Gåsablot

 

Join us for a weekend filled with inspiration, networking, teamwork and traditions in the heart of Malmö!

Mårtens Afton (The Feast of Sain Martin) is a tradition celebrated in November, often with a Gåsablot. In the past, this event was celebrated all over Sweden. Today it´s more of a Skåne (south part of Sweden)-tradition and we love to invite jaycees from all over the world to join us celebrate this!

The theme for this year’s Gåsablot weekend on November 11-13 is Collaboration across borders.

Preliminary program (subject to minor changes and updates):

Friday evening: Get together and meet new friends
A relaxed evening filled with traditional Swedish ”fredagsmys”. Start approx. 6.30 pm – more info to come.

Saturday morning: Get inspired to act!
This year, we combine the theme for the Gåsablot weekend – ”collaboration across borders” – with this year’s JCI theme – ”just act”. Malmö and the Öresund region provide many good examples of collaboration across borders (may it be national, cultural, or socioeconomic ones). Before lunch, we let ourselves get inspired by some amazing people who have created great initiatives to build bridges across different types of borders. After refuelling our bodies it’s time to play our way to creative solutions, and in true JCI spirit, we will not let you out of the room until we also have discussed the actions necessary to reach our goals!

9:15 – 9:50: Welcome and introduction
9:50– 10:50: Collaboration across cultural and socioeconomic borders in a local context. Ebba Åkerman, founder of Invitationsdepartementet.
10.50-11:00: Short coffee break
11:00-11:30: Panel discussion
11.30-12.30: Collaboration across cultural borders in a business context. Sanila Rana, founder of Multicultural Business Women
12:30 – 13:30: Lunch and networking
13:30 – 15:30: LEGO Serious Play workshop – Building bridges
15:30 – 15:50: Coffee, cake and networking
15:50 – 16:50: Creative workshop: Collaboration across borders in a JCI context
16:50 – 17:00: Concluding words

Saturday evening: Enjoy the traditional goose dinner!
At a traditional Gåsablot, black goose giblet soup is served as a appetizer, goose with potatoes and gravy as the main course together with red cabbage and prunes, and applepie for dessert. This menue is only served this time of the year and is something that many restaurants in Skåne is particularly proud of. And rightly so!

Since we this year also celebrate the 50th anniversary of the JCI Malmö Gåsablot, this will be an extra festive evening with many nice surprises.

We start by drinking a glass of sparkling wine together at 18:30, before we sit down to enjoy the dinnner at 19:00.

Dress code: Black Tie Optional

Sunday morning: Relax and enjoy the city!
Before you go back home, we explore the city of Malmö together. Some would call it sightseeing. We would like to call it sightseeing with a twist 🙂

Price:
Early goose (until 25 september)
Goose dinner: 450 SEK Whole weekend: 799 SEK

Normal goose (26 september – 16 october)
Goose dinner: 500 SEK Whole weekend: 850 SEK

Late goose (17 – 28 october)
Goose dinner: 550 SEK Whole weekend: 900 SEK

JCI Malmö members and AIESEC members (available until October 16)
oose dinner: 399 SEK Whole weekend: 739 SEK
Wine package to the goose dinner: 195 SEK

Accommodation is not included in the above prices, but Hotel Garden offers us the following discounted prices:
Single room: 750 SEK
Twin room: 950 SEK
Mini-double room (one 140 cm bed): 850 SEK

Use booking code ”JCI”. Register here: https://jcimalmo.enkelanmalan.se/5/

Note that the registration will close on 28 October.

Looking forward to see you in Malmö on November 11-13!