Due to great interest in our TEDxBinnenhof viewing event, we have decided to change the location! The event will now take place at Dogpatch Labs, which is, as our viewing event, a place where innovative ideas and ingenious solutions come together. Dogpatch Labs is a coworking space for technology start-ups.
The CHQ Building
Custom House Quay
You can still invite your friends & come to our TEDxBinnenhof event: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/tedxbinnenhof-viewing-event-ingenious-solutions-to-current-challenges-tickets-23039542893
The programme of our event will stay the same, but now at a great and inspiring location! This 31 March, we will livestream the TEDxBinnenhof TED Talks from Nora Khaldi (Ireland) and Jos Joore (the Netherlands) and we will have presentations from Andrew Douglas (Urban Farm Dublin), Adriaan Waiboer (Curator of the National Gallery of Ireland), Tony Bates (CEO of Headstrong) and Jojanneke van den Bosch (founder of OnlineComm Academy), presenter of the event and writer of her new book ‘Live Your Talks, which she will present at this TEDxBinnenhof viewing event. The Q&A and discussion sessions will be moderated by Simon Cocking from the famous Irish Tech News.
- How did TEDxBinnenhof | Ideas from Europe inspire your mission and/or event?
The current world problems are only solvable with innovative, ingenious ideas. As Dutch embassy in Dublin we want to bring Dutch and Irish ideas together. Let’s listen to innovators, let’s discuss their projects and let’s brainstorm together about solutions for the current challenges we stand for. We aim to create a platform of inspiration for Dutch and Irish businesses, civil servants and (international) students.
- What will your event look like?
Innovative ideas from Ireland and the Netherlands | Ingenious solutions to current challenges is the theme of our TEDxBinnenhof 2016 viewing event. It is great to see that both Ireland and the Netherlands are represented during the TEDxBinnenhof event in The Hague. We will livestream both talks and have a Q&A and discussion afterwards, moderated by a talented journalist of Irish Tech News. We are honoured to announce that keynote speaker Jojanneke van den Bosch will present our event. She will be the icing on the cake when finishing the event with background information about TEDtalks and some tips about public speaking.
Because of the broadness of challenges we stand for today, our speakers have total different backgrounds. Andrew Douglas, who runs an urban farm on Dublin’s rooftops and grows oyster mushrooms out of coffee grid, gives his solutions to current challenges as food security and urbanisation. And totally different, but as interesting as our urban farmer, is the Dutch curator Adriaan Waiboer of the National Gallery of Ireland.
All in all a highly interesting event where our speakers are not just senders of information, where we create a platform of interaction and innovative thinking.
Programme viewing party 31 March:
13.00 – 13.15 Walk in
13.15 – 13.25 Warm welcome with coffee & tea
13.25 – 13.30 Word of welcome by Thom Klück, Deputy Head of Mission at The Netherlands Embassy (live on the spot)
13.30 – 13.40 Introduction of the speakers by Jojanneke van den Bosch (live on the spot)
13.40 – 13.50 TEDx talk by Nora Khaldi: Revolutionising health by providing unique access to natural peptides from food (livestram from The Hague)
13.50 – 14.00 Questions from the audience & additional comments by Simon Cocking (live on the spot)
14.05 – 14.15 Talk by Andrew Douglas, owner of Urban Farm, Dublin (live on the spot)
14.15 – 14.30 Questions from the audience & additional comments by Simon Cocking (live on the spot)
14.30 – 14.50 Break with coffee & tea
14.50 – 15.00 Talk by Adriaan Waiboer, curator National Gallery in Ireland (live on the spot)
15.00 – 15.15 Questions from the audience & additional comments by Simon Cocking (live on the spot)
15.20 – 15.30 TEDx talk by Jos Joore: Supermodels for supercures (livestream from The Hague)
15.30 – 15.40 Questions from the audience & additional comments by Simon Cocking (live on the spot)
15.40 – 16.00 Talk by Jojanneke van den Bosch
16.00 Informal reception with drinks & snacks
- Who will be invited to your event?
We will invite business relations, relevant contacts from several governmental agencies, the Dutch community in Ireland and of course the next generation of innovative thinkers: (international) students from both universities in Dublin.
- What do you hope to achieve by organising this event?
We want to create a platform where different types of organisations and different types of people brainstorm together. This event aims to be a platform for cooperation and inspiration, by highlighting the current world problems and the innovative solutions people create. We will give the floor to ideas worth spreading and discussing.