TRIBALIZE II: Ashland Regenerative Community Summit
July 28 @ 10:00 am – July 30 @ 6:00 pm
Tribalize Regenerative Community Summit is the thought leadership summit for those who are designing, developing and collaborating on the next generation of new paradigm living projects.
What is the Tribalize Summit?
We realize to help advance the sector, convening the key players would contribute towards enhancing the collective intelligence in the room and empower all of it’s attendees to succeed. So we’ve constructed a marketplace of knowledge and possibilities with the cross-disciplinary visionaries and sages of the sector to help accelerate and enhance the growth of the sector.
- Convene the regenerative community sector participants together
- Build the relational trust field of those participants
- Illuminate sector challenges and trends
- Showcase best practices, business models and case studies
- Incubate projects and match individuals with aligned projects
- Amplify sector trends to the media
- Consider necessary political actions to impact industry growth
What’s the Program?
The TRIBALIZE Summit has been designed to help maximize the collective intelligence and social fusion possible in the room. There’ll be less talking heads on stage, and more participatory and experiential activities. Participants will be broken out regularly into smaller groups for deeper dialogue and intentional relationship building. Generally, the Summit will explore the following subject matters:
- Land ownership/Real Estate Market
- Sustainable business models
- New governance structures
- Currency systems
- Building/Planning codes
- Regenerative technologies
- Social/collaborative practices
- Production management software technologies
Who Should Attend?
TRIBALIZE will convene the marketplace of the visionary architects of the Regenerative Community movement. There will be over 20 professional stakeholder disciplines represented at the Summit, including:
- Land Owners
- Real Estate Brokers
- Real Estate Developers
- Landscape architects
- Urban Planners
- Dome/Yurt Manufacturers
- Solar/Water/Energy Companies
- Community Members
- Political Leaders
- Government Agencies
- Civic Planner
- Building Dept. Neighborhood Councils
- University Professors
- Organizational Consultants
- Healers/Priestesses, Artists, and others