An “unconference” engages participants to interact and design their learning together — without the standard presentation and awkward networking format of most business conferences. Participants collaborate at the begining of the event to identify what they want to learn, and who in the room has knowledge to share around each topic.
From crowd-sourced, in-the-moment small group presentations to more intimate three-person discussions, Tilted RVA puts attendees in the driver’s seat. Each aspect of the full-day unconference allows participants contribute in meaningful ways to the discussions. The event’s “No PowerPoint” rule encourages people to engage in a more personal way.
Organizers are also focused on attracting participants reflective of Richmond’s diverse business community.