Milestones in the development

September 3rd 2013
Official launch of the InCo Book - The Magic of Contribution in the Slovenian space took place on the 3rd of September 2013 at 6pm in front of the restaurant Druga Violina, Stari trg 21, Ljubljana. Some pictures from the event can be viewed in the photo gallery.

July 17th 2013
InCo movement officially launched the InCo Book "The Magic of Contribution. From inspiration through innovation to intuition and beyond, manifested by the power of InCo movement" on the 17th of July 2013 at the 57th World Conference of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (Hai Phong City, Viet Nam). The book is about the power of movements, co-creation, contribution and the results that followed. The individual matters, a collective intelligence matters. We are all connected and the book shows how this could be used for a systemic development of a society, organization and individual. Read, challenge yourself and make a difference in this world.

July 3rd 2013
InCo movement published a book about the development and achievements of InCo movement entitled "The magic of contribution. From inspiration through innovation to intuition and beyond, manifested by the power of InCo movement." The book consists of 4 chapters, each chapter describes a specific developmental period of InCo movement.

March 21st 2013
The third InLoCom conference - the conference on innovative local community was held in Ivančna Gorica. Awards for the innovative projects of the local communities were granted.

January 2013
An InLoCom partnership is declared between Vibacom, Heart of Slovenia and Municipality of Ivančna Gorica for the national conference on innovative local communities InLoCom 2013.

October 2012
I2 and the model for mass innovation presented at the BIN@PORTO 2012 in Portugal.

December 10th 2012
Inco movement organized the final InCo event in 2012, as part of the events, meetings of the members of the InCo movement with a motto "Possible implementations of intuition in the business world." The theme of the first meeting was "From unconscious to conscious in corporations." We presented the model of intuition in business world that has been developed through the year 2012 and set the directions and agenda for the year 2013.

March 2012
Vibacom Ltd. developed a model for mass innovation. The model was presented internationally for the first time at the EMCSR yearly conference in Vienna in April 2012.

January 26th 2012
Inco movement organized the first InCo event in 2012, as part of the events, meetings of the members of the InCo movement with a motto "Possible implementations of intuition in the business world." The theme of the first meeting was "From unconscious to conscious in corporations."

November 2011
Presentation of Innovation Infrastructure model (I2) at the 6th Slovenian forum of innovation. The model classified among the top 50 Slovenian innovations.

August 31st 2011
We successfully concluded the 5 year period of the promotion of innovation in Slovenian space at the InCo picnic 2011. Inco movement goes on with new energy on the wings of intuition.

April 21st 2011
The first international InCo conference was organized in The National Council of Republic of Slovenia. Both domestic and foreign lecturers from around the world, were presenting their experiences and research. Over 100 participants attended the conference.

March 11th 2011
The second InLoCom conference - a conference on innovative local community was held in Šentrupert. The first InLoCom awards for the best communities were granted.

2010 - Feniks award
Vibacom Ldt. and the co-creators of InCo movement were awarded the FENIKS award for the very qualitative management-consulting project of 2010, the InCo movement – the movement for an innovative breakthrough of Slovenia. The award was given by the GZS association for management consulting.

2010 – Silver award for business innovation
Vibacom Ldt. and the co-creators of InCo movement were awarded the silver award for business innovation for the development of social innovation - the InCo movement for an innovative breakthrough of Slovenia. The award was given by the Ljubljana Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GZS)

October 18th 2010
"Change the Game" initiative was held in The National Council of Republic of Slovenia. The aim of the initiative was to empower the role of the innovative ecosystems. The specialty of the initiative was international representation and a number of open initiatives being developed in Slovenia.

February 1st 2010
Call for applications for InJo Award 2010 - awards and commendations for innovation journalism and communication. Introduction of 4 categories for primary and high school contributions (written, contributions, photography, paintings, multimedia), Ljubljana.

January 15th 2010
3 new sponsors received for InCo Jr program in 2010 (BTC, Elektro Maribor in Mobitel).
2nd year of cooperation with Local Community Hrpelje-Kozina, Ljubljana.

December 8th 2009
Publication of InJo-InCo 2009 Manifesto in Slovenian and additionally with an English version.
Idea Reserve event with the presentation of yearly publication InJo-InCo 2009 Manifesto, Ljubljana.

November 25th 2009
Presentation by Violeta Bulc before the National Council of the Republic of Slovenia on the topic "InCo movement and the role of civil society in the development of innovation space", Ljubljana.

September 4th 2009
4th Regional conference on innovation journalism Stanford after Stanford 2009 in the organization of Vibacom and European Journalism Centre, Ljubljana.

June 19th 2009
First conference on "Promoting Creativity and Innovation in Higher Education" in the organization of DOBA Faculty and Vibacom, Maribor.

May 20th 2009
Regional meeting in Posavje region with regional award ceremony for the most quality contributions on innovation written by primary and high-school students during the InCo Jr program sponsored by Kostak, Krško.

May 18th-20th 2009
IJ-6, Sixth Conference on Innovation Journalism, Stanford university, USA.
Presentation by MSc. Violeta Bulc on Slovenian practice in development of innovation journalism, with emphasis on the innovation space model and in schools.
Participation of the winners of InJo Award: Bojana Humar, winner in 2008, Samo Kranjec, winner in 2009, Žiga Vavpotič, student winner in 2009,
Participation of Violeta Bulc at the Program Advisory Board for innovation journalism.

April 15th 2009
Second InCo conference 2009 - Conference on innovation communication with opening speech by Slovenian president and with more than 220 participants, organized by Vibacom, Ljubljana.

April 15th 2009
InJo Award 2009 ceremony at the InCo conference 2009 (7 categories), Ljubljana.

March 12th 2009
The 1st Conference on the Innovative Local Community 2009 in Srce Slovenije (Heart of Slovenia) region, with regional award ceremony for the highest quality of contributions on innovation, written by primary and high-school students during the InCo Jr program sponsored by Development Centre Litija (RCL). Conference organized by RCL in cooperation with Vibacom, Polšnik near Litija.

March 9th 2009
Presentation of the InCo movement to the Slovenian president, dr. Danilo Türk, Ljubljana.

February, 5th 2009
Participation of the first Slovenian journalist, Sabina Vrhnjak, in the Innovation Journalism Fellowship at Stanford University (scholarship funded by Slovene Human Resources and
Scholarship Fund), USA.

January 18th 2009
Call for applications for InJo Award 2009 - awards and commendations for innovation journalism, Ljubljana.

December 2nd 2008
Idea Reserve event with the presentation of yearly publication InJo-InCo 2008 Manifesto, Ljubljana.

November 29th 2008
Regional meeting Trimo’s Innovation Day with regional award ceremony for the most quality contributions on innovation written by primary and high-school students during the InCo Jr program sponsored by Trimo, Trebnje.

November 20th 2008
Publication of InJo-InCo 2008 Manifesto published by IPRK, Ljubljana.

November 14th 2008
Second meeting of the supporters of European InJo initiative in the organization of International Institute for Innovation Journalism and European Journalism Centre, Maastricht.

June 30th 2008
Call for applications for participation in the Innovation Journalism Fellowship at Stanford University in 2009 funded by Slovene Human Resources and Scholarship Fund, Ljubljana

June 24th 2008
First meeting of the supporters of European InJo initiative in the organization of International Institute for Innovation Journalism and European Journalism Centre, Brussels.

June 2nd and 3rd 2008
3rd Regional Conference on innovation Journalism and Communication Stanford after Stanford 2008 organized by Vibacom and IPRK, Ljubljana.

June 2nd 2008
InJo Award 2008 ceremony at the Stanford after Stanford 2008 conference, Ljubljana.

May 21st - 23rd 2008
IJ-5, Fifth Conference on Innovation Journalism, Stanford university, USA.
Presentation by MSc. Violeta Bulc on topic Innovation space needs efficient InCo dialogue.
The participation of InJo Award 2008 winner, Nataša Koražija.

April 8th - 24th 2008
Implementation of 5 pre-conference InCo workshops on the meaning of communications strategies for promoting innovation among stakeholders (media, educational systems, local communities, business, R&D institutes), Ljubljana.

January 30th 2008
Call for applications for InJo Award 2008 - awards and commendations for innovation journalism, Ljubljana.

November 6th 2007
Meeting of the initiative group for the development of InJo in Slovenia with the decision to up-grade InJo with InCo (innovation communication) including the cooperation of all stakeholders of innovation space, Ljubljana.

June 14th - 15th 2007
The second Regional Conference on Innovation Journalism Stanford after Stanford 2007 organized by Vibacom, Ljubljana.

June 14th 2007
InJo Award 2007 ceremony at the InCo conference 2007, Ljubljana. Stanford po Stanfordu, Ljubljana.

May 21st - 23rd 2007
IJ-4, Fourth Conference on Innovation Journalism, Stanford university, USA.
Presentation held by Violeta Bulc on the topic Slovenian InJo initiative and the influence of innovation journalism on innovation ecosystem.

April 1st - 30th 2007
Series of first workshops for primary and high school students on innovation and innovation journalism (the start of InCo Jr program), organized by RCL and Vibacom, Litija.

March 27th 2007
Presentation of innovation journalism concept to the principles of elementary and high school in Litija and wider region (part of the InLoCom program), Litija.

March 6th 2007
Call for applications for InJo Award 2007 - awards and commendations for innovation journalism, Ljubljana.

February 16th 2007
Meeting of the members of global strategic group for innovation journalism, Ljubljana.

January 15th 2007
First inclusion of InJo concept in regular study program - course Innovation and Innovative management by Violeta Bulc and Estera Lah, DOBA Faculty, Maribor.

November 14th 2006
Final workshop of the first phase of the project Litija - mesto inovativnosti based on InLoCom model, Litija.

October 18th 2006
First European workshop on Innovation journalism organized by Vibacom, Ljubljana.

September 24th 2006
Introduction of the InJo Award - system of awards and commendation for special achievements in innovation journalism; presentation of the Book of rules and the main sponsor for 2006-07 - Slovenian Technology Agency (TIA), Ljubljana.

August 24th 2006
Press conference with the launch of the project Litija, innovative city - innovative local community, co-organization of RCL and Vibacom, Litija.

May 15th 2006
Violeta Bulc appointed in “Innovation Journalism Advisory Board, Stanford University, USA.

April 21st 2006
Signature of the Letter of Intention between University in Ljubljana and Stanford University for the cooperation in the field of innovation journalism, Ljubljana.

April 20th 2006
First Conference on Innovation Journalism Stanford after Stanford 2006 organized by Vibacom, Ljubljana.

April 5th - 7th 2006
IJ-4, Fourth Conference on Innovation Journalism, Stanford university, USA.
Presentation by Violeta Bulc on topic Innovation Journalism and corporative environments, Stanford University, USA.

October 26th 2005
Pre-premier of Business Rhytms - a series of TV shows about successful business stories of Slovenian companies produced in cooperation with Violeta Bulc (Vibacom), Stane Grah (TV Pika), Polona Pibernik in Edita Kuhelj Krajnović (Mediade).

September 2005
Violeta Bulc's visit to California and first meeting with dr. David Nordfors, founding father of Innovation journalism (InJo)