Wiki Wednesdays are held (mostly) the first Wednesday of each month People get together to chat, learn about wikis, find jobs, talk deals … Some events have featured speakers, some have a round robin of 5 minute talks, some are unstructured You RSVP and swing by if you like If . . . Read more
Speed network (or speed business meeting) is a meeting format designed to accelerate business contacts, generally with a bell. Primarily, the practice involves multiple people that gather in a single space in order to exchange information.Participants greet each other in a series of brief exchanges during a set period of . . . Read more
A SenseCamp is a social business ‘unconference’ hosted by MakeSense, bringing together the passionate social entrepreneurs, avid social business enthusiasts and eagerly curious friends. It is a bar-camp style event for about 250 people, promising a full day of inspiring talks, interactive workshops, training and network. A bar camp is . . . Read more
A network event organized as a walking meeting with a facilitator. this format helps make the network less formal and encourage creative thinking Each walk the facilitator works in collaboration with different a business woman or man to bring a slightly different flavour or hue. All of the walks are . . . Read more
Micro granting dinner playding creative projects. Detroit SOUP is a monthly dinner that provides micro-playds for creative projects in Detroit. For $5, attendees receive “soup, salad and a vote,” as they put it. During the dinner, four entrepreneurs have 4 minutes each to pitch a business idea that would benefit . . . Read more
Not an actual format but rather an idea that the meal is one of the most important social moment and you can tweak the format to promote various interaction (standing or sitting, promoting a circulation accross the romm using the architecture)
A wind down, chit-chat and network evening.