09:00
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10:15
Talks & Panels
Working together to go from ambition to action

At the opening ceremony, we'll have the opportunity to listen to major players of the Movin'On ecosystem: cities, countries, civil societies and companies. Our goal, this year, is to move from ambition to action and to initiate concrete steps to advance the mobility of tomorrow. This segment lights the spark for the two and a half days of discussion and seeking solutions.

  • Opening act by Le Patin Libre
  • Opening remarks by Jean-Dominique Senard (Michelin) and Valérie Plante (Montréal)
  • Panel with Bertrand Piccard (Solar Impulse Foundation), Valérie Plante (Montréal), Jean-Dominique Senard (Michelin), Kate White (State of California), Joshua L. Schank (Moderator)

Artistic performances – House troupe, dressed by DUY

Resident DJs – N/B/K Live

Bertrand Piccard,
Speaker

Valérie Plante,
Speaker

Joshua L. Schank,
Moderator

Jean-Dominique Senard,
Speaker

Kate White,
Speaker

Le Patin Libre,
Artist

11:00
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12:15
Talks & Panels
The ecosystem driving the decarbonization challenge

Achieving clean mobility is not simply about decarbonising transport. It will result from the combined actions of key players of our 4Cs ecosystem, with a focus on influential cities and exemplary countries. Which solutions can each actor bring to the table? From goods transport to passenger transport, decarbonisation remains paramount.

  • Video message by Catherine McKenna (Government of Canada)
  • Talk by Monica Araya (Costa Rica Limpia)
  • Panel with Bob Bennett (Kansas City), Martin Frick (UNFCCC), Marie-Christine Lombard (Geodis), Ursula Mathar (BMW), Patrick Oliva (Moderator)

Monica Araya,
Speaker

Bob Bennett,
Speaker

Patrick Oliva,
Moderator

Martin Frick,
Speaker

Marie-Christine Lombard,
Speaker

Ursula Mathar,
Speaker

11:15
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12:30
Talks & Panels
Digitalizing to create value

The world as we know it is undergoing profound changes with tools such as connectivity, artificial intelligence, blockchain and data taking over. A few years from now, goods and people transport will be completely different than what it is today. If the car is seen as a smart tool, why not the ecosystem as a whole? What if this important paradigm shift, digitalisation, holds the answer?

  • Talk by Kam He (Alibaba Cloud)
  • Panel with Anand Mahurkar (Findability Sciences), Girish Rishi (JDA), David Sadek (Thales), Dirk Wollschlaeger (IBM), Ashley Z. Hand (Moderator)

Artistic performances – DeaD AnglE CreW feat. Rawss & Eclipse, dressed by Rémi van Bochove

Resident DJs – Téhu & Famelik

Ashley Z. Hand,
Moderator

Kam He,
Speaker

Anand Mahurkar,
Speaker

Girish Rishi,
Speaker

David Sadek,
Speaker

Dirk Wollschlaeger,
Speaker

13:30
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14:45
Talks & Panels
The global citizen at the heart of a more inclusive transformation

The energy transition is a global and public issue, much like the digital transformation. This segment will shine the light on these two key elements which will define tomorrow's mobility. Alternative energies and data are the essence of the industry's future. They are powerful levers to achieve greener, safer and more confidential mobility, and thus, accelerate change.

  • Panel with Don Civgin (Allstate), Shi Weiliang (Huawei), Young Tae Kim (ITF), Joanna Kerr (Moderator)
  • Isabelle Kocher (Engie) interviewed by Monique LerouxThis interview will be in French

Don Civgin,
Speaker

Shi Weiliang,
Speaker

Young Tae Kim,
Speaker

Isabelle Kocher,
Speaker

Monique Leroux,
Interviewer

Joanna Kerr,
Moderator

13:30
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14:45
Talks & Panels
Putting cities at work to transform mobility

Transporting goods and people has a common ideal: a fluid mobility serving citizens, capitalizing on multimodality. This ideal mobility meets the new user needs and ecological targets. To turn it into reality, cities gather together all the actors fighting for this common goal. Taking into account the needs of all, as well as product and people flows, is the key.

  • Talk by Fabien Derville (Mobivia) –This talk will be in French
    • Rob Moore (Hertz) interviewed by Tamara Warren
    • Panel with Bob Bennett (Kansas City), Adam Blinick (UBER), Marcus Welz (Siemens), Manöella Wilbaut (DHL), Catherine Kargas (Moderator)

Bob Bennett,
Speaker

Adam Blinick,
Speaker

Fabien Derville,
Speaker

Rob Moore,
Speaker

Catherine Kargas,
Moderator

Marcus Welz,
Speaker

15:30
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16:45
Talks & Panels
The great pathways to the future of mobility

The new user experiences are defining the future of mobility and of multimodality. To accelerate the implementation of this mobility 2.0, we must encourage virtuous behaviors, combine modes of transport more effectively and optimize the use of our current energy sources. Together, let's keep the wind in our sails!

  • Talk by Victorien Erussard (Energy Observer) –This talk will be in French
  • Patrick Pouyanné (Total) interviewed by Tina Davis

Tina Davis,
Interviewer

Victorien Erussard,
Speaker

Patrick Pouyanné,
Speaker

09:00
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10:15
Talks & Panels
Improving user experience with AI and connectivity

Connectivity and Artificial Intelligence are the founding pillars of this new industry that is mobility. They both impact the major challenges facing cities today: finding solutions to eliminate traffic congestion and air pollution, develop new services to improve multimodality, and coping with a growing urban population, as 70% of the world's population will soon live in cities. This segment identifies ways to capitalize on the latest technological innovations to improve the new user transport experience, all the while activating an eco-friendly transition towards the mobility of tomorrow.

  • Musical morning with Léonie Gray
  • Talk by RJ Scaringe (Rivian)
  • Panel with Thierry Bonhomme (Orange), Paul Daugherty (Accenture), Jean-François Gagné (Element AI), Joshua L. Schank (Los Angeles), Ashley Z. Hand (Moderator)

Artistic Performances – House troupe, dressed by DUY Resident DJs – N/B/K Live

Thierry Bonhomme,
Speaker

Paul Daugherty,
Speaker

Jean-François Gagné,
Speaker

Ashley Z. Hand,
Moderator

RJ Scaringe,
Speaker

Joshua L. Schank,
Speaker

09:15
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10:30
Talks & Panels
Society as a service

Usually, when we think about transforming business models, we think about doing so within traditional industries. But the change is much broader than that, and it can also affect related industries such as financing, consulting, etc… All must rethink their vision of mobility. This segment will feature many conversations about the transition towards Mobility as a Service, from a B2C to a B2B model on topics ranging from vehicle fleets, electrification, profitability or new consumer needs.

  • Boboye Oyeyemi (FRSC) interviewed by Andrew McKellar
  • Panel with Philippe Bismut (Arval), Barry Einsig (Cisco), Fengmin Gong (DiDi Chuxing), Tom Madrecki (UPS), Catherine Kargas (Moderator)

Artistic performances – DeaD AnglE CreW feat. Rawss & Eclipse, dressed by Rémi van Bochove

Resident DJs – Téhu & Famelik

Philippe Bismut,
Speaker

Barry Einsig,
Speaker

Fengmin Gong,
Speaker

Catherine Kargas,
Moderator

Tom Madrecki,
Speaker

Andrew McKellar,
Interviewer

11:00
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12:15
Talks & Panels
Being smart in the multimodal city of tomorrow

The sharing economy is a pathway to sustainability and an essential component of the new multimodal society. Cars are no longer at the heart of cities, citizens are, forcing OEMs and other industries to rethink their mobility architecture and their market presence to favor a service-driven rather than product-driven approach. This segment focuses on new business models, possible partnerships, regulatory barriers and consumer dynamics in an economy based on sharing.

  • Guillaume Pepy (SNCF), interviewed by Kulveer Ranger
  • Panel with Brigitte Courtehoux (PSA), Sampo Hietanen (MaaS Global), Sandra Phillips (movmi), Oliver Moore (Moderator)

Brigitte Courtehoux,
Speaker

Sampo Hietanen,
Speaker

Oliver Moore,
Moderator

Guillaume Pepy,
Speaker

Sandra Phillips,
Speaker

Kulveer Ranger,
Interviewer

11:15
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12:30
Talks & Panels
From linear minds to circular thinking

For a long time, the traditional economy has operated on a linear production system whose logic was: extract-manufacture-consume-discard. Today, we must rethink the way we consume and put an end to planned obsolescence. This is a brand new way of seeing things, a profound cultural shift. Whether by reusing expensive materials or by opting for renewable energy sources, the players in this segment are in a privileged position to become the leaders of the circular economy in all industries.

  • Talk by Steve Oldham (Carbon Engineering)
  • Panel with Pascal Juéry (Solvay), Joanna Kerr (Greenpeace), Laetitia Vasseur (HOP), Brice Lalonde (Moderator)

Pascal Juéry,
Speaker

Joanna Kerr,
Speaker

Brice Lalonde,
Moderator

Steve Oldham,
Speaker

Laetitia Vasseur,
Speaker

13:30
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14:45
Talks & Panels
Shining a light on alternative energies

Within the realm of upcoming technologies to accelerate decarbonization, electrification is a promising one : Battery, fuel cell, lithium, hydrogen.... What do we really know about these technologies and sources of energy? What is the market status and the impact on decarbonization, and how can we introduce them to the market? This segment aims to illustrate the potential of alternative energies in order to stimulate their adoption and spark the transition towards a carbon neutral economy.

  • Shigemoto Kajihara* (MOEJ), interviewed by Jose Viegas
  • Panel with Denis Le Vot (Nissan), Peter Tropschuh (Audi), Karim Zaghib (Hydro Québec), Alexis Gazzo (Moderator)

Jose Viegas,
Moderator

Alexis Gazzo,
Moderator

Shigemoto Kajihara,
Speaker

Denis Le Vot,
Speaker

Peter Tropschuh,
Speaker

Karim Zaghib,
Speaker

13:30
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14:45
Talks & Panels
Complementary challenges facing the mobility ecosystem

In a world where the mobility needs of citizens are constantly evolving, where environmental targets are level-1 priorities, and where the lack of infrastructure is increasingly worrisome, the transition to a new kind of mobility is essential. Fostering collaboration between cities, countries, businesses and citizens is key, as well as funding these forward-thinking projects. How will emotions influence the design of our future transportation experiences? This segment will encompass several big themes, such as new mobility experiences, design-thinking in mobility, the sharing economy and frugal mobility.

  • Conversation with Marie-Christine Korniloff (WWF), Antoine Sire (BNP Paribas), Brice Lalonde(Moderator) – This conversation will be in French
  • Panel with Carl Bäckstrand (White Arkitekter), J. Mays (School of Design, Royal College of Art), Angela Weltman (Moderator)

Carl Bäckstrand,
Speaker

Marie-Christine Korniloff,
Speaker

Brice Lalonde,
Moderator

J. Mays,
Speaker

Antoine Sire,
Speaker

15:30
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16:45
Talks & Panels
(Mobility)³

Achieving the impossible: now that we have brainstormed, discussed and debated on mobility solutions for today and tomorrow, let's ratchet things up a notch and think even further ahead. What will the future of urban transport look like? How will we cope with the overpopulation of cities? Will we be able to use air travel to get to our business meetings, a few blocks away? Will ground travel perhaps be faster than air travel? Will sailing become the new way to travel the seven seas? During this segment, forward-thinking innovators share their futuristic vision with us and allow us to dream the impossible.

  • Talk by Jon Rimanelli (AirSpaceX)
  • Talk by Anita Sengupta (Virgin Hyperloop One)
  • Talk by Marc Van Peteghem (VPLP design)
  • Conversation with Jon Rimanelli, Anita Sengupta, Marc Van Peteghem, Tamara Warren (Moderator)

Jon Rimanelli,
Speaker

Anita Sengupta,
Speaker

Marc Van Peteghem,
Speaker

Tamara Warren,
Moderator

09:00
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10:15
Talks & Panels
Accelerating change: a global and inclusive vision

Transitioning to a cleaner mobility, seeing the emergence of autonomous vehicles and creating the industry 4.0 means working together, as an ecosystem, and in a joint effort. This segment will tackle multiple issues, from new technologies to new mobility services, to the roles of politicians, cities and innovators in this transition. Cities and the entire mobility ecosystem come together to bring global, smart, sustainable and multimodal mobility to life.

-Introduction by Isabelle Melançon (Government of Quebec) –This talk will be in French

  • Conversation with Andreas Mai (Keolis), Patrick Pélata (Meta Consulting), Kevin Tynan (Moderator)
  • Conversation with Dirk De Groot (CGI), Danielle Harris (San Francisco), Catherine Kargas (Moderator)

Artistic performances – House troupe, dressed by DUY Resident DJs – N/B/K Live

Dirk de Groot,
Speaker

Andreas Mai,
Speaker

Patrick Pélata,
Speaker

Catherine Kargas,
Moderator

Kevin Tynan,
Moderator

Danielle Harris,
Speaker

09:15
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10:30
Talks & Panels
Reloading the autonomous transport ecosystem

Autonomous transport is an exhilarating idea which enthralls our collective imagination and which, each day, moves closer and closer to reality. Moreover, the technology for the connectivity and infrastructure solutions needed for autonomous vehicles already exists. But is the average consumer ready to hop on board? When headlines are making us doubt this autonomous and secure future, can we keep our faith in this revolution?

  • Talk by Timothy Papandreou (City Innovate)
  • Panel with Pamela Milligan (TomTom), Frantz Saintellemy (Leddartech), RJ Scaringe (Rivian), Roger Lanctot (Moderator)

Artistic performances – DeaD AnglE CreW feat. Rawss & Eclipse, dressed by Rémi van Bochove

Resident DJs – Téhu & Famelik

Pamela Milligan,
Speaker

Roger Lanctot,
Moderator

Timothy Papandreou,
Speaker

Frantz Saintellemy,
Speaker

RJ Scaringe,
Speaker

Téhu,
Artist

11:30
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12:45
Talks & Panels
From ambition to action

During this segment, personalities of the financial, public and private sectors address the lack of infrastructure and identify ways to finance this colossal project. During the closing ceremony, we will take the time, collectively, to review the achievements of the Movin'On 2018 Summit. We look back at the solutions generated, the ideas proposed, and the measurable, tangible steps initiated.

  • Talk by Laurent Burelle (Plastic Omnium)
  • Introduction by The Honourable Marc Garneau (Government of Canada)
  • Panel with The Honourable Marc Garneau (Government of Canada), Macky Tall (CDPQ), Izabella Teixeira (International Resource Panel), Robert Palter (Moderator)
  • Video message by Nicolas Hulot (French Governement)
  • Closing conversation with Jean-Dominique Senard (Michelin) and Florent Menegaux (Michelin)

Laurent Burelle,
Speaker

Marc Garneau,
Speaker

Florent Menegaux,
Speaker

Robert Palter,
Moderator

Jean-Dominique Senard,
Speaker

Macky Tall,
Speaker

10:45
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12:30
Working sessions
Solutions for implementing connectivity and platooning for heavy-duty trucks

What are the solutions and actions that need to be carried out to accelerate platooning implementation for heavy duty trucks?

  1. Address the technical roadblocks to platooning implementation.
  2. Explore solutions for business challenges and driver acceptance when introducing platooning for freight transportation.
  3. Generate solutions to regulatory, infrastructure and safety roadblocks for heavy truck platoons.

Presented by SCANIA

Facilitated by Josée-Anne Bergeron

Robert Radulescu,
Co-Leader

Christian Bergstrand,
Co-Leader

Michael Roeth,
Expert

Bill Brentar,
Expert

Bernard Jacob,
Expert

10:45
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12:30
Working sessions
Promoting sustainable materials for breakthrough mobility solutions

How to foster an increased uptake of sustainable materials in the design of new mobility products?

  1. Contribute to the emergence of innovative ideas to promote sustainable materials.
  2. Gain awareness about the challenges of using sustainable materials.
  3. Be part of the circular economy journey towards a more sustainable world of mobility.

Presented by Ford

Facilitated by Anik April

Deborah Mielewski,
Co-Leader

François Masson,
Co-Leader

10:45
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12:30
Working sessions
Artificial intelligence serving a fluid and sustainable logistics chain

How to optimize the logistics chain and work toward sustainable mobility for all through the Port of Montreal’s web and mobile app?

  1. Explore applications in artificial intelligence in the field of port logistics.
  2. Exchange ideas and experiences on reducing GHG due to port maneuvers and freight transportation.
  3. Participate in the creation of interactive tools to improve the flow of the supply chain, including port maneuvers.

Presented by Port de Montréal and CargoM

Facilitated by Patrice Chessé

Daniel Olivier,
Leader

Mathieu Charbonneau,
Expert

François Maillet,
Expert

10:45
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12:30
Working sessions
Improving quality of urban life in 2025 with green transport innovation

How can green transport innovation help create a good quality of life in urban areas?

  1. Get a glimpse of the future of sustainable urban living.
  2. Gain insight into the newest and most innovative transport technologies.
  3. Cultivate a deeper understanding of future needs surrounding mobility logistics.

Presented by DHL

Facilitated by Anna Forrest

Manöella Wilbaut,
Leader

Matthias Heutger,
Expert

10:45
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12:30
Working sessions
Building on blockchain

What added value does blockchain offer for the new mobility?

  1. Understand the role of blockchain in the sharing economy, the scaling of networks, and the building of trust.
  2. Discover blockchain’s potential for network management.
  3. Explore the interoperability of access due to blockchain.

Presented by Montreal Living Lab

Facilitated by Stéphanie Cabre

Louise Guay,
Leader

Steve Gélinas,
Expert

Pascal Ngu Cho,
Expert

Yann Rousselot-Pailley,
Expert

13:00
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14:45
Working sessions
New technologies and energy combinations for sustainable road freight transport

What energy choices can be made to reconcile the growth of freight transport and the needs of the biosphere?

  1. Understand the energy solutions relevant to sustainable freight transport.
  2. Identify the competitive levers allowing the adoption of an eco-responsible energy mix (costs, investments…).
  3. Evaluate the importance of potential gains due to energy efficiency.

Presented by Total

Facilitated by Reine Khantchand

Agnès Dumesges,
Leader

Philippe China,
Expert

Christophe Haviland,
Expert

13:00
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14:45
Working sessions
CITYzen, humanizing tomorrow’s cities

How to increase quality of life and humanize the city by developing sustainable urban mobility solutions for citizens?

  1. Learn to design and develop each of the various elements necessary for humanized, sustainable urban mobility (ex: political leadership & commitment, suitable infrastructure budget, etc).
  2. Imagine how to build sustainable, accessible, quality mobility that supports a city’s character as vehicular technologies and mobility business models continue their rapid evolution.
  3. Consider how to ensure the primacy of electric vehicles as shared mobility continues to expand.

Presented by Electric Mobility Canada

With the participation of a representative from San Francisco

Facilitated by Lisa Ellouk

Catherine Kargas,
Leader

Timothy Papandreou,
Expert

Danielle Harris,
Expert

13:00
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14:45
Working sessions
Predictive maintenance and the challenge of supporting sustainable development in the aeronautical sector

How can innovation in service and maintenance create new opportunities for Airlines?

  1. Discover how Artificial Intelligence and Big Data can change the world of air transport.
  2. Lean how the Digital Transformation that is revolutionizing aerospace could impact and improve the customer experience.
  3. Reflect on the way that "Predictive Maintenance" could create sustainability benefits for airlines.

Presented by Air France and Delta Air Lines

Facilitated by Maryse Larose

Paul-Louis Vincenti,
Leader

Philippe Bidaud,
Expert

Sandra Combet,
Expert

Jim Jackson,
Expert

13:00
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14:45
Working sessions
Accelerating knowledge sharing on zero-emission mobility

What are the best practices, solutions and actions required to address vehicle electrification roadblocks?

  1. Share best practices for overcoming the technical roadblocks to electrical vehicle implementation.
  2. Generate solutions to address the business challenges facing widespread adoption of EVs.
  3. Specify actions to allow cities, provinces, and countries to easily adopt electrical vehicles.

Presented by UPS

Facilitated by Kim B. Deland

Robert Radulescu,
Co-Leader

Scott Phillippi,
Co-Leader

Magnus Höglund,
Expert

Gary McRae,
Expert

Patrik Akerman,
Expert

13:00
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14:45
Working sessions
Mobility as a Service (MaaS), the answer to new challenges

What are the key benefits of MaaS and its model?

  1. Be inspired by the huge potential and efficiency of MaaS.
  2. Understand the benefits and barriers of MaaS.
  3. Consider how to best deploy MaaS solutions on home ground.

Presented by CGI

Facilitated by Julie Delisle

Karri Salminen,
Leader

Sampo Hietanen,
Expert

15:00
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16:45
Working sessions
An African pathway to sustainable mobility

How can we achieve a homegrown, actionable roadmap for transformation and development in sustainable mobility and, more broadly, sustainable development in Africa?

  1. Identify the specific challenges of sustainable transport infrastructure in Africa (ex: financing, development, adaptation, maintenance, etc).
  2. Determine the key levers for electrified mobility in Africa regarding supply chain, B2C transport and access to energy.
  3. Consider how African sustainable solutions could be scaled or “globalized” and shared with the rest of the world.

Presented by l'Oreille

Facilitated by Josée-Anne Bergeron

Claire-Marie Bernard,
Leader

Stéphan-Eloïse Gras,
Leader

Aimée Gauthier,
Expert

Rym Soussi,
Expert

Joshua Whale,
Expert

15:00
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16:45
Working sessions
Cybersecurity as a key success factor in the development of connected and autonomous vehicles

How and why will cybersecurity play a fundamental role in the success of new mobility models (autonomous vehicles, car sharing, etc)?

  1. Understand the risks and cybersecurity’s key role in the successful development of autonomous vehicles.
  2. Identify how new digital technologies can created trusted solutions for upcoming business models: for example, car sharing.
  3. Consider the players integral to the success of the societal project that is new mobility and propose an organisational model for the future.

Presented by Thales

Facilitated by Marie-Ève Milot

Jean-Marie Letort,
Leader

Angela Weltman,
Expert

15:00
-
16:45
Working sessions
Opportunities in the circular economy

What are the new business models in mobility?

  1. Reflect on new business opportunities now made possible by the circular economy
  2. Respond to concrete examples of implementation and tools related to the circular economy
  3. Generate new courses of action and collaboration in circular economy and mobility

Presented by International Resource Panel

Facilitated by Justine Gagnon

Bertrand Bonhomme,
Co-Leader

Izabella Teixeira,
Co-Leader

Nicolas Loz de Coëtgourhant,
Expert

Jean-Philippe Hermine,
Expert

15:00
-
16:45
Working sessions
Financial innovations to accelerate solutions for smart mobility

How to adapt latest financial innovations to accelerate intelligent mobility?

  1. Understand the role of extra-financial rating agencies.
  2. Explore how recent financial innovations can acceleration the transition towards smart mobility.
  3. Review sustainable corporate loans, including green loans and positive incentive loans.

Presented by BNP Paribas

Facilitated by Sonya Binette

Hervé P. Duteil,
Leader

Heather Lang,
Expert

Cécile Moitry,
Expert

15:00
-
16:45
Working sessions
Moving from Ambition to Action with a triple-level toolbox to help Countries, Cities/Regions & Companies with decarbonization

How can we provide actionable tools for these 3 key players in order to align their visions with the Paris Agreement Objectives?

  1. Learn about existing tools freely available for Countries, Cities/Regions and Companies for the development of suitable decarbonization strategies consistent with the global Paris Agreement objectives.
  2. Collaborate with Country, City/Region and Company representatives on how to align their respective visions and strategies.
  3. Consult with international experts at the Innovation Center’s “Decarbonization Toolbox” booth for support at the country, city/region and company level.

Presented by the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations

Facilitaded by Jean-Marc Legentil

Yann Briand,
Leader

Irène Martinetti,
Expert

Jari Kauppila,
Expert

Jean-Baptiste Crohas,
Expert

Patrick Oliva,
Expert

08:45
-
10:30
Working sessions
Data-sharing and service platforms to help integrate citizens into the heart of the smart city

To meet the economic, social and environmental challenges that await the smart cities of the future, what new organizational models for data and service platforms should cities put in place, given the criteria for acceptability by citizens regarding data-sharing?

  1. Discover how technology can support new city organization and data-sharing models for higher performance in the management of territories.
  2. Assess the acceptable limits of such data-sharing models from a citizen’s perspective.
  3. Discuss how citizen engagement with city data-sharing and service platforms can contribute to meeting sustainability challenges.

Presented by Capgemini and Plan Group

Facilitated by Stéphanie Cabre

Pascal Hoguet,
Leader

Augustin Morice,
Expert

Eric Grumblatt,
Expert

Alexandre Ryckman,
Expert

08:45
-
10:30
Working sessions
Opportunities and obstacles of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) from the perspective of sustainable mobility

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). What are the benefits for businesses and countries?

  1. Understand BRI and visualize the potential infrastructure and transportation projects it will make possible.
  2. Enable businesses to seize opportunities related to the BRI initiative.
  3. Measure BRI’s impact on national economies.

Presented by Michelin

Facilitated by Reine Khantchand

Antoine Sautenet,
Leader

Frédéric Lasserre,
Expert

Françoise Nicolas,
Expert

Philippe de Carne,
Expert

08:45
-
10:30
Working sessions
The future of car ownership, fleet management and related services

What is the impact of new vehicles ownership models on fleet management and related services?

  1. Learn about the main trends from Silicon Valley and startups concerning the future of car ownership.
  2. Gain insight from global mobility and fleet management companies.
  3. Explore new business models for fleet services.

Presented by Atelier BNP Paribas Americas

Facilitated by Sonya Binette

Matthieu Soulé,
Leader

Christophe Lacroix,
Expert

Matthew Salm,
Expert

Remi Desa,
Expert

08:45
-
10:30
Working sessions
Realizing zero-emission mobility with a multi-stakeholder approach between the energy and mobility sectors, and beyond

Imagine you’re in a zero-emission mobility world. What needs to happen for e-mobility to strive?

  1. Reflect on the collaborative, multi-stakeholder approach required to establish a zero-emission world.
  2. Learn how we can support a zero-emission mobility world that can be accessible, easy, and fun.
  3. Explore the ways that stakeholders can help foster the e-mobility revolution of today to achieve a zero-emission mobility world in the future.

Presented by BMW

Facilitated by Eric Leong

Angela Konert,
Leader

Adam Langton,
Expert

08:45
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10:30
Working sessions
Human-centered design in the age of sustainable mobility

How will design influence the consumer journey through our new sustainable mobility future?

  1. Explore how urban zones and urban vehicles can be designed in tandem to complement each other using a systems design approach.
  2. Visualize what specialized vehicles (school bus, ambulance, police car, etc.) would look like if they were designed specifically to do that task in a particular urban setting.
  3. Reflect on how to include the human element of Desire, however irrational, in the design of the mobility of the future.

Presented by ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena and College for Creative Studies, Detroit

Facilitated by Jessica Malz

Ben Ebel,
Leader

Stewart Reed,
Expert

Raphael Zammit,
Expert

Jason Wilbur,
Expert

10:45
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12:30
Working sessions
Optimizing urban systems through data and simulation

How can we optimize today’s multimodal urban transportation systems to minimize waste and congestion, as well as consider emerging mobility technologies and population growth in future planning?

  1. Explore how to improve city mobility through technology and optimization.
  2. Understand that each city has different needs and therefore requires different solutions.
  3. Recognize that multimodal transportation can work much better than it is working today.

Presented by Dassault Systèmes

Facilitated by Lisa Ellouk

Jonathan Bjerke,
Leader

10:45
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12:30
Working sessions
Learnings on Citizen-Centric Multimodality from the Lyon-Kochi Cooperation Project

How to leverage the international experience to develop an urban mobility strategy that best serves of city dwellers?

  1. Uncover the workings of a decentralized cooperation project and the benefits for both of the partner cities.
  2. Implement an urban mobility strategy at the service of its inhabitants.
  3. Empower the citizen as a stakeholder in the mobility project.

Presented by CODATU

Facilitated by Reine Khantchand

Marion Hoyez,
Leader

Christian Philip,
Expert

Fouziya Bouzerda,
Expert

10:45
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12:30
Working sessions
Enabling air mobility in urban environments

How to enable urban air mobility in a city?

  1. Visualize the use cases of urban air mobility and their integration into the road & rail transportation network.
  2. Identify the roadblocks and propose ways forward.
  3. Establish the steps (schedule & actions) and methodology from R&D to deployment.

Presented by Thales

Facilitated by Marie-Ève Milot

Olivier Réa,
Leader

Charles Telistine,
Expert

René Jr Landry,
Expert

10:45
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12:30
Working sessions
Solutions for implementing connected and autonomous mobility in 2020

What is the best path to autonomous vehicle acceptance?

  1. Explore how automated driving systems could earn approval for on-road testing.
  2. Consider the challenges in certifying automated driving systems for safe operation.
  3. Study the proposed solutions for monitoring drivers of automated driving systems.

Presented by Strategy Analytics

Facilitated by Jason Thomson

Roger Lanctot,
Leader

William Gouse,
Expert

Alan Messer,
Expert

10:45
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12:30
Working sessions
Achieving widespread adoption of electrification technologies

How to identify and implement the pivotal actions to accelerate transport electrification?

  1. Enumerate the challenges and potential solutions to battery mass and power constraints, deployment of fast-charging networks, and decreasing fuel cell and hydrogen production and distribution costs.
  2. Determine the technologies and policies required to transition public transit and freight transport fleets from diesel to heavy-duty EVs.
  3. Identify the optimal energy mix of batteries and hydrogen fuel cells with regard to urban infrastructure and business modeling.

Presented by Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

Facilitated by Kim B. Deland

Jean-Claude John Faure,
Co-Leader

Andy Eastlake,
Co-Leader

Christian Deleplace,
Expert

Helmut Morsi,
Expert

Fabio Ferrari,
Expert

13:00
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14:45
Working sessions
Successful transition towards electric mobility

What essential factors should be taken into account in the transition to electrified mobility?

  1. Understand what a successful transition to electric mobility looks like.
  2. Identify the factors that can influence this transition.
  3. Clear the path to seeking solutions.

Presented by Total

Facilitated by Anik April

Antoine Tournand,
Leader

Nicolas Paris,
Expert

13:00
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14:45
Working sessions
Connected and collaborative cities

Everyone is speaking about the shift to smart mobility, but who or what is going to connect or fund it and does data play a role?

  1. Discover how cross sector collaborations via the “United Federation of Competitors” create greater value for both the entities involved and the end consumers as a solution to smart mobility
  2. Identify the role of each sector, and the ability for each to shift to the digital age whilst sticking to their core
  3. Explore new funding models by utilising and monetising data to create commercial solutions

Presented by HSBC

Facilitated by Stéphanie Cabre

Virginie Grand,
Co-Leader

Danielle Walsh,
Co-Leader

Francois Peltier,
Expert

13:00
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14:45
Working sessions
Time and 5G are of the essence

How to apply 5G in service of mobility?

  1. Explore the potential of 5G for the mobility needs of various organizations.
  2. Understand the role of telecommunications providers in the development of mobility services and 5G.
  3. Identify the possible business models made possible with 5G.

Presented by Orange

Facilitated by Jean-Marc Legentil

Cédric Seureau,
Leader

13:00
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14:45
Working sessions
The struggle against planned obsolescence in transportation

Should the mobility sector care about planned obsolescence?

  1. Open the door to incentive.based and customized regulation.
  2. Educate consumers on product durability and lifespan, and support them in making good choices.
    3.Assist companies in optimizing their business models and increasing the durability of their products.

Presented by Michelin

Facilitated by Éric Barbeau

Fabienne Goyeneche,
Co-Leader

Alexander Law,
Co-Leader

Pascal Durand,
Expert

Izabella Teixeira,
Expert

Somchai Harnhirun,
Expert

13:00
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14:45
Working sessions
MaaS, leveraging collective intelligence to co-design an agile and sustainable city

66% of people will live in cities in 2050, how to use co-design methods to build innovative mobility strategies that make cities better places for future generations?

  1. Experience the power of collective intelligence with innovative co-design methods (city design serious game using 3000 Lego© pre-built modules, IoT and analytics).
  2. Understand MaaS concept from a city design point of view.
  3. Identify possible mobility strategies and quantify MaaS opportunities like health, carbon, TCO, rate of public space surface dedicated to cars and other mode of transport, and much more.

Presented by Salesforce

With the participation of representatives from the cities of Laval, Lyon, Buenos Aires and Amravati

Facilitated by Sonya Binette

Joris Gaudion,
Leader

Bart Pannecoek,
Expert

Allison Witherspoon,
Expert

15:00
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16:45
Working sessions
Onboarding the informal transport sector in Africa to improve mobility

How might integrated payment systems encourage greater unification between mass transit and and paratransit systems in African cities?

  1. Understand the complementarities and potential synergies between the various urban transit providers in African cities.
  2. Identify potential interfaces between these different actors.
  3. Reflect on multimodal transport business models and public policies that could be built around payment systems, especially with a view to serve underserved populations.

Presented by the African Association of Public Transport (UATP)

Facilitated by Eric Leong

Laurence Ullmann,
Co-Leader

Yssoufou Cissé,
Co-Leader

Mohamed Hegazy,
Expert

Christian Persson,
Expert

Rym Soussi,
Expert

Sam Mehenni,
Expert

Jerry Mbabali,
Expert

15:00
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16:45
Working sessions
Sustainable collaborations in the ocean determine whether you sink or swim

How can we apply emerging technology, collaboration models and data to execute on business opportunities in the ocean economy and beyond?

  1. Walk away with new ideas on how and why to collaborate in the oceans sector.
  2. Learn about innovations that exist in the ocean sector that can be applied to your world.
  3. Identify next steps to get your feet wet and navigate the ocean economy.

Presented by Nova Scotia, Canada

Facilitated by Anna Forrest

Rhonda MacDougall,
Leader

Sandra McKenzie,
Expert

Mark Campbell,
Expert

15:00
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16:45
Working sessions
Eco-designing for greater innovation in business

How to integrate eco-design into company processes in order to generate value, reduce costs, and respect the environment?

  1. Discover how eco-design creates value and stimulates a greater variety of products.
  2. Promote eco-design as a concrete solution for innovating and reducing the environmental footprint of any product.
  3. Adopt eco-design principles to reduce environmental impact as well as costs.

Presented by Bombardier

Facilited by Justine Gagnon

Kahina Oudjehani,
Expert

15:00
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16:45
Working sessions
Tomorrow’s mobility, innovation in favour of people with disabilities or loss of autonomy

How can new technologies improve the mobility of people with disabilities or loss of autonomy?

  1. Discover the role of handitech as a lever toward a more inclusive society.
  2. Contribute to solutions by starting a dialogue at the global level.
  3. Make an inventory of all current technologies.

Presented by CGI

Facilitated by Julie Delisle

Laurent Gerin,
Leader

Magali Fabre,
Expert

Franck Duthil,
Expert

15:00
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16:45
Working sessions
Innovating differently to create more frugal solutions in mobility

How can we solve complex mobility challenges incrementally, while preserving scarce resources for tomorrow?

  1. Help define and identify solutions that illustrate frugal mobility.
  2. Find conditions and factors of success to upscale these solutions.
  3. Explore multiple visions of frugality and set the framework of the future of frugal mobility.

Presented by Accenture

Facilitated by Maryse Larose

Julien Fanon,
Leader

Rodrigo Barros,
Expert

08:15
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10:00
Working sessions
AI concept development

How to spot actionable, impactful, and feasible opportunities to apply AI to mobility?

  1. Know what a good AI problem definition looks like.
  2. Understand why it is especially important - and hard - to create well-defined AI concepts.
  3. Build a toolkit to identify systemic implications of solving mobility problems with AI.

Presented by Element AI

Facilitated by Jessica Malz

Simon Hudson,
Leader

Jean-François Gagné,
Leader

Richard Zuroff,
Expert

Jean-François Gagné,
Expert

08:15
-
10:00
Working sessions
Achieving zero-emission cities by 2050

How can cities achieve the zero emission objective and respond to the growing aspirations of urban citizens, in terms of air quality and lifestyle?

  1. Identify the technical, policy and financial building blocks and/or bottlenecks concerning the zero emission city, and the required framework for bold municipal action (investments, public policies).
  2. Share experiences and best practices on specific topics like urban passenger mobility, freight in the city and last mile delivery, public procurement, and others.
  3. Work together on innovative actionable solutions to decarbonize urban mobility and transportation.

Presented by Atos

With the participation of representatives from Portland, Buenos Aires, Dundee and Kochi

Facilitated by Anna Forrest

Kulveer Ranger,
Co-Leader

Claire-Marie Bernard,
Co-Leader

08:15
-
10:00
Working sessions
AI's impact on mobility in 2025

How will humans and artificial intelligence (AI) work alongside each other to reach optimal, frugal, and personalized mobility in 2025?

  1. Imagine how the advent of AI will transform the mobility of 2025.
  2. Rethink the roles of humans in this merged mobility ecosystem.
  3. Visualize the emergence of unprecedented new mobility services and offerings.

Presented by Accenture

Facilitated by Maryse Larose

Freddy Lecue,
Leader

Gautier Triffault,
Expert

08:15
-
10:00
Working sessions
Demystify and deploy transport electrification

Why aren't the advantages of electric vehicles causing an increase in their market shares?

  1. Understand the position of Quebec and Canada regarding transport electrification.
  2. Identify the crucial elements necessary for increasing the market share of electric vehicles.
  3. Implement solutions in order to accelerate the arrival of electric vehicles.

Presented by Hydro-Québec

Facilitated by Justine Gagnon

This working session will be held in French.

France Lampron,
Leader

Jean-François Tremblay,
Expert

Simon-Pierre Rioux,
Expert

Daniel Breton,
Expert

08:15
-
10:00
Working sessions
Financing sustainable mobility innovation, the frontiers of venture capital

How can venture capital contribute to the transition to sustainable mobility?

  1. Share some insights on venture capital and some innovative fund structures, and consider the potential of “Impact Investing” on sustainable mobility.
  2. Identify bottlenecks within organizations that steal investment focus from sustainable mobility.
  3. Establish a multi-stakeholder action plan for creating a next-generation impact tech fund on sustainable mobility.

Presented by Good Tech Lab and Michelin Ventures

Facilitated by Jean-Marc Legentil

Matthieu Van der Elst,
Co-Leader

Benjamin Tincq,
Co-Leader

10:15
-
12:00
Working sessions
Mobility in maritime transport

What are the key benefits of the future innovative ship solutions?

  1. Define the potential barriers.
  2. Determine benefits for some and inconvenients for others.
  3. Understand their impact on environment and safety.

Presented by CGI

Facilitated by Julie Delisle

Matti Helenius,
Expert

10:15
-
12:00
Working sessions
Mobility as a Service (MaaS), a citizen-centric mobility

How can cities best overcome the challenges of implementing Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and make it a reality?

  1. Understand the economic as well as mobility benefits of MaaS for your jurisdiction.
  2. Review the challenges to implementing MaaS as well as concrete solutions for different jurisdictions.
  3. Explore the suitability of various MaaS business models for your jurisdiction.

Presented by Electric Mobility Canada

Facilitated by Lisa Ellouk

Catherine Kargas,
Leader

Luc Lamontagne,
Expert

Pierre Lavigueur,
Expert

10:15
-
12:00
Working sessions
Digital at the service of medium-sized cities

What advantage can digital tools offer mid-sized cities seeking to improve the quality of their infrastructure and the well-being of their inhabitants?

  1. Learn how to improve cities and towns by using existing resources and infrastructure.
  2. Discover the power of digital tools for increasing quality of life in mid-size cities.
  3. Explore the simplicity of smart cities through small-scale projects that can change consumers’ lives for the better.

Presented by Engie

With the participation of representatives from Kansas City and Greenville County

Facilitated by Stéphanie Bacquere

Aurélie Dhavernas,
Leader

10:15
-
12:00
Working sessions
Circular economy, managing complexities by considering stakeholders' perspectives

How to leverage Circular Economy to generate better business?

  1. Demystify Circular Economy by linking it back to stakeholder expectations.
  2. Define common playground in full value chains to enhance Circular Business Models.
  3. Explore synergies between stakeholders to create better (circular) business.

Presented by Solvay

Facilitated by Anik April

Bruno Jestin,
Leader

Dominique Debecker,
Expert

Philippe Tuzzolino,
Expert

Bruno Gauthier,

10:15
-
12:00
Working sessions
Sustainable real estate and mobility

What role will the real estate sector play in the co-construction of sustainable mobility?

  1. Discover the impact of mobility innovations on real estate projects.
  2. Discover the impacts of intelligent and sustainable building innovations on mobility.
  3. Identify possible solutions for integrating sustainable mobility in real estate development.

Presented by ESG UQAM Ivanhoé Cambridge Real Estate Research Chair

Facilitated by Marie-Ève Milot

Andrée De Serres,
Leader

Alain Dumaine,
Expert

Josée Chiasson,
Expert

10:30
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11:00
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

10:50
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11:20
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

11:10
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11:40
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

11:30
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12:00
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

11:50
-
12:20
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

12:10
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12:40
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

12:30
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13:00
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

12:50
-
13:20
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

13:10
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13:40
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

13:30
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14:00
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

13:50
-
14:20
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

14:10
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14:40
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

14:30
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15:00
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

14:50
-
15:20
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

15:10
-
15:40
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

15:30
-
16:00
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

15:50
-
16:20
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

16:10
-
16:40
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

16:30
-
17:00
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

16:50
-
17:20
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

17:10
-
17:40
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

17:30
-
18:00
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

09:00
-
09:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

09:20
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09:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

09:40
-
10:10
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

10:00
-
10:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

10:20
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10:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

10:40
-
11:10
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

11:00
-
11:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

11:20
-
11:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

11:40
-
12:10
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

12:00
-
12:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

12:20
-
12:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

12:40
-
13:10
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

13:00
-
13:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

13:20
-
13:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

13:40
-
14:10
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

14:00
-
14:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

14:20
-
14:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

14:40
-
15:10
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

15:00
-
15:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

15:20
-
15:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

15:40
-
16:10
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

16:00
-
16:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

16:20
-
16:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

16:40
-
17:10
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

17:00
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17:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

17:20
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17:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

09:00
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09:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

09:20
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09:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

09:40
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10:10
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

10:00
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10:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

10:20
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10:50
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

10:40
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11:10
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

11:00
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11:30
Lab - Transparent
TRANSPARENT – Go beyond the looking glass

It takes seven seconds to forge a first impression of someone. In a mirror-clad room, partake in a collective reflection on appearances and tackle notions of storytelling and diversity as we engage in a redefinition of the best practices for the 21st century workplace.

10:30
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11:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:45
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11:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:00
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11:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:15
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11:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:30
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12:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:45
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12:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:00
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12:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:15
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12:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:30
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13:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:45
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13:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:00
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13:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:15
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13:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:30
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14:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:45
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14:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:00
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14:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:15
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14:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:30
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15:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:45
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15:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

15:00
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15:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

15:15
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15:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

15:30
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16:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

15:45
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16:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

16:00
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16:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

16:15
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16:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

16:30
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17:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

16:45
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17:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

17:00
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17:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

17:15
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17:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

17:30
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18:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

09:00
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09:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

09:15
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09:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

09:30
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10:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

09:45
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10:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:00
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10:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:15
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10:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:30
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11:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:45
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11:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:00
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11:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:15
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11:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:30
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12:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:45
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12:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:00
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12:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:15
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12:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:30
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13:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:45
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13:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:00
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13:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:15
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13:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:30
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14:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:45
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14:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:00
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14:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:15
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14:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:30
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15:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:45
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15:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

15:00
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15:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

15:15
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15:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

15:30
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16:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

15:45
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16:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

16:00
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16:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

16:15
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16:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

16:30
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17:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

16:45
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17:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

17:00
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17:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

17:15
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17:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

17:30
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18:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

09:00
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09:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

09:15
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09:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

09:30
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10:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

09:45
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10:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:00
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10:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:15
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10:45
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:30
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11:00
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:45
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11:15
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:00
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11:30
Lab - Horizons
HORIZONS – See the big picture

What could birdwatching possibly teach us about how we live and work? What larger lessons can we learn from studying microcosms? This Lab will offer participants an occasion to retreat from Movin’On’s hustle and bustle and to observe the phenomena occurring all around us.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:30
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11:15
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

10:45
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11:30
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:00
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11:45
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:15
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12:00
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:30
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12:15
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

11:45
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12:30
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:00
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12:45
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:15
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13:00
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:30
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13:15
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

12:45
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13:30
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:00
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13:45
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:15
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14:00
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:30
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14:15
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

13:45
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14:30
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:00
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14:45
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:15
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15:00
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend that you do not attend this lab. If you choose to participate, you acknowledge having been informed of the risks and you release C2 International Inc., its officers, directors, employees, agents and their successors and assigns for any damages you may suffer and agree to not assert any claims whatsoever against them resulting from your participation.

This activity is not accessible for those with reduced mobility.

14:30
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15:15
Lab - Reveries
REVERIES – A deep dive into your own mind

What lies beneath? Through neurotechnology, take part in a large-scale experience designed to generate knowledge on unintentional biases and reflexes, then tap into this data to fully grasp the potential associated with neuroscience.

The Rêveries Lab will invite you to get in touch with parts of your unconscious mind during a group induction. As a result, you may experience intense emotions. It is imperative for you to inform us of ongoing mental or physical health issues. If you have been diagnosed with epilepsy, anxiety, panic attacks or other relevant conditions, we recommend t