Let’s make Brighton the destination and the gathering place for people creating the organisations that will be the model for how business should be done in 2020 and beyond.
Getting involved is easier than you think, your effort means a lot, and there are often opportunities to do things that you didn’t realise.
There is a clear bias in the majority of news outlets. A bias toward the status quo and simple answers. Anything that challenges the norm, or is hard to understand, is at best dismissed, and at worst demonised. Alternatives to the mainstream US news outlets exist, here’s a list to start from.
Simple, informal, peer-to-peer advice for people working on ‘good’ initiatives, whether that be a business or not. Come and talk about anything that might be challenging you right now, an idea you have, or just to meet others.
There are enough coworking spaces in Brighton, and my vision is not simply to rent desks out (while those are of course needed), but to create a destination — a club house maybe. Somewhere people can gather, work, meet, learn, and collaborate.
There are ‘tech for good’ project teams springing up more and more, tackling difficult problems, and trying to have a positive impact. But they’re often voluntary, unfunded groups, and they usually don’t have anywhere to meet and work. This is where you come in.