ebbf - mindful people meaningful work
short news from ebbf members
We are launching today an #ebbfvalues campaign, because we believe that ebbf’s seven new foundational principles are a means to help you engage in discourses about new economic systems and also allow you to create meaningful impact in your workplace.
Go to the ebbfvalues page to download, personalise and post your favourite ebbf value and then challenge three people to do the same.
Join one or more of the seven online video conferences listed below dedicated to the seven ebbf foundation principles, explorations sparked by ebbf board members about what these values mean and how we can apply them in our working lives.
Aleksandar Tidic attended, last October, his first ebbf conference since he knew of ebbf since 1995. He, as a farmer, organizes a selling network for extra virgin olive oil and other local food products from his region Istria, Croatia. He is also a consultant for hospitality and tourism sectors and develops investing projects in small camps. He works and prays every day for the unity of mankind.
Birgit Peeter, director of Aquinicum, contributed to the ebbf event in Geneva with a learnshop titled “Jobsharing: addressing the talent brain drain by offering more than a double advantage!” aimed at informing participants about jobsharing and getting some feedback from them. “A good learnshop is a combination of informing as well as learning yourself and I got all of this“.
“As a member of JADE’s (www.jadenet.org | European Confederation of Jr Enterprise – 280 enterprises at universities / 20,000 student entrepreneurs in Europe, Brazil & Tunisia; €16 mo. overall turnover ) Advisory Board, I was invited to the opening of this year’s Junior Entrepreneurs #JSM Conference, March 5, in Brussels.
Some 300 junior & seasoned entrepreneurs from 17 countries participated in a program which with the help of experts & EU officials looked at the status of entrepreneurship in Europe.
It’s official: Turin has joined the Impact Hub network with the Candidate status. On 5th March, Innovo, the association promoting the Impact Hub project in Turin, organized an official event called Aperinnoviamo to celebrate this important step, one year after their first community event.