Every Journey Matters: TEDxLeicester

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Organised by Fellows, TEDxLeicester will take place on 26 October on the theme of 'Every Journey Matters'.

TEDxLeicester aims to be platform for building a community of like-minded, influential people who can engage and support each other’s endeavours in the coming year. Taking place at the award winning Curve Theatre, this will be the largest TEDxLeicester to date, with 500 TEDsters expected to attend!

Date: 26 October 2016
Time: 09:30 - 17:30
Venue: Curve Theatre, 60 Rutland Street, Leicester

#EveryJourneyMatters: To journey with Leicester, however briefly and whenever, is to contribute to and be part of this amazing city’s achievement.

Everybody living in Leicester, passing through and those who once lived here and have moved to other corners of the globe, contribute to the city’s vibrancy, diversity and rich heritage. The team behind TEDxLeicester are building a record of community cohesion, successful business enterprise, excellence in sports, science and technology and a vibrant creative arts and media industry. The community celebrates diversity and culture whilst striving for harmony, working together with mutual respect, and learning to live together as a community with a shared “Leicester” identity that unifies cultures and backgrounds rather than being separated by them.

Follow the link for more information and to buy tickets: TEDxLeicester: Every Journey Matters.

If you have any questions, please contact the Allan Hayes FRSA: [email protected].

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