Monday 5 March
Q, 305 Queen Street, Auckland
Citizen Q Café open 7.30 am: Breakfast available for order
Citizen Q Café 8:00 – 8.45 am: Tea, coffee on arrival
Registration 8.00 – 8.45 am: Registration is open from 8.00 am
8.45 am IncrediblEdge participants enter Rangatira:
9.00 – 10.00 am: Ross Stevens: “Biological manufacturing”
10.00 – 10.15 am: Break to Citizen Q
10.15 – 11.15 am: Nick Egan: “Notes from a Creative Vandal”
- The strive for imperfection.
11.15 – 11.30 am: Break to Citizen Q
11.30 – 12.30 pm: Can Yuksel: “Tornados, explosions, and destructions: Taming the beasts of nature for sake of movie magic!”
- Can will take us on a personal journey that started as a physicist in Turkey, and slowly shifted towards his passion of making beautiful images in Hollywood. And how he does what he does.
12.30 – 1.15 pm: Lunch in Citizen Q
1.15 – 2.00 pm: Agnesa Secerkadic: “Citizen participation in the age of digital power”
- Agnesa will discuss the power of citizen voice to convey meaning, collaborate and build partnership in the 21st Century.
- In the world of choice and mass information we need to identify individual potential, knowledge and opportunities for creative collaboration and building partnerships around the globe.
2.00 – 3.00 pm: Bronwen Evans: “Making a business plan for the next thousand years – where do we start?”
- With the old economic order now under attack from all directions, former Radio New Zealand economics correspondent and Thai entrepreneur, Bronwen Evans, will talk about green economics, the difference between doing business in the West and the East and leaving a heritage for the future.
• How will we work differently if we change our time and cultural perspective?
• What knowledge and skills do we need to survive in a no-growth economy?
Aotea Centre, Goodman Fielder Room
3:00 – 3:20 pm Break to Goodman Fielder Room: Refreshments on arrival
- Bronwen Evans book release
3.20 – 3.40 pm: Dave ten Have: “Fear is the only constant”
3.40 – 4.00 pm: Nathan Holmberg: “What it means when everyone gets what they want: design in the age of mass customization”
4.00 – 4.15 pm: Minnie Baragwanath: “From Disability to Poss-Ability – a journey of social alchemy”
4.15 – 4.25 pm: Kieran Meredith: “Pasifika and Education” – Ideas and solutions for the future
4.25 – 4.45 pm: Break with refreshments
4.45 – 5.15 pm: Idea Sharing and Discussion
- “Creativity and culture in the future”
- “Technology convergence. The changing way we create, express, experience, consume, learn, interact, and collaborate with each other.”
- Participents: Ross Stevens, Nick Egan, Can Yuksel, Agnesa Secerkadic, Dave ten Have, Nathan Holmberg, Ignazio Maria Viola, Victoria Bell, James Rickard
5.15 pm: Closing remarks: Jillian de Beer
- Directions for Day 2
5.15 – 6.30 pm Happy hour in Goodman Fielder Room, Aotea Centre
- Refreshments and food on the balcony
- Evening options will be announced shortly (check the IE website)
Tuesday 6 March
Gibbs Farm, Kaipara Harbour
Citizen Q Café open 8.00 am: Breakfast available for order
Citizen Q Café 8.00 – 8.45 am: Assemble in preparation for departure to Gibbs Farm
8:45 am: Depart for Gibbs Farm, Kaipara Harbour: Bus to pick up and depart from Q, 305 Queen Street, Auckland
9.40 am: Meet at DD’s Café, Waitoki store, 1105 Kahikatea Flat Road, Waitoki.
- Buses and commuters to assemble at Waitoki village
- 9:45 am: Drive in convoy to Gibbs Farm
10:00 am: The Barn, Gibbs Farm:Welcome to Gibbs Farm.
- Refreshments on arrival at The Barn
Ignazio Maria Viola: “The mathematics of the wind”
Explore the farm and its breath-taking sculptures : A sense of scale, beauty and achievement
1:00 pm: Lunch at The Barn
Dr Sue Peoples: “Farm Women: Key on-farm decision-makers for sustainable outcomes”
- 21st Century and beyond, food production will depend on the the adoption and implementation of environmentally responsible farm practices. Sue strongly advocates farm women as the key promoters of sustainable food production systems, and the champions of green strategies and technologies.
Take in the experience of Gibbs Farm: Gatherings around the sculptures
Phillip Guzenuk: “Happiness in action: energy sources for peak performance”
- A series of images, ideas, real-life stories, questions and short conversations. All of it will help you to physically draw a map of 7 key energy sources to help you do beautiful work and enjoy it.
Refreshments at The Barn
Nat Torkington & Rowan Simpson: “Kiwis Can Fly: Secrets to Goodness, Growth, and Going Overseas”
- The path from idea to international impact is tricky, but we can learn from those who have gone before. We’ll look at ways that some New Zealand software and Internet startups have travelled that path.
The Barn: Sharing ideas and experiences. Projections and goals for the future.
Happy Hour with Invivo Wines New Zealand courtesy of International Award winning Winemaker Rob Cameron and Tim Lightbourne
Depart Gibbs Farm by bus for Auckland
- 5:00 – 5:10 pm first departure: To connect with evening flights departing Auckland Airport
- 5:30 – 6:00 pm second departure: Bus
Evening options for continued networking in Auckland will be announced.
Wednesday 7 March
Island Experience : Additional option
Excursion to Waiheke Island (weather dependent)
- 10.00 am First departure
- 12.00 midday Second departure
Visit to a vineyard and restaurant in the beautiful island landscape.