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TEDx Hamburg 2016: "Pause Forward"

International keynote speakers from technology, entertainment and design sectors debate ideas with potential for future. Style of event originates in New York

The sixth edition of TEDxHamburg takes place on June 8, 2016 in Hamburg’s Laeiszhalle, which is the venue for the fourth time. The conference, to be held in English under the motto, “Pause Forward”, highlights the importance of a pause, moving forward, reconsidering and then starting afresh especially when it comes to sustainable developments in future. The international keynote speakers from technology, entertainment and design will encourage delegates to think bigger and discover new territory.

Speakers from ESA and UBS Optimus Foundation

As the TEDx Europe Ambassador, Stephan Balzer, founder of the red onion agency, is organizing TEDxHamburg. Networking, exchanging ideas with potential for profound change are vital at the conference. This year’s speakers include Phyllis Costanza, CEO of UBS Optimus Foundation, Pierre-Philippe Mathieu, a geoscientist with the European Space Agency (ESA) and Hélène Morlon, a biologist and mathematician at the École normale supérieure de Paris.

Licence from the U.S. TED Organisation

The U.S. Technology, Entertainment and Design (TED) conference is dedicated to the motto of Ideas “Worth Spreading”. The non-profit organisation, based in New York, offers inspiring people from all parts of society a global platform for spreading innovative approaches and ideas. The programme is a mix of 18-minute live talks and videos debates by leading movers, artists and thinkers. Since 2009, red onion has hosted and curated the independent TEDxBerlin and TEDxHamburg conferences licenced by the U.S. TED organisation.
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Sources and further information:
www.tedxhamburg.de
www.ted.com
www.facebook.com/TEDxHamburg
www.twitter.com/TEDxHamburg

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