Do we want our burn to be international?
This year's tickets will be available through our own ticketing system, and not through www.burnertickets.com.
I am assuming that because of that, we will lose quite a bit of international exposure. Less people from abroad, and in general also less people that have not heard of Kiezburn yet, will not have an easy way to discover that Kiezburn exists at all.
What would be possibilities to let the international burner community know about Kiezburn?
Poll Created Thu 30 Jan 2020 10:28PM
Should Kiezburn be international? Closed Sat 29 Feb 2020 6:00PM
|Results||Option||% of points||Voters|
||Yes, that would be good||75.0%||6||DG D DU P D|
||No, it doesn't matter||25.0%||2||KW M|
|Undecided||0%||251||DU J SE N L C JT T L GE RH J CD J NP JP|
8 of 259 people have voted (3%)
Karlo Walz Wed 12 Feb 2020 7:14AM
International is not a value of its own..
Radical inclusion is that we already post a lot on website, in FB Discussion groups, European Leadership Meetings..