book_Society30A new order is presenting itself. It may still be an undercurrent, but maybe that is the best way to grow. We see more and more people who have clearly chosen how they want to go about with themselves, their environment and other people. We call it Society 3.0!

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Turning Points – Interview With Mohammed Al Saud

I will be interviewing a series of people that will be talking about the turning points that made them who they are now. The...

Learn Before You Vote!

Aušrinė Diržinskaitė is only 22 years old and already having an impact on the involvement of young people in politics and accountability of politicians....


Sharing Cities: A Case For Truly Smart And Sustainable Cities

Post by Martijn Arets At the OuiShare Fest 2016 in Paris I interviewed Duncan McLaren, author of ‘Sharing Cities: A case for truly smart and...

The Future Of (Freelance) Work – Interview With Sara Horowitz

Interview by Martijn Arets At the OuiShareFest in Paris I interviewed Sara Horowitz, executive director of the Freelancers Union about the future of work. Check the video...


A lot of companies, organizations and entrepreneurs in the Netherlands are already taking the first steps into the world of blockchain, but most of the applications and innovations still revolve around bitcoin, and blockchain applications seldom find their way...
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