kobrizsa

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kobrizsa

Studied Civil Engeneering and Sociology in Budapest, Hungary. Worked as engineer in the field of water management and ecology, worked for Hungarian Cyclists' Club and other nonprofit organization as project manager and communication expert.

In 2010 established a web and online communication company, called Mindforum. In parallel, he also founded a nonprofit company too, called Mindspace to raise awareness about smart city concept, take actions for better cities and non-formal education in the field of sustainability.

He is co-owner of Lumen Cafe and Bar in Budapest from 2013. From 2014 he is a member of the Children of the Elements startup team to work on children stories on tablets for the global market.

As I walk between the high tables set up in the back of the room, I realize these participants are exchanging project information, contacts, ideas and aspirations for a better city.

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Mindspace founders and volunteers work hand in hand concluding and perfecting the last-minute details of the long-awaited urban game that is set to begin in a few hours.

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On 22 March, 2015 we started with a renewed detective game, in which the extra interactive stations made the spring afternoon even more colorful.

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A tavaly elkezdett sikeres '100 szóban Budapest' projekt folytatása újabb izgalmas kihívásokat adott a Mindspace csapatának.

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Between the 28th and the 30th November 2014, MIASTOmovie #2 is being held both at the New Horizons Cinema and in the Wroclaw City. We already know the list of the films which are supposed to trigger discussions.

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When did two weeks pass already? One moment I’m packing, wondering what is waiting for me in Budapest, the next one I find myself half-way into the programme. It’s hard to grasp your feelings and experiences from the middle of them, but one thing I know for sure.

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Date: 7th October 2014
Venue: Prezi HQ | Budapest, Nagymező u. 54.
Sponsor: Visegrad Fund

www.smartcitybudapest.eu/conference2014

More details are coming soon ...

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Within the Hug the Danube program people form a chain around the river on the Erzsébet Bridge and Liberty Bridge and along the wharf, to draw the attention of the city dwellers.

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This year we have been partners of two Slovakian events, thanks to the successful Visegrad Fund proposals of the Back-space and the KC Dunaj organisations. In July we visited the Pohoda Festival, where to we organised Hungarian participants to an interactive talk on the KC Dunaj and Visegrad Fund stage.

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A series of seemingly random events led me to parking my bike at the bike stand in front of Cafe Lumen on a sunny May morning. Entering a new context again and again in the recent years - I learned to take in whatever experience I had waiting for me.

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