A New Partnership: Featuring the Huddle for Global Change

Mark Horoszowski

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This month, we are partnering with Pangea on The Huddle for Global Change, a multi-day online conference dealing with issues of international impact. This offers an exceptional, interactive experience for anyone and everyone interested in doing meaningful work that makes a global impact.

What is it the Huddle?

A virtual conference (no travel or hotel fees!) providing you with access to today’s leading global thinkers through panel discussions, presentations and virtual networking sessions.

When is the Huddle?

Sessions are spread out over a two-week period — October 12 – 23, 2015. We’ve spaced it out this way to allow maximum opportunity for you to connect with and learn from members of The Huddle community.

What do I get if I register?

In addition to full access to all the sessions, you get access to the mastermind group (on Facebook), all virtual speed networking sessions (a fun, very interactive experience) as well as The Huddle Index, which is an opt-in directory of participants. Connectivity is the name of the game!

Who are the speakers?

Brendan Rigby, co-founder of WhyDev, Shawn Humphrey, an associate professor of economics and founder of the Two Dollar Challenge, Beth Flores, the managing director of Impact HubDC and a certified leadership coach who focuses on unleashing the power of human ingenuity to change the world, and members of the MovingWorlds team. The first week of The Huddle focuses on global issues and the second week zeroes in on skill development.

Check out the full lineup on the website.

What does it cost to register?

The full price of registration is $77 — that’s less then $10 per session with lifetime access to recording archives and a fantastic community. Remember, it’s not just speaking, it also has a virtual networking component that is super valuable.

Since you’re a friend of MovingWorlds, go here and use this promotion code for 20% 0ff: welcome
(Hurry up, the discount ends soon!)

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