PROUDLY PRESENTED: Jellyweek Crew Part 2 / Xaver, Arnaud, Anni

After the first part of the crew with Leslie, Bert-Ola and Leila today the second part is presented today: Three times more experiences, skills, energies and visions are included into the Jellyweek crew to make things grow. Again four simple questions for them: Who I am? What’s my vision for the next Jellyweek? How I will travel to the Camp location in France? And what is my vision for the Camp in September? For those, who also want to be part of the mission: The booking will be open untill the 11th july 12 pm.

Xaver Inglin / Switzerland / Jellyweek 2012 Participant & Jelly Web Thinker


WHO I AM
As the initiator and co-founder of coworkingZUG. I believe in small, trusted networks with global connections. My passion is to build real and virtual places that make collaboration fun. Having a background in information technology, I know that “peoplware” is as important as hardware and software.

MY JELLYWEEK VISION
Jellyweek is a great event that brings together people from all over the planet willing to share their ideas, experiences and projects. Participants discover new peers and take the chance to establish new connections. This valuable network of engaged co-creators drives change with lots of positive energy.

HOW I WILL TRAVEL TO THE SUMMERCAMP
Most likely by train via Geneva, Lyon.

MY SUMMERCAMP VISION
We understand what is needed to facilitate Jellyweek. We aim for processes and tools that support the participants to discover, engage, meet and collaborate. The core team takes action to make Jellyweek 2013 a pleasant, unique, fun event you don’t want to miss.

Arnaud Sellenet / France / Jellyweek 2012 Participant & Jelly Organizer


WHO I AM
Cofounder of this cutie tiny coworking space in Toulouse called Tau. Like most people currently working here on a daily basis, I’m a freelance web developer.

MY JELLYWEEK VISION
It’s good to know that more and more people stop to be isolated because of their professional activity. Coworking spaces and jellies are nice answers to this issue. And Jellyweek is a chance to show it by the example, it’s one week for promoting the way we want to work, by inviting the rest of the world to join us and work the jelly way for a week - at least.

HOW I WILL TRAVEL TO THE SUMMERCAMP
By car, from Toulouse, through Carcassonne probably, anybody willing to jump in from Toulouse or Carcassonne is welcome !

MY SUMMERCAMP VISION
I’m expecting many things from the summercamp: come there and meet people with many different experiences and point of views about coworking, share ideas, knowledge, learn, plan some local and global events for the next Jellyweek. And speak english, it’s been a while, I miss it :) I’ll bring some homework too, computer programming under the trees is inspiring. 

Anni Roolf / Germany / Jellyweek Founder


WHO I AM
As a collaboration and diversity enthusiast I created the idea of Jellyweek in 2010. I’ve organized the first Jellyweek in 2011 on a european level, and the second Jellyweek in 2012 together with Willi Schroll on a global level. I’m a wholehearted freelancing community builder, project manager & consultant.

MY JELLYWEEK VISION
I love to cocreate the next Jellyweek with a bigger, international team, to involve more countries and networks into the next Jellyweek and to create together transformational power. Why not having a Jellyweek ambassador and at least one jelly in each country of the world? Why not involving more coworking spaces all over the world to take part? Why not asking hackerspaces worldwide to join the week? Why not including also scientists, startup incubators, artists, changemakers, NGOS and others with their actions and thoughts to learn more about global collaboration? The sense of Jellyweek is for me also to discover once again more than before the richness of our beautiful world, its people, its topics and its challenges. Jellyweek is about dealing in a experimental, productive way with all of it.

HOW I WILL TRAVEL TO THE SUMMERCAMP
I plan to take the train to Paris and then from Paris to Carcassonne.

MY SUMMERCAMP VISION
I love to meet the great people of the crew (most of them I know from online collaboration during and after the last Jellyweek) for the first time personally. I wish to cocreate with them an inspiring process with perhaps totally new ideas for the next Jellyweek. I love to have this kind of well prepared surprise bag. I believe, that this crew will be able to create an unbelievable next level of Jellyweek.

More to follow. So: Join the crew. Book the camp. Push the movement.