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WAVE, the exhibition for a new world moves to Nanjing
After Berlin, Wave moved to Nanjing in China from 1 to 11 March 2017. This special edition will be a chance for the bank to hold workshop on the future of banking with both employees and students from Nanjing universities.
Wave continues its world tour at the service of collective ingenuity. At a time when the entire planet is facing tremendous economic, social and environmental challenges, a multitude of initiatives from around the world prove that solutions exist for doing more with less. The common ingredient in all this creative ferment? Collective ingenuity. In the age of social networks, connected objects and collaborative work facilitated by new technologies, we live in an environment where everything becomes more and more interdependent. Imagined and produced by BNP Paribas, this exhibition is a place of exchange and sharing.
Discover the Wave's schedule in Nanjing
WAVE visitors will discover twenty collective ingenuity projects from all over the world and four projects 100% madeInNanjing ! Each WAVE edition is an opportunity to invite innovators to take part in reflections about changing economy in a changing world. WAVE project gave a chance to think differently our world with partners and new economic actors but also between collaborators within BNP Paribas Group.
Bank Of Nanjing will held design thinking workshops with employees and students to imagine new services in a banking industry in transformation. On this occasion, L'Atelier Shanghai will give a keynote on the transformation of the banking sector.
To follow WAVE Nanjing enthusiastic program, connect to their twitter account @expowave and to Bank of Nanjing Wechat.
“ THE WAVE PROJECT SHOWS HOW INDIVIDUALS AROUND THE WORLD ARE FINDING WAYS TO DO MORE WITH LESS. ”
WAVE’s scientific curator
A wave of collective ingenuity is sweeping across the world. Drawing on a wide range of concrete examples, the WAVE exhibition explores the major currents on every continent: co-creation, the sharing economy, the maker movement, the inclusive economy, and the circular economy. These examples feature people from all walks of life who share a positive vision of the world of tomorrow.Discover