as with anything simple, it is not so simple to create a structure which supports empowerment without leaving room for its easy abuse.

In this talk Robert will highlight the possible dangers, benefits and ways of creating a good review system for the web that brings value to individuals and communities as a whole, as the dawn of the 21’st century is almost over.

Robert is the founder and CEO of Trustribe, a user review system for marketplaces and has spent several years researching and speaking about reputation as a currency of the internet and different approaches to reviewing mechanisms.

Olivier Tizio: The Sharing Economy for B2B

Moderators
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Scott Collen

Alumni Connector, Ouishare London
OuiShare Connector London

Speakers
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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.
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Anissia Tcherniaeff

co-founder, Djump
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Olivier Tizio

Co-Founder & Sales Manager, Troovon
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Robertas Visinskis

Founder, Trustribe
I'm passionate about the right kind of Equality: | | - equal rights to everybody, | | - equal Empowerment possibilities to everybody | | ... | | | | And I believe we are getting there, and faster than most would think


Wednesday May 7, 2014 15:00 - 15:55
02 The Camp

15:00

Disco Bôcô
Disco Bôcô @ OuiShare Fest 2014 brings people together to cook and preserve discarded fruits and vegetables. We will prepare delicious jams, chutneys and pickles to fight against food waste that every participant can bring back home :) The project mobilizes communities to connect and make use of food surplus by developing domestic preservation skills.

Moderators
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Marine Lafon

DISCO BÔCÔ

Wednesday May 7, 2014 15:00 - 18:00
06 Everywhere

16:00

Payment Solutions for Collaborative Services
Moderators
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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 →

Speakers
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Pierre Lion-Bessa

VP Sales, MANGOPAY


Wednesday May 7, 2014 16:00 - 16:25
02 The Camp

16:00

New Perspectives for Coworking
Moderators
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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 →

Speakers
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Vincent Ariens

Community Catalyst, Seats2meet.com
Seats2meet.com | Society 3.0 | Cyberdigma.lab | CDEF | Communicatie | Ma Communicatiestudies | Social Media | Android | Apple | Utrecht
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Eric Van den Broek

CEO, Copass
I am the cofounder of Copass, the first global network of independent coworking spaces. In 2010, with my two brothers and my childhood friend, I also co-founded Mutinerie in Paris, one of the most influential coworking space in Europe. I'am passionate about the changes happening right now in the way we live, work and meet. I'd like to help shaping a new way of producing centered about human beings and encounters.
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Aassia Haroon Haq

CEO, Guidrr
Aassia Haroon Haq is a serial entrepreneur with a background in brand management and marketing. She is Founder and CEO of Guidrr - a way to create share and discover on-demand travel experiences. She is a global thought leader speaking on the concept of #newtravel and the #experienceeconomy, sharing the data and insights that are leading to a world in which peer influencers take a bigger role inside the industry. | | Aassia began her... Read More →
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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 →


Wednesday May 7, 2014 16:00 - 16:55
04 The Factory

16:15

16:30

Communities & Entrepreneurship : Drivers for Empowerment

You are passionate about social / collaborative entrepreneurship ? Working on a startup project ? Offering support for entrepreneurs ? Innovating within your company as an social intrapreneur ?  Come and join our highly interactive workshop ! After a short and dynamic intro about how communities are growing to foster entrepreneurship, the stage will be yours ! Pitch your project and share your challenges, wishes and thoughts with the audience to activate collaborative intelligence and efficient serendipity. See you on Wednesday 4:30pm at the Camp!

#OSprojects


Speakers
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Blanche Rérolle

La Ruche
Passionate about people, and especially social entrepreneurs, I am currently co-running La Ruche, a collaborative working space dedicated to social entrepreneurs. In this big and comfy space, we create a community of social entrepreneurs, who share daily ideas, advices, know-how... | But will discuss that on May 7th ! ;)
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Thierry Taboy

Vice-président, Direction RSE, Groupe Orange
Thierry Taboy is Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility at Orange. Since 2009, he is responsible for all HR and social/societal issues. | Prior to this role, Thierry was director of the Market Intelligence division at Sofrecom/Orange. Before joining Orange Group in 1998, Thierry managed the Parthenay, digital city project, one of the first French experimentation dedicated to e-citizenship. Thierry received his "Diplôme... Read More →
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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 7, 2014 16:30 - 18:00
02 The Camp

17:00

How to Create A Community Around A Crowdfunding Campaign
Welcome to this workshop aimed at teaching how to create a fizzling crowdfunding campaign to build a true community around your project!



  • Crowdfunding is not magical  


Successful crowdfunding means connection. It makes sense, doesn’t it? Word of mouth doesn’t travel without a personal network of supporters, however small it is. For some reasons, there is a misconception that free money just rolls in when a crowdfunding initiative is launched, despite the fact that there are many, many case studies available online (for free) from people who ran successful campaigns and report how hard work it had been. Widening the audience is one benefit of a campaign, but you have to start from somewhere small in order to expand your reach.

Here is the aspect of a crowdfunding campaign that isn’t as obvious as money-raising: building up a sizable contact list of engaged supporters. I can’t tell you how crucial this is not just to the one project, but to all of your future as a creator.                                           
 


  • What is the program of this learning workshop?                                                                    


After recalling the basic values of any crowdfunding campaign, we'll have a look at its engine: sharing. We will then study the case of two successfully crowdfunded European films, which illustrate the power of sharing and the need to develop its identity around an attractive and efficient cause and create its own "tribe". We will also see together what is the "snowball effect" and how critical it is to the sucess fo your campaign.  

Moderators
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Nicolas Dehorter

consultant, Loftsolution
A titre personnel et professionnel, j’ai déjà financé ou participé au financement de plusieurs projets grâce au crowdfunding, notamment le film espagnol « El cosmonauta », un exemple, pour tous ceux ouverts à ces nouvelles pratiques. L’on me considère aujourd’hui comme un spécialiste du crowdfunding, fort de ces premiers succès et c’est à cet expertise, que font appel des structures d’accompagnement, réalisateurs de long... Read More →

Wednesday May 7, 2014 17:00 - 17:50
03 The Boat

17:00

Reinventing Housing for The Age of Sharing
Moderators
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elf Pavlik

hackers4peace
#hacker / #elf - living strictly #moneyless and #stateless already for over 5 years! ☮ #WorldPeaceGame #proplayer ☮

Speakers
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Jonathan Klodt

Project Manager, Global Ecovillage Network of Europe
What kind of spaces and places do we need... | ... so that the truly new can emerge? | | I currently live in Berlin and work as a project manager and facilitator for the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) in a German Government funded project. My core activity there is to inspire and connect people to adapt the sustainability concept of ecovillage communities in urban areas through workshops and public relations/outreach. | | I also... Read More →
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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 →
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Jessy Kate Schingler

Partner, Open Door Development Group
Urban development and experimental placemaking. Coliving projects, mixed-use , open source software for coliving spaces. | | embassynetwork.com | opendoor.io | jessykate.com
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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 →


Wednesday May 7, 2014 17:00 - 17:50
04 The Factory

17:15

Music And The Creative Commons: The Story of Sostanze Records
Sostanze Records is the brainchild of the italian social promotion association called Sostanze.

Sostanze Records main purpose is the production and distribution, thanks to Creative Commons licenses, of self-produced Audio/Video material through its own portal.

Sostanze Records goal is to collaborate with those who have the facilities and the desire to build a solid foundation for long-term project with the intention of creating a healthy and productive community of people who believe in copyleft and in independent production. 

Our philosophy assumes that any form of art, must be preserved from any form of money and blackmail power or abuse.

Sostanze will present its long story of gathering people not just around music, but also around the awareness of creating Free and open cultural works and will tell the amazing story of how it crowdfunded its 50th vynil release.

Speakers
MS

Marco Stilo

Sostanze Records
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Fulvio Vitale

Sostanze Records
Music producer, Dj, founder of Sostanze Records netlabel, who brings his musical experience in the OuiShare Fest.


Wednesday May 7, 2014 17:15 - 17:30
01 The Circus

18:30

OuiShare Awards Ceremony
Moderators
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Dalma Berkovics

Connector, OuiShare
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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 →
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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 →

Wednesday May 7, 2014 18:30 - 19:30
01 The Circus

19:30

Cocktail & Fanfare Concerts
Wednesday May 7, 2014 19:30 - 22:00
06 Everywhere

22:00

OuiShare Love #2 Party
Wednesday May 7, 2014 22:00 - Thursday May 8, 2014 18:00
06 Everywhere