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Monday, May 5
 

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... Read More →
avatar for Justyna Swat

Justyna Swat

co-founder, POC21 / WIKIHOUSE
Strategic designer and architect. Working on projects developing socially and ecologically responsible solutions using digital tools. Designing systems for agency. Co-founder of POC21 , design assistant at the ENSCI les Ateliers School of Industrial Design, WikiHouse Foundation... Read More →

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

14:00

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

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... Read More →

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

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... 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... Read More →
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... 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... Read More →
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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... Read More →
avatar for Justyna Swat

Justyna Swat

co-founder, POC21 / WIKIHOUSE
Strategic designer and architect. Working on projects developing socially and ecologically responsible solutions using digital tools. Designing systems for agency. Co-founder of POC21 , design assistant at the ENSCI les Ateliers School of Industrial Design, WikiHouse Foundation... Read More →

Monday May 5, 2014 15:15 - 17:45
04 The Factory
 
Tuesday, May 6
 

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... Read More →
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... Read More →

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

10:30

SharExpo: International Exhibitions and Sharing Economy
Limited Capacity seats available

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... Read More →
avatar for Simone Cicero

Simone Cicero

FOUNDER, Platform Design Toolkit
Simone Cicero is a strategist in love with open culture and Freedom, researching about change and society. He inspires people in nurturing radical innovation and transformation. He designs events, formats and co-creation workshops to experience the power of cooperation. He is a lean... Read More →
avatar for Marta Mainieri

Marta Mainieri

CEO, Collaboriamo
I'm the author of “Collaboriamo!”(Hoepli 2013), the first italian book on sharing economy. I'm also the founder of Collaboriamo.org and agency that promotes content and services for the collaborative economy. Curator of Sharitaly, the first event dedicated to the sharing economy... 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
Former Ouishare research connector, my areas of research and practice are collaborative governance (co-design and implementation) and the future of work.
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

Co-Founder, Good Tech Lab / OuiShare
Co-Founder of Good Tech Lab, OuiShare and POC2Benjamin is an impact entrepreneur, and expert on collaborative innovation and decentralized business models. He is the founder of Good Tech Lab, a research venture exploring the frontiers of technology, entrepreneurship and finance to tackle... 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... Read More →
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... Read More →
avatar for Alessio Surian

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... Read More →
avatar for Thomas Wagner

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... 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... Read More →
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... Read More →
avatar for Justyna Swat

Justyna Swat

co-founder, POC21 / WIKIHOUSE
Strategic designer and architect. Working on projects developing socially and ecologically responsible solutions using digital tools. Designing systems for agency. Co-founder of POC21 , design assistant at the ENSCI les Ateliers School of Industrial Design, WikiHouse Foundation... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Clément Chappert

Clément Chappert

CEO, Digital Object On Demand
Mechanical Engineering, Design and Open Source 3D printer
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... Read More →
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... 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... Read More →


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

14:30

Platform Design Workshop: Corporations & The Collaborative Economy
Limited Capacity seats available

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

FOUNDER, Platform Design Toolkit
Simone Cicero is a strategist in love with open culture and Freedom, researching about change and society. He inspires people in nurturing radical innovation and transformation. He designs events, formats and co-creation workshops to experience the power of cooperation. He is a lean... 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... 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... Read More →
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... Read More →
avatar for Justyna Swat

Justyna Swat

co-founder, POC21 / WIKIHOUSE
Strategic designer and architect. Working on projects developing socially and ecologically responsible solutions using digital tools. Designing systems for agency. Co-founder of POC21 , design assistant at the ENSCI les Ateliers School of Industrial Design, WikiHouse Foundation... Read More →

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

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... 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... Read More →
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

Sharing Economy expert, Taxistop
Project director Shared Mobility at Taxistop for local and international projects about shared and sustainable mobility. OuiShare Mobility Connector Sharing Economy Consultant taxistop.be, socialcar-project.eu, share-north.eu, ouishare.net.
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

Connector for Spain and Latin America, OuiShare
Albert Cañigueral es un ingeniero multimedia fascinado por aplicar los modelos disruptivos de internet fuera de internet. Fundó ConsumoColaborativo.com en 2011 y ha formado parte de la vanguardia del movimiento desde entonces, siendo referencia en lengua española y ejerciendo de... 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... Read More →
avatar for Tomás de Lara

Tomás de Lara

Diretor, ColaborAmerica
Cofundador e colíder do Cidades+B, cofundador e cochair do Colaboramerica (1º Festival de Novas Economias da América Latina), conselheiro do Sistema B Brasil e do CEBDS (Conselho Empresarial Brasileiro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável), cofundador da Goma (ecossistema empreendedor... Read More →

Tuesday May 6, 2014 16:30 - 17:20
03 The Boat
 
Wednesday, May 7
 

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 proj... Read More →
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Thomas Doennebrink

OuiShare Connector & Freelancer Collaborative Econ, OuiShare
OuiShare Connector Germany & Freelancer on the Collaborative Economy. Based in Berlin. Interested in the Collaborative Economy especially from the angle of how it can contribute leading towards a new, sustainable and human economy and society. (http://de.slideshare.net/doennebrink/2014-1020f-civic-economy-slideshare... 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... Read More →
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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

11:30

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

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... Read More →

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
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David Weingartner

Connector, OuiShare
With a background in international business, David Weingartner 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... Read More →

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... 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... Read More →


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

Coordinatrice du Territoire zéro déchet Pays de Savoie, Facilitatrice en intelligence collective
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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... Read More →

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... 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... 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... Read More →


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

14:00

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

Moderators
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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.
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Véronique Routin

Director of development, FING

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

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
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Simone Cicero

FOUNDER, Platform Design Toolkit
Simone Cicero is a strategist in love with open culture and Freedom, researching about change and society. He inspires people in nurturing radical innovation and transformation. He designs events, formats and co-creation workshops to experience the power of cooperation. He is a lean... 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... Read More →

Speakers
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Tomas Diez

Director, Fab City
Tomas Diez is the director of Fab Lab Barcelona. His research focuses on the emergence of communities that manufacture goods locally with digital tools. He further explores how these new models of production transform our cities and the way citizens live, consume and relate to each... Read More →
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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... Read More →

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

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... Read More →

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