TEDx Exeter 2018: Live Event
Exeter’s local ideas festival with global reach
A day of inspiring talks, connection and action
Exeter’s leading ideas festival is back for the 7th year with an exceptional line up of speakers and performers who are changing the world through their ground breaking work and ideas. Their talks will inform, challenge, entertain and encourage the audience to connect with each other, reflect on the day and turn inspiration to action.
“They’ve done it yet again TEDxExeter was breath-taking.”
“An incredible day @TEDxExeter Thank you for sharing so many new perspectives, ideas and stories from truly inspirational speakers.”
Demand for TEDxExeter tickets is huge and growing. Last year tickets sold out in a record 16 minutes.
Once again this year we’ll gather both the livestream and live event audiences together in the University’s Great Hall during the breaks to meet each other, our speakers, our sponsors and groups which are making a real difference.
Tickets for this full day of inspiration and connection, with lunch and refreshments included, all for £75.
This year we’re offering some special ‘Friends of TEDxExeter’ tickets to help us further our mission to share great ideas and to maintain our focus on inclusivity and community. To thank you for your generosity we’ll offer you an enhanced ticket to TEDxExeter 2018 including;
• An invitation to our evening launch event at RAMM – a great opportunity to meet people at the heart of TEDxExeter including some speakers, sponsors, supporters and our team
• On the day we’ll invite you (during a break) to have your photo taken on stage on the famous red dot by our professional photographer for your personal use and memories
• And at the end of the event we’ll invite you to join some of our speakers, sponsors and team for a glass of fizz to celebrate the culmination of this fabulous day.
TEDxExeter is licensed by TED and independently organised by volunteers.
For more information and full programme announcements please join the TEDxExeter mailing list via TEDxExeter.com