Welcome to Interact for Good Day
During the Interact for Good day, we give young people a vote on the future of communication. During the whole day, young people get together with their dreams about future city interactions. Under the influence of new technology, such as virtual reality, augmented reality, face recognition, speech, robotics, artificial intelligence etc. namely change interactions in the city between people and organizations. At the end of the day, we organize a City Interactions Event where we will give professionals the opportunity to talk with young people to insert their own question and to be inspired by start-ups.
Young people as a participant
More than 200 young people from various schools in the Amsterdam metropool region are participating in the battle of various city interactions such as serve, information, check in, parking, navigate, delivery, living, working, shopping, learning etc. We make them in a inspiring and active way conscious of the role of new technology and let them reflect on the interest of their privacy.
Professionals as a visitor
We invite at the end of the day more than 50 professionals of large and medium-sized organizations to actively discussion with young people on the future of communication. During this separate City Interactions Event we give them inspiration about changing interactions in urban environments under the influence of new technology.
Start-ups as an inspirator
We invite start-ups to inspire young people and professionals to enrich their dreams over city interactions. at the same time the start-ups get feedback on their innovations.
The inspiring Interact for Good day program exists from:
Interact for Good sessions starting from 9:30 am (for classes in the morning and afternoon)
Interact for Good exposition
Start-up inspiration tour
City Interactions discussion event
Date: Friday april 15, 2020 from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Drink & more
Visit us on april 15 from 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm on the City Interactions Event. Please subscribe here for the event:
Our event in November 2018: