WorldTalks at Internationaal Theater Amsterdam
WorldTalks Amsterdam is an urban talk show by Internationaal Theater Amsterdam & Pakhuis de Zwijger and brings together drinks and food for thought. Every two weeks, you can connect worldwide urban trends and challenges to urban daily life, from greener cities to future love scenarios and digital innovation.
Discover what’s next, check out the line-up of inspiring speakers and meet new folks!
The first edition of WorldTalks at Internationaal Theater Amsterdam
The first edition of WorldTalks Amsterdam takes place on Thursday, November 14, entitled The Purpose Hunt. In this session, the speakers explore the question: how do we get to an ideal work-life balance and find fulfilment on all levels?
Here's what to expect:
- Where: Internationaal Theater Amsterdam / ITA Salon
- When: November 14 from 6pm-7pm (Doors open from 5.30pm)
- What: Speakers, sharing insights on the topic of hunting for purpose, with bites & music afterwards
This event is in English. Register for free admission and a free drink.
The never-ending search for purpose
Life in the city is buzzing with possibilities, such as achieving that topnotch career that creates an impact on exploring your true inner self. It seems we can have it all, but why don’t we? That go-getter's mentality can also take its toll, creating too much pressure to handle.
On Thursday, November 14, a line-up of great speakers will talk about our never-ending search of finding purpose, both in our jobs and in our personal lives.
The WorldTalks speakers include:
- Sophie Dopheide | People manager Tony Chocolonely (Voted Best Employer 2019)
- Nicole Smalbraak | Philosopher, mindfulness trainer
- Stephan Aarstol | Author The 5 Hour Work Day (on Skype)
- Sharon Harman | Spoken word
- Luuk Heezen | Moderator
WorldTalks Amsterdam believes that there is a globally-minded audience in Amsterdam hungry for insights, connections and experiences beyond national borders. WorldTalks Amsterdam is a free event for both recently relocated expats and long-term residents.
Their doors are open to everyone interested in a global perspective. Whether you are an expat, a Dutch local who's internationally oriented, or simply a traveller passing through, you're all welcome to join their free events.