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Keynote speaker

Vince Ebert, physicist and comedian, is currently on tour with his new show, he has been hosting his own Science Show on German TV for 5 years and his books have sold over 500,000 copies. Vince’s mission for almost 20 years on stage has been to convey scientific and economic contexts within the realms of humour. His thrilling keynotes are both informative and highly entertaining. Vince shows why the world is not computable and how this can be in our favour for innovations. In addition, he shows us which factors are relevant for our ability to master the digital future. He adjusts his lecture to any given event and is a frequent speaker at company festivities, congresses and fairs.

Randomly Successful

The world is not predictable!

Do you believe in coincidence? No? Are you sure? Try to remember how you met your spouse. Or how you got your first job. Was all of that planned? Really? We are secretly convinced that we understand the world, how our partners and the laws of the free market function. And there certainly must be a simple formula for success. Think again! Ever since the financial crisis in 2008 one thing should have become perfectly clear: in complex systems there are a ton of factors that are unpredictable per se. The factor “chance” has always played a vital role: porcelain was only detected because Johann Böttger was trying to formulate gold. Scotch tape was originally planned as band aid and Viagra was discovered when male test persons wouldn´t even think of giving up their heart medication.

In his lecture Vince Ebert explains what entrepreneurial strategies are necessary in order to stay flexible and able to react to unforeseeable incidents and stay cutting-edge. He does this by using funny examples from natural sciences, neuro marketing and chaos theory.

Coincidence is absolutely vital for progress and innovation. After all the most successful system of our universe is based on trial and error: evolution. Without coincidence and chance the most influential species would never have been able to generate. Give chance a chance!

Vince Ebert gives a speech at TEDxHHL on October 8th, 2015 in Leipzig, Germany.

Big Dadaism


Mastering digitalization with a clear mind

How will our work life change in the future? Will computers soon be more intelligent than people? Will they even control us?

Be it in marketing, as a strategy in human resources or in the production field – nowadays the term “digitalization” is omnipresent. We get the feeling that all traditional business models must be changed or abolished all together.

But will Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and the Silicon Valley geeks really cause a revolution of our everyday work life?

Comedian and physicist Vince Ebert advises us to stay calm and tells us in his new lecture what about Big Data are modern myths, empty promises and horror visions of the business world of tomorrow. By using witty and surprising examples, he demonstrates where humans are still superior to even the most intelligent computers and how to stay successful in the future by relying on creativity and a sense of imagination.

In his sweeping keynote speech Vince Ebert shows which factors are relevant for our ability to master the future, why self-driving cars will probably never win recognition and that already stone-age business models used social networks.

We do not have to be afraid of digitalization. On the contrary. 10 years ago, the German celebrity fashion designer, Rudolph Moshammer, was strangled with a telephone line. Today this would be technically impossible.

Big Dadaism – a provocative, funny and reassuring lecture in times of digital hysteria.

And last but not least: a humorous encouragement to use our own heads!

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"Vince Ebert knows excellently how to present his subject in a scientifically funded, comprehensible and yet very entertaining way. He knows how to inspire, make you laugh and think at the same time."
Kristine Pogge, Owner/Manager of PODIUM Speakers & Concepts
"I think Vince Ebert can do more with only a speech than a bunch of business consultants plowing through a company for a whole week."
Jürgen Diessl, publishing leader ECON
"You hang on Vince Ebert's every word because you don't want to either miss a fascinating fact or a great gag. This is how to deliver great speeches!"
Christian Thunig, absatzwirtschaft
"Vince Ebert was THE surprise act at the Alpensymposium. Clever, provocative and above all – FUNNY! That's how a lecture should be. Fabulous!"
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