Creative Mornings Berlin

CM Berlin is back. Face to face. On May 13, 8:30 at @popkudamm. This month’s theme is "Now".

CreativeMornings is a global event network organized by volunteers in 223 metropolitan areas. Month after month, creative minds meet on a Friday for a free 20 min breakfast lecture under a worldwide monthly theme. In May, the global theme is “Now“.

CM Berlin was the 7th CreativeMornings chapter, hosting its first event in August 2011. The talks (in English) are aimed at new creatives in the city, as well as established entrepreneurs. Some of the most popular Berlin speakers were: Joachim Sauter (†), Van Bo Le-Mentzel, Martina Flor, Yang Liu, Sascha Lobo, Kathrin Passig, Adam Fletcher, Susanne Koelbl, Peter Breuer, Lutz Engelke, Erica Wolfe-Murray, Michael Johnsen and Underware.

CREATIVEMORNINGS BERLIN @ POP KUDAMM

For the event on May 13 at Popkudamm, the CM BER team was able to recruit the anthropologist and coach Veronica Kirin. She is one of the inaugural ‘Forbes NEXT 1000 Upstart Entrepreneurs Redefining the American Dream’. Veronica will talk about the post-pandemic challenges and irritations for the creatives community.

INFORMATION & TICKETS

A free ticket for the 101st CreativeMornings Berlin on May 13 (8:30) can be booked here from May 9, 10:00 am. 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Veronica Kirin  is a serial entrepreneur, anthropologist, and Croatian American living in Berlin. She works with small business owners around the world to scale their impact and income using her Three Pillars of Business Scaling™ system. Veronica was named one of Business Equality Network’s (BEQ) 40 LGBTQ Leaders Under 40 and recognized in Go Magazine’s „100 Women We Love“ … and she is a Forbes NEXT 1000 Upstart Entrepreneurs Redefining the American Dream. Her two TEDx Talks feature her anthropological research on paradigm shifts. Her first such book, Stories of Elders (Identity Publications, 2018), won the National Indie Excellence Award for U.S. history and was a finalist for the International Book Awards for general history. The documentary based on that research also won finalist honors in the Lift-Off Film Festival, a global short-film showcase.

Veronica Kirin  is a serial entrepreneur, anthropologist, and Croatian American living in Berlin. She works with small business owners around the world to scale their impact and income using her Three Pillars of Business Scaling™ system. Veronica was named one of Business Equality Network’s (BEQ) 40 LGBTQ Leaders Under 40 and recognized in Go Magazine’s „100 Women We Love“ … and she is a Forbes NEXT 1000 Upstart Entrepreneurs Redefining the American Dream. Her two TEDx Talks feature her anthropological research on paradigm shifts. Her first such book, Stories of Elders (Identity Publications, 2018), won the National Indie Excellence Award for U.S. history and was a finalist for the International Book Awards for general history. The documentary based on that research also won finalist honors in the Lift-Off Film Festival, a global short-film showcase.

PHOTO CREDITS
CM BER Speaker Veronica Kirin: © Bud Kibby
Header: © Norman Posselt