DIF on AIR Ecosystems Thinking: From Information to Wisdom

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  • Jose Alcocer

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Following the principles of biological patterns, evolutionary strategies and ecosystems dynamics, 7Vortex is a collaborative platform that provides the ability to capture and share insights in a naturally connected way.

By connecting interdisciplinary knowledge, visualising its relationships and understanding the value that every network agent can bring to an ecosystem, it is possible to utilise collective wisdom to inspire a new generation of thinkers, creators, inventors and entrepreneurs.

Join this talk to hear how an emerging global community of changemakers is using an ecosystems approach to complex problem solving and purposeful innovation.


Jose Alcocer

Jose Alcocer

Cofounder at 7vortex

Jose is a business designer and entrepreneur working at the intersection of technology and sustainability. He is the cofounder of 7Vortex, the first bio-inspired platform designed to capture, connect and share multidisciplinary knowledge with an ecosystemic perspective. Jose has helped numerous businesses to design impactful strategies through his consulting practice at Firstday. He also sits at the board of Fieldstations, a non-profit created to promote research and knowledge on the Anthropocene. Prior to these, Jose had a prosperous corporate career in the Aerospace industry.


Seb Egerton-Read

Seb Egerton-Read

Social Media and Content Manager

Seb makes sure the DIF’s content reaches the right people on a global scale through resourceful and creative marketing. He also feeds into the DIF's long-term strategy. When Seb isn’t working on the DIF, he’s busy managing the Foundation’s social media accounts and producing regular content across platforms as well as writing for Circulate news.

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