CoCo Founders BarCamp in Wiesbaden
Be part of the 1st CoCo Founders BarCamp in Wiesbaden!
Are you interested in founding a company? Or have you already founded a company and would like to exchange ideas and network with other founders?
Then come to the 1st CoCo Gründerinnen BarCamp, organized by Social Business Women e.V. as part of the program“CoCo – Frauen gründen“. You can find out more about the “CoCo – Frauen gründen” program at coco-frauen-gruenden.de.
Online or on site
Come to Wiesbaden to the Heimathafen on 09.03.2024, on-site catering is included in the ticket price.
Or you can watch the live stream of the main room online via Zoom. There will be 4 sessions here.
- 09:30 a.m. Admission
- 10:00 – 11:30 Opening and session planning
- 11:30 – 12:15 Session-Slot 1
- 12:30 – 13:15 Session-Slot 2
- 13:30- 14:30 Lunch break
- 14:30 – 15:15 Session-Slot 3
- 15:30 – 16:15 Session-Slot 4
- 4:30 p.m. Closing – 5 p.m.
What is a BarCamp?
A BarCamp is an “ad-hoc non-conference” in which all content is developed and designed by the participants. Nothing is fixed, there are no listeners/watchers, only participants. The exchange of knowledge is mutual and is shaped by everyone.
Topic-related BarCamps offer a good opportunity to share and expand (expert) knowledge. The aim of the event is for participants to exchange views on topics that are relevant and proven in practice. The aim is not only for all participants to exchange knowledge, but also to network with each other.
The content and the entire program, in our case up to 16 different contributions/sessions on the topic of founding, are only created on the day of the event.
Participants can submit a session and actively shape the program. You then stand at the front as a session host and give a presentation or lead a workshop or discussion round.
What can sessions be?
Sessions always consist of approx. 30 minutes of content and 15 minutes of discussion or Q&A. In total, a session lasts max. 45 min.
A session can be a lecture, a workshop or an open discussion round. At the opening, the sessions on offer are briefly presented, discussed and entered in the session plan.
Of course, you can also prepare your session and bring a presentation with you.
At a BarCamp, “voting with your feet” always applies. As there are usually several sessions running in parallel and it can happen that a session does not meet your expectations, no one will be angry if you quietly change rooms.