Why Joining a Network?

I was first introduced to the idea of joining The Thousand Network back more than two years ago. At that time is was still called Sandbox. I got intrigued by an email I got from Mia Jung, the Cph Hub ambassador at the time. We met for a breakfast meeting before work and after a few cups of coffee and a great chat I started to understand what is was all about. By now I must say I find it pretty fantastic to be a part of a group with over 1000 bright minds from all over the world and cross various industries. Likewise I’m honoured to help other members when I can.


The Thousand Network is a global community that works across sectors, borders and cultures and aims to help its members strive for their best potential. Our vision is to build a global community of exceptional, passionate pioneers who inspire and empower each other to create a better world. 


Thats what’s written on the front page of the website and it’s pretty spot on. http://thousandnetwork.com/

Already now I’ve had some extraordinary experiences by being a part of this community and one more experience is coming up soon! Next week I will go to stockholm to spend a weekend with aprox 30 members from all over the world. Thats going to be pretty interesting 😃

Our hub in Copenhagen are always looking for new members. Just recently we hosted a breakfast meeting introducing new minds. Feel free to reach out if you want more info, or check out the CPH hub description here: http://thousandnetwork.com/hubs/copenhagen/
I will highly encourage you to find a network suitable for you. There you will experience to gain – by giving.
A few photos from the CPH retreat back in March 2014.



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