Do you wonder what kind of environment helps to cultivate ideas worth spreading? Where the team who curate, collaborate and co-ordinate one of the most impressive events that Sydney experiences each year actually work, meet and socialise? And wouldn’t you love to be part of the action?
Thanks to TEDxSydney’s partnership with Work Club, now you can.
In the run up to and for the duration the recent 2015 event, the TEDx team who made it all happen were located at Sydney’s Work Club, an enlightened co-working space that actively encourages alchemy between its diverse member base.
Individuals and team members, as ... See More
Before he became Zak Ebrahim, the shy son of an Egyptian migrant and a Pittsburg native had an altogether different name. It was one that inspired fear in some, disgust in others, and in a small minority, it inspired adulation. He was born Abdulaziz El Sayed Nosair.
The young American’s life changed for ever the night that his father, El-Sayyid Nosair, shot and subsequently killed a radical Rabbi at a New York hotel. From his prison cell where he was serving time not for murder but for criminal possession of a weapon, assault and coercion, he plotted the bombing of ... See More
TEDxSydney 2015 happened on Thursday, 21 May at the Sydney Opera House. For the first time, we took over all the spaces at the Opera House for a spectacular day of Ideas Worth Spreading.
The Concert Hall was at capacity, with 2300 in the live audience, with the other spaces enjoying full simulcast with their own exclusive content. Added to the full day’s program of talks, film and live performance was the extraordinary Rebel Food initiative from team food. Result? TEDxHausted.
Session One: Hope
After percussion and dance ensemble Chi Udaka got our heart rates up with their drumming, the first talk ... See More
On 21 May, TEDxSydney launched Stella’s Challenge, a project designed to continue the great work of Stella Young, as brilliantly articulated in her TEDxSydney talk from 2014.
We launched this project with the support of the Young family, and after consulting with organisations, and individuals with disabilities. Since then, we have received significant feedback from the disability community, which we have taken on board.
After further discussion with the Young family, we have decided to remove Stella’s name from this project. The community is still grieving Stella’s tragic death, and we recognise that it is too soon to be ... See More
In 2014, we broke new ground with an event app that let you tag your favourite moments from the day and keep them forever. This year, we've added a raft of new features based on community feedback.
Now you can easily connect with people who like similar content, and ‘discover’ new members of the community who share the same ‘interests’ and ‘industries’.
With new messaging functionality built into the App you can reach out to your fellow attendees with ease.
The App is a great way to relive memorable moments through out the year, thanks to our video streaming partner ... See More
One of the most important parts of TEDxSydney is the conversation that our talks generate, and we very much want you all to be a part of that conversation in words, pictures or video across social media.
Please make sure you are following us to stay up to date with all the exclusive TEDxSydney perspective on the day, chat with us and share your own experience using the hashtags #tedxsydney and if you have loved an idea shared ... See More
Salesforce is very excited to announce that this year’s TEDxSydney will feature for the first time ever, an onsite Social Media Command Centre. Powered by Salesforce's Social Studio, the Command Centre will act as the heartbeat of all social media conversations generated on the day about #TEDxSydney.
It will capture and analyse in real time all of your tweets and posts about the event. We are excited to be able to track and broadcast for the first time the lively, robust and (maybe even controversial) discussions that will be happening online throughout the day.
The Salesforce Social Media Command Centre will ... See More
We know you’d all love to ask a question of the TEDxSydney speakers and curators. If only they could open the floor up for questions after their talk.
The University of Sydney is excited to give you that opportunity at their curiosity café this Thursday.
The University has teamed up with the speakers and their army of experts to get your questions answered. All over a coffee – a curious one if you dare.
Optus is championing innovation. From encouraging our employees to ‘think outside the box’ through to supporting entrepreneurs taking part in Channel Ten’s Shark Tank, we’re passionate about where innovation will take the world.
We found an unlikely opportunity to confront one of Australia’s most infamous problems through innovation. Australia has four times more fatal shark attacks than any other country. Yet our shark defence methods haven’t changed in over 60 years.
We asked ourselves: could we use the Optus network in an entirely new and innovative way to help protect our beachgoers and also our marine life?
Introducing Clever Buoy. ... See More
Post-it® is proud to partner with TEDxSydney again in 2015 and is very excited to bring you some innovative activations this year. Come visit Post-it® in the Northern Foyer of the Sydney Opera House to inspire your learning while also being entertained!
On the Northern Foyer Stage we introduce Daniel Kilov, a leading Australian 'Mental Athlete', who will share a fun and interactive demonstration of the ‘loci’ learning technique which is guaranteed to captivate you.
After the demonstration, Daniel will host workshops at the Post-it® Wall. These fun, informative and interactive workshops are designed to help you unlock and maximise ... See More