TED@UPS2016

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TED@UPS: What If More Expensive Isn’t Better?

When it comes to healthcare, how can we do more with less?

As medicine advances, so does the complexity and price of healthcare. Jan Denecker takes the stage at TED@UPS to share three ways the modern healthcare industry can learn to do more with less.  Jan shares his story in his TED@UPS talk featured below.    Click here to learn more about Jan.  

TED@UPS: What If Mosquitoes Could Deliver Vaccines?

What happens when a problem becomes part of a solution?

Katie Francfort works with pharmaceutical companies that manufacture and donate products for humanitarian aid. After a recent trip to South America, Katie encountered a problem in dire need of a solution: how to supply temperature-sensitive vaccines to the world’s most remote locations.  Katie shares her story in her TED@UPS talk featured below. After you watch the video, read […]

TED@UPS: What if Everyone in the World Had an Address?

Here's why a simple address is no small matter.

Mario Paluzzi crafts solutions to the shipping industry’s most head-scratching challenges. After developing a mobile app for drivers and an online web portal for customers and carriers, he wondered what our world would look like if we could give everybody an address.  Mario shares his story in his TED@UPS talk featured below. After you watch the video, read our […]

TED@UPS: What If Assimilation Doesn’t Require Cultural Sacrifice?

Amelia reclaimed her shunned identity through dance. Now she shares her heritage with the world.

After moving from Indonesia to Pennsylvania, Amelia Laytham shunned her Indonesian heritage to assimilate to American culture. But Amelia eventually learned that she should embrace – not conceal – her upbringing. Amelia shares that story in her TED@UPS talk featured below. After watching the video, read our Q&A with Amelia where she discusses her experience giving the talk and […]

TED@UPS: What If Daytime Dramas Taught Life and Business Lessons?

There are more parallels between soap operas and real life than you might realize.

Kate Adams worked on soap operas for eight years. Her experience became surprisingly helpful in tackling problems in the “real world.” Kate one day realized that daytime dramas aren’t all that different from our own everyday dramas. Her talk is being featured on TED.com – click the link below to view. Afterwards, check out our Q&A with Kate. […]