Are you curious about what the ‘sharing economy’ is?
Maybe you’re hoping to get in there and participate? Maybe you’re already on the road! Join us for this free event as part of the Changemakers Festival.
This workshop is designed to appeal to all of you. It will explore a range of legal and business issues for startups in the sharing economy. It will provide both practical take-aways and open-ended creative brainstorming.
Hosted by Social Innovation Sydney and facilitated by UNSW staff who are involved in both research and practical support services related to the sharing economy, there will be three sessions.
- One will use business as a starting point, looking at startups in the sharing economy and the challenges of gathering both social and financial resources.
- One will use law as a starting point, looking at different legal structures, sources of legal advice, responses to harm and the blurry line between gift and contract.
- The final session will blend these perspectives, working through specific or experiences of the participants.
So bring along those experiences and your thoughts and join us! You will get the most out of this workshop if you’re ready to workshop an idea with the group.
But if you’d just like to sit up the back in listen-and-learn mode that’s fine too. Light refreshments will be provided. Numbers are limited to allow for interaction so book now!
This event is part of the SIXAUS Changemakers Festival
Got a great event on September 6th. DJ Spooky Paul D Miller will be talking to us about his creative practice and global mission for change making. We also have a Deep Dive dinner with him post event – only 12 seats available – get in quick! https://djspookyice2islands.eventbrite.com.au/
Paul D Miller (AKA DJ Spooky) is a composer, multimedia artist, editor and author. His trans-disciplinary approach to his creative practice, international profile and large following makes him a perfect agent for change. He is currently the first artist-in-residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC and is here in Sydney to discuss his latest, local collaboration, The Vanuatu Pacifica Project. This project will realise a Carbon Neutral creative residency program on the Island of Efate, Vanuatu. Paul is looking to spread the idea and for potential project partners, supporters, collaborators and friends to work with.
Paul has collaborated across creative genres working with other artists such as Yoko Ono, orchestras, designers, programmers, film makers. He exhibits and performs globally and has been commissioned to develop work for many Biennales and other arts festivals world wide. His talk and Q&A session will be entertaining, educational and a call to action. You will hear about some of his previous projects including his journeys to Antarctica and Nauru and the production of The Book of Icehttp://www.djspooky.com/antarctica and The Nauru Elegies http://www.djspooky.com/nauruelegies.
There are limited seats available at this event $10 students $15 general public per person.
REGISTER HERE: https://djspookyice2islands.eventbrite.com.au
We will also be hosting a Deep Dive Dinner with Paul post event $60 per person (tickets below). Funds raised will go toward providing infrastructure for a permaculture food forest to be developed on the Efate site of the Vanuatu Pacifica Project to feed staff and residencies in line with the Carbon Neutral goals of the project.
We are excited to be collaborating with Paul and look forward to seeing you at this event!
Selena and Kate
REGISTER HERE: https://djspookyice2islands.eventbrite.com.au
We will add resources to this page throughout the day…
Selena Griffith presented these sessions, a pdf of her presentation is available here.
Business Model Generation
- The Business Model Canvas: Your business model on one page
- The Business Model Canvas, is a strategic management and entrepreneurial tool. It allows you to describe, design, challenge, invent, and pivot your business model.
- Business model iPad app: Strategyzer (Paid app)
- Business model free app: Business Model Fiddle The Free Business Model Canvas Playground … works off-line; Secured with SSL encrypted connection; Zero install HTML5 web app works everywhere.
- Good discussion of Business Model Canvas versus Lean Canvas
Tim Tompson presented this session. Some of the tools he discussed were:
Building a Brand
Ana Petrusevski presented on this topic
Funding and Grants
Designing Social Innovation
Social innovation brings change and one profession ideally suited to delivering change is Design.
Designers have many useful and practical tools for research, analysis, design communication, insight, foresight and delivery.
Just us on Saturday 17th August 2013 for this event. We will start with a panel discussion from Sydney based change makers who are using design in their social innovation and entrepreneurship.
Participants will have the opportunity to pitch their social innovation / change maker ideas and network with possible collaborators.
It will also provide the opportunity to learn about different design tools and experiment with using them.
Get into Action!
Turn your Social Innovation idea into a reality at the Designing for Social Innovation workshop.
Bring along your idea and team and we will help you to get ready for pitching.
- Communicating your Social Innovation,
- Planning the start up,
- Developing support and community,
- Structuring the enterprise and launch,
- Funding strategies ..
- and ..
- Perfect your elevator Pitch in a real elevator!
Lunch will be provided, and we suggest that everyone bring a refillable water bottle.
We suggest a donation of $20 – $50 to attend this event to help us feed you and provide materials.
Get heard and connected in June at SIBSYD Unconference
Saturday 22 June 2013 10am – 4pm
Got a great idea? Need help?
Got skills? Want to help a great idea happen?
Share your ideas and passions, and link with like-minded change makers at Social Innovation Sydney Unconference.
This full day event gives you the opportunity to:
- pitch your social innovation ideas to an audience
- meet other people who may like to join you in finding solutions
- mix with other Sydney changemakers and Social Innovation community
- hear new ideas and help work solutions
- have great, random, meaningful conversations with strangers
Unconferences work a bit like this …
- You rock up
- There is a board with time slots allocated on it
- You can put an idea / topic / session theme on the board that you would like to explore with others for 1/2 hr
- Anyone can attend these sessions
- Work out what pushes your buttons and attend those sessions
- Enjoy good conversation over lunch
- Rock up to more sessions
- We have a round-up at the end of the day then you can decide whether to join us at the pub or head home to get started on making change happen!
We keep these events free so everyone can attend, however suggest at $20 donation for the day so we can give you a hearty lunch to keep you going through the afternoon and keep you filled with warm caffeinated beverages.
Our mates over at Vibewire have put out a call for young innovators…
“Do you have an idea that could change our future?
We’re putting the call out to changemakers (30 and under), who are working on or looking to launch creative projects with social impact, to apply to compete for $2, 000, an Innovation Lab Scholarship and other prizes at the Pitch the Future Event at the Vivid Festival of Ideas. See full list of prizes below.”
Vibewire is accepting applications til 5pm May 15.