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Yes, we can! We can change the world.

We can change it by designing new solutions for existing problems. We have started by creating a place where we can share ideas and collaborate on innovative tech/biz plans. This is what happens in Tehno potica.

We have been transforming Tehno potica since February, and we have come up with five ideas. In addition, we have strategies to develop those ideas into cutting-edge projects. Bogdan Mlakar will present the first idea, dealing with recycling wastes, next Monday, and afterwards, we will conduct a brainstorming session to expand on his concepts.

Can you join in and help change the world?

Yes, you can!

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Techno cake presently has forty-nine members, and that number could, and most likely will,  increase with each talk. Techno cake can exist in the long run only if we have a sustainable business model that extends beyond just  profit.  This is the  reason that I created the prototype of the Techno cake business model and now, to further develop that prototype,  I need  to brainstorm with the current members of the movement.

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Business Model Canvas, Osterwalder, Pigneur & al. 2010, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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If we want to eat a cake instead of a piece of bread, we have to know how to get the cake. If we want to gain knowledge for the creation of added value, we have to bring together a number of investors, innovators, geeks, creators, and engineers. A gathering of such visionary people can accelerate cooperation, bring about the correlation of new ideas, and propose promising innovations and productions.

 

A case of just such a potentially productive group was initiated in my town and has the name “Techno potica.” The main goal of this assembly is to change the status quo through collaboration, co-creations, and business model combining between members of the association and the companies of attendees. Techno potica started with one event about a week and a half ago and will meet again every two weeks. I’m looking forward to seeing  how big a piece of cake we have after one year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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