Mark your calendar

Planning for Interesting Vancouver 2012 is well underway and we are ready to announce the date: Friday, September 28th. We are currently rounding out our speaker list and will be announcing the date for ticket sales soon. Keep and eye on this site, Facebook and our Twitter feed to stay up-to-date.

Thank you MOV!

Interesting Vancouver has always been a non-profit venture. Every year we donate any remaining funds to a worthy cause. This year, we’re happy to announce that we are donating $1,189.24 to our venue partner, the Museum of Vancouver. This donation serves as a ‘thank you’ for all of their support and for the fine work Read More…

Thank you

The dust has settled on the 4th edition of Interesting Vancouver and the evening is beginning to sink in. Obviously, the biggest change this year was the venue. We didn’t really know what to expect at the Museum of Vancouver, but we knew we wanted to partner with MOV when the opportunity arose. It was Read More…

Prizes Galore!

This year’s event will be a little different. We will be offering prizes to attendees. I don’t think we have ever offered our attendees anything, except clothes pins. We have always been generous with our clothes pins.

2011 News and Lineup

After months of behind the scenes planning we can finally make some announcements about this year’s Interesting Vancouver. First off, we are very fortunate to have the Museum of Vancouver as our event and venue partner this year. Therefore, we will be moving the event from the Rowing Club in Stanley Park to MOV in Read More…

IV11 Speaker: Amanda Fenton

Amanda Fenton has found her place in this world connecting people with ideas and hosting conversations that matter. She’s a facilitator and host who believes that the wisdom we need to change our world is right here in the room. Something powerful happens when a conversation container is created and a diverse group of people who Read More…

IV11 Speaker: Chris Neary

Before his short career in international drug trafficking terminated with a 10 month stint in an American federal prison, Chris Neary was a convincing figure in the advertising world in the UK and Canada. Chris cut his teeth in London at Omnicom owned AGENCY.COM where he trained as a Creative Director on brands like Intel, FOX Read More…

IV11 Speaker: Steve Ewen

Twenty radiation sessions. Eight surgeries. Six rods, 15 screws and a whole bunch of other things holding his back together. You know what’s priceless? Your life. Steve Ewan found that out after going head-to-head with cancer, two operations to rebuild his back, another six to whisk away infection and a six months in hospital.

IV11 Speaker: Dave Shea

Dave Shea is a beer aficionado and beer correspondent for foodists.ca. He’s the kind of guy who knows what’s pouring at the local pubs before the servers do, and will happily max out his duty exemptions to bring back boxes of stuff we can’t find in Canada. He can tell you how to fill a suitcase Read More…

IV11 Speaker: Glenne Campbell

Aviator, Motion Picture Costume Designer, Theatre Producer, Mother  –  Glenne subscribes to making every day interesting. Aviation in the last century allowed a freedom for the travellor, unheard of today. With the mindset of the group of aviators for whom simply flying in an aircraft was not enough, Glenne joined the adventurers who had to build Read More…