Redefining Wealth: 12 speakers march to the beat of their own drum – Cave Hill, Sat. 2nd Nov. 2013 from 4 pm
TEDxBridgetown is providing a platform for Barbados and our Region to Redefine Wealth, during a time where our Opposition Leader has called a No confidence motion against our current Minister of Finance and hundreds of Barbadians gather to add their name to a public petition circulated by the Opposition. At we recognise the need for new ideas, a solid and unified vision and a commitment to continuously forging the path to getting there.
TEDxBridgetown, an annual event in its 2nd year, has created a hub for innovative thinkers, dynamic practices and pioneering solutions for the current and future needs of our country and our region. Our theme and focus this year, Redefining Wealth, seeks to broaden the traditional definition of wealth, something we believe is desperately needed, the world over.
“It is not the function of the government to stop the citizen from falling into error; it is the function of the citizen to keep the government from falling into error.” – Justice Robert Jackson. Never before, has this been more apt to our nation.
Our 12 speakers march to the beat of their own drum and remain passionate about creating a stronger, healthier and wealthier region.
- Andrew Pilgrim
- Prof. Henry Fraser
- John Hunte
- Tara Wilkinson-McClean
- Patrick “Salt” Bellamy
- Jessica Bensley
- Fatimah Jackson-Best
- Shakirah Bourne
- Krystal Boyea
- Angelique Brathwaite
- Gregg Moseley-Clarke
- Kevin Talma
TEDxBridgetown is open to the public with a limited number of tickets available. Tickets can be reserved at:where you will also find more information on our Speakers and the event. Our Partners this year, join us in our mission to encourage dynamic thinking and an openness to sharing ideas that are beneficial to our region.
We invite you to join us at the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination on Saturday 2nd November, 2013 from 4 pm to 9 pm for a stimulating evening.