Germany: #gov20 Camp v2.0 is Looking Great in Berlin

Government 2.0 Camp in Berlin last year - Great Open Government Data Breakout Session

Government 2.0 Camp in Berlin last year - Great Open Government Data Breakout Session

I attended last year’s event in Berlin and it was incredible.  Hard to believe the the organizing team is already ready for v2.0 in their GovCamp and that it is shaping up so well.

Looks like they will take it to the next level this time, focusing on connecting beginners in web 2.0 in Government to those who have done it before.  Also, looks like they may focus on the next steps in terms of getting some good wins under the movement’s belt.

I have attended many global government 2.0 camps and I have to say that Germany does an incredible job.  Well worth the time if you are nearby and well worth the investment if you need to travel.  I think I will be making the trip, so happy to connect to folks in real life at the event, just drop me a line.

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2 Responses to “Germany: #gov20 Camp v2.0 is Looking Great in Berlin”

  1. great to hear you plan to come! bring lots of experts from everywhere :-) They can also offer sessions – even in english language, there will be enough people who have no problem with english.
    Our orga team is great, just as last year and our progress is fast. We all look forward to a brilliant second Gov20 camp in Berlin.

    See at http://www.gov20camp.de for details, registration is nessessary, link: http://www.gov20camp.de/tickets/
    these pages (sorry!) are still in German, the most relevant line for tickets is the first one: regular price for two days, including the party at Thursday night – 30€ total. Those who want to support the camp, can chose the second line in the tickets table – thats 45€ for both days, payable by supporters and employees of healthy companies (such as me).

    As to sessions: everybody interested, just email me with your suggestion (anke.domscheit-AT-gov20.DE) and I enter it in the planning tool for you. We are particularly interested in sessions with practical content/lessons learned/experiences. Our main topics are eparticipation and open data (but other sessions are possible too).

    hope to see many guests from the rest of the world! follow us on twitter @gov20campB or @gov20de, or me @anked.

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