SUMMIT 2018

From May 10-13, 2018, you have the unique opportunity to meet up with our Family of Bridgebuilders from around the world. 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.

When and where?

We will meet from Thursday, May 10 until Sunday, May 13, 2018 at EOS Allerheiligen in the Black Forest, Germany.

Seminarareal EOS Allerheiligen
The ruin of the monastery at Allerheiligen, Germany

Who will be coming?

This is the most important question, isn’t it? We expect around 100 bridgebuilders from around the world. Everyone who feels part of our Family is invited. This time, we invite you to bring your partners and kids. There will be family rooms available and we will organize a kids and partner program at EOS Allerheiligen. See the table below on the current pre-registration status:

Pre-register now

Solidarity Fund

Some bridgebuilders need financial support in order to attend the Summit. During our last Summit, you feedbacked that we should invite more Community Heroes and that our family members would be willing to support this financially. Hence, we invite you to make a donation to support those who could otherwise not join us.

Make a donation

What do we do?

The primary goal of our gathering is to have joy. For those arriving on Thursday, we will start with a joint dinner in the evening. Most bridgebuilders will arrive on Friday afternoon or evening. In workshops, we will talk about our impact, ideas for improvements, new initiatives and our strategy. You may 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 draft agenda and review our lessons learnt from the last Summit on Teamwork.

Where will we sleep?

Allerheiligen offers rooms of different sizes and standards. Our participation fee (EUR 50,00 per person and night) includes accommodation in four-bed rooms with shared bathrooms in Barbarossa guest house. Single, double and family rooms are available in the guest houses Löwenherz and Villa Schauenburg for a small surcharge. You can select your preferred room in the pre-registration form below.

How to get there

The address of Allerheiligen is:
EOS Tagungszentrum Allerheiligen
Allerheiligen 3
77728 Oppenau

By car:
From the North: Take exit 53 “Archern” on Autobahn A5 Karlsruhe – Basel. At the rotary, take first exit in the direction Achern and Kappelrodeck and continue for ca. 13 km on L 87. In the city center of Ottenhöfen, follow the brown sign “Allerheiligen” and turn right. After ca. 7km you will reach a hilltop where you turn right. 1km down the valley you will reach the parking lots of EOS Allerheiligen.

From the South: Take exit 54 “Appenweier” and take the direction Appenweier – Oppenau. In Höfle, turn left in the direction “Wasserfälle Allerheiligen” and continue until EOS Allerheiligen.


By train:
Allerheiligen can easily be reached by train and bus:

  1. Take the regional train either to Ottenhöfen (if arriving from the North) or to Oppenau (South). For Ottenhöfen, you have to change trains in Achern. Train schedules are available at Deutsche Bahn
  2. From Ottenhöfen, you can take Regionalbus 7125 to Allerheiligen (we will publish the bus schedule soon)

We ask you to try to organize your travels with train and bus so that we only have to pick up those arriving very early or late.

Pre-register now!

We invite you to pre-register for the Summit so that we can prepare the agenda, accommodation and food around your preferences. Pre-registration is non-binding and can be changed at all times. We will follow up with a definite call for registration in February 2018. Please access the form by clicking here or by filling it out below.

Contacts

Carsten

Carsten
Workshops
carsten [at] bookbridge.org

Marisol

Marisol
Coordination
marisol [at] bookbridge.org

RH

Ruth
Accommodation and Logistics
ruth [at] bookbridge.org