HANDS ON WITH THE TOPICS
How better to make the knowledge gained from a presentation become more transparent to you, than with a workshop with the very professionals that inspired you on stage?
If you’ve purchased an ALL ACCESS ticket to Evolve Conference, you have the amazing opportunity to choose which workshops you’re most interested in, and lock in your seats right away. Via the link below, you get an overview and can choose which workshops appeal to you the most. You can cast your vote for all of them, and you will be assigned your two top choices depending on time of ticket purchase and chosen priority.
So don’t wait, buy your ALL ACCESS ticket right away, as seats are limited. First come, first served!
Please note that minor changes may be made.
EVOLVE WORKSHOPS MARCH 6TH
SUSTAINABILITY 101 WORKSHOPS
Subject: Steps to your circular economy
Content: Effective, targeted implementation strategy.
Organiser: Diana Den Held
Company: Rotterdam School of Management
Subject: Gamification in Practice
Content: A solution oriented workshop with a focus on improve sustainable engagement with Gamification techniques. The aim to improve user engagement, organizational productivity, flow, learning, crowdsourcing, empower people. Some techniques used in this approach include adding meaningful choices, onboarding with a tutorial, increasing challenge, and adding narrative.
Organiser: Anna Zabezsinszkij
Subject: Starting a socio-economic project with a circular business model
Content: In this workshop you’ll gain a better understanding of the life cycle and ecological importance of mushrooms and mycelial networks. We will present different types of mushrooms and discuss their health benefits and how to grow them. There will be examples of fungal materials and we will discuss the many potentials of working with fungi.
Organiser: Mark Grove & Lasse Melgaard Rasmussen
Company: Fra Grums til Gourmet
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY WORKSHOPS
Subject: Good to Go: Piloting ‘doggy bags’ in restaurants
Content: Reduce plate waste in restaurants and bring about culture change around leftovers. Behaviour change analysis workshop using ISM (Individual, Social, Material) model.
Organiser: Ylva Haglund
Company: Zero Waste Scotland
EVOLVE WORKSHOPS MARCH 7TH
CITY PROJECTS WORKSHOPS
Subject: Solving real world mind-set problems
Content: Steps to transfer knowledge between Sweden and Lithuania in city projects. Workshop in facing challenges, such as road safety, guides you to understand how to work and overcome the obstacles in a high level project.
Organiser: Tommy Fagerlund
SMALL STEPS TO START WITH WORKSHOPS
Subject: Modernising the Classics
Content: Continuing the theme of Youth and Food, generate discussion points about why and how classic recipes should be modernised and promoted for a changing market.
Organiser: Gavin Stewart
Subject: Mission Earth: Discovering the future of food
Content: Competition workshop to engage participants with sustainability issues, and empowering them to find solutions in a team work setting.
Organiser: Anna Zabezsinszkij & Lukas Jasiūnas
Subject: Edible insects as farm animals and food
Content: An in depth look at insects as food and insect farming followed by a crash course in how to make your own
Organiser: Jakob Rukov
Subject: Secondary ingredients & culinary delicacy from the forest
Content: Learn about what secondary ingredients are and how they can be used in gastronomy.
Organiser: Dalius Aleksiejevas
ONLINE VISIBILITY WORKSHOPS
Subject: Steps to strengthen your branding
Content: To strengthen your brand you need to increase its perceived value. This isn’t about cost or materials – it’s about communication and branding.
Organiser: Hicran Jonmark
Company: Bord Gáis Energy
Subject: Digital Musts
Content: Basic SEO, Basic CRO, Basic Analytics. Learn how to attract more visitors, understand their needs and make them convert on your website.
Organiser: Linus Larsson
Company: Web Guide Partner