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The name: "dEmoscene Events in Denmark" with the subtitle: "A Virtual Relational Network Venue" will be focused around interviews also called "Events" when announced in Meetup.com 

A Network Forum, BUT in a radical new way! The feature is an updated version of "executing Interviews" by using new technologies.

 The people who should be "pulled" to this group is: 

1) persons who "have a passion and a clear vision on what they are doing" - they like to be a beacon and role model for their idea and topic and like to BRING IDEAS WITH POSITIVE IMPACT ACCESSIBLE TO PEOPLE!! 

OR 

2) you should attend if you are interested in the topics and/ or curious about the person the interview will bring out, you also like to be part of a new way of doing things and share knowledge, specially into startups.. 

However here in the beginning the three main interview themes / events are the following: 

- Start-up / entrepreneur interview 

- Meetup.com group host interview 

- Miscellaneous interviews (cultural, hobbies, topics and cool shops / places etc.) 

Why? 

At ordinary and classic way of networking, typically at a chic bar and with an alcoholic drink in hand, is not an optimal way to find network with quality. You are often and in combinations of serveals obstacle like loud sound/ music, mingling around to see if you know some one and that trend is okay.. But if you actually find some one interesting to talk to (pretty random and by coincidence) the changes you have a strong connection is low for a professional network meeting later. Especially in the beginning of a Startup you have no professional and quality network to have sparring or help you on a concret problem.. 

SO.. HOW? 

By building up a community through interviews with interesting people which "have a passion and a clear vision of what they are doing", you use your time with quality from the start. 

These people who is interviewed will be part of your network with a stronger connection than normal - like an average network meeting. By conducting a concrete setting - the interview - you have both showned a commitment and done logistics together and of cause with a successful interview you have proven yourself to each other in the best way possible regards to the concrete situation. Hope you get this - this is very importen to understand. 

With an in-depth quality of conversation and ask detailed questions, you will get the opportunity to get to know the interviewee’s passion and history. 'Relational' will be the way the interview will be conducted, structured and how to engage and gain a quality network in a constructive, accurate and trustful way. 

How 'radical'? With a Smartphone, an App and a Broadcast Server, these Interviews (“Events”) can be conducted and executed in an extremely flexible way at cool local sceneries / places where an audience is physically present and / or online and can interact too with the whole setting. 

Please fill out a 3 min survey: https://da.surveymonkey.com/r/TB3NLQC

If you like more details go to "Pages" and read or see a video.


Last edited 2016-04-04

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