The first ever LinkedIn event is coming to Vancouver this January, offering connectivity and innovation, and tickets are already 85% sold out.
LinkedIn X Vancouver 2018 will hit UBC Robson Square on Thursday, January 18, with more than 200 people expected to attend.
A whole host of speakers are set to appear at the non-profit event, to inspire you to leverage emerging opportunities and create meaningful professional relationships.
Eric Termuende on “The evolution of connection”
Termuende is a bestselling author, speaker, and entrepreneur, as well as co-founder of NoW Innovations.
Sharad Khare on “How connectivity led to documenting the most interesting people around the world and their legacies”
Khare is a legacy documentarian and has captured people like His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Meryl Streep, Helen Mirren, Arianna Huffington, Susan Sarandon, Tim Draper, Steve Jurvetson, Jack and Suzy Welch, Chip Wilson and many more through his lens.
Ravina Anand on the “Importance of interdisciplinary approaches to creating solutions for the future”
Anand is an upcoming rockstar taking multidisciplinary approaches to international issues. She has been awarded Top 30 Under 30 for contributions towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Stars of Alberta Government Volunteer Award.
Manu Swish Goswami on the “Evolution of the LinkedIn platform”
Goswami is a serial tech entrepreneur, LinkedIn Youth Editor, TEDx speaker, Fortune 500 consultant, venture capitalist , and UN Youth Ambassador. He was also recognized with the United Nation’s Outstanding Youth Leadership Award, Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award, and Plan Canada’s Top 20 under 20.
Sam Park on “How LinkedIn is changing how personal branding is approached”
Park is an entrepreneur, speaker, and content creator, who specializes in marketing and branding. Park is also the founder of Instinct Media and co-creator of the Creative in Residence series in partnership with Microsoft.
When: Thursday, January 18, 2018
Time: 6:30 pm to 9 pm
Where: UBC Robson Square – 800 Robson Street, Vancouver
Tickets: Available through Picatic , $17-$23