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Recruiting speakers for TEDxUCL 2014!

UCL Enterprise Society (UCLES) is once again hosting one of our biggest events of the year, TEDxUCL. TED is a non-profit devoted to spreading and provoking ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks from speakers. The event each year is focused around a theme and Global Citizenship is the theme for this year. It consists of exploring the idea of an emerging world community, where the actions of individuals and enterprises contribute to building this community’s values and practices. The main topics around Global Citizenship will be based on Social Media and Culture, Enterprise and Economy, Data science and Ethics, and Global sustainability. We are welcoming anyone that is enthusiastic in participating at the TEDxUCL as a speaker to help us add value to our vision, which is to inspire our audiences and change the way we look at the world, or maybe even revolutionise the way we lead our lives. Therefore, if you are passionate in sharing a particular idea, please feel free to apply and become part of our event! Please visit the TEDxUCL website for more information and application pack.

Application Deadline: August 20th, 2014

Event Date: November 15th, 2014TEDxUCL

Event Venue: Cruciform B304 – LT1

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact:

Faiza Javad – Co-President faiza@uclenterprise.org

Many thanks! We are excited and delighted to invite you and become part of TEDxUCL 2014!

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