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=== Movement initiator ===
 
=== Movement initiator ===
This role happen once by two people. The Permanent Future Lab movement is initiated by [[user:Jurjendevries|Jurjen de Vries]] & [[user:Samir_Lahiri|Samir Lahiri]]. Jurjen was inspired by Seats2meet.com and the Society 3.0 book. By sharing his Google Glass to Seats2meet.com visitors he discovered that unexpected things happened. Jurjen also met Samir in an unexpected way. By sharing their passion for innovation they started a journey that created the Permanent Future Lab. The first location where space is being provided to share innovation is [[Seats2meet.com Utrecht CS]] (the Netherlands).
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This role happen once by two people. The Permanent Future Lab movement is initiated by [[user:Jurjendevries|Jurjen de Vries]] & [[user:SamirLahiri|Samir Lahiri]]. Jurjen was inspired by Seats2meet.com and the Society 3.0 book. By sharing his Google Glass to Seats2meet.com visitors he discovered that unexpected things happened. Jurjen also met Samir in an unexpected way. By sharing their passion for innovation they started a journey that created the Permanent Future Lab. The first location where space is being provided to share innovation is [[Seats2meet.com Utrecht CS]] (the Netherlands).

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