Food Inno. Wow. What a way to become change makers and facilitate community and problem-solving. This one-day idea building competition will gather together the most passionate foodies, developers, designers, entrepreneurs and innovation lovers for a session of problem-solving, aiming to rapidly prototype innovative solutions that the food industry needs today.
New Year’s Eve is fast approaching; will you celebrate it in a tiny city or another fantastic place? Some people like to stay in the same place to celebrate New Years every year. But some of us like to travel the world and find some great places to celebrate another year. For those people, I have made the top 5 where you definitely should spend New Years once in your life.
When it comes to Christmas dinner it isn’t normal for us to have the same kind of dinner like every year. But aren’t we a bit curious about what other cultures eat during the most wonderful time of the year? Here we share some Christmas food traditions from around the world.
In this week’s People On The Grid podcast, we chatted with Nuria Palma, a Communication Manager at Valkiria Hub space. We discussed the World Work Innovation Summit 2016. This year’s conference was a great success with more than 100 participants. The Summit welcomes all and has many different dynamics surrounding the topic of the future of work and labour market.
As of November 25th, the lights in Barcelona have been turned on. That can only mean one thing: It’s officially Christmas time. Every year, this city is filled to the brim with celebrations, festivals and markets that are sure to put anyone in the Christmas mood.
If this is your first Christmas in the Catalan capital, here’s a rundown of everything you need to know.
In this weeks, People On The Grid podcast, we chatted with Flavia Idun. Flavia is a qualified practitioner of Kinesiology in Barcelona. She explains the benefits of Kinesiology and shows the success she has had with clients of all ages. Practicing Kinesiology helps Flavia treat a wide variety of health problems. Flavia has been practicing kinesiology for many years now, but now wants to expand from practicing to include teaching it and incorporating it into schools.
In this week’s #Fuel4Fridays, we met with Jessica Boston, a Cognitive Hypnotherapist based out of Barcelona. We talked about hypnotherapy. She tells us why she decided to train as a Cognitive Hypnotherapist after meeting with Trevor Sylvester and seeing the changes in her life. […]
Having evolved from their frivolous origins, online networks are now being used to mitigate crises, crowdsource journalism, connect multinational enterprises, and countless other uses.
But our over-reliance on these networks often involves a hefty price tag.
Surveys have revealed that an astonishing number of individuals receive their news from social media — by some estimates, over 40% of adults. While this may, on the one hand, be hailed as progress towards an informed society, there is heavy concern about the so-called “echo-chamber” bias.
In this week’s People On The Grid, we met with Sydney Pinoy Peyronnet, founder of the Neuros Center, a unique clinical space in the city of Barcelona. He explains the services offered to their clients, which focus on the person.