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You’re probably familiar with TED Talks (and if you aren’t, you should be). I’ve been a bit addicted to them since I discovered their existence a few years ago, so of course I was ecstatic to attend Charleston’s very own TEDx event at Memminger Auditorium on Tuesday.
Fourteen speakers shared their ideas at TEDxCharleston yesterday in the hopes of sparking something within the audience — the ever desired ripple effect.
Roughly 600 attendees gathered at Memminger Auditorium in downtown Charleston to hear the second local TEDx event.
They’re ideas worth spreading.
That’s the goal of the annual conference TEDx Charleston, an independent effort of the global group TED, which focuses on technology, engineering, and design.
Challenge the status quo and push for change.
That’s what the founder of Meeting Street Academy Ben Navarro told a crowd of several hundred people Tuesday at Memminger Auditorium.
People like [TEDxCharleston 2014 Speaker] Ben Navarro are illustrating that one small change can have a positive effect for the community, which is why you should attend this once-in-a-lifetime event if you have the opportunity.