In this special edition of our People On The Grid podcast, we attended the SwitchMed conference and had the pleasure of chatting with International Switchers about their sustainable projects. We chatted with Nour Kays, John Atick and Yair Teller.
In this People On The Grid, we get to know Alexia Chellun, a singer-songwriter who is launching her new album called ‘Open’. With her soothing and relaxing voice, she performs for us acoustic versions of her latest songs: “All That Remains”, “Open” and “Take Your Destiny”.
This week we met with Benedicte Bodard from Mesa Bonita. She chatted with us about the importance of upcycling, and about giving old items a second life. Her work for Mesa Bonita consists of reusing old floor tiles and turning them into practical and beautiful pieces of art, such as tables and coasters.
Tucked away on a back street in the barrio of Gràcia, is the hip artisan café SlowMov. At SlowMov they serve freshly roasted and specially crafted coffee, that promotes the philosophy of ‘collaboration within societies’.
In this week’s People on The Grid, we interviewed Barbara Montaner Vega; we talked about the concept of Digital Diet. Her former job in New York City as an IT lawyer gives her a sturdy base for her consultancy business that she created a few years ago, that gives digital solutions.
In this week’s People On The Grid, we discuss food waste with Sofie Amalie Damkjær Østensgård from WeFood. WeFood is located in Denmark, and it is the first food surplus supermarket there. It was opened through an NGO Charity, that saw the high amounts of food waste in the country as a problem that could be fixed.
In today’s People On The Grid, we met with Teresa Ferreiro. After living in many parts of the world where she worked in communication and marketing. This award-winning author, coach and motivational speaker, discovered she had breast cancer. Today, we talk about her experience with Cancer and how it led her to write the book “I have breast cancer – What now?”.
Jo Turnbull started in SEO while working for a mobile tech company. She is now a commercially aware professional with over nine years of experience in website design, development, and online marketing. In today’s People On The Grid, she discusses SEO and how social media should work together.
Jessica Boston is a practitioner of Cognitive Hypnotherapy based in Barcelona. It is different from traditional schools of hypnotherapy. It is an approach that uses principles of neuroscience to change the way you experience the world and redefine deep-rooted beliefs. It is more flexible and produces long last results.
Regina is a pioneer of the German storytelling scene. She established a house of stories and tales in her hometown of Aachen (Border city between Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany) in 1996 to engage a German-speaking storyteller network and bring storytelling back into people’s memory. Continue reading “People On The Grid with Regina Sommer: Storytelling”