Announcing: Idea Hour

With the Idea Incubator 2015 on the verge of entering its first stage, we're excited to be able to share some great news with you.

After re-working the structure we've followed in the past years, we have designed the first phase of this year's idea incubator to be open to all Fellows. This holds true even if you haven't applied to the Idea Incubator, or maybe don't have an idea right now that you want to or have the time to develop.

However, the question remains: if you don't have an idea you want to grow into a project or startup, why be a part of the first phase at all?

To answer this, let's talk about what the first phase will be. It will consist of:

Four intense, hands-on sessions...
Led by experienced mentors...
Focused on developing and shaping ideas.

This means that these sessions will contain some incredible learning that will be universally applicable. You can take some of the principles you learn here, and apply them to anything ranging from any project teams you are a part of, to your own personal life. Finally, at the end of the first phase, if what you learned in the sessions has helped develop an idea you have, you will have one last chance to apply to the Idea Incubator and be a part of the following phases.

You can be a part of Idea Hour, every Sunday at 3:00PM GMT. The first session will be on the 31st of May, and we will have four more Sunday sessions over the next month (June 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th) at the same time, every week. Keep an eye on your inboxes for the GoToMeeting Invites before each session.

Local Times:

  • Chile 12:00 PM
  • China 11:00 PM
  • Germany 5:00 PM
  • Ghana 3:00 PM
  • India 8:30 PM
  • Louisiana, USA 10:00 AM

We hope you're as excited about these sessions as we are, and we look forward to seeing you every Sunday at the Idea Hour!

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