I have something to say - Form

How many times have you sat in front of a computer, website or Instagram story, and wanted to comment, enlighten, compliment or offer some improvement advice?

You wanted to say something but you found yourself hesitating or thinking that either your idea will be lost in the many comments on the network or that .. it's useless, who will relate to it, what will it contribute and to whom is it actually important because anyway they do their thing there…

Well; It *IS* very important to us.

We want to hear from you, about what works for you more or less and maybe you have that great idea that can be helpful, but no one else has thought of it yet.

You have a question, comment, suggestion, thought, insight, you have seen something that bothers or irritates you, you do not understand why things are the way they are? Anything triggering you about Midburn?

You are in the right place.

You are welcome to contact Kabira, the association's CEO and members of the leading teams with anything that’s close to your heart.

We promise that all enquiries will receive proper attention and that they will be published to the community once addressed.

So what is the difference between this form and contacting ‘Midburn support’?

Good question!

In ‘Midburn Support’ - The support volunteer team takes care of you, helps you, and is tasked with answering questions related to you such as: Will there be another Midburn? Where do I buy tickets? How do I join? Who should I talk to in order to conduct a workshop at the event?

In this form ‘I have something to say’ - the community supports itself, behaving as a moral compass; The community comments, enlightens, suggests, encourages and asks questions that will lead to thinking, improving etc.etc..

See the difference? Cool, so what are you waiting for? Because we are waiting for you :)


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