BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, 26 October 2018 In the light of Sunium’s establishment in April this year, founders Dr Constantin Malik and Nadia Tjahja and the Sunium team invited potential investors, sponsors and partners who support Sunium to our launch party at The Office in Brussels.
After enjoying some refreshments and a brief team introduction, guests were invited to attend a presentation of Sunium. Some of the innovative methods such as Syntegration, Ecopolicy and Sensitivity Modeling marked the discussion as the founders laid out Sunium’s potential contributions to the future partners and clients.
Co-Founder and Chairman Dr Constantin Malik reflected during his speech: “There are too many complex problems that cannot be solved anymore due to outdated decision-making structures. We want to reform the political process and bring new ways of thinking.”
Nadia Tjahja, Co-Founder and CEO took the floor in order to provide our attendees with a presentation on the state of our social enterprise, an overview of the activities we performed this year as well as our upcoming projects in 2019.
This was then completed by an overview of Sunium’s upcoming projects provided by staff members Christine Beck and Virginija Balčiūnaitė, mainly focusing on the upcoming Syntegrations in Tunisia and Ukraine as well as events in the Netherlands. After these interventions, our guests were invited to engage into further talks about the company and celebrate its launch while enjoying some additional refreshments.
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Sunium is currently preparing for sessions at the Internet Governance Forum and upcoming Syntegrations in Tunisia and Ukraine. For more information, follow us on our social media @suniumbv or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunium is a social enterprise that engages in training, research and facilitation of conflict resolution and negotiations activities. Our mission is to foster and safeguard the open and informed society by promoting participatory democracy through new ways of thinking and new tools for governin