This article provides some details from the second edition of the TEDxMonteCarlo on 11th November at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco. 18 committed speakers from around the world will explore a wide range of ideas related to science, business and global issues. With the “License to Know”, speakers will explore topics including prevention, security, transparency, artificial intelligence and entrepreneurship. In these talks and in order to share their passions, speakers at both local and international level come up with innovative ideas, create new conversations and inspire other ways of doing things.
Here are some of the speakers of this edition:
Mikhail Varshavski (Dr. Mike) is a New York-based doctor specialising in family and preventive medicine. He is a philanthropist working for different causes and he is very present on social networks.
Fiorina Berezovsky, 10, is a chess champion and member of the Principality team.
Kohei Ogawa is a professor at the University of Osaka who created a robot that moves as if by its own will.
Emily Rolfe, 17, is the youngest participant in the 32nd edition of the Marathon des Sables.
Johannes Pinl is a Monaco-based entrepreneur who is an expert in innovative marine and terrestrial solutions to protect and save lives.
Teodora Elvira Wi, Medical Officer of the World Health Organisation in Geneva, is leading the development of global guidelines on sexually transmitted infections.
TEDxMonteCarlo is supported by its sponsors, including EFG Private Banking, the “Platinium” sponsor, the Grimaldi Forum Monaco, the “Gold” sponsor, and the “Silver” sponsors Marfin, Monaco Broadcast, Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer, Savills Monaco and our “speaker” sponsor, Nike Monte-Carlo. This event still has availabilities for further partnerships, so if you are interested you can contact organisers at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets for the event are on sale on the site for 88 euros and at a reduced rate of 55 euros for students. The public will have access to morning activities, talks and the opportunity to expand their professional network during the coffee break. Some of the event partners have set up discount codes for the purchase of discount tickets and discounts for group purchases are also available. For more information, you can contact email@example.com.
For a bit of background to these events, the “TED Talks” are short and powerful talks that share an idea, lasting about 18 minutes. Every second, 17 “TED Talks” are viewed on www.ted.com in over 100 languages. TEDxMonteCarlo is an independent event that is based on TED, the original talk series. TED was established in 1984 and has since become a global phenomenon. According to The New Yorker, “TED has created a sophisticated, popular, lucrative, socially conscious and wildly widespread product.”
TEDxMonteCarlo’s mission is to connect the community, inspire innovation and foster new ideas for everyone. Their goal is to bring together thinkers, dreamers and visionaries. Monaco, led by one of the oldest monarchies in Europe, is the home of more than 130 nationalities and leads the world in the exploration of renewable energies, while being a pioneer in environmental research oceans, carbon neutrality and sustainability. As Monaco is a leader in innovation and desire to improve the world, it’s a fitting stage for this talk series.
You can stay in touch with TEDxMonteCarlo through their website and social networks, and for more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.tedxmontecarlo.com Chat with us on Facebook and Twitter: @ tedxmontecarlo.com
The 11th of November will surely bring inspiration to these lucky audience members and a chance for more great ideas to be shared in the world through TEDxMonteCarlo.