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Complementary currencies Igor Byttebier new shoes today

  1. 1. 23/05/11Complementary Currenciesfor business and network goalsWhy, Who, What and HOW? www.newshoestoday.com
  2. 2. Overview1.  Intro: Who we are, What we do tonight?2.  Framing: Why do we do things?3.  Why money/ Why complementary currencies?4.  Creating new currencies: Tough innovation!5.  Best Practice: From the outside– From the inside6.  Do´s and Don´ts7.  Workshops 2 www.newshoestoday.com
  3. 3. HUB CC, TOREKES, SCHOENEN Leander BindewaldIgor Byttebier www.newshoestoday.com
  4. 4. 1. IntroNew shoes today - Igor Byttebier / Karen Van HeuckelomHUB Brussels - Leander Bindewaldü What we do tonight?ü What we don´t do tonight! 4 www.newshoestoday.com
  5. 5. 2. FramingWhy do we do things? ü  FROM THE INSIDE ü FROM THE OUTSIDE 5 www.newshoestoday.com
  6. 6. Bedankt ! 6 www.newshoestoday.com
  7. 7. Bedankt ! 7 www.newshoestoday.com
  8. 8. Bedankt ! 8 www.newshoestoday.com
  9. 9. 3. Why Money? ü  Convenience in exchange ü  Convenience in measuring, valuing ü  Saving 9 www.newshoestoday.com
  10. 10. 3. Why Complementary Currency? The problems of the €uro monopoly = The opportunities for CCUnmet Needs & Underutilised Resources 10 www.newshoestoday.com
  11. 11. 3. New CCs with Social Goals60005000 Argentina Elsewhere Japan4000 Other Europe Italy Germany +3000 Austria Other Europe France Benelux Germany +2000 UK Austria Benelux Australia New Zealand UK1000 USA + Canada USA + Canada 0 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 11 www.newshoestoday.com
  12. 12. 4. CC = Tough Innovation€uro = very HIGH convenience factorü Interchangabilityü SIMPLEü Widely accepted and understoodü Highly efficient TIME = MONEYü People are USED to it, and highly emotional about it 12 www.newshoestoday.com
  13. 13. 5. Examples: Best Practices Categorizing Complementary Currencies:ü Competitive – Cooperativeü Commercial – Socialü Geographically – Themeü Paper – Virtualü Intrest – No Intrest – Negative Intrestü Mutual Credit – Fiat Moneyü From the Outside – From the Inside 13 www.newshoestoday.com
  14. 14. From the Outside: Air Miles 14 www.newshoestoday.com
  15. 15. nich. After my traineeship as a vocational school teacher I became a Waldorf teacher atWaldorf school in Prien am Chiemsee in 2002. Prien is in the south-east of Bavaria about From the Outside: RegioGeldkilometres from Munich. The region is called ‘Chiemgau’. About half a million people there. Paying with Chiemgauer at lake Chiemsee he picture you see one of our members paying for her meal with the Chiemgauer ency. Her name is Julia Kollmannsberger and she is the owner of a shop called "Regionalrket at Prien am Chiemsee". In the background is lake Chiemsee, the geographic centre of region. No town of the Chiemgauer-region is more than 50 kilometres away from lakeemsee. emgauer is an example for a so-called Regiomoney, which is defined as a monetary em only valid within a region which has the size of about one or two districts. The ned region has to be large enough to establish relevant business cycles which can provide inhabitants with about 50% of needed goods and services.HAT IS THE PROBLEM WITH MONEY? ney is an agreement to use a medium for exchanging goods and services, saving andesting in business and donating to non-profit-organizations. But money is also used for 15 rding and speculation. www.newshoestoday.com ou compare the total world trade in goods and services with the foreign exchange trade, will find that for the year 2007 only 1.2 percent of all money is used for world trade
  16. 16. From the Outside: C3, Brazil - Uruguay - Spain C3 – Commercial Credit Circuit 16 www.newshoestoday.com
  17. 17. From the Outside: Torekes,Gent www.newshoestoday.com
  18. 18. From the Inside: WIR, Switzerland 18 www.newshoestoday.com
  19. 19. From the Inside: LETS, TimeBanks 19 www.newshoestoday.com
  20. 20. From the Inside: Transition Town Currencies, UK 20 www.newshoestoday.com
  21. 21. From the Inside: Hubees & Huney, HUB Brussels 21 www.newshoestoday.com
  22. 22. Examples: Many others SEL Furrai Kippu 22 www.newshoestoday.com
  23. 23. 6. Learning: from others & by doing From the Outside – From the Inside VISION: What is it exactly that we want! COMMUNITY: Do we have enough community around this wish? CREATE NEW VALUE:‘Are we able to create new value with our initiative? 23 www.newshoestoday.com
  24. 24. 6. Learning: from others & by doingü  Target group ü  Organisational integrityü  Motivation ü  Legal issuesü  Boundaries (participants, ü  Organisational structure content, ...) ü  Managementü  ‘Create loops: linking assets ü  Team and continuity to needs ü  Controlü  Organisational authority and ü  Costs & financing (start up partners and continuity)ü  Mechanism (issuance, ü  Tax issues demurrage) ü  Link with €uro or otherü  Paper, virtual, software currencies/communitiesü  Technical safety www.newshoestoday.com
  25. 25. 7. Workshops1.  How to create your own CC ?2.  Portrait: HUB CC, Torekes, Schoenen3.  More about existing CCs: Design, Categorization4.  Your suggestions… www.newshoestoday.com
  26. 26. 23/05/11www.newshoestoday.com/realityIgor Byttebier & Leander Bindewald www.newshoestoday.com