Innovators Speaker Series: Col. Chris Hadfield & Ryan Holmes

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1455 Quebec Street
Vancouver, BC
Canada

The inaugural Science World Innovators Speaker Series will be an engaging discussion with the one and only astronaut Colonel Chris Hadfield and social media giant HootSuite’s CEO Ryan Holmes.

Don’t miss the opportunity for an exciting evening under the dome of Science World’s OMNIMAX Theatre with Hadfield and Holmes as they discuss leadership, technology, space exploration and the power that both music and social media have on our collective consciousness.

A thank you to HootSuite for generously partnering with Science World to help bring Colonel Hadfield to the dome. All proceeds from this fundraiser will go to support Science World’s mission and delivery of science education programs across British Columbia!

Tickets: 
Join the discussion LIVE with a Q&A session to follow – $85
Watch a streamed broadcast of the discussion in the Science Theatre with a Q&A session with Col. Hadfield – $35 Adult, $25 Youth (17 and under)

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Colonel Chris Hadfield became a worldwide sensation as the first Canadian astronaut to command the International Space Station, harnessing the power of social media to make outer space accessible to millions. Hadfield’s multiple daily tweets and photos from space made people see the world differently. His accessibility, whether answering questions via Twitter or collaborating with The Barenaked Ladies on a song sung by nearly a million people simultaneously, endeared him to all, while he orbited Earth.

Ryan Holmes is a thought leader and serial entrepreneur who has redefined the face of social media after he founded Invoke Media, the local tech company that developed HootSuite in 2009. Holmes has grown HootSuite from a lean Vancouver startup to a global leader in social media with seven million users, bringing Facebook, Twitter and other social media networks out of the dorm room and into the board room.

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