Leaders of Tomorrow creative space had participated at the annual Co-working
Summit in Tunis, we were invited by Hivos a dutch organization that works as a
main supporter of freedom of expression and an accelerator for cultural spaces.
The summit hosted many visual artists, architects, professional healers, alternative
educators and business entrepreneurs. We were invited to take part in it, contribute
our vision and connect with fellows working in similar fields like ours.
The summit included several workshops in the areas of Creative business modeling,
strategic campaigning, financing, crowdfunding, and aesthetics and design. All
participants shared their vision on how to develop their co working space, market it
and be able to brand it within your community.
It felt great, because we were the only participants at that summit who actually have
a physical space for art and social activism, thus sharing the challenges that we face,
the values that we have as a core team, was an exuberant experience, transformed to
a network of 47 female and male participants from all around the world .
We established to have a network of 47 fresh like-minded youth members, and
owners of creative co-working spaces in the Levant region, the gulf, across the
Mediterranean and in Europe. It was an eclectic experience one of its kind, and soon
enough we will be part of the open movement online, and everyone will be able to
watch our short segment and locate us on the world map as Leaders of Tomorrow co-