The first ever TEDx event at the Hochschule Luzern Wirtschaft is now history. We would like to thank sponsors, administration, and faculty for their part in making this event a success.
When Simon finished university, he could not find anything he was truly interested in until, in a flash of inspiration, he founded the project @ctive Asyl. This association both engages refugees through recycling laptops and organizing computer courses for them. By providing refugees with the right tools, @ctive Asyl helps refugees make a valuable contribution
Shi Xing Mi 释行米 (Walter Gjergja) is a Shaolin monk and motivational speaker who has devoted his life to mastering the tools of the body, mind, and spirit. Walter has been studying Shaolin martial arts and philosophy from an early age and has become one of the very few real Western Shaolin. He has appeared
The boundaries between different life domains are blurring and new technologies are providing more flexible ways of working. But what would happen if we could no longer meet at our place of work – could we still collaborate? What would need to change? With mobile applications, your future workplace will be wherever you are, creating
Louis Palmer is the first person ever to circumnavigate the world in a car powered solely by solar energy. Without any personal financial resources, he set off to fulfill his childhood dream of traveling around the world, driving more than 54,000 km and crossing 38 country lines. Twenty years later, he has dedicated his life
How can storytelling improve your business? Jack Vincent, professional keynote speaker and recent author of “A Sale is a Love Affair”, has helped countless companies to sell more effectively. Creativity requires structure, he argues, and a business needs to know what conflict it faces and who its characters are. Using time-honored storytelling techniques, Jack equips
How can worms save the world? Erich Fässler, co-founder of wormup.ch, has helped develop practical and stylish composting systems for households and communities. So now, even urban dwellers can recycle their organic waste, creating – with the help of worms – a minerally rich organic fertilizer to be used whenever plants need it. A concept