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Published: 05th September 2015 04:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th September 2015 04:41 AM   |  A+A-

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Hyderabad’s flagship curated TEDx event is being organised on September 20 at CMC Auditorium in Gachibowli. This event is aimed at bringing thinkers and doers from different walks of life on a common platform to share “ideas worth spreading”. The theme of this year’s event is Unfolding Journeys and 500 carefully curated applicants will get to be part of this transformational experience.

Thirteen speakers from diverse fields including music, science, business, adventure sport, humanities among others, will take centre-stage and share how they overcame trials and tribulations in their lives to achieve success.

These exciting and inspirational stories will surely motivate attendees to become change agents within their communities.

Registrations are currently open on the TEDxHyderabad website. The attendees are being curated on the basis of an application form. This select group will be invited to attend not only the main event but also pre-event and post event meet-ups. The group can also download a networking app on their phones, especially designed for speakers, organisers and attendees to connect, converse, and collaborate with like-minded individuals on issues closest to their hearts.

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