The first ever TEDxBedford took place on June 15th 2013 and brought innovative and inspiring thinking to our town in order to kick-start new initiatives that make our local community a better place to live and work.
TEDxBedford 2013 was a one-day conference comprising of live talks and performances interspersed with the screening of a number of carefully selected prerecorded TEDTalks. The event was strictly limited to 100 people (including the speakers) and was an intimate and intense experience of listening, conversation, eating and networking.
The theme was ‘Everday Radicals’ and there was a diverse range of speakers from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. For more information on the speakers from our inaugural event please visit the 2013 speakers and performers page. TEDxBedford 2013 was curated by Kayte Judge & Andrew Nadin.
Andrew Nadin is a brand marketing whizz, a part-time cyclist, a full-time ideas man, often opinionated, occasionally wrong… he works at APN Consultancy and School Of Craft.
Kayte Judge is a facilitator and producer. Committed to the Bedford community, Kayte has spent the past few years working to address the empty shops issue within the town through arts activity through her nationally acclaimed community project We Are Bedford via her RSA Catalyst grant and has more recently introduced ‘cash mobbing’ to Bedford.
She is a curator/producer for Bedford Creative Arts, runs creativity workshops for businesses and runs the Bedford Culture Network. She is a mother of 2 and can be found on twitter on @kaytejudge.