This page provides you with all information about the ‘MakeHappen’ International Inspiration Day for our non-Dutch participants.
The first ‘MakeHappen!’ International Inspiration Day will take place on October 9, 2015 in LantarenVenster in Rotterdam. Make a note in your calendar now and take advantage of an early bird discount of 25%.
During this day BNA International offers you the chance to come in contact with relevant international players and to listen to experiences and best practices. You can share your own experiences and explore (new) opportunities for entrepreneurship abroad. The program is held in English language.
The ‘MakeHappen!’ BNA International Inspiration Day takes place during the bustling International Architecture Film Festival www.affr.nl.
Professionals who are currently practicing internationally or want to do so in the future and who are working in a spatial discipline (such as architects, engineers, consultants, interior and landscape architects and urban planners) as well as the related strategic stakeholders of this group in administration and politics.
Where is it?
Kop van Zuid, Rotterdam (LantarenVenster cinema, Wilhelminapier Rotterdam and four break-through sessions at the Hotel New York and the “MS Marco Polo).
What are the costs?
75 euros for BNA members and 150 euros for non-members. Take advantage of the early bird discount of 25% and subscribe before August 15, 2015 (Members then pay 56.25 euros and non-members 112.50 euros)! Prices include lunch and networking reception.
How to register?
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|12.00||Welcome by Nathalie de Vries and display of the film ‘Dutch Architects around the Globe’|
|12.20||Key-notes economics and strategy: Where are future opportunities and economic growth?|
|13.45||Break-through sessions series 1 – Interesting future markets
A: Urban Growth in Africa
B: Booming India
C: Working in Europe – why France and Belgium?
D: Working successfully with the neighbours: Germany
|15.15||Break-through sessions series 2 – How to be successful internationally? Learning form peers and best practices.
E: Why work with the Dutch? What are future USPs?
F: Joint Forces. Working with partners in collaborations and consortia.
G: Social and intercultural skills, contacts and network s: Where to start, how to keep in touch?
H: International negotiating tactics
|16.45||Key-note by Barozzi Veiga, winner Mies van der Rohe Award 2015|
|17.40||Discussion led by Fred Schoorl (BNA-directeur): What have we learned?|