What to expect
Most conferences follow the same format and can be dull.
Our goal is to have you leaving inspired.
We kick off our summit with our very own film festival. You won’t want to miss watching these powerful impact documentaries that are making the world a freer place. You will be able to hear from the filmmakers and those featured in the films and will also learn how you can make an impact. Oh, and there will be popcorn.
We spice up our conference by inviting some of the premier thought leaders focused on creativity, the future, the entertainment industry, and storytelling so that you leave inspired to make an impact back in your city, organization, and everyday life.
Our summit is invite-only and our team takes pride in curating the conference so you leave with optimal connections. Each day we will have moments for you to network during programming, partaking in delicious Nashville cuisine, after parties, and a closing brunch (with bubbles).
We have partnered with some incredible sponsors the last two years. This year, we plan to have an even more incredible event and could not do this without YOU. Consider partnering with us for 2022!
Schedule & Speakers
More information on the event schedule and additional speakers will be released soon.
To many, creativity is anecdotal: a highly personal, largely mysterious process that either speaks to you or doesn’t. David Eagleman doesn’t see it that way. He starts with neuroscience—how the brain really functions—and shows that innovation doesn’t have to be a private, enigmatic exercise. Knowing how the mind works means we can understand human creativity—and how to harness it to transform companies, classrooms, and creators.
Tim Brown is chair of IDEO. He frequently speaks about the value of design thinking, creative leadership, and innovation to business leaders and designers around the world. An industrial designer by training, Tim has earned numerous design awards and has exhibited work at the Axis Gallery in Tokyo, the Design Museum in London, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He takes special interest in the convergence of technology and the arts, as well as the ways in which design can
More speakers to be announced.
Wednesday, November 9th
3PM – 11PM
Thursday, November 10th
8AM – 11PM
Friday, November 11th
9AM – 11AM