WHAT’S THE BIG IDEA?

IdeaFestival Bowling Green is an annual celebration of ideas.

More specifically, it’s a one-day event held on WKU’s campus that features creative thinkers and ambitious innovators sharing their big ideas from the main stage. In between sessions, participants can dive into hands-on activities designed to spark new ideas. Speakers and activities cover a broad swath of topics: entrepreneurship, art, sustainability, education, the maker movement, the STEM disciplines, and much more.

To learn more about the festival, check out our media page.


IFBG 2016 Promo

WHAT’S THE BIG IDEA?

IdeaFestival Bowling Green is an annual celebration of ideas.

More specifically, it’s a one-day event held on WKU’s campus that features creative thinkers and ambitious innovators sharing their big ideas from the main stage. In between sessions, participants can dive into hands-on activities designed to spark new ideas. Speakers and activities cover a broad swath of topics: entrepreneurship, art, sustainability, education, the maker movement, the STEM disciplines, and much more.

To learn more about the festival, check out our media page.


IFBG 2016

Relive IFBG 2016

IdeaFestival Bowling Green 2016 and the big ideas you shared there continue to live on in many forms of media. Photos have been posted and social media posts from participants can be found in the IFBG 2016 Storify. Soon you can watch videos of the IFBG 2016 talks or listen to them as podcasts.

Did you attend IFBG 2016? We want to hear from you! Share your experience and help us improve for IFBG 2017.

Relive IFBG 2016

IdeaFestival Bowling Green 2016 and the big ideas you shared there continue to live on in many forms of media. Photos have been posted and social media posts from participants can be found in the IFBG 2016 Storify. Soon you can watch videos of the IFBG 2016 talks or listen to them as podcasts.

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IFBG 2015 TALKS

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CREATIVE THOUGHTS

“As a young innovator you have a moment when you realize you’re not the smartest person in the room. You need to surround yourself with people who are smart in ways you’re not. That’s when success starts happening.”

Brian Gupton, CEO and Co-Founder of Dataseam
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