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France Conferences, Events and Tourist Destinations

France Conferences, Events and Tourist Destinations
Event on 2017-12-18 09:00:00
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France, officially the French Republic, is a unitary sovereign state and transcontinental country consisting of territory in Western Europe and several overseas regions and territories.
France has long been a global centre of art, science, and philosophy. It hosts Europe's fourth-largest number of cultural UNESCO World Heritage Sites and receives around 83 million foreign tourists annually, the most of any country in the world. France is a developed country with the world's sixth-largest economy by nominal GDP and ninth-largest by purchasing power parity. In terms of aggregate household wealth, it ranks fourth in the world. France performs well in international rankings of education, health care, life expectancy, and human development. France remains a great power in the world, being a founding member of the United Nations, where it serves as one of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, and a founding and leading member state of the European Union (EU). It is also a member of the Group of 7, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the World Trade Organization (WTO), and La Francophonie.
France is a founding member of the United Nations and serves as one of the permanent members of the UN Security Council with veto rights. In 2015, France was described as being "the best networked state in the world", because it is a country that "is member of more multi-lateral organisations than any other country".
France is a member of the G8, World Trade Organization (WTO), the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Indian Ocean Commission (COI). It is an associate member of the Association of Caribbean States (ACS) and a leading member of the International Francophone Organisation (OIF) of fifty-one fully or partly French-speaking countries.
France has 37 sites inscribed in UNESCO's World Heritage List and features cities of high cultural interest, beaches and seaside resorts, ski resorts, and rural regions that many enjoy for their beauty and tranquillity (green tourism).
France, especially Paris, has some of the world's largest and renowned museums, including the Louvre, which is the most visited art museum in the world, the Musée d'Orsay, mostly devoted to impressionism, and Beaubourg, dedicated to Contemporary art. Disneyland Paris is Europe's most popular theme park, with 15 million combined visitors to the resort's Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park in 2009.
With more than 10 millions tourists a year, the French Riviera (or Côte d'Azur), in south-east France, is the second leading tourist destination in the country, after the Paris region.[181] It benefits from 300 days of sunshine per year, 115 kilometres (71 mi) of coastline and beaches, 18 golf courses, 14 ski resorts and 3,000 restaurants. Each year the Côte d'Azur hosts 50% of the world's superyacht fleet.
France is a highly urbanized country, with its largest cities (in terms of metropolitan area population in 2013) being Paris (12,405,426 inh.), Lyon (2,237,676), Marseille (1,734,277), Toulouse (1,291,517), Bordeaux (1,178,335), Lille (1,175,828), Nice (1,004,826), Nantes (908,815), Strasbourg (773,447) and Rennes (700,675).
Some of the best tourist destinations in France are Chartres Cathedral, Dune of Pyla, Palais des Papes, Chateau de Chambord, Gorge du Verdon, Mont Saint-Michel, Palace of Versailles, Chamonix, St Tropez, Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Palace of Versailles, Loire Valley Châteaux, Provence, Alsace Villages, Carcassonne, Brittany, Biarritz, Rocamadour, Prehistoric Cave Paintings in Lascaux.

For more information http://www.annualcongress.com/france-conferences

at paris, france
75003 Paris – France
Paris, Franceparis, france

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Two Square Pegs

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Two Square Pegs
Event on 2016-02-12 16:30:00
CREATING THE X-FACTOR IN INNOVATION FOR BETTER BUSINESS Diversity is the X-factor in business success. Why? Because diversity breeds innovation. And innovation breeds business success. Diversity in thinking is critical for a persons and a companies ability to innovate and adapt in a fast-changing environment. Diversity of perspectives, experiences, cultures, genders, and age lead to new insights, new ways of working, new solutions and new products. But how do we find diverse people to collaborate with? How do we build build truly diverse teams? And most importantly, manage them? This panel discussion will give you tips and help you find ways to connect with diverse perspectives for success. The moderator + host for this event is Trang Du, founder at Two Square Pegs.  OTHER SATELLITE EVENTS MONDAY 8TH DISCOVER SERVICE DESIGN TUESDAY 9TH C4D MEETUP PEER ACADEMY WEDNESDAY 10TH BATTLE OF THE REELS THURSDAY 11TH VR BOOTCAMP EXPLAINERS PANEL SILICON BLOCK PARTY YOKE BRIEF NIGHT FRIDAY 12TH BUSINESS BREAKFAST SATURDAY 13TH CODE FOR AUSTRALIA APPFLUENTIAL EVENTBRITE QUEENS COLLECTIVE THOUGHTWORKS EXPLAINER VIDEO WORKSHOP   #PauseDiscover #Pause2016   Discover People, Passion and Purpose. Discover content you can’t Google. Discover creative collisions.   Make the most of your Pause experience at our satellite events. With so much talent in one city, let alone country, we decided to create a whole series of in house and satellite events to ensure variety, promote talent, encourage interest, and develop practical skills.   Our event holders put in a lot of work to make sure that these events are high quality and engaging – so make sure that you show your support and grab a ticket as soon as you can! These seats go quickly, so sign up soon to avoid disappointment. We will be adding these events as we go, so make sure you don’t miss out.   Most events are free to attend, however prior registration is essential for each individual event listed above.   Please note that attendance to only these events does not provide access to other events for conference attendees.   For the full Pause Fest 2016 experience, tickets to the 3 day conference are available by clicking here   STARTUP EXPO On the Friday and Saturday of Pause, the Startup Expo showcases the newest products and insights from the best start ups in town. Exhibitors are able to present their ideas and plans for the future in front of the entire Pause community, speakers, special guests and major companies. This is a great opportunity for both startups and investors who for 2 days, are able to connect, collaborate and talk all things startup.  Come to the expo for live demos, giveaways, and to see if you can spot the next big thing.     Are you a startup and ready for your big moment to shine? We've got great news for you! Apply now for one of our special "Golden Tickets" that will give you a spot at our Startup Expo and a one day conference pass for only ! Just imagine where that exposure could take your business. WORKSHOPS We have gathered a selection of the best of the best – the ultimate thinkers, creatives, entrepreneurs and developers will be presenting intimate, thought provoking and engaging workshops and masterclasses just for pause attendees. These masterclasses and workshops will challenge, inspire and sharpen your senses, and will make sure you have fun in the process. Come and learn, so you can create. We will be announcing these events soon, so make sure you don’t miss out. Spaces are very limited. FAQs I have already purchased a conference pass, do I need to register? Yes. These events have a limited capacity and are open the general public, so early registration is essential if you don't want to miss out! I have not purchased a conference pass, can I still attend these events? Yes! We love to share the Pause Fest experience to as many people as possible, so these events are open to everyone. However for all our other exciting events, talks, parties and experiences you will need to pick up a ticket to our conference.   Do I need to register for each event I wish to attend? Yes. The events listed above all have a limited capacity, so prior registration is essential. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Limited parking is available to the rear of Federation Square. Pause Festival highly recommends catching public transport to all events, as we have specifically designed your Pause 2016 event experience around the transport hubs of Melbourne. Federation Square travel information, click here   What can/can't I bring to the event? Bring anything you need to engage at the event that you are attending. If you are attending a workshop of any description, be sure to bring your laptop and ensure you have the required software. Do not bring anything that would be inappropriate.   Is my registration/ticket transferable? No, sorry.   Where can I find accommodation? If you are travelling interstate or internationally to the festival there are many options to choose from in Melbourne CBD. Please remember that February is a very busy period, so book your stay at your earliest convenience. Can I get a refund? Pause does not issue an exchange or refund for a lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed ticket. A change in personal circumstances does not entitle a ticket holder to return or exchange a ticket.   Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can contact us at tickets [at] pausefest.com.au

at The Cube, ACMI
Fed Square , Corner Swanston and Flinders St
Melbourne, AustraliaThe Cube, ACMI yeella

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Thoughtworks

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Thoughtworks
Event on 2016-02-13 15:30:00
FITZROY INNOVATION JAM PROJECT In summer 2015/16, two design consultants set out to take the same tools and techniques used by startups and CEOs, and put them into the hands of people who can really change the world. Join Charlotte Johnson and Nic Smythe as they reflect on their project to bring design and tech innovation to the streets of Fitzroy.Paired with the passion of the local tech community, they'll seek to harness the creativity of one of Victoria's most diverse communities to design, experiment and hack their way to being everyday entrepreneurs. They believe that digital innovation must be available to everyone, not just wanker consultants like themselves. Let's see if they're right. OTHER SATELLITE EVENTS MONDAY 8TH DISCOVER SERVICE DESIGN TUESDAY 9TH C4D MEETUP PEER ACADEMY WEDNESDAY 10TH BATTLE OF THE REELS THURSDAY 11TH VR BOOTCAMP EXPLAINERS PANEL YOKE BRIEF NIGHT SILICON BLOCK PARTY FRIDAY 12TH BUSINESS BREAKFAST TWO SQUARE PEGS SATURDAY 13TH CODE FOR AUSTRALIA APPFLUENTIAL QUEENS COLLECTIVE EVENTBRITE EXPLAINER VIDEO WORKSHOP   #PauseDiscover #Pause2016   Discover People, Passion and Purpose. Discover content you can’t Google. Discover creative collisions.   Make the most of your Pause experience at our satellite events. With so much talent in one city, let alone country, we decided to create a whole series of in house and satellite events to ensure variety, promote talent, encourage interest, and develop practical skills.   Our event holders put in a lot of work to make sure that these events are high quality and engaging – so make sure that you show your support and grab a ticket as soon as you can! These seats go quickly, so sign up soon to avoid disappointment. We will be adding these events as we go, so make sure you don’t miss out.   Most events are free to attend, however prior registration is essential for each individual event listed above.   Please note that attendance to only these events does not provide access to other events for conference attendees.   For the full Pause Fest 2016 experience, tickets to the 3 day conference are available by clicking here   STARTUP EXPO On the Friday and Saturday of Pause, the Startup Expo showcases the newest products and insights from the best start ups in town. Exhibitors are able to present their ideas and plans for the future in front of the entire Pause community, speakers, special guests and major companies. This is a great opportunity for both startups and investors who for 2 days, are able to connect, collaborate and talk all things startup.  Come to the expo for live demos, giveaways, and to see if you can spot the next big thing.     Are you a startup and ready for your big moment to shine? We've got great news for you! Apply now for one of our special "Golden Tickets" that will give you a spot at our Startup Expo and a one day conference pass for only ! Just imagine where that exposure could take your business. WORKSHOPS We have gathered a selection of the best of the best – the ultimate thinkers, creatives, entrepreneurs and developers will be presenting intimate, thought provoking and engaging workshops and masterclasses just for pause attendees. These masterclasses and workshops will challenge, inspire and sharpen your senses, and will make sure you have fun in the process. Come and learn, so you can create. We will be announcing these events soon, so make sure you don’t miss out. Spaces are very limited. FAQs I have already purchased a conference pass, do I need to register? Yes. These events have a limited capacity and are open the general public, so early registration is essential if you don't want to miss out! I have not purchased a conference pass, can I still attend these events? Yes! We love to share the Pause Fest experience to as many people as possible, so these events are open to everyone. However for all our other exciting events, talks, parties and experiences you will need to pick up a ticket to our conference.   Do I need to register for each event I wish to attend? Yes. The events listed above all have a limited capacity, so prior registration is essential. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Limited parking is available to the rear of Federation Square. Pause Festival highly recommends catching public transport to all events, as we have specifically designed your Pause 2016 event experience around the transport hubs of Melbourne. Federation Square travel information, click here   What can/can't I bring to the event? Bring anything you need to engage at the event that you are attending. If you are attending a workshop of any description, be sure to bring your laptop and ensure you have the required software. Do not bring anything that would be inappropriate.   Is my registration/ticket transferable? No, sorry.   Where can I find accommodation? If you are travelling interstate or internationally to the festival there are many options to choose from in Melbourne CBD. Please remember that February is a very busy period, so book your stay at your earliest convenience. Can I get a refund? Pause does not issue an exchange or refund for a lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed ticket. A change in personal circumstances does not entitle a ticket holder to return or exchange a ticket.   Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can contact us at tickets [at] pausefest.com.au

at Beer Deluxe Fed Square
The Atrium, Federation Square, Corner Swanston and Flinders Streets
Melbourne, AustraliaBeer Deluxe Fed Squareноутбук 4

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Yoke Brief Night

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Yoke Brief Night
Event on 2016-02-11 18:30:00
YOKE BRIEF NIGHT   A Brief Night is a free hands-on design event series aimed at design graduates, juniors and aspiring designers. The idea behind the event is to try and bridge the gap between education and industry by showing what it’s like to be a designer in a working studio – warts and all. Forget your ideals, here you won’t have months, weeks or even days to research, revise and revisit your design work. There is no room for pondering, no gaps for mulling over. Instead, you will experience the realities of operating within the demands and deadlines of a fast-paced studio, working on the type of projects the industry might throw at you when you’re in the workplace. Participants on the night will all be presented with a solo design brief. The count down then starts and you have 90 minutes to respond. As in the real world, the brief may not be perfect, and you’ll need to be on your guard for any extra curricular requirements. During the 90 minutes, help, advice and direction will be made available to those that need it. When the time runs out, the designing stops. Each participant will then present their work to the rest of the group and get a chance to hear how they’ve done.    OTHER SATELLITE EVENTS MONDAY 8TH DISCOVER SERVICE DESIGN TUESDAY 9TH C4D MEETUP PEER ACADEMY WEDNESDAY 10TH BATTLE OF THE REELS THURSDAY 11TH VR BOOTCAMP EXPLAINERS PANEL SILICON BLOCK PARTY FRIDAY 12TH BUSINESS BREAKFAST TWO SQUARE PEGS SATURDAY 13TH CODE FOR AUSTRALIA APPFLUENTIAL EVENTBRITE QUEENS COLLECTIVE THOUGHTWORKS EXPLAINER VIDEO WORKSHOP   #PauseDiscover #Pause2016   Discover People, Passion and Purpose. Discover content you can’t Google. Discover creative collisions.   Make the most of your Pause experience at our satellite events. With so much talent in one city, let alone country, we decided to create a whole series of in house and satellite events to ensure variety, promote talent, encourage interest, and develop practical skills.   Our event holders put in a lot of work to make sure that these events are high quality and engaging – so make sure that you show your support and grab a ticket as soon as you can! These seats go quickly, so sign up soon to avoid disappointment. We will be adding these events as we go, so make sure you don’t miss out.   Most events are free to attend, however prior registration is essential for each individual event listed above.   Please note that attendance to only these events does not provide access to other events for conference attendees.   For the full Pause Fest 2016 experience, tickets to the 3 day conference are available by clicking here   STARTUP EXPO On the Friday and Saturday of Pause, the Startup Expo showcases the newest products and insights from the best start ups in town. Exhibitors are able to present their ideas and plans for the future in front of the entire Pause community, speakers, special guests and major companies. This is a great opportunity for both startups and investors who for 2 days, are able to connect, collaborate and talk all things startup.  Come to the expo for live demos, giveaways, and to see if you can spot the next big thing.     Are you a startup and ready for your big moment to shine? We've got great news for you! Apply now for one of our special "Golden Tickets" that will give you a spot at our Startup Expo and a one day conference pass for only ! Just imagine where that exposure could take your business. WORKSHOPS We have gathered a selection of the best of the best – the ultimate thinkers, creatives, entrepreneurs and developers will be presenting intimate, thought provoking and engaging workshops and masterclasses just for pause attendees. These masterclasses and workshops will challenge, inspire and sharpen your senses, and will make sure you have fun in the process. Come and learn, so you can create. We will be announcing these events soon, so make sure you don’t miss out. Spaces are very limited. FAQs I have already purchased a conference pass, do I need to register? Yes. These events have a limited capacity and are open the general public, so early registration is essential if you don't want to miss out! I have not purchased a conference pass, can I still attend these events? Yes! We love to share the Pause Fest experience to as many people as possible, so these events are open to everyone. However for all our other exciting events, talks, parties and experiences you will need to pick up a ticket to our conference.   Do I need to register for each event I wish to attend? Yes. The events listed above all have a limited capacity, so prior registration is essential. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Limited parking is available to the rear of Federation Square. Pause Festival highly recommends catching public transport to all events, as we have specifically designed your Pause 2016 event experience around the transport hubs of Melbourne. Federation Square travel information, click here   What can/can't I bring to the event? Bring anything you need to engage at the event that you are attending. If you are attending a workshop of any description, be sure to bring your laptop and ensure you have the required software. Do not bring anything that would be inappropriate.   Is my registration/ticket transferable? No, sorry.   Where can I find accommodation? If you are travelling interstate or internationally to the festival there are many options to choose from in Melbourne CBD. Please remember that February is a very busy period, so book your stay at your earliest convenience. Can I get a refund? Pause does not issue an exchange or refund for a lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed ticket. A change in personal circumstances does not entitle a ticket holder to return or exchange a ticket.   Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can contact us at tickets [at] pausefest.com.au

at Yoke HQ
42 Cambridge St
Collingwood, AustraliaYoke HQcrm manager

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Silicon Block Party

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Silicon Block Party
Event on 2016-02-11 18:00:00
SILICON BLOCK PARTY Bringing industry up-and-comers together with the experts in the field to form one shared community, with the common goal of networking and knowledge sharing. There’s food trucks, DJs, disco lights and a neon bar, which automatically means everyone’s in for a fun time!   OTHER SATELLITE EVENTS MONDAY 8TH DISCOVER SERVICE DESIGN TUESDAY 9TH C4D MEETUP PEER ACADEMY WEDNESDAY 10TH BATTLE OF THE REELS THURSDAY 11TH VR BOOTCAMP EXPLAINERS PANEL YOKE BRIEF NIGHT FRIDAY 12TH BUSINESS BREAKFAST TWO SQUARE PEGS SATURDAY 13TH CODE FOR AUSTRALIA APPFLUENTIAL EVENTBRITE QUEENS COLLECTIVE THOUGHTWORKS EXPLAINER VIDEO WORKSHOP   #PauseDiscover #Pause2016   Discover People, Passion and Purpose. Discover content you can’t Google. Discover creative collisions.   Make the most of your Pause experience at our satellite events. With so much talent in one city, let alone country, we decided to create a whole series of in house and satellite events to ensure variety, promote talent, encourage interest, and develop practical skills.   Our event holders put in a lot of work to make sure that these events are high quality and engaging – so make sure that you show your support and grab a ticket as soon as you can! These seats go quickly, so sign up soon to avoid disappointment. We will be adding these events as we go, so make sure you don’t miss out.   Most events are free to attend, however prior registration is essential for each individual event listed above.   Please note that attendance to only these events does not provide access to other events for conference attendees.   For the full Pause Fest 2016 experience, tickets to the 3 day conference are available by clicking here   STARTUP EXPO On the Friday and Saturday of Pause, the Startup Expo showcases the newest products and insights from the best start ups in town. Exhibitors are able to present their ideas and plans for the future in front of the entire Pause community, speakers, special guests and major companies. This is a great opportunity for both startups and investors who for 2 days, are able to connect, collaborate and talk all things startup.  Come to the expo for live demos, giveaways, and to see if you can spot the next big thing.     Are you a startup and ready for your big moment to shine? We've got great news for you! Apply now for one of our special "Golden Tickets" that will give you a spot at our Startup Expo and a one day conference pass for only ! Just imagine where that exposure could take your business. WORKSHOPS We have gathered a selection of the best of the best – the ultimate thinkers, creatives, entrepreneurs and developers will be presenting intimate, thought provoking and engaging workshops and masterclasses just for pause attendees. These masterclasses and workshops will challenge, inspire and sharpen your senses, and will make sure you have fun in the process. Come and learn, so you can create. We will be announcing these events soon, so make sure you don’t miss out. Spaces are very limited. FAQs I have already purchased a conference pass, do I need to register? Yes. These events have a limited capacity and are open the general public, so early registration is essential if you don't want to miss out! I have not purchased a conference pass, can I still attend these events? Yes! We love to share the Pause Fest experience to as many people as possible, so these events are open to everyone. However for all our other exciting events, talks, parties and experiences you will need to pick up a ticket to our conference.   Do I need to register for each event I wish to attend? Yes. The events listed above all have a limited capacity, so prior registration is essential. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Limited parking is available to the rear of Federation Square. Pause Festival highly recommends catching public transport to all events, as we have specifically designed your Pause 2016 event experience around the transport hubs of Melbourne. Federation Square travel information, click here   What can/can't I bring to the event? Bring anything you need to engage at the event that you are attending. If you are attending a workshop of any description, be sure to bring your laptop and ensure you have the required software. Do not bring anything that would be inappropriate.   Is my registration/ticket transferable? No, sorry.   Where can I find accommodation? If you are travelling interstate or internationally to the festival there are many options to choose from in Melbourne CBD. Please remember that February is a very busy period, so book your stay at your earliest convenience. Can I get a refund? Pause does not issue an exchange or refund for a lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed ticket. A change in personal circumstances does not entitle a ticket holder to return or exchange a ticket.   Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can contact us at tickets [at] pausefest.com.au

at IE Agency
9 Brighton St
Richmond, AustraliaIE Agencyкак установить

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Battle of the Reels

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Battle of the Reels
Event on 2016-02-10 15:00:00
BATTLE OF THE REELS Our panel of judges will critique selected submitted works, live in a 90 minute session giving students the experience of creating a 90 second reel and having it critiqued by industry experts. See what industry recruiters look for when assessing work, and how and why they make the decisions they do. The panel will include Rising Sun Pictures's Head of Recruitment, Marcus Wells, Tyroe's Alwyn Hunt, and The Foundry's Mariana Acuna and Nicki Morris. OTHER SATELLITE EVENTS MONDAY 8TH DISCOVER SERVICE DESIGN TUESDAY 9TH C4D MEETUP PEER ACADEMY THURSDAY 11TH VR BOOTCAMP EXPLAINERS PANEL SILICON BLOCK PARTY YOKE BRIEF NIGHT FRIDAY 12TH BUSINESS BREAKFAST TWO SQUARE PEGS SATURDAY 13TH CODE FOR AUSTRALIA APPFLUENTIAL EVENTBRITE QUEENS COLLECTIVE THOUGHTWORKS EXPLAINER VIDEO WORKSHOP   #PauseDiscover #Pause2016   Discover People, Passion and Purpose. Discover content you can’t Google. Discover creative collisions.   Make the most of your Pause experience at our satellite events. With so much talent in one city, let alone country, we decided to create a whole series of in house and satellite events to ensure variety, promote talent, encourage interest, and develop practical skills.   Our event holders put in a lot of work to make sure that these events are high quality and engaging – so make sure that you show your support and grab a ticket as soon as you can! These seats go quickly, so sign up soon to avoid disappointment. We will be adding these events as we go, so make sure you don’t miss out.   Most events are free to attend, however prior registration is essential for each individual event listed above.   Please note that attendance to only these events does not provide access to other events for conference attendees.   For the full Pause Fest 2016 experience, tickets to the 3 day conference are available by clicking here   STARTUP EXPO On the Friday and Saturday of Pause, the Startup Expo showcases the newest products and insights from the best start ups in town. Exhibitors are able to present their ideas and plans for the future in front of the entire Pause community, speakers, special guests and major companies. This is a great opportunity for both startups and investors who for 2 days, are able to connect, collaborate and talk all things startup.  Come to the expo for live demos, giveaways, and to see if you can spot the next big thing.     Are you a startup and ready for your big moment to shine? We've got great news for you! Apply now for one of our special "Golden Tickets" that will give you a spot at our Startup Expo and a one day conference pass for only ! Just imagine where that exposure could take your business. WORKSHOPS We have gathered a selection of the best of the best – the ultimate thinkers, creatives, entrepreneurs and developers will be presenting intimate, thought provoking and engaging workshops and masterclasses just for pause attendees. These masterclasses and workshops will challenge, inspire and sharpen your senses, and will make sure you have fun in the process. Come and learn, so you can create. We will be announcing these events soon, so make sure you don’t miss out. Spaces are very limited. FAQs I have already purchased a conference pass, do I need to register? Yes. These events have a limited capacity and are open the general public, so early registration is essential if you don't want to miss out! I have not purchased a conference pass, can I still attend these events? Yes! We love to share the Pause Fest experience to as many people as possible, so these events are open to everyone. However for all our other exciting events, talks, parties and experiences you will need to pick up a ticket to our conference.   Do I need to register for each event I wish to attend? Yes. The events listed above all have a limited capacity, so prior registration is essential. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Limited parking is available to the rear of Federation Square. Pause Festival highly recommends catching public transport to all events, as we have specifically designed your Pause 2016 event experience around the transport hubs of Melbourne. Federation Square travel information, click here   What can/can't I bring to the event? Bring anything you need to engage at the event that you are attending. If you are attending a workshop of any description, be sure to bring your laptop and ensure you have the required software. Do not bring anything that would be inappropriate.   Is my registration/ticket transferable? No, sorry.   Where can I find accommodation? If you are travelling interstate or internationally to the festival there are many options to choose from in Melbourne CBD. Please remember that February is a very busy period, so book your stay at your earliest convenience. Can I get a refund? Pause does not issue an exchange or refund for a lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed ticket. A change in personal circumstances does not entitle a ticket holder to return or exchange a ticket.   Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can contact us at tickets [at] pausefest.com.au

at The Cube, ACMI
Fed Square , Corner Swanston & Flinders St
Melbourne, AustraliaThe Cube, ACMIlenovo планшет

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Discover Service Design For The Future

Pause 2016 Satellite Events – Discover Service Design For The Future
Event on 2016-02-08 18:30:00
DISSCOVER SERVICE DESIGN FOR THE FUTURE Service Design is a well established, yet often misunderstood discipline that focuses on the development of solutions with consideration to all channels and touch points from both a user and organisational perspective. It’s a growing industry, with everyone from banks, to social enterprises using this to create value for their organisations, and the people they interact with. This is a hands-on, crash course where you’ll learn a high level approach and key tools and practices of service design. You’ll design with consideration for both the user and the organisation involved in the service. In this 1.5 hour introduction, we'll walk through through: Discovery: gaining empathy and understanding the needs and pain points of users. Ideation: Developing a range of ideas on how to develop a solution to meet the needs of all users. Prototyping: Testing and iterating, including the customer experience, “front of house” interactions, and back of house dependencies. Communication: Articulating the many facets of your offering in a concise way. This masterclass is for anyone that has an interest in applying the design process to solve complex problems. OTHER SATELLITE EVENTS TUESDAY 9TH C4D MEETUP PEER ACADEMY WEDNESDAY 10TH BATTLE OF THE REELS THURSDAY 11TH VR BOOTCAMP EXPLAINERS PANEL SILICON BLOCK PARTY YOKE BRIEF NIGHT FRIDAY 12TH BUSINESS BREAKFAST TWO SQUARE PEGS SATURDAY 13TH CODE FOR AUSTRALIA APPFLUENTIAL EVENTBRITE QUEENS COLLECTIVE THOUGHTWORKS EXPLAINER VIDEO WORKSHOP   #PauseDiscover #Pause2016   Discover People, Passion and Purpose. Discover content you can’t Google. Discover creative collisions.   Make the most of your Pause experience at our satellite events. With so much talent in one city, let alone country, we decided to create a whole series of in house and satellite events to ensure variety, promote talent, encourage interest, and develop practical skills.   Our event holders put in a lot of work to make sure that these events are high quality and engaging – so make sure that you show your support and grab a ticket as soon as you can! These seats go quickly, so sign up soon to avoid disappointment. We will be adding these events as we go, so make sure you don’t miss out.   Most events are free to attend, however prior registration is essential for each individual event listed above.   Please note that attendance to only these events does not provide access to other events for conference attendees.   For the full Pause Fest 2016 experience, tickets to the 3 day conference are available by clicking here   STARTUP EXPO On the Friday and Saturday of Pause, the Startup Expo showcases the newest products and insights from the best start ups in town. Exhibitors are able to present their ideas and plans for the future in front of the entire Pause community, speakers, special guests and major companies. This is a great opportunity for both startups and investors who for 2 days, are able to connect, collaborate and talk all things startup.  Come to the expo for live demos, giveaways, and to see if you can spot the next big thing.     Are you a startup and ready for your big moment to shine? We've got great news for you! Apply now for one of our special "Golden Tickets" that will give you a spot at our Startup Expo and a one day conference pass for only ! Just imagine where that exposure could take your business. WORKSHOPS We have gathered a selection of the best of the best – the ultimate thinkers, creatives, entrepreneurs and developers will be presenting intimate, thought provoking and engaging workshops and masterclasses just for pause attendees. These masterclasses and workshops will challenge, inspire and sharpen your senses, and will make sure you have fun in the process. Come and learn, so you can create. We will be announcing these events soon, so make sure you don’t miss out. Spaces are very limited. FAQs I have already purchased a conference pass, do I need to register? Yes. These events have a limited capacity and are open the general public, so early registration is essential if you don't want to miss out! I have not purchased a conference pass, can I still attend these events? Yes! We love to share the Pause Fest experience to as many people as possible, so these events are open to everyone. However for all our other exciting events, talks, parties and experiences you will need to pick up a ticket to our conference.   Do I need to register for each event I wish to attend? Yes. The events listed above all have a limited capacity, so prior registration is essential. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event? Limited parking is available to the rear of Federation Square. Pause Festival highly recommends catching public transport to all events, as we have specifically designed your Pause 2016 event experience around the transport hubs of Melbourne. Federation Square travel information, click here   What can/can't I bring to the event? Bring anything you need to engage at the event that you are attending. If you are attending a workshop of any description, be sure to bring your laptop and ensure you have the required software. Do not bring anything that would be inappropriate.   Is my registration/ticket transferable? No, sorry.   Where can I find accommodation? If you are travelling interstate or internationally to the festival there are many options to choose from in Melbourne CBD. Please remember that February is a very busy period, so book your stay at your earliest convenience. Can I get a refund? Pause does not issue an exchange or refund for a lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed ticket. A change in personal circumstances does not entitle a ticket holder to return or exchange a ticket.   Where can I contact the organiser with any questions? You can contact us at tickets [at] pausefest.com.au

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Red Skies: Bible Prophecy and World Events

Alta Loma, CA (PRWEB) April 04, 2015

Red Skies, the latest book from Prophecy Central explains how biblical predictions make sense of the current overwhelming problems that threaten world health, peace and prosperity.

Jesus noticed that the religious leaders of His day could forecast the weather when they saw red skies, but they were not aware of the major prophecies that were being fulfilled by His life and ministry. He taught His disciples what will happen on earth just before He comes again.

Red Skies: Bible Prophecy and World Events ($ 11.99, paperback, 978-1505376074) gives a chronological list of things to come–based on Jesus’ own four-part outline of the future. It includes major developments of our generation, giving insight to such issues as the growing struggle between Islam and the Western world, animosity toward Israel, and the persecution of Christians. Each aspect is illustrated by summaries of recent world events.

The book was written from the same time-honored theological position held by Evangelical authors and teachers like Hal Lindsey, Tim LaHaye, Billy Graham, and the late Chuck Smith. It explains prophecies about End Times events, including the declining influence of the Church, financial malaise, weak governments and the lack of respect for them, the accelerating threat of major wars, natural disasters, terrifying diseases like Ebola, and much more.

Red Skies explores the need for a new revival of Christian belief and zeal, and it lists some of the signs that this new great awakening could occur.

The book explains the “Rapture,” which will transport true believers in Christ into His presence. It then describes the major aspects of the seven-year Tribulation, when a powerful and charismatic leader will appear. Unfortunately, once he has gained power, he will establish the final evil empire, supported by a coalition of world religions. He will impose an economic dictatorship and, using advanced technology, require everyone to receive the “mark of the beast” in order to buy or sell anything. Finally, at the Campaign of Armageddon, Christ will return to earth to establish His righteous kingdom.

The book’s author, Ron Graff, is editor of Prophecy Central (http://www.Bible-prophecy.com). This popular educational website has been in operation for 18 years, and is currently the first listing for an Internet search for “Bible prophecy.”

Graff has been a pastor, writer, conference speaker, and an avid student of prophecy for more than 50 years, and has written several other books on the subject. He can be contacted at 909-944-1786 orrongraff(at)aol(dot)com.








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Upcoming Educational Collaborative Law Events


Massachusetts (PRWEB) March 04, 2015

Business and family law attorney Jeffrey Fink is schedule to speak at three upcoming events this spring in conjunction with the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council (MCLC).

The first of the three events will take place March 12 at the MCLC annual members’ meeting. Jeffrey will present Extreme Makeover, Collaborative Edition: When Residential Construction Comes Unglued, a group presentation intended to demonstrate techniques to deal with multi-party disputes. The presentation will also help members learn to maintain a collaborative dynamic when dealing with legal issues of rights and liabilities, and how to work with untrained counsel. Finally, the presentation will teach skills for determining whether a complex case is appropriate for collaborative law.

The second presentation will take place May 1, 2015, at MCLC’s annual Advanced Training Forum, a program that attracts people from across the country. Jeffrey will again be part of a group presenting Partnerships and Prenups: Collaborating for Love and Money, a presentation that will explore ways to use collaborative law techniques to build contractual relationships rather than just in dispute resolution when the relationships fall apart.

Finally, Jeffrey will take part in MCLC’s Charles River Practice Group on June 16, 2015. He will be a co-presenter of Different Practice Styles for Different Cases, which is designed to build on the themes of the March presentation and describe how different cases may need a more or less subtle approach.

Says Jeffrey of his upcoming presentations, “As global thought leaders in expanding applications for the collaborative process, my colleagues and I are creatively tackling some of the most challenging problems in Collaborative Law today. It’s a real honor to work with them and to have these opportunities to present to these groups.”

For more information about the upcoming speaking engagements or to speak with Jeffrey directly, contact him at 781.237.0338 or by email at jfink(AT)jfinklawadr.com.








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Baby Boomers – List Of Famous Events That Shaped Their Lives

The ‘Me Generation’ or the Baby Boomers questioned existing political views, social stance and discriminatory laws in higher education besides channeling their creative energies towards boosting economic prosperity for the nation as they emerged successful in their chosen field through being over-achievers and leaders.

The year 1946 began with a bang for the baby boomers with some of the nation’s biggest moments including Churchill’s warnings about the ‘iron curtain’ of the Soviet controlling Eastern Europe; the UN’s first general assembly, philanthropist, John D. Rockefeller donating his wealth to a New York-based UN headquarter and the Nuremberg war crimes being carried out, which resulted in 12 Nazis being sentenced to death.

Mahatma Gandhi, the charismatic Indian leader and advocate of peace and brotherhood was assassinated in 1948; communists in Czechoslovakian took over control of the land, the Marshall Plan was ratified, which approved of $ 17 billion being used for the aid of Europeans and Israel gave shelter to over 200,000 European refugees.

The following year witnessed the rise of communist power in China and its nationalists fleeing to Taiwan, the NATO being established and Israel becoming part of UN; Apartheid was officially declared as the governmental policy of South African, which was a feat for the global community that chose equality over racial discrimination.

The 1950’s lot of baby boomers saw North Korea invading South Korea, Chinese communist forces taking over Tibet and President Truman and Alger Hiss being condemned on charges of perjury. The next year, the American Congress passed its 22nd Amendment allowing 2nd terms for a President while Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were convicted for passing on US nuclear to Soviet Union and President Dwight Eisenhower was elected to power the year after; the same year (1952) Princess Elizabeth was crowned queen of Great Britain and the U.S constructed Nautilus, its first nuclear submarine. 1953 came with its fair share of political upsets and victories, like Nikita Khrushchev winning after the death of Josef Stalin in the Soviet Union and Josef Tito being elected as the new Yugoslavian President; of course the execution of convicted spies, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg made headlines too while a laudable new branch, the U.S. Health and Human Services was also created.

1954 highlights included a Supreme Court verdict of racial discrimination in educational institutions being unconstitutional, Senator McCarthy conducting enquiries into the Army’s communist infiltration and subsequently declaring it on national TV; ’55 saw Martin Luther King, Jr., leading the 1st U.S. civil rights society and WW-II allies signing a treaty for restoring Austria’s independence.

The re-election of President Eisenhower made news in 1956 as did Israel’s invasion of Sinai Peninsula, Fidel Castro starting off the Cuba revolution; ‘ was no less eventful: Eisenhower presented his ‘Doctrine,’ the Soviet Union brought in the space age via Sputnik and the last of the baby boomer years, 1958, recorded the US launching its first satellite, Explorer I while NASA was established and so was the United Arab Republic (with the coming together of Egypt, Sudan and U.S Marines intervention in Lebanon).

Thus, baby boomers sure grew up in interesting times.

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The ‘Me Generation’ or the Baby Boomers questioned existing political views, social stance and discriminatory laws in higher education besides channeling their creative energies towards boosting economic prosperity for the nation as they emerged successful in their chosen field through being over-achievers and leaders.

The year 1946 began with a bang for the baby boomers with some of the nation’s biggest moments including Churchill’s warnings about the ‘iron curtain’ of the Soviet controlling Eastern Europe; the UN’s first general assembly, philanthropist, John D. Rockefeller donating his wealth to a New York-based UN headquarter and the Nuremberg war crimes being carried out, which resulted in 12 Nazis being sentenced to death.

Mahatma Gandhi, the charismatic Indian leader and advocate of peace and brotherhood was assassinated in 1948; communists in Czechoslovakian took over control of the land, the Marshall Plan was ratified, which approved of $ 17 billion being used for the aid of Europeans and Israel gave shelter to over 200,000 European refugees.

The following year witnessed the rise of communist power in China and its nationalists fleeing to Taiwan, the NATO being established and Israel becoming part of UN; Apartheid was officially declared as the governmental policy of South African, which was a feat for the global community that chose equality over racial discrimination.

The 1950’s lot of baby boomers saw North Korea invading South Korea, Chinese communist forces taking over Tibet and President Truman and Alger Hiss being condemned on charges of perjury. The next year, the American Congress passed its 22nd Amendment allowing 2nd terms for a President while Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were convicted for passing on US nuclear to Soviet Union and President Dwight Eisenhower was elected to power the year after; the same year (1952) Princess Elizabeth was crowned queen of Great Britain and the U.S constructed Nautilus, its first nuclear submarine. 1953 came with its fair share of political upsets and victories, like Nikita Khrushchev winning after the death of Josef Stalin in the Soviet Union and Josef Tito being elected as the new Yugoslavian President; of course the execution of convicted spies, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg made headlines too while a laudable new branch, the U.S. Health and Human Services was also created.

1954 highlights included a Supreme Court verdict of racial discrimination in educational institutions being unconstitutional, Senator McCarthy conducting enquiries into the Army’s communist infiltration and subsequently declaring it on national TV; ’55 saw Martin Luther King, Jr., leading the 1st U.S. civil rights society and WW-II allies signing a treaty for restoring Austria’s independence.

The re-election of President Eisenhower made news in 1956 as did Israel’s invasion of Sinai Peninsula, Fidel Castro starting off the Cuba revolution; ‘ was no less eventful: Eisenhower presented his ‘Doctrine,’ the Soviet Union brought in the space age via Sputnik and the last of the baby boomer years, 1958, recorded the US launching its first satellite, Explorer I while NASA was established and so was the United Arab Republic (with the coming together of Egypt, Sudan and U.S Marines intervention in Lebanon).

Thus, baby boomers sure grew up in interesting times.

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