Weblog week 10: Using the C2C BIZZ stakeholder network
But we managed to write down an adjusted program for the two days, with a plan A and a plan B for key note speakers. This week I started contacting the potential key note speakers and people who could help me to reach them. This meant calling several people I did not speak for a long time and I spent several hours on the phone. But it was really nice to talk to everybody again and I think I’m completely updated on everything now.
We also met a second possible chairman for the End Event. The first one we met end of January, so it was difficult to decide who would be the best chairman. We thought they both would do a good job, but we had to choose one. Finally we made a decision, mostly based on subjective feelings.
The last part of the meeting we met Joachim of Pixmix, who is going to make a C2C BIZZ movie to show the results of the project in an attractive way. It was very difficult to give him a clear picture of our project and I think he went back to the office with too much information. Afterwards I sent him our draft C2C BIZZ manual, but maybe that will make it even worse. We will see next time we meet him.
Two weeks ago I promised the University of Wolverhampton to help them finding data of buildings with C2C elements to validate their economic methodology. Again this meant calling and mailing people in my network, but I already got some encouraging reactions.
Finally it was decided two weeks ago to have an additional meeting to discuss the C2C BIZZ manual for a whole day and to try to have it in April at Park 20I20. It seemed to be a challenge to arrange this on such short notice, but now we have a date that suits most partners, meeting rooms, a hotel, catering and a guided tour of Park 20I20 on 8 and 9 April.
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