INTRODUCTION AND WELCOME TO ROME
Emilia Garito – TEDxRoma
WHERE WE ARE
Where we are, what our rules are and how they change and adapt to new times is our main conversation piece. So let’s start with what we know and find out what we still need to know to think about new developments. Thanks to TED, that is present today, and which will help us achieve this, in first session, we will focus together on which foundation our TEDx activity of the future can be shaped, valuing and recalling the precious lessons of the past.
Will Davis (TED) – TEDx Development
Katelyn Montanese (TED) – TEDx Licensing
Fredrerica Yosifov (TED) – TEDx Digital Media and Programming
WHAT COMMUNITY? BEST PRACTICES FROM THE PAST
Let us be inspired by our friends and colleagues who have had different experiences and ideas on interpreting and conveying the TEDx spirit in the various local and global communities. Best practices from the past to take in and to create new perspectives for the future.
Anastasiia Polozova – TEDxKulibinPark – Best audience engagement practices from TEDxKulibinPark Team
Maurizio Berti – TEDxCesena – How to create a glocal event within a global community: Relay Race format and TEDx Youth national event
Giannis Altanopoulos – TEDxPatras – How to utilize communities to engage powerful audience
Robert Sladeczek – TEDxTUM – How to tell stories around complex, hard to explain technology
WHAT’S IN THE FUTURE?
What is TEDx of the future? Just a platform to connect people and spread ideas or more? We need to think about a way to change our society and solve the unbearable problems; we have to do it as humans beings, doers and thinkers, movers and shakers, but is this also the mission of the TEDx community? May we pass from Ideas worth spreading to ideas worth implementing? and how can we do it without losing our soul maintaining our unique neutrality and incredible energy, both still together?
Elliot Howells – TEDxLondon – How TEDx organizers from across Europe seek to measure the impact they have on their audienceNevena Stoyanova – TEDxLancasterU – From event curators to community builders
Francesco Magagnino – TEDxVerona – TEDx shift change: from events to movements
FIRST THE SOLUTIONS, THEN THE PROBLEMS TO SOLVE! WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED AND WHAT WE ARE READY TO IMPROVE
(5 MINUTES PITCHES FOR THE FUTURE)
To conclude we take a quick trip to Europe and we take wisdom pills and useful insights from our dear friends and colleagues. It will be a small marathon of ideas from different geographies to better understand what we still have in common to tell, face and share, starting from different perspectives.
Martin Nera – TEDxUCLouvain – 25 lincensees around a camp fire
Cristina Sierra Casanova – TEDxCádizUniversity – Comunícate cómo PEZ en el “acqua”- Método FISH para preparar una TEDx talk
Rikke V. Stoltz – TEDxFrederiksberg – As TEDx Curators we can indeed impact and accelerate (also) the green transition
Andrea Szabados and Barbara Bite Németh – TEDxLibertyBridgeWomen – A roadmap to great TEDx Talks: Speaker coaching best practices
Eugenia Elezova – TEDxNovosibirsk – Ready… Steady… SOLD OUT! How to make it again
Albert Bozesan – TEDxTUM – Telling Your Story so People Will Listen
Irena Komitova – TEDxVitosha – Like a dream: EUROASIANOPOLIS
Julia Popenkova – TEDxPetrogradsky – Why modern world from art to technology is becoming interactive and willing to communicate with us?
The main session will be held in the Protomoteca Room, one of the most prestigious rooms of the Campidoglio. Richly furnished and decorated, it is used today for public ceremonies and press conferences, the Protomoteca was born as a room for collecting busts of famous people.
Sala della Protomoteca – Musei Capitolini, Campidoglio Meeting Point at Fontane dei Leoni Egizi – Via del Teatro di Marcello It is kindly offered by City of Rome – main partner of TEDxRoma