The Edgeryders guide to incorporating a company based on Estonia's e-residency scheme

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In early 2017 my partners and I founded a new company in Estonia, Edgeryders Osaühing. This has become much easier since the launch of Estonia's e-residency scheme in 2014. We explained our reasons in a separate post. It took quite a lot of research to figure out how to do it: it makes sense to share it, in the hope that it will help those of you considering the same move.

Futuremakers in Rustavi: day 2 of our visit

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Anne looks around with excitement. The 20 something from Rustavi has a lot to share and is happy to be in a room with a diverse group of people from her hometown Rustavi, an industrial city in Georgia, merely 20 minutes driving south of the capital Tbilisi.

Futuremakers Rustavi (Georgia): what we've learned so far

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Rustavi Outdoor Cinema

With her impressive curly hair and colorful shirt, Meri shyly explains she would like Rustavi to have more color, more street art. The city, divided into two parts by the river Mtkvari, suffers from the stereotypical soviet building block color grey. Especially on its "new" side, where the high rises orderly planned, reminiscent of what an uninformed outsider would think the whole post-soviet region looks like.

Call for open science and citizen science protagonists: how do we build ourselves fairer and more inclusive healthcare?

Citizen scientists in the community lab ReaGent

I am actively involved in alternative ways of doing research as one of the initiators behind ReaGent, a publicly accessible biolab that allows citizens to do research independent of institutions. I facilitate and participate in open research projects and teach children and adults alike about biosciences.

Spawning The Reef: re-inventing communal working and living (again)

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2017: welcome to The Reef, from Nadia and Noemi!


A few years ago we started paying close attention to care. Ready-to-go, affordable health and social care was – and still is – unavailable. Not for some unknown person in some distant land, either. For friends and family members, people in our communities, right here. Something had to be done.

OPENCARE: what happened in Year 1

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OPENCARE started in early 2016 with three objectives in mind.

The first: explore the potential of communities to design and deliver care services. Citizen experts and patient innovators were coming up with exciting new products and services for care. What was going on?

No tasks have been added to this group.

The Edgeryders guide to incorporating a company based on Estonia's e-residency scheme

Alberto's picture

In early 2017 my partners and I founded a new company in Estonia, Edgeryders Osaühing. This has become much easier since the launch of Estonia's e-residency scheme in 2014. We explained our reasons in a separate post. It took quite a lot of research to figure out how to do it: it makes sense to share it, in the hope that it will help those of you considering the same move.

Futuremakers in Rustavi: day 2 of our visit

Inge's picture

Anne looks around with excitement. The 20 something from Rustavi has a lot to share and is happy to be in a room with a diverse group of people from her hometown Rustavi, an industrial city in Georgia, merely 20 minutes driving south of the capital Tbilisi.

Futuremakers Rustavi (Georgia): what we've learned so far

Inge's picture
Rustavi Outdoor Cinema

With her impressive curly hair and colorful shirt, Meri shyly explains she would like Rustavi to have more color, more street art. The city, divided into two parts by the river Mtkvari, suffers from the stereotypical soviet building block color grey. Especially on its "new" side, where the high rises orderly planned, reminiscent of what an uninformed outsider would think the whole post-soviet region looks like.

Call for open science and citizen science protagonists: how do we build ourselves fairer and more inclusive healthcare?

Citizen scientists in the community lab ReaGent

I am actively involved in alternative ways of doing research as one of the initiators behind ReaGent, a publicly accessible biolab that allows citizens to do research independent of institutions. I facilitate and participate in open research projects and teach children and adults alike about biosciences.

Spawning The Reef: re-inventing communal working and living (again)

Alberto's picture
2017: welcome to The Reef, from Nadia and Noemi!


A few years ago we started paying close attention to care. Ready-to-go, affordable health and social care was – and still is – unavailable. Not for some unknown person in some distant land, either. For friends and family members, people in our communities, right here. Something had to be done.

OPENCARE: what happened in Year 1

Alberto's picture

image

OPENCARE started in early 2016 with three objectives in mind.

The first: explore the potential of communities to design and deliver care services. Citizen experts and patient innovators were coming up with exciting new products and services for care. What was going on?

No documents have been added to this group.

The Bible of Christian Artifacts

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“The Bible of Christian Artifacts” is one such project that promised to “buy up a bunch of extraordinarily rare and expensive artifacts described in the Bible” as well as “everyday Christian icons and relics.” Christians and treasure hunters alike have flocked to the Kickstarter page, which has migrated to their new website (http://www.christianartifacts.com), to keep up with the online traffic. 

wiki to map needs, clients & existing orgs doing what we can do?

K's picture

In the comment to this post, we can list some examples of already existing orgs which are doing things we can do (better). Institutions and bigger orgs do outsource their stuff and also buy services. Whether they need these services, or whether these institutions should exist in the first place is not important for this wiki. Lets be blunt for a start, and analyse later (whether we want to partner with them or exterminate them).

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