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  • Up against the clock: a PechaKucha Night in Adelaide

    Described as ‘clubbing for thinkers,’ the global movement of PechaKucha Night is taking the art of public speaking to a whole new level.

    Attending one of these events lands you somewhere between a “business meeting and a poetry slam,” wrote Daniel H Pink from WIRED magazine, where guest speakers race-against-the-clock to present 20 slides in 20 seconds, on a topic selected by the event curators.

    Guest speaker and Lord Mayor of the City of Adelaide, Stephen Yarwood, talks about the need for a holistic approach to transport planning when tasked with the job of moving 220,000 people through the city every day.

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  • Janette Sadik-Khan: how New York City made room for bikes

    Former New York City transport commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan speaks about the challenges of introducing cycling infrastructure into one of the most population-dense cities in the world.

    "Younger people around the world want more transportation options, and they are the ones sparking the shared economy that we are just starting to glimse today," says Sadik-Khan in her key-note speech at the opening night of Velo-city Global (2014) - the world's largest cycling planning conference - held in Adelaide this May.


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  • Mikael Colville-Anderson: on The Five Senses in the Life Sized City

    Dubbed the Tom Cruise of Velo-city Global (2014), Danish-Canadian filmmaker and urban mobility expert Mikael Colville-Anderson, opens the world’s largest cycling conference, in Adelaide.

    With references to Swedish punk rock music, the 1984 Hollywood hit Risky Business, and the wise words of his six-and-a-half-year-old daughter ‘The Lulu,’ Mikael weaves a rich narrative on what it means to live and ride in a Life Sized City.

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  • Ebenezer Place: Back to the Future

    Standing on Union Street and looking through the heritage archway onto Ebenezer Place, it perfectly frames a city transformation.

    With new businesses arriving over the last 18 months to two years, Enterprise Adelaide staff say it’s become more exciting and vibrant, but still with a unique feel: relaxed but busy and convivial, much like places in Europe.

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