You are invited to the Environmental Professional Forum’s inaugural Collaboration for Good.
Do something good with your Thursday night and join your fun fellow EPF colleagues for a 2 hour power session to create solutions that can make a difference to 3 selected sustainability focused NGOs on a current issue they face.
We are seeking enthusiastic members who are keen to tackle complex issues. All backgrounds, experience and skill sets are encouraged to participate. The only prerequisites are that:
You are passionate about sustainability and the environment (which we hope you are if you are already a member!)
You come with a collaborative mindset.
What is an EPF Collaboration for Good?
Participants will be presented with a current issue from each NGO to tackle in small teams. It is an opportunity to create new ideas, deliver fresh insight and share your thinking around potential solutions. There are no wrong ideas, just missed opportunities from the ones not shared.
Your ideas will be collated into a report by a Research & Communications Agency and presented to the NGO to help them create a roadmap of solutions toward their challenge.
We aim to create an inspiring environment to help with the brainstorming process; this will be a low-tech event. Please bring your beautiful thoughts, passion and enthusiasm to collaborate.
Why we’d love to see you there
This is a unique event in the history of EPF. It will be our very first Collaboration for Good and we would love you to be a part of it.
If you have never been to a collaboration style event, there is an exciting energy generated. Studies show that the synergy of a crowd can generate a better result than that of experts, especially when it relates to a variety of social and environmental situations. The diversity of the people present makes the event successful.
Excited?! We are! Please register by 20th July 2016.
If you have any questions, concerns or ideas, please contact us email@example.com
Thursday, 28 July 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (AEST) - Add to Calendar
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