by Oliver Ding - 24 links
"Coworking is a style of work that involves a shared working environment, often an office, and independent activity. Unlike in a typical office environment, those coworking are usually not employed by the same organization." via Wikipedia
#Coworking #Young #YouthSpace
by Oliver Ding - 20 links
Launched by Alex Bogusky, Rob Schuham and John Bielenberg, COMMON is a brand that is community designed, community owned, and community directed. It is a single open-source brand — a living network — for rapidly prototyping many progressive businesses that unleash creativity to solve social problems.
by bagEDU - 8 links
Teach For All: Using Open Brand Approach To Share Knowledge and Build A Global Network.
#Education #TeachforAll #TFA
by Oliver Ding - 15 links
With several years experience in providing branding service to non-profit projects, and understanding about sharing economy and Creative Commons, I has developed an innovative model called Open Brand Standard, which consists of four core principles: Brand Commons, Open Branding Service, Brand Heroes and Open Media.
#Ideas #Brand #OpenBrand
by Oliver Ding - 16 links
No Talk, All Action. Launch a Startup in 54 hours. Startup Weekend is a global network of passionate leaders and entrepreneurs on a mission to inspire, educate, and empower individuals, teams and communities. Come share ideas, form teams, and launch startups.
#Startup #StartupWeekend #BrandCommons
by BagTheGOOD - 13 links
BIL was started by a couple of guys, Todd Huffman and Bill Erickson, who decided in 2007 to "crash" the TED conference when it was still in Monterey, CA. They had the right idea: we will go where all the "TEDsters" are. After generating more interest than expected, BIL became an actual unconference, providing space for BIL talks, conversations and...
by Oliver Ding - 26 links
TEDx is an example of how brand owners can release their brand to the community and encourage fans to spread their brand experience to local people. First, TED uses a new sub-brand called TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. This is a smart way to avoid the risk of open brand. Second, the TEDx community has developed a lot of tools and...