New Rebel Events Announced: London, Stockholm, and Amsterdam
We are very excited to share that three new Rebel Events have been added to the international Rebel Tour. The tour continues to expand and attract a very diverse crowd. People from all walks of life come together to fight for a shared purpose: *making work more fun*. After successful events in Eindhoven, Berlin, London, Utrecht, Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, it's time to add three more great cities to the list.
Experiment and adapt
The first event in Eindhoven brought together a big group of 50 rebels. It was our first full-day Rebel Event and altogether a grand experiment. We analysed the feedback and made several changes for the second event in Berlin.
We highly value experimentation as we continue to make changes after each and every event. This way, every Rebel Event is, we hope, better than the last. Our aim is to provide higher quality events, based on continuous experimentation. For example, our recent trip to Australia yielded new insights. We can’t wait to introduce some Aussie learnings to Europe!
New tour dates
In close cooperation with local rebels, we have added more cities to the Rebel Tour. Here they are:
With the help of Bucket List pioneer Henry Stewart, we have organized a second Rebel Event in London. On October 17 we will join with 50 rebels to explore the habits and characteristics of the world’s most progressive organizations. Two months ago, during the first Rebel Event in London, we already strengthened the UK Corporate Rebels movement. And soon, we’ll be back to connect with even more rebels.
Sharing, connecting, and practical experiments are guaranteed! Get your tickets here.
With the help of Spotify last year.
Swedish rebels, get your tickets here and join the Corporate Rebels movement to make work more fun.
And finally, it’s time for us to visit the capital city of our home country! So, on December 6, in collaboration with Viisi Labs we will host a Rebel Event in Amsterdam.
Get your Amsterdam tickets here.
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Become part of the movement
For now, we invite you to join one of the Rebel Events around the world and become part of the fast-growing Corporate Rebels Movement. If you’re keen to co-organize an event in your city, drop us a line at email@example.com. We look forward to collaborating to make work more fun.
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