The Camp


Find out about the 2019 innovation camp

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An international innovation camp to explore your own purpose, create solutions to meet the needs of your local community and to empower you to train other people with the same focus. Examples of the activities/toolkit below. Reporting success, lessons learnt and feedback will be part of the process after the camp.


The camp is based in the cities of Lucern and Bern in Switzerland.  It will be based in a number of creative and co working spaces in these cities. You will be staying in a capsule hotel and YMCA hostel.


The camp is completely free (Normally valued at $2000 per place), we just ask that you multiply out what you learn by passing it on. To attend you have to apply, all successful applicants will have all their accommodation, food, materials and transport within the camp covered. You just need to get yourself to the camp .


14:00 Monday 28th October 2019 until 14:00 2nd November 2019 .


The innovation camp is designed for up to 9 teams of two people, who are aged between 18-59. Importantly you are looking to either start a business, organization, association or initiative, or take one to the next level, rather than just talk about it. Also they need to ready to pass on what they have learned to others.


To help develop new skills, processes and focus, while building your global network. Meeting like minded people and using the time to help bring momentum to what you want to be doing locally.

Assistance with Travel costs to Switzerland is available in certain circumstances, contact us for further information.



This is the basis of the camp’s program, but there will be plenty of time for networking together.

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ELab Game Map

A real board game that helps navigate you through your project initiation and personal positioning.

ELab Sprint Map

A journal to aid your development, including what is learned during the camp.

Practical active learning

All training will have a focus on small groups and be interactive. Ensuring it is all practically applicable to your project.


Using tools like Gallop Strengths Finder 2.0 to focus in on your strengths and use this as a basis for your personal development.


Using tools like the Value - ME Test to find out what drives you and is important to you and therefore to your project.

Mind Training

Techniques to focus our minds, habits and decision making.  Help to better connect your thoughts better to your actions.