After coffee, taking the time to welcome everyone and introducing use.design, we started our workshop with a warm-up.
A warm-up (you might say) what is it? It is a time when participants are asked closed-ended questions to break the ice. It is very effective when no one knows each other. Who ate too much at lunch? Who is happy to be Friday? Do you have an unusual hobby? Do you think this workshop will make you enjoy your afternoon?
Yes, it might not sound like much, but imagine, depending on the answer, when candidates move forward or backward without saying a word, or when ask themselves existential questions during the exercise… We are set for good laughter!
Then our partners Hugo Venturini for the Arezzo platform and Sonia Ben Ali for the Urban Refugees association introduced themselves.
Indeed, since the idea was to co-design a platform for social and environmental action sponsorship, and since we had only limited time, it was important to allow participants to take into account 2 concrete examples. Arezzo, who through his artistic sponsorship platform gave us the keys to what works and what does not work today with donors and Urban Refugees, who, as a charitable association, came to talk to us about the difficulties they face on a daily basis.