Warning: Don’t miss TedxMONTREAL Nov. 12th

Inspiring people, creative ideas and passionate attendees. TedxMontreal is a noteworthy event that we are lucky to have on Saturday, November 12th.   From scientists to engineers to artists and entrepreneurs, TEDxMontreal is a platform where innovative ideas from different spheres can inspire unexpected actions in other disciplines.  You are going to laugh (probably), cry (maybe), smile and just rejoice from the feelings these talks will bring you. The chosen conferences speakers are there to transmit breaking through ideas that will surely touch you.tedxmontrc3a9al_logo.png

The list of speakers this year includes Philippe Demers founder of MASSIVart, Alexis Charpentier founder of Music Is My Sanctuary website and Graham Calder (an ecologist) to name a few.  This event will challenge your mind and push you to think differently.  You will also get the chance to network with other selected attendees.  It lasts all day and will be worth every minute of your time!

If you have the chance to go – you will remember this outing – I assure you!  TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience.  If you are not familiar with TED – you should be! Check it out here.   Challenge your mind and live a memorable experience with a crowd of interesting people.  Don’t miss your chance to attend.

For event information on Saturday, November 12th at DCMTL, click here.

For more details on TedxMontreal click here. For information on TED click here.

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