BRIDGEBUILDER SUMMIT

The BridgeBuilder Summit is a unique opportunity to meet the people behind BOOKBRIDGE. Community Heroes, Book Champions, Capability Program Alumni, investors, founders and the BOOKBRIDGE Team and Board gather every 2 years to get to know each other, share their ideas and work on our current challenges and Vision 2020.

When and where?

We will meet from Thursday, May 10 until Sunday, May 13, 2018 on the beautiful site of seminar center EOS Allerheiligen in the Black Forest.

Who will be coming?

Around 100 participants from around the world gather for BridgeBuilder Summit. Besides BOOKBRIDGE team, attendees are some of our Community Heroes, the alumni of our Capability Program, Book Champions and everyone else feeling connected to BOOKBRIDGE. We also invite your partners and family to come (there is a kids program available organized by EOS Allerheiligen).

What do we do?

At BridgeBuilder Summit, we talk about our impact, ideas for improvements, new initiatives and our strategy. You can expect a colorful mix of workshops, outdoor activities and inspiring moments. The program is made by Bridgebuilders for Bridgebuilders so everyone is invited to contribute a topic. Take a look at our last summit’s agenda:

Where will we sleep?

Seminarareal EOS Allerheiligen
Seminar center EOS Allerheiligen offers rooms of different sizes and standards. Our participation fee (€50,00 per person and night) includes accommodation in multi-bed rooms with shared bathrooms. If you wish a higher standard, single and double rooms are available in Gästehaus Löwenherz which is also located in Allerheiligen. The prize difference needs to be covered by you. In your registration for the summit, you can indicate your accomodation wish (first come first serve).
Click on the picture to get an impression of the beautiful site of EOS Allerheiligen!

Contacts

Carsten

Carsten
Workshops and Moderation
carsten [at] bookbridge.org

Ursi

Ursi
Accommodation, Food and Outdoor Program
ursi [at] bookbridge.org

RH

Ruth
Transportation and Logistics
ruth [at] bookbridge.org

 

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