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The Year in Ideas: TED Talks of 2014

What were the most powerful ideas of 2014? In this 8 minute highlight reel (watch above), TED have curated a rousing tour of the most memorable talks of the year. Check out some of the featured speakers below, whose profiles can be viewed by clicking the image.

“This year, we explored space and sea, journeyed around the world, and even travelled back in time. We took bold steps forward, and helped medicine get personal. We re-examined power, redefined success, and reckoned with rising inequality. We wrestled with the power of big data, and debated the right to privacy. We empathised with those who suffer, recognised creativity as a constant pursuit, watched language evolve. And most important, we saw the best versions of ourselves.” – TED

Chris Hadfield speaker

Astronaut Chris Hadfield paints a vivid portrait of how to be prepared for the worst in space (and life).

Ben Saunders speaker

Explorer Ben Saunders offers a raw, honest look at his completion of Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s failed 1912 polar expedition.

Thomas Piketty speaker

Thomas Picketty delivers new thoughts on capital in the twenty-first century.

Shaka Senghor Speaker

Chartwell’s latest exclusive Shaka Senghor demonstrates why your worst deeds don’t define you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What will 2015 bring? Click here to watch each of the highlighted TED talks in full.

For more information, or to book any of these keynote speakers for your conference or event, please contact Leo von Bülow-Quirk at leo@chartwellspeakers.com or call 0044 (0) 20 7792 8000.

David Rowan named among Bizzabo’s “100 Most-Wanted Speakers at Tech Conferences”

DavidRowanBizzabo, a world leading networking platform and event guide for conferences, have named David Rowan, Editor of Wired magazine, as one of the most-wanted speakers for tech conferences.

To compile this list, Bizzabo dug into their database of more than 3,000 conferences (including hundreds of tech events), and compared speaker popularity metrics with social media insights and search engine results (number of followers, number of appearances in search results). In addition, they also asked event organisers for their dream team of speakers.

Some names might be surprising! Click here to see who made the top 10 …

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