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  • Roy Pype shared his ideas on TEDx

    How can we make sure that sharing our knowledge becomes part of our daily flow? How can we make sure that working environments are worth leaving our homes? How can we make sure that we can keep up with the pace of the world, lifelong. The world evolves in massive speed. What is new today, is outdated…

  • Roy Pype enlights TEDx Den Helder

    We’re proud to announce that Roy Pype will share his vision on the enhancement of knowledge sharing during TEDx Den Helder on 13th February. How can we make sure that sharing our knowledge becomes part of our daily flow? How can we make sure that working environments are worth leaving your bed?  How can we…

  • Startup Village & Proof of the sum sign research cooperation

    On September 26th, Startup Village Amsterdam and Proof of the sum signed a letter of intent to jointly investigate how knowledge sharing at Startup Village Amsterdam works and how it can continuously be enhanced in the future.  This agreement was signed during the first ever event at Startup Village Amsterdam at which Proof of the…

  • Maslow meets scienceparks

    Dear Ellen, Based on your role as community builder at science parks I was quite keen to learn more about your views on the power of communities in those innovative environments. I found the answer in your blog based on the Pyramid of Maslow(Dutch). You drew a parallel between the hierarchically structured universal human needs and the…