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Creative Innovation tickets reduced for Third Sector readers

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Creative Innovation 2011 (Ci2011) features world changing innovators, futurists, inspired thinkers and curious souls gathered together in an interactive community. It’s a place to learn techniques and strategies, and unlock and share ideas. It’s a place to imagine the future.

Founder and Executive Producer of Ci2010 and Ci2011 Tania de Jong said “Creativity is critical to Australia in making the transition to a sustainable innovation and knowledge-based economy. Creativity is also vital for unlocking human potential and increasing wellbeing. Innovation is vital for organisations exposed to globalisation, increasing competition, diversity among consumers and rapidly changing technologies.”

By registering early you will save more than $500 and receive a free subscription to BRW magazine (valued at $334). In addition, Third Sector readers may use the special password CONNECT to receive an additional ten per cent discount. The full value of this offer is over $1000. There are limited places available and the Early Bird Special Offer closes 31 August.

The theme for Ci2011 is ‘The challenges and opportunities of a super-connected world’. It features many world-renowned creative minds including:

  • World leading inventor, entrepreneur and founder of The Singularity Raymond Kurzweil (USA)
  • Philosopher and cognitive scientist Daniel Dennett (USA)
  • The Founder of Lateral Thinking Edward De Bono (UK)
  • IDEO Partner and Stanford Design Thinking expert Brendan Boyle (USA)
  • The Innovation Architect Paddy Miller (Spain)
  • Former Young Australian of the Year and technology entrepreneur Tan Le (USA)
  • Education technology guru Stephen Heppell (UK)
  • Australian of the Year Simon McKeon
  • Michael Rennie, Alison Watkins, Pip Marlow, Steve Vamos, Rufus Black, Mehrdad Baghai, Hugh Mackay, James Moody, Amantha Imber, Hugh Morgan, Tania de Jong, Gus Nossal, Allan Fels, Stefan Cassomenos and many more


Ci2011 includes two conferences, deep conversations, ten master classes, gala dinner, Australian performers and artists, and will:

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