Rapidly evolving technologies are a game-changer in the way we work, employ others, generate income, and make use of our free time. The new rules of the game are currently being shaped, globally and locally.
By organizing a Regional Reshaping Work event in your city you will be joining our network of creative leaders on a mission to transform and steer the way technologies impact the way we work. Reshaping Work will support your team along the way with guidance, templates, and useful resources. Our main goal is to facilitate and promote an international network and to share the best practices between the cities.
We welcome event proposals on topics related to the platform economy, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, cyber security, and other cutting-edge topics that have an impact on the future of work.
Are you a forward-looking and creative organization who strongly believes in the power of events, to inspire and transform the world of work & innovation? Then we’d love to connect! Contact us by sending an email to email@example.com
What is Reshaping Work?
How is Reshaping Work funded?
What is Regional Event?
Who do I need in the organizing team?
What are the responsibilities of the organizer of a Regional Event?
What are the responsibilities of the Reshaping Work?
How to choose the dates for your event?
How to choose a venue?
What is a Call for Papers and how to launch it?
How to build the program for a Reshaping Work event
What are the guidelines when choosing a partner?
Reshaping Work is a non-profit initiative headquartered in Amsterdam, which took off in 2016 in order to bring different stakeholders together to jointly discuss the future of work and find ways to shape it.
Reshaping Work conference discusses the most prominent issues in regards to the platform economy, and digital innovations more broadly. This intimate event gathers 200-250 people for continental-level conferences (the European-level conference is held every October in Amsterdam), while the regional-level events are confined to 100-150 experts on the topic, who have interest or stakes in a particular geographic region.
Reshaping Work is a non-profit project – every cent of income goes into creating the best possible experience for participants and online network. We’re always keen to hear from partners and sponsors who can help us continue to create this very special project. Get in contact with us for more information about the benefits of becoming a partner!
Reshaping Work Regional is an edition of independently organized events that bring together leaders from across industries to discuss the intersection between the future of work and innovative technologies of a particular locality. The objective of Regional Reshaping Work is to share the best practices between cities and promote an international network. Reshaping Work supports Regional events with general resources and guidance.
We recommend the team to consist of a conference director, a head of the scientific committee, 2 program coordinators (e.g. academics) and 2-3 people responsible for the logistics of the event (e.g. an operations manager, an events assistant, and a communications leader).
As an organizer, you are expected to create a Reshaping Work experience for your attendees by protecting the objectives mentioned on the previous page. The organizer has the responsibility of putting together a team, curating the program, promoting de event, handling the budget and following the rules and guidelines on the contract.
Reshaping Work supports the organizer with marketing, consulting, and promotion to ensure for the highest quality standard. The responsibilities of Reshaping Work include:
Please note that your proposed date cannot be within less than 8 months, due to projected organizing time. We recommend a one-day or a two-day event to take place on Thursday and Friday so that participants coming from abroad can stay over for the weekend.
We recommend the venue to have:
When searching for a location, look for ‘young’, ‘entrepreneurial-looking’, ‘non-conventional’ place
“Call for Papers” refers to a call for scientific paper submissions. We recommend the scientific committee, which will draft the call for papers, to consist of at least 3 academics responsible for each of the three scientific divisions: Law, Business & Economics, and Sociology &Humanities.
How to successfully launch a Call for Papers?
Following the program of Reshaping Work is not mandatory; what’s more, organizations are expected to come up with novel session formats but the principal value of a multistakeholder event giving voice to all must remain intact. We Recommend:
In order to keep the communication centralized, the Licensee cannot contact the companies that are already sponsoring Reshaping Work, however, we would be happy to connect you or offer package deals.