(Cancelled) MicroMemberships: new online revenue models
This event was cancelled, participants received an email.
Are you a creative maker looking for ways to sell your illustrations, writing, or video art to an online audience? Then we would love to hear what you look for in an online revenue model. Even if you don't have experience with online business models (yet!), we want to know what is important to you and why. This way, we can look for and design solutions together. Become part of the community that investigates what 'open, fair and inclusive' online earning models for creative makers look like.
During this event, a number of speakers will share their experiences with various business models. We discuss their innovative ideas in order to arrive at our ideal fair online business model. This way, we try to become less dependent on Big Tech. Come share your experiences during this evening and join our search!
- Calum Bowden is a co-founder of Trust and Black Swan. Black Swan develops and experiments with digital toolkits for artists. They are currently building an open-srouce and interoperable protocol for artistic communes. Trust incubates oa open source projects for creative makers and organisations.
- Pia Mancini is co-founder and director of Open Collective. Open Collective is an online funding platform for open and transparent communities. They provide the tools to raise and share your finances in full transparency. In addition, she is part of Democracy Earth Foundation.
Presentations and discussion will be in English. However, you are also welcome to participate in Dutch.
This event is part of the MicroMemberships project, which is financed by Grant for the web.