A punto de finalizar nuestra aventura por tierras orientales, no nos íbamos a quedar con las ganas de contaros las últimas novedades de esta gran experiencia, que está siendo Unreasonable at Sea, y que esta semana nos ha traído a Tokio y Kyoto y que, en breve, nos llevará a Sanghai.

Han sido jornadas intensivas, de trabajo y reuniones, en las que hemos visitado, por ejemplo, el impresionante recinto del Centro Internacional de Exposiciones Tokyo Big Sight, donde se celebra estos días InterAqua 2013, certamen que pone de relieve las innovaciones y nuevos productos que abarca todas la empresas de agua (no fueron pocas las complicaciones que tuvimos hasta llegar a nuestro destino, ¡queda claro que el japonés no es lo muestro!).

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After quite a few complications reaching our final destination we can confirm that Japanese is not one of our key strengths!

Durante la Feria, pudimos entrevistarnos con NEDO – Organización de Nuevas Energías y Desarrollo Tecnológico en Japón- y la Global Water Intelligence, a quién pudimos presentar nuestro nuevo modelo de Open Source (aquí tampoco faltaron las anécdotas por culpa del idioma…).

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Y de Tokyo a Kyoto para participar en el Wordshop, organizado por TEDxTokyo, que contó con la presentación de Tom Chi, ex Jefe de experiencia de GoogleX y mentor en el Instituto de Iniciativas No Razonables, que nos acompañará durante las próximas paradas en el barco.

Nuestra mente está ya puesta en Sanghai, el próximo día 3 de febrero pisaremos suelo chino.

Queremos aprovechar esta nueva entrada  para presentaros a tres miembros de nuestra Green Revolution: Laurabeth Goldsmith, Tom Bearor y Daniella Fajardo.

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Thanks a lots to believe in Aquaphytex

LauraBeth Goldsmith: “I am interested in going into international development and working on initiatives that help to make the world a better place. I believe that Aquaphytex is one of these companies that can transform the way water is produced worldwide and can bring fresh water to millions of people worldwide. I am excited to be part of the Green Revolution”.

Tom Bearor: “Aquaphytex has the ability to change lives, and the world, for the better. I have always dreamt of being a part of something that will help those around the world, which is why I joined the revolution”.

Daniella Fajardo: “I am convinced that Aquaphytex will and is doing everything it can to purify water for unprivileged people around the world; cleaner water, healthier people, a happier world. This is why I joined Pedro´s army”.

As our adventure on this side of the world is approaching its end we absolute cannot wait to bring you the latest news. This great experience, called Unreasonable at Sea, has brought us this week to Tokio and Kyoto and will very soon see us heading to Shanghai.

Busy days filled with work and meetings during which we have visited, among others, the amazing hall that is the Tokyo Big Sight International Exhibition Centre where the InterAqua 2013 is taking place as you read this -(after quite a few complications reaching our final destination we can confirm that Japanese is not one of our key strengths!). The latest innovations and products in the water resources field are being presented at this event.

During these days, we have  ad the chance to exchange ideas with people from NEDO (The New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization) and also Global Water Intelligence and we have introduced our new Open Source model to them (needless to say, there have been a few funny moments given by our language barriers once again).

After Tokyo we sailed to Kyoto to attend the workshop organized by TEDx Tokyo with a presentation given by Tom Chi, GoogleX experience ex director (or boss) and mentor at  the Unreasonable Institute who will join us during our next few stops on board.

With our mind set on Shanghai we will be on Chinese soil on the 3rd Feb.

We want to take the opportunity with this new entry to introduce three of our partners involved  on the Green Revolution:  Laurabeth Goldsmith, Tom Bearor y Daniella Fajardo.

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