Open debate: Collaboration, the cornerstone of the new economy

February 1, 2017 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Europe/Madrid Timezone
Impact Hub Madrid
Calle de la Alameda
22, 28014 Madrid
Elena Alcalde, Impact Hub Madrid

NESI Forum already has the support of the Impact Hub network, an ecosystem of social innovation present in more than 85 cities worldwide and made up of 15,000 entrepreneurs that supports and promotes new projects based on collaboration and social innovation.

To talk about collaboration as the cornerstone of the new economy, we invite you to participate in this open debate to be held on February 1, 2017 from 18:30 at Impact Hub Madrid, where you will also have the opportunity to learn more about what will happen at the next New Economy and Social Innovation Global Forum (Malaga, April 17-22, 2017).

You can also intervene in the debate through social media with the hashtag: #IHneweconomy


6.30pm- Welcome
Antonio Gonzalez, director Impact Hub Madrid

6:35pm – “Co-creating a New Economy”. Presentation of “New Economy and Social Innovation (NESI) Global Forum”.
Diego Isabel La Moneda. Co-founder Global Hub for the Common Good and Director NESI Forum.

6:50pm – “Dialogue for change” (debate): “Collaboration, the cornerstone of the new economy”
What are the advantages of an economy based on collaboration rather than mere competitiveness?

In this “Dialogue for Change” panelists will discuss innovative collaborative options that can be applied by freelancers as well as companies and other organizations: co-working, networking or collaborative finance will be some of the topics to be addressed.

Daniel Truran. Director of Marketing and Internal Communication(B Lab Europe), General Manager of ebbf (, Co-founder of The Impact Hub Madrid ( Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship at Instituto de Empresa ( and professor at the EOI Business School (, was Judge at Stanford University Social Entrepreneurship E-Challenge (

Guadalupe García. La Bolsa Social. Responsible for Business Development, Innovation and Sustainability. He has worked in business creation, sustainability, entrepreneurship and innovation for the last 15 years. With special focus on issues of circular economy. At present, she promotes the growth of a community of entrepreneurs and investors with positive values on society and the environment and promotes impact investment.

Luis Madrid. Business association SANNAS and member of NESI-Madrid. Designer, researcher and promoter of projects that seek to improve the quality of life of people. His work focuses on user-centered design, social innovation and new economic models. He is currently CEO of Angaraveca, a communication innovation firm.

Antonio Gonzalez, Director and Responsible for Institutional Relations of Impact Hub Madrid. With a degree in Psychology and with a background in marketing, communication and management, he has participated in innovative projects with a technological base and management of change in both the corporate and social fields.

7:50pm- Presentation of the Collaboration Agreement between the Impact Hub network and the NESI Global Forum

8:00pm- Open Debate

8:30- Closing