- Monday, October 16, 2017 at 09:00 AM – October 18, 2017
- Sydney Town Hall in Sydney, Australia $145.00 AUD
Adam Jacoby, Founder and Chief Steward of MiVote talks at CityIgnite. His topic - Using Digital Channels To Foster High Quality, Low Friction Citizen Engagement.
CityIGNITE will bring together city and government leaders, business leaders, technology leaders, incubators, accelerators, startups and research institutions to collaborate and unlock new growth opportunities through new approaches, ideas and partnerships.
Part of broader Spark Festival which is supported by the city of SydneyIdeaHack in partnership with Business Models Inc - moderated co-creation fast sprints focused on finding solutions to major city challengesPitchfest- platform for urban technology startups to promote themselves to investors and customers (Bluechilli collaboration)Designed to facilitate partnerships to maximise the creative, social, economic and service benefits of digital transformationOutcome focused –Aims to stimulate the ideas that lead to increased citizen engagement, better connectivity and the use of open data platforms to drive innovationWill lead to the development of new funding and procurement models that can be used to get innovative new projects off the ground quicklyProduced by same organisers as the successful Cities 4.0 Summit
Who from MiVote:ADAM JACOBYFounder & Chief Steward, MiVote
Adam Jacoby is a serial innovator with a twenty year global history of starting fast growth businesses in sport, information and media. Outspoken and opinionated with a revolutionary bent, he has a Masters of Entrepreneurship and Innovation and have studied at the Judge Business School, Cambridge University.
Adam’s start up footprint spans from; IMS Sports, LifeLounge.com, Learning from Legends and most recently the global Mummu group of Companies (Mummu Sport, Mummu Cycling and Mummu Talent) which were 2013 finalists in the Anthill Cool Company Awards (global category), #40 BRW Fast Starter 2015 and Top 10 in Smart Company's Smart50 Awards 2015.
With deep expertise in fast growth business development, Adam was the CEO of BRW’s 2010 Fastest Growing Private Company (under $100M), Sportsnet Corporation.
Adam is a Non Executive Director of the Centre for the Future, Non Executive Chairman of public company eSports Mogul Asia Pacific (ASX: ESH) and a sought after speaker and corporate advisor who has appeared in The Guardian, Fast Company, Australian Financial Review, Variety, Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles Times and numerous other publications.
Adam is currently focused on his passion for democracy. He is the Founder, Chief Steward & Council Member of democratic movement MiVote which was a finalist in the 2016 Singularity University Grand Global Challenge Awards and featured in the book Democracy Squared (available on Amazon).
In 2001 Adam was a Young Australian of the Year Victorian Finalist (Career Achievement Category).
Despite these career milestones, Adam’s most important job is that of partner to Mel and father to four wonderful angels; Kennedy, Percie, Avery and Jasper. He lives in Melbourne, Australia but travels extensively. The world is his innovation lab.
Jamie Skella, the head of technology at MiVote is presenting at the 2017 Moral Fairground Ethical Enterprise Conference.
Jamie will be presenting on Blockchain technology on Monday 16th of October at 11.45am.
There will be Q&A time so you can ask all your Blockchain related questions.
More information to come.
- Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 01:00 PM
- RMIT University - Swanston Academic Building in Melbourne, Australia
Adam Jacoby, MiVote Chief Steward and Founder is part of a panel who will be speaking at the RMIT Business Research Showcase which this year will ask: Is globalisation in retreat?
Held over three days, this year's showcase will show new developments in research within the college. These include key projects managed by the Research Priority Area Directors. The three-day event will feature local speakers and international visitors alike.
A full program will be available shortly. Register on the link below.
The Business Research Office would like to invite all RMIT staff members, HDR candidates, relevant industry partners and the wider tertiary sector to attend.
- Wednesday, October 25, 2017 at 06:00 PM
- Melbourne Multicultural Hub in Melbourne, Australia
Adam Jacoby, the Chief Steward and Founder of MiVote will be one of the guest speakers at the Victorian Fabians "Digitisation and Democracy" event.
Speaking on How can digitisation benefit democracy and equality, Adam and the other speakers will be exploring
The advent of new digital platforms that have the capacity to increase the interaction between citizens and their representatives are expanding as the potential of peer communication, and crowd evaluation is explored.
With the right design, this has huge potential to broaden the depth of political dialogue and extend and equalise democratic expression.
How could digitisation encourage deliberation, spread power and bolster knowledge to enhance democracy?
- Friday, December 29, 2017 at 09:00 AM
- Omni Interlocken Resort in Broomfield, CO
What NOW is a four day year-end conference in Broomfield, Colorado that will help you navigate and explore the era of massive worldwide disruption we now find ourselves in.
This year Adam Jacoby, Chief Steward of MiVote and founder will be exploring the topic 'innovation in politics'.
What is What Now
When we came together at the What Next conference nearly five years ago, we offered our own bold visions for the future of consciousness, culture, and technology, embracing the notion that we were on the precipice of a major global transition, preparing to take a “momentous leap” forward as a new stage of human development was beginning to emerge around the world.
Well, the transition has certainly begun. We can all see that we are now heading into one of the most disruptive periods of human history the world has ever known — better and better, worse and worse, faster and faster — and we completely stand by all the hopes and visions that were expressed back in 2012 about our shared future. But few of us could have anticipated just how disruptive and potentially dangerous this transition would turn out to be.
We still have some pretty strong ideas about what’s next for human evolution, of course, which we will continue to explore. But today, the more urgent question is no longer “what next?”
It’s “what NOW?”
In other words, how can we navigate the staggering uncertainty each new day brings, while actively and consciously participating with our own evolutionary unfolding? What can we do to develop the inner resilience and adaptability we need to thrive in this period of disruptive transformation?
Whether you see our current transition as chaotically spiraling out of control, or laying the groundwork for the next momentous leap in understanding, we thought it was the perfect time to gather the Integral community again to engage with these very same questions, and to find new ways to bring the wisdom of our crowd to a world that so dearly needs it,.