Interesting Vancouver 2009


If you live in or around Vancouver, you may like to check out Interesting Vancouver 2009. It’s a multi-disciplinary conference that’s being held the evening of Friday October 23rd at The Vancouver Rowing Club. According to its founder Brett Macfarlane, the objective of the conference is to “share new knowledge, things you’ve never known, or thought about.”

The evening has attracted a pretty eclectic mix of speakers, including journalists, creatives, foodies and researchers. At some stage during the evening, I’ll be sharing some research on the psychology of trust (how trust builds for people and brands).

If you’re interested in attending, you can get tickets
here. This is a not-for-profit initiative, so the prices are pretty reasonable.

2 comments:

nick black said...

Will slides/audio/video be available? It looks fascinating.

Nick Black said...

Wow. That comment kinda freaked me out for a second - made me wonder if I was sleep-writing. Thanks for the comment Nick Black, nice name!!

Yes. All speakers at the conference are being filmed and the videos will be posted online. From my understanding, there will also be a live blog occurring through-out the event (although I don’t know the URL).