The SenseCamp will start on Friday afternoon, and end on Sunday evening.
- Friday afternoon – Activities & SenseDrink @TBA
- Saturday whole day (Lunch is included in ticket price) – Workshops, Keynotes & Activities @Impact Hub Berlin
- Saturday night till dawn – NonSense Party @Maze Club Berlin
- Sunday from 12 (Brunch is included, too!) – Barcamp & Activities @Impact Hub Berlin
We will release the full program with more details soon.
What to expect?
Need more inspiration?
Check out the videos of SenseCamp2015 and SenseCamp2017
Matthias Scheffelmeier – Ashoka Germany
Keynote: “Systemic change: Scale your impact, not your organisation”
Matthias Scheffelmeier is a partner at Ashoka Germany and a member of Ashoka Europe’s regional leadership team, a founding board member at the Social Entrepreneurship Netzwerk Deutschland (SEND) and co-founder of the “ChangemakerXchange” community. Ashoka is the world’s largest network of social entrepreneurs and provides stipends, technical assistance and access to a global network of peers to more than 3,200 Ashoka Fellows in ±80 countries.
Nathalie Roy – Sustainable development professional
Lightening talk: “Sustainable Development: Why the “how” matters”
Nadim Choucair – etventure
Interactive Workshop: “Sustainability by Design – The Global Goals as a design framework”
Nadim builds partnerships for a digital+sustainable society, and works on startup-corporate relations at etventure in Berlin. He recently graduated with a dual masters in business administration from IE Business School, and in international relations from The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy. He cycles, obsesses about fine stationery and good coffee, eats Montreal poutine and his Hummus is Lebanese.
David Lais – Organisation für nachhaltigen Konsum
Inspiration Session: “How to use modern technology (AI) to make our society more sustainable”
David is a serial entrepreneur and the founder of several innovative start-ups in the payment area. He started his first venture at the age of 16 and by coincident moved into the payment industry. After a life changing event in 2015 he decided to change his focus and use his knowledge for good to start fighting climate change. A few months later he started his latest venture, the German Non-Profit Organisation for Sustainable Consumption (Organisation für nachhaltigen Konsum – OfnK). David is focused on consumer education and uses modern technologies such as machine learning to help consumers understand their global impact based on their purchases by analyzing the underlying payment transaction.
Call for projects
We joined forces with our friends from a Berlin based Photojournalism group. They are currently looking for social projects, activists or entrepreneurs for their Global Goals visual storytelling project.
They will document your work and highlight the social or environmental issues you are trying to address.
Their images will also be exhibited during our SenseCamp at ImpactHubBerlin.
Get in contact with Jonathan, if you’re interested to collaborate: firstname.lastname@example.org