Build the future industry at LaFutura 2013Posted: November 4, 2013
Explore, connect and build the future industry at LaFutura 2013
We are excited to inform you with the latest news about the international co-working unconference LaFutura 2013 ‘NOW NEW NEXT Building the future industry’.
Unconference! What’s that?
Unconference means there will be no celebrity keynote speakers and no impressive slideshows and presentations. Every participant can bring in his or her expertise and knowledge and share insights and ideas with experts and professionals in the fields of trend research, future foresight and trend driven innovation.
More than 100 participating innovators from at least 10 different countries will join hands at 3 wonderful locations.
You can become part of a group of more than 100 participating innovators from at least 10 European countries: The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, United Kingdom, France, Portugal, Finland and Russia.
We will meet at 3 wonderful locations to explore, connect and build the future industry. At the SkyLounge of DoubleTree by Hilton on Sunday November 10th, at Pllek on Monday November 11th and at The Café of the Rijksmuseum on Tuesday November 12th.
What’s in it for me?
You will be able to take home with you:
• a framework of the future industry of today
• a road map to the future industry of tomorrow
And next to that you will:
• become a part of an international network of forecasters, researchers and innovators
• share ideas and insights with a group of specialists and experts in the field
• gain knowledge on methods and instruments that will add to your expertise and profession
Am I invited?
Join us and share your intelligence and intuition, thoughts and ideas for a common purpose: professionalizing the future industry! You are invited to register before November 4th. The price is € 295,00 incl. all drinks on Sunday, lunch and dinner on Monday and breakfast on Tuesday excl. VAT.
On behalf of the Amsterdam team of LaFutura 2013,
Caroline van Beekhoff, Erica Bol, Djenny Brugmans, Siang-Lan Go, Monica Kiezebrink and Hilde Roothart