TEDxHHL – The Butterfly Effect


Online via Hop-In (live from Werk 2 in Leipzig), 2-7 p.m. (open end until ca. 10 p.m.)


May 7, 2021


Via Eventbrite

On May 7, the sixth TEDxHHL conference will take place online, broadcasted live from the WERK2 in Leipzig. Ten inspiring speakers with diverse experiences and backgrounds will share their ideas with the audience. The talks will investigate this year’s theme ‘The Butterfly Effect’:

At TEDxHHL 2021 we want to highlight, and further celebrate the power of the small things, dedicating the entire event to The Butterfly Effect.
The Butterfly Effect is the idea that small things can have non-linear impacts on a complex system. The concept is imagined with a butterfly flapping its wings and causing a hurricane. The Butterfly Effect will be examined from the different perspectives from this year’s speakers: the scientific perspective – the business perspective – the personal perspective.

Even the greatest societal changes, businesses and personal success stories start with a single thought, a tiny word, a small step.

Get ready for enlightening, interesting and captivating TED-talks from this year’s speakers. Among others, we are looking forward to:

  • Rolf Schrömgens – Founder of Trivago
  • Dr. Manfred Hückel – Former CMO of RedBull
  • Carl-Philipp von Polheim – Founder of Mybacs

The talks will be held until 7pm, afterwards we conclude with an open-end networking session.
The event language is English.

TEDxHHL is an independently organized student initiative that aims to share ideas that are worth listening to. TEDxHHL hosts an annual conference with recognized speakers who present their knowledge on complex topics in an understandable way. Interested?
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