Wolf Jeschonnek

“If you only start looking in a niche, the solutions are not so extensive.” – Interview with Wolf Jeschonnek

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Download the full interview as a PDF (German only).

Young, dynamic, international are some of the descriptors that instantly come to mind as soon as you enter the FabLab in Berlin: typical Berlin. Right here one can find the huge potential of a lively FabLab: a random melting pot of people with different backgrounds, ages, interests, and skills. This is a factor that is ignored or created artificially at corporate business incubators. “Those act in a more goal-oriented and pragmatic fashion so that the potential of innovation is distinct to us. If you only start looking in a niche, the solutions are not so extensive. We are the opposite because we are very broad”, Wolf mentions. But he knows he still owes a proof for the FabLab’s ability to innovate. So far one cannot blame him for lacking that proof. It’s only been three years since the foundation; three years in which Wolf and his team stepped forward into a collaborative and creative future that still is far away for many of us.

Download the full interview as a PDF (German only).


Picture Source: FabLab Berlin

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