TEDxGhent 2016

June 07, 2016 | Kyle Fraser
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TED began in 1984 as a conference for technology, education and design. Since then it has grown to cover a vast array of topics, and its speakers’ short, powerful talks often go viral. TEDx events are run independently and help to spread ideas in communities around the world, by designing loss of control, TEDx has catapulted the TED stage into a whole new league!

TEDxGhent will take place at Muziekcentrum De Bijloke on 18 June from 10AM – 6PM and will feature inspiring speakers from around the world. We are pleased to announce that Christophe will be presenting at TEDxGhent. In a world where most people want meaningful growth, why is it so difficult to achieve? Christophe will address this question in his talk is titled “The 3 Most Unlikely Mentors for Humanizing Business” and you will also discover what magicians, activists and game designers can teach us about turning ventures into meaningful brands to reach scale.

Click here to learn more about the other inspiring speakers who will be at TEDxGhent. If you would like to learn what magicians, activists and game designers can teach us about turning ventures into meaningful brands, register for your ticket here.


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Kyle Fraser

Driven by optimistic thinking; Kyle is an entrepreneur and challenger at heart who has a solid foundation in brand strategy, digital marketing & human-centred design. He has worked with some of the world’s leading brands, founded a digital agency and found success in business rescue. Kyle believes in the transformational power of business & brands on a social level.

He has a passion for philosophy, writing, diving into different cultures and he loves learning something new every day. Kyle was born and raised in Durban, South Africa – growing up through some of the countries most controversial and challenging times; the integration and collision of all races, cultures and ethnicities for the first time in its history. His purpose is to mindfully bring out the best in others, empowering entrepreneurs and marketers to look beyond their rationale and see the “human” problems to solve.