1. BACKSTAGE: Zipcar and Buzzcar founder Robin Chase talks about the collaboration economy || THE FEAST


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    Robin Chase, founder of Zipcar and Buzzcar talks about the success that’s possible behind peer incorporated models and collaboration. She discusses her experience and what she found in developing Zipcar and more recently Buzzcar. Join us: http://feastongood.com http://facebook.com/feastongood http://twitter.com/feastongood

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    • Checkdisout #6: Future Mobility


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      http://checkdisout.com/category/checkdisout-events/future-mobility-checkdisout-events/ "Checkdisout #6: Future Mobility" looks at new developments within mobility and personal transportation. The panel guests on February 16, 2012 at Kunstverein Hamburg are: - Robin Chase, founder and CEO of Buzzcar, co-founder and former CEO of Zipcar http://buzzcar.com - Markus Barnikel, CEO of carpooling.com http://carpooling.com - Andreas Leo, Corporate Communications Manager of car2go, http://car2go.com

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      • Checkdisout #7: Transformation Design Fund Raiser Video


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        Checkdisout Seit November 2008 präsentiert Checkdisout eine in Hamburg einmalige Diskussionsreihe zu Themen aus Gesellschaft, Medien, Kunst und Kultur. Checkdisout sucht Partner, die mit uns den weiteren Ausbau der Reihe vorantreiben möchten. Checkdisout braucht Eure Unterstützung! Für unsere nächste Veranstaltung am 28. Februar 2013 im Kunstverein Hamburg benötigen wir 9.500 EUR zur Durchführung und Deckung aller Kosten inklusive Organisation, Vorbereitung und Moderation des Panels, Raummiete, Technik, Auf- und Abbau, Abendpersonal, Reisekosten und Unterkunft der Sprecher, Videodokumentation und Trailer Video. Checkdisout ist eine not-for-profit Veranstaltung von Matthias Weber in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Kunstverein Hamburg. Warum Checkdisout? Ich habe Checkdisout vor vier Jahren in Hamburg ins Leben gerufen, weil es damals keine Veranstaltungen in dieser Art in Hamburg gab. Die Situation hat sich zwar in Hamburg etwas verbessert, trotzdem passiert immer noch zu wenig. Das möchten mein Team und ich ändern. Leider ist es für eine so kleine Veranstaltung extrem schwierig, langfristig private Sponsoren zu gewinnen. Auch die Stadt Hamburg hat Checkdisout bisher nur punktuell im Rahmen einer Veranstaltung unterstützt. An wen richtet sich Checkdisout? Checkdisout richtet sich an alle, die sich mit aktuellen Themen und Entwicklungen auseinandersetzen: Medienschaffende, Verlagsmenschen, Intellektuelle, Macher, Produzenten, Visionäre, wache Köpfe, Kreative, Studenten, Künstler, Journalisten, Musiker, Planner, Bürger, Arbeitslose, Rentner, Schüler. Themen und Termine 2013 Checkdisout #7: Transformation Design. (Neuer Termin: 28. Februar 2013) Checkdisout Special: Netzgemüse. (geplant für Februar 2013) Checkdisout #8: The Rise of the Curator and the new Gatekeepers. (geplant für Juni 2013) Checkdisout #9: Let's Talk about Sex! (geplant für Oktober 2013). Sprecherdetails in Kürze! Ort: Kunstverein Hamburg Wer steht hinter Checkdisout? Das Checkdisout Team besteht aus: Matthias Weber (Gründer, Moderator und Veranstalter, Hamburg) Beate Anspach (Kunsteverein Hamburg) Mirko Kubein (Video-Dokumentation, Berlin) Simon Semrau (Event Manager, Hamburg) Johannes Ziebandt (Animation und Video, Würzburg) Checkdisout Sprecher Alumni 2008-2012 (in order of appearance): Ruben Jonas Schnell (ByteFM, Hamburg, Preisträger Grimme Online Award 2009) Ulrich Stock (DIE ZEIT, Hamburg) Eric Wahlforss aka Forss (SoundCloud, Berlin) Oke Göttlich (Finetunes, Hamburg) Alain Bieber (GuteSeiten, Art Magazin, Hamburg) Alexander Böker (Chesley, Hamburg) Verena Dauerer (Ex-Pingmag, Page Hamburg) Markus Peichl (LeadAcademy, Hamburg) Guido Heffels 
 (Heimat Berlin)
 Friedrich von Borries 
 (Raumtaktik, Berlin)
 Derek Richards 
 (Piece of Cake, Hamburg)
 Nina Rieke 
(buerobraun, Hamburg) Matthias Schmidt 
(Scholz & Friends Group, Hamburg) Frerk Lintz
 (FOLGE Mag, Berlin)
 Nikolai Longolius 
(Schnee von Morgen, Berlin)
 Stephanie Renner 
 (tape.tv, Berlin)
 Volker Heise 
(zero one film, Berlin, Gewinner Deutscher Fernsehpreis, Bayerischer Fernsehpreis) Prof. Carlo Ratti 
(Director MIT Senseable City Lab, Boston, USA)
 Anne Vogelpohl 
(Goethe Universität Frankfurt) Tino Buchholz 
 (Stadtplaner und Filmemacher, Universität Groningen, NL)
 Julian Petrin
 (Gründer und CEO, nexthamburg) Robin Chase
 (Gründerin von Zipcar, GoLoco und Buzzcar, Paris)
 Andreas Leo 
(Corporate Communications Manager Daimler Car2Go)
 Markus Barnikel 
(CEO Carpooling.com) VIELEN DANK!

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        • Cleantech is sexy!


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          Robin Chase, Zipcar: "Cleantech is the strategic, economic and competitive field to be in". Robin Chase is co-founder of Zipcar, perhaps the world's most succesful car sharing service, and currently the CEO of GoLoco.org and Meadow Networks. She is known as a global thought leader in the transportation sector. And according to TIME Magazine Robin Chase is one of the world's 100 most influential people. We bumped into Robin Chase at the launch of Nordic Cleantech Open on Iceland. By Martin Kubert, mk@venturecup.dk

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          • For the Greener Good: "Divorce Your Car"


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            While public transportation use continues to rise in America, the overall number of people served is fairly small. What will it take to get Americans out of their cars? What is the role of private business in public transit? How do you provide a variety of transit options? How can we design neighborhoods that are more walkable and encourage public transit? Listen to Robin Chase, Co-founder, Zipcar and Founder and CEO, GoLoco; Bert Gregory, FAIA, President and CEO, Mithun Architects + Designers + Planners; and Shelley Poticha, President and CEO, Reconnecting America discuss how to encourage more energy efficient travel for the future. Juliet Eilperin, a journalist at The Washington Post, moderates the program.

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            • FUEL Daytime Compilation


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              Highlights from the daytime programming of the inaugural FUEL future forum in Vancouver, Canada. Created by Cause+Affect, FUEL brought together leaders, entrepreneurs, designers and engaged citizens to explore the future of how we live, work and lead across four sectors relevant to our city; Food, Design, Sustainability and Technology. Over the course of two days, attendees engaged in a variety of experiences including dialogues, trend insights, panel discussions, workshops, and de-conference style sessions, each delivering unique interactions, inspiration and tools for innovation and impact.

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              • lift 2011- URBAN - Robin Chase


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                Intervention de Robin Chase le 7 Juillet lors du Lift 2011 à Marseille

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                • LOTE4: The Stewardship


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                  A key aim of Edgeryders is to facilitate and encourage mutual support between community members and collaboration on projects. Whether you were at #Lote4 or not, the doors to what follows are wide open. We've put together this overview to help everyone get on board and do things we are passionate about: http://goo.gl/eftBlf

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                  • LSC2013 - Robin Chase "Cómo empezamos con Zipcar"


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                    Robin Chase explica los inicios de Zipcar y cómo lanzaron un servicio mínimo para aprender de sus clientes antes de desarrollar un servicio completo. Robin también comenta las oportunidades de los modelos de negocio basados en el aprovechamiento de recursos ociosos, utilizando ejemplos de todo tipo de sectores.

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                    • Moving Beyond the Automobile: Car Sharing


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                      In the third episode of Moving Beyond the Automobile, we take a look at a more efficient way to use a car. Car sharing allows users to evaluate the full cost of each car trip, which encourages them to decide what the most appropriate mode choice is for a specific trip. Zipcar, a leading global car sharing organization, reports that members walk and bike 10-15% more than they did before joining Zipcar. They also report that members save $600 a month when they choose car sharing over owning a private automobile. So while car sharing isn't exactly "Moving Beyond the Automobile," it is a great way for cities and individuals to help make the transportation network more efficient and become less dependent on owning a private cars. (Note: This series is made possible by funding from the Fund for The Environment & Urban Life.)

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