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What if borders become liquid?

Dear friends & family,
We're busy gathering more amazing human beings into our network and looking forward to hosting another event in our pretty house in Vaduz: our first hackathon ever is coming up! Speaking of which: have you ever thought about what happens when geophysical borders become liquid? As part of our Hackathon, we'll engage with questions like that around the topic of “Digital Citizenship” - read on to look into this a little closer...

We're absolutely stoked and honoured, to be part of Diplomatic World #54! With "THE DRIVE" - a unique interview session in an electric car! For this, we assembled our CEO and co-founder, Christopher, Julia Prettl, transformer and advisory board member, and Diplomatic World publisher, Barbara Dietrich, and took a drive through our beautiful country. The goal was to ask Julia about her new role as a CEO of "THE COMBINATOR", and about diversity and female leadership. You can find the full article here.

READY, SET, GO for the hackathon at THE HUS.institute in Vaduz. We're at full speed organising an interesting day during which we'll pave the way for innovative ideas in terms of digitising systems in our world. We're looking for developers and programmers, along with creatives, open-minded innovators and scientists to become part of this pioneering work! See our website for more information.

Our beautiful office in Vaduz is now ready to be filled with great experiences, after almost one year of refurbishment. Check out the gallery at the end of this newsletter to see how it all turned out!

Christopher, Julia & Barbara in front of the University of Liechtenstein
Shaping the future - are you in?
If you wish, you can send programmers or developers from your own firm for diversification of their work or join us yourself! Either way, we're looking forward to welcoming many great people at THE HUS.institute on 23 November.

Love and Peace,
Christopher & Rudi and the team

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100 years of history continues
THE HUS.institute is at home in a beautiful building in Vaduz, built in 1911. It has been a home to many people over all these years, there were approximately 10 children born in this house - Rudi's grandma is one of them. The last few years it's been vacantness.

We are happy to bring back life into these walls and fill them with great memories, inspiring people and beautiful times with friends and family! Here's a little room tour for you...
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