The Aquae Foundation, Hidraqua’s foundation, has launched the first exclusively online Aquae Campus on the topic ‘Innovation & Inspiration’. International experts can share their transformative ideas and projects through this online campus. Experts include the New York publisher and writer Valerie Miles, whose master class was filmed at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche during Aquae Talent Hub, thanks to the support of Hidraqua.
This virtual platform aimed at entrepreneurs and innovators also brings us closer to collective innovation thanks to Cecilia Tham, originally from Hong Kong but based in Barcelona, who is founder of Makers of Barcelona, one of the largest co-working platforms in Spain. Tham is also a teacher at Parsons School of Design in New York and the driving force behind FabCafe, MEAT Creative and Asemble.rs, initiatives that promote collaborative innovation between companies and individuals. In her lecture, Tham describes the Maker movement, a worldwide trend that aims to advance the world of ideas in order to put them into practice.