SustainAbilityJune 2011

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1. Event Organization

1.1. Brian Hughes

1.2. Jeff Smith

1.3. Crystal Froese

1.3.1. [email protected] (250) 490-6586

1.4. Nikos Theodosakis

1.5. Lori Grant

1.6. Hugh McClennan Tina Baird Alison Markin

2. Public Relations & Marketing

2.1. Social Media Campaign

2.1.1. Create you tube presence

2.1.2. TEDx Events Facebook

2.1.3. Twitter feed throughout event

2.2. Press Releases

2.3. Logo Creator

3. TEDxSpeaker Selection

3.1. Economic Sustainability

3.1.1. Bill Rees - UBC Prof. School of Community & Regional Planning.

3.1.2. Mark Holland - Principal HB Lanarc Consultants,

3.1.3. Lorne Whitehead - UBC Prof. Leader of Education Innovation

3.1.4. Brenda Martens - Founder and Principal of Recollective

3.1.5. Sandra Oldfield Tinhorn Creek Winery

3.1.6. Alan Ilicic

3.1.7. Douglas MacLeod

3.2. Social Sustainabilty

3.2.1. Hugh McClennan How Laughter Sustains the Soul

3.2.2. Jeanette Armstrong

3.2.2.1. The En'owkin Way

3.2.3. John Ralston Saul

3.2.3.1. Sustainabilty of Canadian Culture

3.2.4. Ajahn Sona

3.2.4.1. Living a zero footprint life

3.2.5. Merle Kindred 778 476 1319 India Sustainability Project

3.2.5.1. Global Trends in Sustainability

3.2.6. Stephen Joyce

3.3. Centre of Excellence

3.3.1. Andrew Hay OC on the CoE

3.3.2. Robert Parlane, RIBA MRAIC LEEDap CEI Architecture Planning Interiors

3.4. Other Ideas

3.4.1. Musicians

3.4.2. Kristi Richards

3.5. Speaker Prep etc.

3.5.1. Preparing Speaker

3.5.1.1. Speakers Kit TEDxMcGill

3.5.2. The Perils of Power Point

3.6. Sustainability in Education

3.6.1. Sustainable Learning - Nikos Theodosakis

3.6.2. Sunddip Nahal on Sustainability and Education

3.6.2.1. www.generationed.ca

3.7. Environmental Sustainability

3.7.1. Vancouver blogger and Twitterer Raul Pacheco

3.7.2. Jan Voz

3.7.3. Emily C

3.7.4. Robert MacDonald

3.8. IDEAS FOR GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR SPEAKERS

4. Online Organization

4.1. Website

4.2. Social Media

5. Filming and Sound

5.1. Technical Director

5.1.1. Audio Engineer

5.1.1.1. Presenter Wireless Lavalier/Headpiece

5.1.1.2. Stage Microphone

5.1.1.3. Live Music Mics & Line outputs

5.1.1.4. Output from Presenter Laptops

5.1.2. Video Supervisor Mike Minnions Okanagan College

5.1.2.1. 5 HD Camera Operators

5.1.2.2. Assistants

5.1.2.3. Live Switcher

5.1.3. Web Streaming

5.1.4. Photography

5.1.4.1. http://tedx.posterous.com/how-to-get-great-photos-of-your-tedx-event

5.2. Possible Audio/Video Support, Services, Suppliers, Partners

5.2.1. Skaha Sound (Audio)

5.2.2. SHAW Cable (Live Switching, MultiCams)

5.2.3. CATO Kelowna - volunteers, equipment

5.3. How to film a TED Talk

6. Sponsorships

6.1. Build sponsors benefit package

6.1.1. possible sponsors construction company of college?

6.2. Connect with Airlines

6.3. Connect with local Hotels

6.4. List of Sponsors

6.4.1. On Board

6.4.1.1. Theo's Restaurant - To Host Dinner for Speakers & Event Organizers

6.4.2. To be Contacted

6.4.2.1. Structurelam ( Nikos)

6.4.2.2. TBD

6.4.2.3. ORIC

6.4.2.4. Community Futures

6.5. Approaching Sponsors

7. Overview and Details

7.1. SustainAbility

8. Event Schedule

8.1. Opening Ceremony

8.1.1. behind the scenes @ TEDxUBC

8.2. Speakers topics/category

8.3. Event Countdown

9. Brainstorm wish list

9.1. Tmobile dance doing it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQ3d3KigPQM how to do it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVFNM8f9WnI&feature=related

9.1.1. Connect with Airlines

9.2. advertise the event at night using lighting on side of building

10. Critical Path

10.1. create org committee

10.2. set meeting dates

10.3. create budget

10.3.1. budget template

10.3.2. TEDXMcGill sample budget

10.4. detemine speakers

10.5. create program

10.6. build sponsors package

10.7. build PR promo campaign

11. Venue

11.1. Set Design

11.1.1. Stage

11.1.1.1. Toula Theodosakis

11.1.1.2. How to design Stage

11.2. Special Exhibits

12. Audience Curation

12.1. Ideas

12.1.1. 1

13. Innovation Lounges

14. What is TEDx

15. held at the Centre of Excellence Okanagan College Penticton Campus take a tour by clicking link

16. How to run a successful TEDx (this is a must read from TEDxSanDiego)

17. TEDx Documents

17.1. TEDx Toolkit

17.2. TEDx Sponsorship Guideline

17.3. TEDx Branding Guidelines

17.4. TEDx Basic Guidelines

18. How to give the "Perfect TED Talk"