The third annual conference took place on the 7th June 2018, asking has technology enhanced or damaged our experiences? The full-day event saw twelve different industry perspectives answer this one question including, LinkedIn, Coco de Mer, photographer and filmmaker, Rankin, The Victoria & Albert Museum, Kantar International, IBM, Calm and more.
View the full agenda below.
One Question returned on the 17th May 2017, asking, can we really trust technology. Pixar, Twitter, IBM, Goldsmiths University, Coca Cola, YouGov , The Business of Fashion and the White House took to the stage to debate the trust we put in technology every day. View the full agenda below.
In 2016 One Question launched asking, how do we successfully marry technology and humanity? Debated by leading experts from IBM, Ogilvy, Nissan, Sony Music, The Pool, The BBC, PwC and more, one question challenged the way we think about our every day and allowed us to debate and discuss one big question, view the full agenda below.
The One Question Community
“If TED Talks and Vanity Fair were to have a love child.” Jeremy Waite, IBM.
“Probably the best event I’ve been to this year.” James Whatley, Ogilvy & Mather
“One Question was one of the highlights of my year. In a world of fast-paced sound bites flying around the social ether, it presented itself as an oasis of calm and reflection. By focusing on one question answered from various angles it moved the audience from their usual distractions to a far more stately pace, where depth replaced breadth. In short, I loved it.” Fred Bolza, Sony Music
“The One Question event was impeccably prepared, impressively run and combined a fascinating array of diverse speakers, topics and points of view – having just one question but many opinions, made for a unique and very different, but better take on a conference“ Jo Moore, Lenovo
“One Question is the conference that has stuck in my mind over the last year. The focus of the day leads to a depth of interrogation and contrast of answers that leave you to feel intellectually satisfied – which is very rarely the case with other events”. Bruce Daisley, Twitter