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Rethink Reinvent Relay: To Be Verona sponsor of the highly successful TEDx Verona

13 speakers, 15 speeches, 60 volunteers, 700 participants: here’s what has been TEDx Verona, the event that, Sunday, April 24 brought in Palazzo della Gran Guardia enthusiasm, passion, determination, creativity and innovation.
These were the keywords that the speakers have always integrated in their speech, dedicated to the most different topics.
Opened the conference the Verona caver Francesco Sauro, who from the explorations of the caves of the Lessini Mountains, went on to win the Rolex Award for Enterprise for the discovery of ancient caves in the mountains of Venezuela.
Second speech was that of Daniele Quercia, a researcher in the field of "urban informatics" and Miriam Redi, Yahoo-London from simple passport are able to deduce the history and the inclinations of the people.
Third Massimo Tammaro, ex commander of the Frecce Tricolori, now a consultant for Ferrari car manufacturer.
Immediately after Marco Ceriani, founder of Italbugs, which outlined the future of food: seaweed, jellyfish and insects.
After lunch the engaging music of the Joycut, with Pasquale Pezzillo their leader, that from the use of recycled products as tools to a sustainable alternative promotion of their music, told of the success of an Italian musical project totally independent .
Interesting speaker was Linda Avesani, a researcher at the Department of Biotechnology of the University of Verona, who is concerned with studying the plants to draw molecules of therapeutic interest since 2000.
Simon Lancaster, ghostwriter Tony Blair, now advisor to the CEOs of some of the largest companies in the world, has revealed the topic of a public speech.
Tamara Lunger, barefoot and with a humble simplicity, told about the winter ascent to one of the 8000.
Simona Atzori, who, born without arms, has become a famous painter, dancer and writer of bestsellers.
Giovanni Andrea Prodi, Associate Professor at the University of Trento, who was the first, along with the research unit of Hannover and the University of Florida, has devised an algorithm which confirmed the data on the detection of gravitational waves theorized by Einstein.
Eagerly awaited the presence of Domitilla Ferrari, expert in marketing and digital strategy, as well as writer of "Two and a half degrees of separation. How the network facilitates the movement of ideas (and spins the economy) ".
Finally intervened Mauro Bergamasco, that has made rugby his philosophy of life and that today, after the withdrawal devotes his time to the "Campus Rugby Mauro Bergamasco", a project that conveys the values of rugby and sport in young people aged from 10 to 15.
And there were “us”, the 700 viewers, fascinated by everything, by the beautiful scenery on stage, made by the Cooperative Reverse of  Verona, by the giant mascot RED, emblem of a future that is able to look with awareness and with respect to its past , by the high level speakers, by TEDx volunteers that have occurred on stage presenting their fundamental contribution to the realization of this intense experience, by all that, in this day, has been able to convey enthusiasm and ability, because "passion and good ideas changes your life".
In the photo: RED the TEDx Verona mascot
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