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Iko Congo
Iko Congo

The Netherlands - Osric Caton shares about his connection with ebbf

osric1Can you explain what you do in a sentence?
I help people and companies through technology. I help to empower them and make life at work easier.

Where do you work?
Refresh Interactions helps companies transform into communities by unlocking the human capacity within them.

Iko Congo
Iko Congo

Canada - Yi Chi starts contributing to ebbf as a journalist

yiYi, one of the new ebbf journalists, hopes to make the most of what she called, a precious meaningful opportunity, that allows her to do something related with her work: “I hope to contribute to ebbf’s goal to reach a broader population, strongly accompany everyone involved and be inspired by ebbf members and learn to work in a unique culture”.

Iko Congo
Iko Congo

Kuwait - Kian Saadat organized the first ebbf activity

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Kian Saadat had been thinking for a while about starting an event and after speaking with a few older ebbf members, felt encouraged to start an ebbf chapter in Kuwait, considering it as one of the most effective contributions he could offer to the country.

Iko Congo
Iko Congo

Italy - Diana Severati contributes as ebbf journalist

dianaseveratiDiana Severati says that being a journalist is one of her dream jobs and that she loves writing articles with meaningful content. “So, this is a wonderful opportunity to me to contribute to ebbf. By writing and spreading news I hope to create a positive impact and engage more people to join the ebbf network.”

Iko Congo
Iko Congo

GLOBAL - Yi, Lili and Diana arise to contribute as ebbf journalists

We hope you find useful reading and sharing the stories of how ebbf members, people like you, create small and big actions in their workplaces to contribute to a more prosperous, just and sustainable civilization.

The ebbf journalists team has been recently strengthened to add to a now steady stream of beautiful stories of meaningful action from around the world.

As such I am very happy to announce that Yi Chi (Canada), Lili Rahmati (USA) and Diana Severati (Italy) have arisen to contribute to ebbf’s aim of helping 1 million people create meaningful impact throughout the world by 2024. I really love when people put their hand up and ask for a way to contribute.

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