TEDxCapU – November 5, 2011


TEDxCapU - November 5, 2011

On Saturday, November 5th, 2011, Capilano University hosts what promises to be a very forward looking TEDxCapU event (x=independently organized TED event). This event is all about the impacts of change on our businesses.

Changing:

Technology,

Expectations and

Demographics

384 of Vancouver’s movers and shakers” entrepreneurs” business leaders” and distinguished guests will come together to share ideas, uncover possibilities and stretch brains. Thousands more will participate via live streaming, twitter and website access.

9 incredible speakers will be framed with TED Talks, live music, art and networking. The speakers are industry leaders, innovators and creators.

2 speakers will be competition winners from the Capilano University student/alumni body and the BOSS Self-employment Entrepreneurship Program.

TEDxCapU Event Schedule

Check-in & Networking 9:00 — 10:00 am

Welcome MauriceNahanee (Latash) and Clay Little: Welcome Song

R U Ready? Changing Demographics 10:00 — Noon

Dr. Linda Manning: The Way We Work Doesn’t Work Anymore

Sandra Todd: From Homeless Youth to Entrepreneurial Youth

Shadrach Kabango: Bearings

MGirls: Entertainment

TEDTalk: Hans Rosling, Asia’s Rise How and When

Networking Entertainment and Refreshments Noon — 1:00 pm

R U Ready? Changing Expectations 1:00 — 2:30 pm

Ad Libretto: Entertainment

Donna Morton: Renewable Energy is First Power

Nolan Remedios: Social Capitalism: The Changing Expectations of Business

TEDTalk: Seth Godin, On the Tribes We Lead

Peter van Stolk: Riding the Roller Coaster of Business, Branding and Life

Networking Entertainment and Refreshments 2:30 — 3:00 pm

R U Ready? Changing Technology 3:00 — 4:45 pm

TEDTalk: Amber Case, We Are All Cyborgs Now

Ivan Surjanovic: Creating WOW! Through Inspiration

Cybele Negris: From There to Here to Where? The Canadian Internet Story

David Olsen: On the Road to Creativity

Closing Remarks

Apres TEDxCapU Networking 4:45 — 6:00 pm

For more information, please visit: http://www.tedxcapu.com


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James Chung

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