Link Festival: the event for social change and design

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Published:  February 19, 2016
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Link Festival is back with a greater line-up of speakers, more in-depth interaction with agents of change in the design and tech fields and bigger, brighter ideas.

Featuring inspirational keynote speakers from Australia and around the world, Link Festival 2016 is a two-day event in Melbourne – on 7 & 8 March and will also be held in be Sydney on 11 March.

LINK_172-768x512 (1)Led by Engineers Without Borders and Wildwon, the festival is focused on the nexus of design, technology and social change and is expected to bring together over 1200 engineering, architecture, technology, design and social change professionals across Sydney and Melbourne.

There will be several hands-on workshops and lighting talks as well as immersive and inspirational sessions with speakers like Amina Horozic of fuseproject, Culture Amp’s Didier Elzinga, Mikey Leung of Digital Storytellers, Alastair Somerville of Acuity Design and more.

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Link Festival is slated to be a platform for the next generation of intrapreneurs and entrepreneurs to meet, forge connections and bring new ways of thinking and doing to the way we address global issues.

Have a peek at what happened at last year’s festival:

What’s Next For You? (Link Festival 2015) from Digital Storytellers on Vimeo.


To learn more about Link Festival or to get tickets, click here.

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