The Disruptive Innovation Festival: Invitation To Speak

The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF), a three-week-long online festival of ideas, gives young people from all over the world an opportunity to give a talk or host a discussion about a topic they are passionate about. The DIF provides the platform, all you need is an idea and an internet connection! The deadline for applications is Thursday 12th of October.

The main question of the festival is What if we could redesign everything? This question will be addressed to economists, entrepreneurs, academics, designers, futurists, city planners and many more. It is free for a global audience to access and contribute to the festival from November 6 to 24.

Main criteria

  • The DIF encourages individuals, organisations, entrepreneurs, designers and educators to share their stories and innovations;
  • Whether in a team or going solo, you should be prepared to design, promote and facilitate your session.

Apply to speak by creating a My DIF account and follow the link to the speaker application. You’ll get the chance to explain what your session idea is and the format you’d like to deliver it in. Organizers will get in touch with applicants within seven days.

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