- Youcef Hakem
- Loughborough, Uk
- United Kingdom
How do you see TEDx conferences standing out from other non-TEDx conferences?
For TEDx organisers concerning your ambitions for creating a legacy - what might they have been if any?
Were most of your resources focused on high quality production for the video talks, or might your team have been more towards the impact your event would have on the audience in person on the day or a combination of others?
I am curious in how to ensure the sustainability of TEDx events, how they can truly engage and inspire and be the focal point of discussion and ideas within a particular community for a long period of time.
In our previous event we focused a lot of attention on the quality of the speakers, their talks and the video production which turned out to be good. As a conference, the delegates on the day were networking throughout and got to know one another extremely well. The great challenge is getting this to continue long after the event has ended which may be the area to build on next year?