The only way to get familiar with a new place is to be there, walk around there, bike there, eat there, have fun there and perhaps even explore the “there” with others.
That was also the way Berlin – startup city was explored as The Kaospilots from team SUI 5, which included 4 different nationalities put their feet on the ground on Sunday the 14th of May 2017 to spend one week in “The city that never sleeps”.
We all checked into the little shack of a hostel named X Berger, as it was definitely not what you would consider a palace or… a totally clean place, but good enough for flexible entrepreneurs, ready for about anything. Continue reading “What is Good About no WOW-Plans? – Why Berlin is the Startup City to Find Milk and Honey”
I’m André, originally from Brazil, student at Kaospilots Switzerland. Moved by impatience, I like to go out there and see how things work and what could make them better, a design thinking spirit.
Continue reading “Understading market for low-income housing”
It is going quite intense in the Kaospilots Outpost, that is how we call our 3 months overseas program during the 4th semester.
48 students coming two Kaospilots schools: one from Switzerland and one from Denmark; mentored by two team leaders. As a result, an organization started up in order to manage 12 projects with local partners in Cape Town plus its internal activities.
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We have a new open alumni program offer for our Alumni of the KaosPilots and the NEW BUSINESS mastery training, the entrepreneurs of the Innovationsdorf and friends and guests. You are welcome to these 4 gatherings to grow and develop your projects and business initiatives, get coaching and support and have fun together.
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Our students of Team SUI 4 who are currently in their second year at the KaosPilots are preparing for their Outpost in South Africa. They will spend the time from February to May in Cape Town, together with 38 students of the Danish KaosPilots who are in their second year, too.
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Ninevites – Nonkuleko Mlangeni is one of the graduate from Team 2 at KaosPilots Switzerland. Moved by her passion for supporting and empowering young artists in South Africa, she’s been active with her textiles creations and willing to grow as a community builder and entrepreneur.
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Do you know that the Tibetan Football Team was revived by a Kaospilot? It was in 1997 when the Danish Michael Nybrandt got the idea to revive the national football team in Tibet. Since the regime of Mao Tsetung and the Chinese Cultural Revolution, football in Tibet was reduced to a mere amateur league.
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Tools and frameworks that help you create solid social business concepts.
Guest blog by Meret Nehe, who hosted a two-day workshop on social business design at Kaospilots.
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A changemaker school – BusinessWeek has recognised Kaospilots as one of the best design schools in the world, and Fast Company has named it in its Startup Leagues Big 10, preparing you for the fast moving startup economy. Moreover, The Changer mentioned it as one of the best alternative schools for changemakers. What could explain such repercussions?
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If you would watch a martial art class of Aikido with the KaosPilots you would see a bunch of freaks rolling and crawling on the ground, then doing some breathing – into the belly, the chest and reverse, active, passive to maybe spend some time rolling over each other after having been pushed around.
Continue reading “How can martial art be love?”