Contest! TEDxVancouver 2015


TEDxVancouver 2015

Returning for its seventh year, TEDxVancouver 2015 will be the biggest TEDx event in the city’s history and will take place at the theatre at Rogers Arena proudly partnered with Aquilini Centre on Saturday, November 14, 2015.

Known for presenting thought-provoking themes that shape the entire event day from speaker talks to entertainment, this year’s theme is ID – a unique focus on the conceptions and realities of individual identification. Who are we? Who am I? Who will I be? This year’s speakers will delve deep into questions that explore this topic. And most importantly, Vancouverites will be encouraged to think about their roles as “I and We” in our beautiful city.

This year’s speakers are:

Marcelino Dacosta – Generation Breaker
Michael Yahgulanaas – Consensus Illustrator
Ivan Coyote – Inclusivity Advocate
Tom Waller – Innovation Philosopher
Prevail – Social Raconteur
Scott Larson – Planetary Entrepreneur
Sam Sullivan – History Rebooter
Kaitlyn Bristowe – Reality Reflector
Mohamed Fahmy – Endangered Journalist
Esther Honig – Beauty Investigator
Dan Eisenhardt – Technology Trendsetter
Jackie Huba – Fearless Queen
Scott Jones – Life Hacker
Matthew Williams – Intellectual Champion
Dan Sutton – Grass Cultivator
Garth Webb – Optic Marvel
Lara Boyd – Brain Builder
Janet Moore & Duane Elverum – City Shapers
Marina Adshade – Sex Economist
John Herdman – Confidence Catalyst
Chin Injeti – Eclectic Creator

Contest!

It’s completely sold out with 3,200 people attending. We want to give away a pair of tickets to TEDxVancouver to one lucky fan. The value of the ticket package is $138 (each ticket is $69).

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James Chung

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6 Responses

  1. Lorena Grande says:

    I would love to see Tom Waller. I love this inspirational event!

  2. Jackie Ebdon Mandzak says:

    This would be an amazing event to attend. We watch a lot of Tedtalks and being there live would be inspiring. Love to see Prevail’s talk

  3. Isha says:

    Would love to win

  4. Ariel says:

    I’m looking forward to seeing Sam Sullivan.

  5. Karen L. says:

    So many inspiring speakers! I would love to see Mohamed Fahmy and hear his story with the Egyptian government.

  6. Orane Cheung says:

    Ah there are so many great speakers! If I had to choose, it would have to be Marina Adshade.

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