Once you’ve got sponsors, you’ll want to nurture those relationships every step of the way. You’ll want to make sure they feel valued and engaged throughout the planning process.
First impressions are the key to how we perceive the world, and are perceived by it. They are our introductions to everything: acquaintances, the workplace, products, experiences, retail stores, the Internet, entertainment, relationships, design. And based on our first impressions, we judge things.
The Pursuit of Happiness Monterey, California February 25-28, 2004
From the curator of Understanding Happiness, a brief look at the key facts, the tough questions and the big ideas in his field. Begin this TED Studies subject with a fascinating read that gives context and clarity to the material.
IBM has worked with companies, cities, and communities around the world to explore the ways that data analytics can improve our lives. Power grids, cars, health care, and even political campaigns benefit from the analysis of huge amounts of data. TED worked with IBM to frame these big ideas by teaching, rather than telling.
After watching the collection of talks on Understanding Happiness, read a thoughtful recap of the major points in this TED Study, and learn where experts believe things are headed.
It’s important to create a budget early in the planning stages, and manage it diligently leading up to your event. This way, you won’t have to deal with any unexpected (and costly) surprises.
TED Salons welcome an intimate audience for an afternoon or evening of highly-curated TED Talks revolving around a globally relevant theme. A condensed version of a TED flagship conference, they are distinct in their brevity, opportunities for conversation, and heightened interaction between the speaker and audience. Learn more about TED Salons.
Written by the educator who created What Makes Us Human?, a brief look at the key facts, tough questions and big ideas in his field. Begin this TED Study with a fascinating read that gives context and clarity to the material.
Written by the educators who created Visualizing Data, a brief look at the key facts, tough questions and big ideas in their field. Begin this TED Study with a fascinating read that gives context and clarity to the material.