The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF2016) opens online on Monday Nov 7

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       jaap van till, TheConnectivist
The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) is an online, open access event that explores the question: The economy is changing — what do I need to know, experience and do? The DIF enables participators from a global network to share, discover and learn from some of the world’s brightest start-ups, innovators, entrepreneurs, businesses, designers and makers, exploring the economy through a different lens. Last year 20,000 participants from 181 countries registered to attend over 270 sessions, and 2016 is already shaping up to be bigger and better. In 2016 theDIF will take place from the 7th-25th of November held across six virtual stages; coordinated and accessible at

We are looking for people to join our line-up of disrupters who can showcase their ideas and innovations on our Open Mic stage. The aim of the Open Mic stage is to provide a platform for ideas and important emerging trends to be shared and discussed, and to discover new perspectives for mastering everyday challenges. Open Mic sessions can take a variety of formats including live webinars, podcasts, short videos and many others… Whether in a team or going solo you should be prepared to design, promote and facilitate your session while keeping in mind the DIF 2016 overarching themes.  These are System Reset, Regenerative Cities and Future of Work, with broader themes encompassed such as Design Innovation, Sharing Economy and Internet of Things.  All the information on the DIF including topic ideas, 2016 theme descriptions and examples of previous sessions can be found at our website –

Molly Marshall, Ellen MacArthur Foundation



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