Lecture inspires thousands of employees at companies that are committed to developing their workforce. We offer fascinating interactive masterclasses in the comfort of their offices, anywhere in Europe. 12 times a year. A different discipline every month.

Every lecture is given by an intriguing expert in that particular field. From ethics to intellectual property, from plastic surgery to social psychology and from art history to artificial intelligence.

And every lecture is short, but lasting.

Contact us to discover what Lecture can do for your company.

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Masterclasses for smart businesses


The most inspiring professors

Lecture has unique arrangements with the most inspiring professors. Our speakers are subjected to a strict selection procedure. Some of our lecturers are supported by our coaches and science editors.  That's how we safeguard the quality of our Lectures, and how we can guarantee that our spectators are always on the edge of their seats.

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Short, powerful lectures

Our Lectures are short and powerful. Every Lecture lasts 50 minutes, which includes time for a Q&A. In September, a lecturer might teach your employees about the ethics of big data and artificial intelligence, while in October, a professor in art history lectures about master forgers or the evolution of auction houses.

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In the comfort of your offices

Every month a masterclass in one of your offices. So your employees won't need to leave the office to get inspired. Moreover, Lecture can support your HR department with impressive promotional material to ensure that everyone - from coffee lady to CEO - knows about every upcoming Lecture.

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Stay hungry

I decided to drop out and trust that it would all work out OK.
It was pretty scary at the time, but looking back it was one
of the best decisions I ever made. 

The minute I dropped out, I could stop taking the required
classes that didn’t interest me, and begin dropping in on the
ones that looked interesting.

And much of what I stumbled into by following
my curiosity and intuition turned out to be priceless
later on.
— Steve Jobs, 'Connecting the dots'- speech at Stanford university