Ignite Liverpool speaker

We’re pleased to announce the speakers for the next Ignite Liverpool, taking place at Leaf Cafe, Bold Street on the 27th February.

Yes we have scoured the internet airwaves and leafleted cafes for the last few months to bring you an exciting selection of speakers, with subjects as varied as Stafford Beer, Being Stupid, Gamifying Education, and something that most of us could do with more of “Charisma”.

As usual the doors (curtain) to the upstairs of Leaf  will be opening at 6pm and the talks will start at 6.45. It’s free so it won’t break the bank, so come along and have a good time with a really awesome crowd.

Here’s the list so far…… or what we have been referring to as those venting their spleen at Ignite 13 are……..

Jackie O’Carroll – Charisma – The Art of Making Others Feel Great!
My passion is enabling people to develop their charisma, from the inside out! in 5 mins I will share ways of showing others more warmth, with more presence, through simple changes in behaviour initially, and ultimately developing more Emotional Intelligence.

Geraint Parry – The Science of GM Crops.

Millie Kidson by Richard Cooper

Millie Kidson: Photo by Richard Cooper

Alistair Houghton’s talk is something that everyone should know about… Amazing and from the North of England… Stafford Beer!

Michael McDaid –  Gamifying education

Zarino Zappia – The Awesome Foundation

Leon Rossiter –  Being stupid, being stupid and good things happening

Louis Palliser-Ames –  The unicorn: A cultured History

Lucy Bricheno – Storm surges

Francis Irving‘s talk is something that everyone should know about… Amazing and from the North of England… Stafford Beer!

And we’re still awaiting more information from the following people on their awesome talks – 

Antony Pickthall, Chris Malburn, and Michael Marshall

Booking for Ignite Liverpool is free and if you can’t make it down then you can always watch on-line at home – if you are going to do that then remember to book as we email you a reminder.

See you there.

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