N3XTCODER

N3XTCODER Meetup - Digitalization and Circular Economy

7th of April 2019 // 6:30pm Streaming will take place here!

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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

4:30 PM to 5:30 PM

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Streaming will take place here!

For our first online meetup we've invited Ina Budde the Founder of circular.fashion and & Lecturer for Sustainable Design @AMD Akademie Mode & Design to discuss what opportunities do new digital technologies offer to the circular economy.

Leonhard Nima, one of the Co-Founders of N3XTCODER will be moderating the meeting and as always, asking very interesting questions.

Join us here on Tuesday 7th of April 2020 for a fun evening discussion and learn from our expert, who will hopefully inspire you to create impact!

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Ina Budde

The future-thinking designer Ina Budde founded circular.fashion - a sustainable consultancy offering Design and System Innovation for a circular future of fashion. The Circular Design Platform supports fashion brands to design circular and sustainable products in a lean and efficient process, with access to an extensive material database. The circular.fashion system interconnects all actors within the value chain by giving each garment an identification, making sure that every step of a garment’s life cycle positively influences circular systems of fashion - so that the products of today become the resources of tomorrow.

Additional to her work with circular.fashion, Ina is a lecturer and workshop instructor for sustainable design at several international universities such as RMIT Melbourne, KEA Copenhagen, RCA London, HAW Hamburg, ESMOD and currently AMD Berlin.

Leonhard Nima

Leonhard Nima is a serial social entrepreneur, Co-Founder of N3XTCODER and former Adjunct Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at Hult International Business School in San Francisco and London. He previously worked for Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus at The Grameen Creative Lab as Head of Academia.

He has been a speaker and moderator at international conferences such as the Global Social Business Summit in Malaysia, Mexico and Germany, the BMW Group rad°hub in the UK, United States and Germany, One Young World in Switzerland or TEDxSocial Business in Austria.

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About N3XTCODER

We at N3XTCODER strongly support the Global Goals and aim for all our projects and partners to contribute to one or more of the 17 Global Goals that have been launched by the United Nations in 2015.

A 17-point plan to end poverty, halt climate change and fight injustice and inequality, the Global Goals are the biggest attempt in the history of the human race to make the world a better place.

A plan that 193 governments have agreed, a plan that the world wants and needs. A plan backed by leading business and organisations. A to-do-list for the planet that will only be achieved if everyone plays their part.

N3XTCODER aims to identify and work with the best technology solutions and digital products that have the great potential to tackle the most pressing problems that persist today.

Read more about the Global Goals at www.globalgoals.org.

About Spielfeld Digital Hub

Spielfeld Digital Hub is a platform for corporate innovation. As a joint venture between Roland Berger and Visa Inc., Spielfeld enables leading corporates across industries to explore and execute digital opportunities. In an agile work environment, we facilitate new working methods and support organizations in cultural change. Within our space innovators, makers, domain experts and corporates are working side-by-side to build new digital products, services or business models. We offer our infrastructure, network, co-creation formats and community to curate the transformation. We produce and host high profile and community events to proactively moderate discussions about the future.

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