3.1 Start small-

  • People are the most important element – getting good people involved.

3.2 Infrastructure/logistics

  • You will need tools, computers, transport, materials, logistics, food funding, support… Source chairs, tables,furniture, computers, pens and paper. Think broadly and think sustainably. Ask local groups and businesses what they can donate to the cause, think reuse, recycle, reclaim etc local diy and trade suppliers will donate surplus wood and materials, help to build the circular/sharing economy. Create a wish list of things you need, display it prominently in the centre and online.

3.3 Online presence 

  • Set up an email address, website and social media sites, such as a Facebook page, Twitter, instagram, snapchat secure your digital domains – make sure 3 people share the passwords- with some pre-agreements on use – (tech working group).