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About the Event
About this event
The Miami Tech ecosystem is having a moment - or as Mayor Suarez calls it, a movement. A new migration of venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and company relocations is bringing job opportunities and economic growth to the Magic City.
How can we make this opportunity regenerative and thriving, and not at the expense of local communities, water management and land conservation goals?
Our TEDxMiamiSalon event seeks to bring community leaders together to learn, discuss, and inspire a collaborative problem solving framework for the future of our great city by looking at concerns and opportunities through Kate Raworth’s “donut economics” model.
Livio Zanardo, cofounder of Code for South Florida
Erick Gavin, Senior Program Manager at the Center for Black Innovation
Phillip Agnew, cofounder of Smoke Signals Studio
David Kelly, Professor of Economics University of Miami
Rebecca Fishman Lipsey, CEO and President of The Miami Foundation
Michelle Abds, Managing Director of Mana Tech (Moderator)
Event begins 7:00 pm. Doors open at 6:00 pm.
Horse d'oevres provided. Drinks available for purchase.
Free parking available.
What is a TEDx Salon event?
TEDxMiamiSalon is a series of small events held throughout the year that keep our TEDx community engaged. At a TEDx salon, attendees watch TED Talks, host speakers, and have informal discussions about the talks they witnessed.
Thank you to our partners
Gustavo Fernandez Photography
Alloy Bistro Miami
Battle Media Lab