Last month, nearly 2,900 people packed into McCaw Hall at the Seattle Center to discuss how Seattle is growing and evolving. The event was the 8th annual TEDx Seattle. The theme of this year’s TEDx was “Changing Places” to represent the cultural, economic, and physical changes that the city has been experiencing and what others are doing to shape these changes for a positive future. The day was segmented into four parts; 1) Changing the Game 2) Changing the Future 3) Changing the Intolerable 4) Changing the Human Spirit. If you weren’t able to make it, check out some videos of featured talks here. Topics include: How architectural design affects your brain, bio-inspired engineering, and asteroid/space exploration for resources.
Plaster Group continues to remain active in the community by contributing both time and financial support to over twenty charities in the local area. As part of our 3-C’s philosophy (Clients, Consultants and Community), we believe our community improves with business partners who continuously engage with the intent to contribute to the betterment of society. Alyssa Palmer represented Plaster Group at this years event building on our engagement with the Seattle community in addition to our work with Northwest Harvest and Roots. As we continue to grow, we are harnessing the momentum of our commitments in the hopes of setting a new standard for the way business should be done.
Plaster Group is Seattle based consulting firm built on the principle of local talent for local businesses. If you’re a local business looking to discuss further the challenges you are facing in an ever-changing Seattle, contact Plaster Group today!