The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) is the online festival of ideas that asks: what if we could redesign everything?
200 hours of content will be streamed during the three weeks, including live studio discussions, animations, pre-recorded videos and roundtable debates with leading thinkers. Throughout, we’ll be asking our contributors to tell us what they think is in store for the future of the economy. While watching you can chip in with your thoughts and questions, or you can even choose to run an event of your own - the stage can be yours!
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In 2016 there were over 300 sessions and close to 100,000 individuals visiting thinkdif.co during the live phase.
The Festival kicked off with the DIF Live Launch in London - which nearly 2000 (and counting) - people have viewed online, followed by two further excellent headline sessions courtesy of Sir Ken Robinson, Dr Peter Senge and Douglas Rushkoff, plus over 150 Open Mics, a multitude of sessions from the Foundation’s partner, pioneer and network universities on the Big Top Tent stage, and over 40 live sessions in the DIF studio!
You can also view the two minute highlight video for a whistle-stop tour of the first DIF.
View the two minute highlights video for a whistle-stop tour of what happened in 2014.