Today, we would like to present the following article, written by re:publica CEO and founder Andreas Gebhard and Susanne Eiswirt: "New conference formats in the digital age, by way of the example of re:publica" describes how re:publica has developed into a unique conference format over the years.
The wait is finally over, the tenth re:publica rolls around next week! Today we take one last look back: in 2015 everything was about FINDING EUROPE.
Our re:publica time travel is quickly catching up to 2016. In this edition we're looking back at 2014 and the eighth re:publica. Curtains up for INTO THE WILD!
Our re:publica review is quickly approaching the here and now. On our way, we'll make a quick stop in 2013 and look back at seventh re:publica.
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/Our journey through re:publica's history continues. In this chapter, we look at the ins-and-outs of re:publica 2012: a new venue and new topics, particularly the discussions around ACTA.
Our journey through history continues and in this edition we look at the "motto-less" re:publica 2011. It was the final #rp event at the Kalkscheune and the Friedrichstadtpalast and focused closely on the Arab Spring.
We continue our journey back through time! Our big re:publica retrospective goes into its fourth round. Enter the year 2010, NOWHERE and... Bohemian Rhapsody!
Round 3 of the re:publica review and we're back with re:publica 2009!
The 10th re:publica! Let us take you on a journey back in time to the year 2008. Curtains up for #rp08.
Ten years of re:publica! Join us, as we go back in time through the years... starting with #rp07. Share your memories from those early days.