In order to manifest our vision of a sustainable world through creating positive change, we defined a few conditions that need to be fulfilled if you want to host an event at our Center.

When requesting to host events at think.dk, the process depends on whether you would like regular events or a one time event.

For a one time event then these are the steps you take:

  1. Read the conditions below to see whether you agree and fulfil them
  2. Fill out the Event Proposal Form
  3. Wait for an e-mail response to move further

If you would like to host regular events these are the steps you take: (make sure to read the special conditions for hosting regular/multiple events*)

  1. Read the conditions below to see whether you agree and fulfil them
  2. Fill out the Event Proposal Form
  3. Attend the Event Group Meeting (every second Friday of the month at 17:30) to have the events approved by the Event Group

If you have any questions then you are always welcome to write events@think.dk

Conditions for hosting events at think.dk:

  1. You need to be a think.dk member
  2. You need to have minimum two Backers 
  3. The event needs to be somehow working towards sustainable change (environmentally, socially, culturally or economically) and be aligned with our mission and values
  4. If you plan to sell tickets, you pay a share of the ticket income to think.dk: 50 % of each ticket sold to non-members
    For tickets sold to members of think.dk, you do not pay any share of the ticket price to think.dk. As an exchange, paying members of think.dk get 50% discount on their ticket
  5. If you plan to sell products at events you pay a share of 50% to think.dk for each product sold. If a separate person is selling products at your event, they need to be a think.dk member. 
  6. You need to sign and give us the Event Hosting Agreement either physically or through e-mail to start@think.dk before having your event(s). Here you can find the 'Spring 20' Event Hosting Agreement'
  7. You give a short intro about think.dk at the beginning of your event and make sure to read and follow the Event Hosting Guideline .
  8. You put the event description on the website yourself following the guideline, create a facebook event and put the think.dk badge on event graphics/pictures
  9. You need to fill out the Event Feedback and Income Form after each event (including events with no entrance price)
  10. *hosts of regular/multiple events: Attend an Event Group Meeting (every second Friday of the month at 17:30) to have the events approved by the Event Group (if this is not possible, please contact events@think.dk to make other arrangements)
  11. *hosts of continuous/multiple events: You choose to contribute to the think.dk community by either 1. joining the Event Team and taking on event-related tasks (contact events@think.dk) OR 2. paying 300kr/month where you are then not involved in taking event related tasks.
  12. Your event needs to be publicly accessible, if it is a private event then you can contact think.dk about renting the space

Sending Your Request

Are you ready to host an event? Then go ahead and fill out the event proposal form! We will get back to you once we have received your proposal. If you need to get in contact with us you can write directly to events@think.dk

If you have general questions relating to events or want to find Backers, we ask you to join the Slack channel called #events. To access the channel, you sign up on slack.com and join the workspace thinkdk.slack.com (if you have any problems joining the channel contact events@think.dk)

We look forward to accelerating change with you!

Event Requests and Process

The final decision of whether your event will go ahead is decided by either think.dk for one time events or by the Event Group at the Event-Group meeting for regular events, so in this case it is important for you to attend. (If this is not possible, please contact events@think.dk)

The Event Group also has a responsibility to keep a balance in the calendar with respect to the types of events. Therefore, if your event is in an over represented area of focus, you may be put on a waiting list.