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What is a MEETx event?
Imagine a day filled with brilliant speakers, thought-provoking video and mind-blowing conversation. By organizing a MEETx event, you can create a unique gathering in your community that will unleash new ideas, inspire and inform. A MEETx event is a local gathering where live CWSIR-like talks and performances are shared with the community. MEETx events are fully planned and coordinated independently, on a community-by-community basis. The content and design of each MEETx event is unique and developed independently, but all of them have features in common.

MEETx format
A suite of short, carefully prepared talks, demonstrations and performances that are idea-focused, and cover a wide range of subjects to foster learning, inspiration and wonder – and provoke conversations that matter.

What a MEETx event is not:

A MEETx event isn’t an industry or marketing conference. It isn’t limited to one topic or field. It isn’t used to sell something.
A MEETx event is not organized by or for special-interest political, religious or commercial groups.
A MEETx event cannot be used to raise money, not even for a charity.
A MEETx event cannot partner with another conference or event.
A MEETx event can’t be co-branded with an institution except under specific license types – for a college or university, or for internal events (for corporations and organizations).
A MEETx event is not a platform for professional or circuit speakers, such as motivational speakers and professional life coaches. Its purpose is to give a platform to those who don’t often have one.
A MEETx event is not focused solely on entrepreneurship, business or technology. Diversity of topics is key!

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MEETx Program

MEETx is a grassroots initiative, created in the spirit of CWSIR’s overall mission to research and discover “ideas worth spreading.” MEETx brings the spirit of CWSIR to local communities around the globe through MEETx events. These events are organized by passionate individuals who seek to uncover new ideas and to share the latest research in their local areas that spark conversations in their communities. MEETx events include live speakers and recorded CWSIR Talks, and are organized independently under a free license granted by CWSIR. These events are not controlled by CWSIR, but event organizers agree to abide by our format, and are offered guidelines for curation, speaker coaching, event organizing and more. They learn from us and from each other.

Why under 25 minutes?

This short talk model works, since it only demands the audience’s attention for a short period of time, decreasing the chance of minds wandering or daydreaming about lunch. In fact, some of our greatest CWSIR Talks have been as short as 10 minutes long!

What is a great, well-formed idea?

It can actually be one of two things:

Something that’s new and surprising; an idea or invention that your audience has never heard about.
A great basic idea (that your audience has maybe already heard) with a compelling new argument behind it that challenges beliefs and perspectives.

Types of talks

  1. The big idea
    The talks that make one or two very strong points, and it’s important.
  2. The tech demo
    An onstage look at some clever new invention that the speaker was a part of creating.
  3. The performance
    Music, dance, magic, puppetry, or some other performance to captivate your audience.
  4. The artist’s statement
    In these talks, artists showcase their art and explain the meaning and process behind what they create.
  5. The “dazzle with wonder”
    These talks are mainly about the amazement of science and discovery.
  6. The small idea
    These talks are not about one big, world-changing idea, but instead a very engaging take on an interesting topic.
  7. The “issue” talk
    These talks expose your audience to an issue that they may not otherwise know much about.

Rules & Regulation

  1. The talk must be relevant to the types of talk of MEETx.
  2. The recorded visual of the talk is reviewed first then a person can be allowed to perform his/her talk on MEETx.
  3. MEETx Speaker is always the member of CWSIR fulfilling its code of conduct.
  4. The talk must be over within the time of 25 minutes only.
  5. Modeled after the MEETx format, MEETx events consist of a series of short, carefully prepared talks, demonstrations, and performances on a wide range of subjects.
  6. MEETx talks should be less than 18 minutes long and are typically delivered by a single presenter. Any video submitted outside of this format may not be published on the MEETx YouTube channel.
  7. No panels or audience Q&A are permitted.
  8. Breakouts and workshops are permitted at MEETx events, but must be held outside of stage sessions.
  9. MEETx event themes should be multidisciplinary and broad. MEETx events must feature a diversity of speakers from across several disciplines that address a variety of topics. These topics should not fall under a single subject.
  10. Up to 100 individuals may attend the event.
  11. CWSIR and MEETx are platforms for showcasing and explaining genuine advances in science that are backed by research.
  12. Scientific claims by speakers should be based on data that has survived scrutiny by experts in the field. Speakers should be transparent about the basis for any factual claims, and the scientific evidence for them.
  13. The consequences of pseudoscience can be especially severe, and speakers should not misuse scientific language to make unsubstantiated claims.
  14. No talks with an inflammatory political or religious agenda, nor polarizing “us vs them” language.
  15. We seek to build consensus and provide outside-the-box thinking, not to revisit familiar, unresolvable disputes on these topics.
  16. Speakers cannot promote their own products, books, or businesses, or those of a company which employs them. Talks can only feature technology, product demos, or books that inform an idea presented in a talk.
  17. The sign of the MEETx Speaker is the membership of CWSIR.
  18. MEETx is a volunteer endeavor.
    The one may not use your event to make money And may not use his/her event to raise funds for charities or other organizations. The one may allocate part of his/her event budget to travel expenses and conference fees in order to attend a qualifying MEETx event.
  19. The attendance fee can be charged for a MEETx event.
    Not more than 100 dollar for overseas MEETx and RS. 4500/- in Indian MEETx.
  20. MEETx events may neither pay nor charge speakers.
  21. MEETx is an independent body of CWSIR.

*Eligibility to be a MEETx speaker:- *

  1. The one must be the member of CWSIR to be the MEETx speaker.
  2. The recorded visual of his/her talk is reviewed by the chairpersons of CWSIR and the approval of majority of board members including Honorary Patrons, Administration Officials, Members count and matter to qualify his/her candidature to MEETx.
  3. The majority of approvals will decide to qualify the candidature of an Applicant.
  4. The Founder can independently nominate the MMETx speaker.
  5. The MEETx speaker must be be graduate and thought leader.
  6. The Honorary Patron can recommend the MEETx speaker.

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