Finance, innovation & tech tackling democracy and decision making

"If you want to tackle the biggest problems in the 21st century, you need to stop doing that with 20th century organisations"

Join Bond’s Futures and Innovation Working Group for a view into the evolution of democracy and decision making in the 21st century. Hear from key change makers about their work, what's happening to our systems and what might happen next. Carl Chaplin from CapitalUSm will address the corporate position, while Ed Dowding of Represent.me will tackle the issue from the citizen point of view, and Indy Johar, Dark Matter Labs, will explore how this effects the world of finance.

Programme

The event will run 2.30pm - 4.30pm. 

The event will be held at Method, 7th Floor, The Tea Building, 56 Shoreditch High Street, London, E1 6JJ.

After the event you are invited to join the group in a nearby pub: The Owl and the Pussycat, 34 Redchurch St, London, E2 7DP.

Event dates

Thursday, December 7, 2017

30 places remaining

Speakers

CAPITALusM

Carl Chaplain works with the founders of CAPITALusM, building their operational function and heading up NGO relations.

Kate Wolfenden
Project X

Kate is a serial creative entrepreneur turned serial innovator with 8+ years experience in the sustainability sector.

Represent.me

Ed is founder and CEO of Represent.me, a democracy platform for voting and deliberation that connects citizens and decision makers together.

Dark Matter Laboratories

Indy Johar is co-founder and executive director of Dark Matter Laboratories, which works with partners, clients, and collaborators across the world, researching and developing new support frameworks for collaborative system change.