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The Big Ideas Party

San Diego Magazine will celebrate the city's brightest minds and biggest ideas. Enjoy hosted bites and beverages and live entertainment.



Published:

January 21, 2015
6:00-9:00 P.M.

Green Acre Campus Pointe
10300 Campus Point Dr,
San Diego, CA 92121

 

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Our January issue features 25 San Diegans and their ideas for changing our city from apps to fish farms to prefab high rises. Join us for an interactive evening event that brings the issue to life. Wander through the Idea Labs enjoying the chance to talk, see and experience the featured big ideas. Plus, enjoy a compelling onstage dialogue with Editor, Erin Chambers Smith and 4 presenters, each given 5 minutes to blow our guests minds. As with any San Diego Magazine event, there will be plenty of bites and beverages throughout the night. Tickets purchased pre-event are $60.00 and increase to $75.00 at the door.

San Diego’s most interesting people share their big ideas in the Idea Labs:

Eric Busboom
Director, San Diego Regional Data Library

Candice Eley
PR and Promotions Manager, San Diego Tourism Authority

Michael Koh
Co-Founder, Fypio

Ryan Sisson
CEO, Moniker Group and VP Business Development, Fifty and Fifty Digital Craftsmanship for Social Good
Represented by Bradley Mountain, The Recyclery San Diego and T.J. Newell

Paul Thomas
President/ Founder, Julian Hard Cider

Four presenters are given five minutes to blow your minds. Hear from:

Shawn Covell
Vice President, Government Affairs, Qualcomm

Jason Russell
Activist, Co-Founder and Creative Director, Invisible Children

Ryan Sisson
CEO, Moniker Group and VP Business Development, Fifty and Fifty Digital Craftsmanship for Social Good

Jaime Fritsch
Photographer/ Founder, Death for Food

And others!


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Want to reach a coveted audience of thinkers, innovators and creatives? Become a sponsor of The Big Ideas Party. Customized packages are available and range in price. Please email Karen Mullen for more information.

 
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