Dig into this year’s themes with these five reading lists

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Talent, Marketing, Entertainment, Cities, Moonshots: five ecosystems to explore

Since last May, we have been hard at work laying the building blocks for C2 Montréal 2017. Today, after many passionate conversations with various members of the C2 community, we are taking this process one step further by publishing a detailed exploration of our main theme, Ecosystems, through the lens of five intertwined networks (and ecosystems in their own right): Talent, Marketing, Entertainment, Cities and Moonshots.

Click on the icons for reflexions, resources and targeted reading lists on each of these subjects:

Diamant

How do you develop talent in ever-shifting business environments?
Learn more about Talent at C2M17

Cerveau

What is the new role of the marketer in increasingly complex ecosystems?
Learn more about Marketing at C2M17

VR

How do we reinvent entertainment as the behaviour of the audience evolves?
Learn more about Entertainment at C2M17

Cities

How do we rethink and redesign our cities?
Learn more about Cities at C2M17

Terre

Where will the next moonshot come from? What are the next leaps for mankind?
Learn more about Moonshots at C2M17

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Living and breathing these ideas at C2 Montréal 2017
In Montréal, May 24-26, 2017, we will be exploring each of those themes separately, but also in collision with one another. Learn more

 

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Introducing multi-speed programming
As you navigate each section of content, you’ll also notice we’ve separated the reading and watching material into two separate categories: Jumpstart and Dig deeper. This is no coincidence: this year, we’re trying a brand new approach to programming, taking into account that participants have a varying level of understanding of each content topic.

 

Get your word in
We are excited to see how these thoughts evolve over the next weeks and months and we hope you will help take the conversation further: What have we missed? What else should we be thinking about? Who are the thought leaders we should invite to be a part of the conversation?

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