place at the table

Ideator Proudly Supports A Place at the Table

Hosted by 1to1 Movement, A Place at the Table (#APATT15) is a conference for innovators, changemakers, and leaders who want to develop sustainable solutions for the conservation issues of their choosing. Participants include students, local businesses and nonprofits, as well as educators and municipal organizations.

How it Works

The conference takes place on the campus of San Diego State University, at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union’s Montezuma Hall. Hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday the 19th, and 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday the 20th. To watch the pitches from the APATT15 teams on Sunday from 2-5pm, RSVP here.

Participants will gather in teams to share ideas and work collaboratively on solutions for various conservation issues. Keynote speakers will share their inspiration and stories in having made innovative change, after which the teams will pitch their solutions.

Keynote speakers include Lauren Singer, author of the Zero Waste blog “Trash is for Tossers,” and Helge Hellberg, organic food advocate and founder of the Organic Media Network.

Ideator Supports Creativity

Ideator is proud to be a presenting sponsor at this event. As part of our support for the event the idea competition will be run on the Ideator platform.

In addition to focusing on important conservation issues, A Place at the Table also provides a great opportunity to meet some of the Ideator team and get help, including Co-Founder Jeremy Sanders, VP Business Development Thomas Schutz, and Community Manager Jessica Buerger.

“Ideator partners with organizations that take a creative approach to tackling problems. We’re proud to provide our platform and resources to 1to1Movement’s APATT15 to foster innovative team-building, idea generation, and idea validation processes.” -Jeremy Sanders

“1to1 Movement is excited to work with Ideator. We, above all, believe that innovation is the path to making change, and welcome this highly versatile tool to help our participants plot their course.” -Jonathan Zaidman, 1to1 Movement

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