BERLIN, July 30 /PRNewswire/ --

- Palomar5 is Looking for Visionaries to Help Design Tomorrow's Working World

- Lateral Thinkers of Any Background May Apply Until August 15th

- Participants' Flights, Meals and Accommodation Will be Fully Financed

Half a century ago a star cluster was discovered that changes the form of the Milky Way by releasing its energy. The cluster was called Palomar5. The project Palomar5 now wants to change the form of the working world. Based in Berlin, this non-profit initiative invites 30 youths from all over the world to join an exceptional innovation camp: they will live and work together for six weeks to design and prototype new working processes that reach beyond prevailing paradigms and satisfy the demands of a digital generation.

The Internet has changed our way of living, working and thinking in a big way. At present a young generation is entering the working world with a whole new set of expectations and skills, says Palomar5-spokesman Jonathan Imme. With our unconventional format we want to find practical answers to questions of how we want to work together in the future.

Backed by Deutsche Telekom AG and other notable enterprises this vision is about to become true: From October until end of November 2009, young visionaries will come together in Berlin's spectacular Malzfabrik. They will live and work in a unique experimental space while inviting experts from business, culture and science for inspiration and feedback.

Application - Online at - Deadline: August 15th 2009 - Target group: Ambitious minds between 18 and 30 - Requirements: Energy, ideas, and the will to change things - Trailer:

Participants' flights, meals and accommodation will be fully financed by the sponsors.

Media contact: Nina Koch,, +49-30-2576205-19

SOURCE: Palomar5 e.V.

Media contact: Nina Koch,, +49-30-2576205-19