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TEDxExeter 2015 – Taking the Long View

… will be happening on 24 April 2015 in the Exeter Northcott Theatre, with a concurrent ticketed livestream in Exeter Library’s Rougemont Room, and an online livestream right here.

Our fourth TEDxExeter conference will take both the long view back into the past and the long view ahead into the future, and ask how they can reveal and help us to understand the challenges that face us now, and shape the way we live, make decisions, and innovate. TEDTalks video and live speakers will combine to spark deep discussion and connection.

More about the programme and speakers…

Tickets sold out in only two hours on 1 December! But if you didn’t manage to get in there quick enough, do not despair. You can call the Exeter Northcott Theatre to add your name to the waiting list. And do please sign up to the mailing list and follow on Twitter and Facebook to keep up-to-date with the latest information.

We very much look forward to seeing you there.

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