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Curator Year in Review 2012: Lisa in Berlin — December 11, 2012

Curator Year in Review 2012: Lisa in Berlin

As the end of 2012 approaches, we thought it’d be nice to have an update from our beloved city curators. Lisa Lang in Berlin shares some of her most appreciated events, spaces and top moments of 2012.

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Best event for meeting people?

To be honest, I don’t have a ‘best’ event. Berlin offers so many meetups and events – it is hard to say what is the best as everyones taste/needs are different.

Best event for content shared and learnings?

A highlight in town is definitely the Berlin Geekettes – they just launched the mentorship program for women in tech which will help a lot of people accelerate their careers and lives. Another event are the workshops by the Open Tech School – great place to get started with coding!

Personal event stye preference (breakfast/conference/workshop/etc/etc)?

I love the ‘first presentation then drinks’ events – get more knowledge and networking in one evening is the perfect mix.

Favourite source of local community news?

Twitter, SiliconAllee, uberlin.

Favourite coworking space?

Agora Collective is my absolute favourite, but a bit away from Mitte. Betahaus is still a great place to work in central Berlin.

Favourite cafe with wifi?

At the moment Vis a Vis as it close to my university. Melbourne Canteen is cool and has the best poached eggs in town.

What’s been a personal highlight and not so high moment of the year?

Personal highlights where the launch of my Smashing Book No. #3, hosting almost 10,000 people at Campus Party in Berlin and the launch of the Berlin Geekettes Mentorship Program. Not so high moment was the death of Stephen Richards Covey.

What have you enjoyed about being involved with The Fetch in 2012?

Getting to know more awesome events in town and meeting so many passionate people.

What are you looking forward to in 2013?

Berlin is going to reach another level in 2013. I know a number of events coming to town, more startups and more investors. It will be fast, hard, crazy and absolutely mind-blowing.

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