Bertille Fauvel, a student in Management of Cultural Organizations, is passionate about art and creativity. Thanks to her eloquence and her powerful speech, she won the student Ted Talk competition!
After a decade of living in Munich, London and Amsterdam, she was able to immerse herself in cultures with multiple artistic sensibilities. She will discuss the topic of creativity and why we see its erosion in adulthood.
She will also explain why it is essential to remain creative, to follow your desires freely and, above all, to remain audacious.
CEO and Founder
Faouzi Annajah is a French-Moroccan entrepreneur, passionate about the future of mobility.
He is part of the generation that grew up with the clear awareness that we need to find new ways to enjoy life without depleting our environment.
As a performance enthusiast, Faouzi wanted to create a clean car without compromising the freedom and pleasure of driving.
He will talk for a moment about the challenges he faced, his quest for excellence and his fight against determinism.
Educational Director at the Catholic University of Lyon, Video essayist (Arte)
Literature professor and video essayist, Nicolas seeks to transmit his love of beautiful words in other ways on the youtube channel Dimanche à dix heures but also through the Book Club d'Arte that he co-hosts.
Completing a thesis in the history of literature, he will propose during this talk a linguistic and historical journey during which you will discover that literature is anything but a solitary art.
Independent consultant / coach
Deeply optimistic, Sandra Pedano decided early on to contribute to changing the world of work.
She tested many forms of organization, including disruptive models such as the managerless, self-governed company. After 11 years of experimenting and looking for keys to better cooperation, she made an astonishing discovery: conflict is not the failure of cooperation, on the contrary, it is the key to better cooperation! Conflict is an opportunity! Today she helps companies to trigger positive conflicts and speaks out to share her enthusiasm on this subject.
Dr. in economics, specialised in degrowth
For economist Timothée Parrique, our survival depends on our ability to change our economic model to degrowth towards a post-growth economy.
A researcher in ecological economics at Lund University in Sweden, his thesis "The political economy of degrowth" (2019) has been adapted into a mainstream book: "Slow down or perish. The economics of degrowth" (September 2022). In it, he explains the urgent need for a great slowdown of production in rich countries, the overcoming of the mythology of growth, and the dismantling of capitalism.