2018 TEDxWHU tickets are now available!

"The Day After Tomorrow"

TEDxWHU will host its fourth TEDx conference on February 3rd, 2018


The Day After Tomorrow
February 3RD, 2018
On Saturday February 3rd, 2018 TEDxWHU will host the fourth annual TEDx Conference at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar, Germany. This year's event theme is going to be "The Day After Tomorrow" bringing you once again interesting speakers from diverse backgrounds. You can now purchase your ticket to attend the event.
Andreas Thellmann
The Future of Urban Air Mobility

Andreas Thellmann has always been passionate about the future of flight. He got fascinated by the fact that, one day, everyone of us would be able to fly an air vehicle.

Aimie Carstensen-Henze
Social Interaction for 34€

Aimie is a successful entrepreneur, blogger and active member in the field of women empowerment. She co-founded ArtNight, a company that has recently been featured in "Die Höhle der Löwen".

Christopher Kabakis
Talk Like Trump

Christopher Kabakis is a communication consultant, coaches speakers and is the founder of “Infinity Institute”, a company that aims at helping people unleash their full potential to become successful.

Martin Stuchtey
Redefining growth in the Twenty-first century

Martin Stuchtey is the founder of SYSTEMIQ, a company that aims at connecting people, ideas, technologies, and capital to create good disruptions in critical economic systems. 

Dinara Kasko
When ordinary food becomes a part of art

Dinara Kasko is a Ukrainian "architectural pastry chef". She creates highly artistic, edible cakes using 3D printers. In her talk, Dinara will tell us how she shifted from architecture to the baking industry!

Hector Martinez
3D Bioprinting of Human Tissues

CTO and Co-Founder of Cellink, Hector Martinez is an expert of tissue engineering and 3D Bioprinting. He aims at improving healthcare treatments to patients in need with 3D Bioprinting.

Andreas Stark
Love the Life you Live, Live the Life you Love

As a life coach and blogger known for his passion for self-development, lifestyle design and bio-hacking, Andreas Stark wants to inspire and support others in their journey to self-accomplishment.

Hans-Christian Boos
Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Business

Hans-Christian Boos has a mission: empowering human potential,
freeing up time for creativity and innovative thinking
through artificial intelligence (AI).


Perspectives Shape Perceptions
February 4th, 2017
On Saturday February 4th, 2017 TEDxWHU hosted the third annual TEDx Conference. 2017 event theme was „Perspectives Shape Perceptions“. During this event, eight speakers came up with their inspiring personal background and shared their vision of the world on stage at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar, Germany.


Future of Society - Digital, Diverse, Dynamic
MARCH 13TH, 2016
On March 13th, 2016, TEDxWHU hosted the annual TEDx conference at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management in Vallendar, Germany for the second time. 2016 event theme was „Future of Society - Digital, Diverse, Dynamic“. It brought together seven speakers from very diverse backgrounds. The event was rounded off by the Aon meet&eat dinner at the universities beautiful vaulted cellar where speakers and participants continued discussing the future of society. Michael Dehm, Director Global at Aon Deutschland, welcomed the audience and opened the delectable buffet.


New Horizons and Pioneers
TEDxWHU was founded with the mission to bring the TEDx experience to our university and introduce a conference that not only deals with business related topics, but is open to all kind of ideas that affect as and our society. During our first event that took place on September 18th, 2015 we had incredible speakers who were pioneers in their field of work. They shaped our society with their beliefs, methods and products while pushing the limits and extending the boundaries of ways of thinking.

about TEDxWHU

TED is a global conference devoted to ideas worth spreading.
The conference started out in 1984 bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design. Since then, its scope has become even broader. TED talks are filmed and published through the official TED channels, reaching millions all around the world. TEDx events are in the spirit of TED's mission but independently organized under an official TEDx license. WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management is a leading business school located in Vallendar/Koblenz. It is continuously ranked among the best business schools in Europe. TEDxWHU is designed to stimulate dialogues through TED-like experiences. Live presenters spark deep conversation and connections. The TEDxWHU event is fully planned and coordinated by students of WHU and takes place at the Vallendar Campus.

Frequently Asked

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How do I get to the event location by car?
TEDxWHU takes place at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management a leading business school located in Vallendar/Koblenz. A61 and A3 will lead you to Vallendar.  If you use GPS please enter "Heerstraße" as your aim instead of "Burgplatz". There is an underground car parking directly beside the university.  Free Parking is available on the REWE parking space on the main road.

WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management
Burgplatz 2, 57169 Vallendar, Germany
How do I get to the event location by train?
Take the train to Koblenz central station (Hauptbahnhof). You can then take a evm bus number 8 or 8a to Vallendar. The journey time is around 20 minutes. Alternatively, you can travel north by train to Cologne and then take the regional express train to Vallendar station.
What is the dress code at the event?
TEDx events are about individuals and their ideas, not so much about the way they dress. So we encourage you to wear what you feel comfortable in. There is no need to suit up but if you feel most comfy in your business clothes, you're welcome to wear them. However, our recommendation is smart casual.

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1.00 PM
h building
2.00 PM
block 1
4.00 PM
break & snacks
4.30 PM
block 2
5.30 PM
6.00 PM
block 3
7.00 PM
meet & eat
vaulted cellar