Category Archives: Ignite Bristol #2

Ignite Bristol 2. Thursday 4 July 2010 at the Tobacco Factory Theatre.

Paul Parry – Literally Tsar

Paul is the current topic of a (fairly minor) conspiracy theory that the problems he encountered half way through his talk, called simply Literally, were actually part of the show, sneakily giving him a few extra seconds behind the mic. … Continue reading

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Nigel Legg: Tombwe, Fuaka, Tobacco: got a light, mate?

There are certain ways to increase your chances of getting your talk selected  – like offering up a talk about tobacco growing for an event in the Tobacco Factory – see what Nigel Legg did there? Cunning devil. Relating his … Continue reading

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Giles Davis – Behavioural Economics, wtf!?

If you are an Ignite groupie, travelling the length and breadth of the M4 in the South West/South Wales area taking in the range of Ignite events the region has to offer, you might just recognise Giles Davis from his … Continue reading

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Sharon Stiles – Mind blocks, sorted

Sharon Stiles can help you sort out mind blocks, which is handy if you have a blocked mind. Unfortunately we have a blocked YouTube upload which one of the reasons we’ve been a bit tardy in getting Sharon’s talk from … Continue reading

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Lee Cottier – Why can’t men talk about their feelings?

If Lee Cottier wasn’t such a decent chap, he might want to box our collective Ignite ears for having delayed so long before we got his video from Ignite Bristol #2 up online. Thankfully Lee is a balanced individual and … Continue reading

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Claire Scantlebury – Big boy brands and small town values

Watching Claire I realised it was okay to say “I’m a PC”. I didn’t have to be ashamed ever again. Claire’s talk, the fourth of the evening, is an interesting reflection how brands have to play for our attention in … Continue reading

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