ABOUT
TED
TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design. Since then its scope has become ever broader.
TED embraces a variety of initiatives including the TEDx program. TEDx gives communities, organizations and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue through TED-like experiences at the local level. TEDx events are planned and coordinated independently.
TED global includes TEDxKalamata in the second place of the “TEDx events you have to see to believe” list in the world.
Huffington post media partnership. TEDxKalamata speakers blogging in Huffington post to promote TEDxKalamata event.
Recognition of TEDxKalamata from TED community across the world.
TEDx Kalamata 2013 speakers are coming from 11 different countries of the world.
“limits”
This year's main topic: Limits. Limits exist to define our identity and challenge us. Personal, biological, physical and social limits set by our position on the map, religion, language, taboos and social norms.

In 2014, TEDxKalamata draws its inspiration from ‘ideas’ that indicate the existence of limits and manage to overcome them.

Behind these limitations: People. People that define themselves and move within them, evolve and get dragged away with them. Kalamata hosts stories demonstrating how the impossible can become possible, in a paradoxical journey where boundaries are defined, in order to inspire rather than to define.

Guessing who the leading characters of TEDxKalamata – Limits are?
Those who know, embrace and transcend their limits!
TEDxKalamata
TEDxKalamata is a non-profit initiative of 20 young people, aspiring to create a core of actions that will incorporate terms such us innovation, initiative, collegiality and extroversion in the city of Kalamata.

TEDxKalamata proposes to the city a global, optimistic and dynamic way of thinking. It believes in the city’s momentum that builds upon its competitive advantages and envisions decentralization in Greece.