Warehouse’s Co-Creation & Crowdfunding Camp is an intensive 3-day workshop (July 30-31/ August 1), camping and paddle boarding experience set in the beautiful coastal region of Le Marche, Italy.
Aimed at creators curious about crowdfunding a new product or service, this unique camp will involve participants in the co-creation of innovative methods, peer support and entrepreneurial confidence to launch their own projects.
As Marotta is also the official Italian city of stand up paddle boarding (SUP), participants will – literally – be able to test their confidence on the open sea through special beach excursions.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN FROM THIS CAMP
– Confidence in collectively sharing and pitching ideas
– Leveraging collective intelligence to inform and refine your product or service
– Mechanics and anatomy of a successful campaign – with tools and tips you can use right away
– Learn from and stay in touch with renowned, high-profile crowdfunding professionals at European Level Stand Up Paddling!
Wednesday, July 29-Arrival and welcome aperitif on the beach
Saturday, August 1- Goodbye Aperitif on the beach
9:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.- Workshop morning sessions
1:00-2:00 p.m. Lunch Time
2:00p.m.- 4:30 p.m. –Workshop afternoon sessions
5:00-6:30 p.m. SUP classes at the Wind Surf Center and leisure time at the beach (SUP Classes are included in the 3 full experience package)
LUKA PISKORIC is co-founder and managing director at Poligon Creative Centre, a training ground for creative communities and the self-employed operating in the field of creative economies, social entrepreneurship and culture. Luka is also co-founder of the Slovenia Crowdfunding Initiative, a community which has launched 10 successful crowdfunding campaigns raising more than 1.5 billion dollars on leading crowdfunding platform.
TANIA PALMIER is good idea manager at ULULE, one of the top crowdfunding platforms in Europe. Since it’s launch in 2010, Ulule has helped finance more than 4,900 creative, innovative, and community-based projects with a 67% crowdfunding success rate in 2014. With a background in microfinance, project management and fluency in 3 different languages, Tania lives and breathes crowdfunding.
TOMMASO SORICHETTI is a researcher, ethnographer and educator at Puntodock. Much of Tommaso’s research revolves around developing new models for civic engagement and applying participatory development methods for social impact.
SIMONE MORICONI is a digital strategist, analyst and educator. Much of his practice revolves around developing stories, brands and experiences for multiple platforms – and coaching teams to do this. Read more about his work at his blog.
– SLOVENIAN CROWDFUNDING INITIATIVE
Workshops will be held in ENGLISH
Prices start from 375 euros (early-bird 350), you can find more infos and the booking form in this site.
(Featured image credits to Claudia Regina)