Quick facts

#Waltzing Wild Waters

For the curious, adventurers, innovators and for those who wish to be inspired


200 inspiring people from speakers to visitors.

Half-Day Event

19th of June 2014,
13:30 – 21:00.

9 Speakers

As various the topics, so the speakers.

Experience Corners

A place to try things out and play.

Food & Drinks

Snacks and dinner from Austria to Syria.


Waltzing, because our “playground” is the city of the Waltz. It symbolizes movement, action and teamwork. And we love to dance! Wild, because we seek unknown and exciting challenges. We like to think freely and without limits. Waters, because of the Danube of course! 🙂 TEDxDonauinsel is a source of inspiration and knowledge, down to earth and open to the world.

speakers & acts

Till H. Groß

Till H. Groß

Comfort Zone Crusher
Andreas Onea

Andreas Onea

Paralympic Swimmer
Carina Schmid

Carina Schmid

Social Entrepreneur
Renato Dornelas

Renato Dornelas

Social Activist
Tereza Jureckova

Tereza Jureckova

Social Entrepreneur
Ekaterina Karabasheva

Ekaterina Karabasheva

Social Entrepreneur
Timur Topalgoekceli

Timur Topalgoekceli

Energy Specialist
Bistra Kumbaroska

Bistra Kumbaroska

Impact Manager
Joni Sheila

Joni Sheila



Sansibar (Sunken City),
Donauinsel 1, 1220 Wien

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Multi-disciplinary, young and passionate from different parts of the world.


Curation & Founder from Austria


Eva Vögerl

Sponsorships and Budgets Manager

Elena Rachor


Stéphanie Cox

Program and Event Experience Manager

Claudia Endrich

Communications, editorial and marketing Manager


Michael Csar

Event Manager

Clemens Öllinger Guptara

Speakers Manager

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