The Brussels Ouisharers are glad to invite you for their 2nd Drink!
***To recall the first Drink*** Have a look here: http://www.gsara.tv/~ouishare/index.php/drinks/154-drink-brussels-1
What? A convivial meetup for people interested in the collaborative economy who would like to meet likeminded people and hear about local collaborative projects in Brussels. Where? Coco Bar/ 10 place du Luxembourg/ Brussels (Right next to the Parliament). When? Tuesday March 5th/ 7PM
Program: - Quick presentation about Ouishare and the collaborative economy - Short Pitches from Brussels Project holders - Q&A+ Drinks
Want to pitch a project from the collaborative economy space to the community? Then please send an email to Louise Hain (email@example.com)
What is Ouishare? OuiShare is an open global community people working to accelerate the shift towards a collaborative economy. Launched in 2012 in Paris, OuiShare now counts 400+ members in local communities accross 20 countries. Read more on www.ouishare.net
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