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Hi Bytes community,

I hope youíre well. My name is Katinka, I am working in the London OrganiCity team and I wanted to let you know that we launched our Open Call 2017 for experiments last month. Iíve included some information about the project below.

What is OrganiCity?
OrganiCity is a service for experimentation , which explores how citizens, businesses and city authorities can work together to create digital solutions to urban challenges. Now in its third year, OrganiCity has already supported 26 experiments and distributed a total of Ä800,000 to help develop its experimentation service.

Experiments must create digital solutions, so each team must include one or more team members who can understand and use data. We are looking for people who are interested in becoming part of a team and who want to collaborate with communities and people from other disciplines. For this reason, we have created a Connect Section on our website, where potential experimenters can request and offer new skills to form a team.

Deadline for applications is 31st August 2017.

Hereís a link to our website, where you can learn more about the project and see experiments from the first Open Call.

We really appreciate your help and please let me know if you have any questions.

Best regards,
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