Get Connected at TEDxSquareMile this Saturday

Just five days to go now till we get connected with a host of great speakers at TEDx SquareMile 2015. If you haven’t already got a ticket then there are a few left, but do purchase one without delay to avoid disappointment.

On Saturday November 28th at Cass Business School we’ll be bringing you a programme of intriguing, insightful and entertaining talks covering all aspects of connectivity in the modern age. Highlights on the day include:

  • Adventurer John Dennis talking about overcoming depression by ‘getting connected’, and how this has pushed him to take on some formidable physical and mental challenges
  • David Keene, Google for Work Head of Marketing EMEA, talking about ‘The future of work’
  • Laughter yoga teacher Arturs Ivanov taking us through the ‘The unique power of connection through laughter’
  • Spiritual leader Radhanath Swami talking about unity in diversity and connecting with yourself
  • Tech entrepreneur Pilgrim Beart guiding us through ‘connected innovation’
  • Helen Morris Brown, psychologist and performance coach, exploring ‘The psychology of communicating effectively in a digital world’
  • Nine more speakers talking about the many different aspects of our ‘get connected’ theme
  • Networking opportunities
  • Musical performances
  • Exciting technologies showcased at the innovation desk

We look forward to connecting with all those in attendance this Saturday. And for those that don’t have a ticket, don’t forget you’ll be able to view all talks from the event on the TEDx YouTube channel shortly afterwards.

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