Geekily 12 Days of Christmas – Tomorrow’s Web

Tomorrow’s Web is a conference and meetup for anyone passionate about technology, startups, and the UK’s tech industry. With a lineup of speakers from some of the biggest names in technology, alongside as much pizza and beer as you can lay your hands on, it’s a great day out for anyone passionate about the tech scene.

The fourth Tomorrow’s Web will take place in central London this February, and tickets are on sale right now. With fantastic speakers and attendees, it’s well worth coming along for a listen and a socialise – not only will you get to hear stories and advice from people in the industry, but there’s also plenty of opportunity for networking and meeting new people with similar interests. There’s even post-meetup drinking and clubbing.

Here’s the line-up for February’s event:

Jamillah Knowles, The Next Web

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The UK Editor for The Next Web. She’s based in London. You can hear her on BBC Radio 5Live’s Outriders. With several years of tech journalism under her belt, she’ll be sharing some of the many industry tips and tricks that she’s picked up along the way.

 

 

James Maskell, Vinetrade

The CEO and Founder of Vinetrade, a fine wine trading platform that’s revolutionising an antiquated industry. Having raised funding from three of London’s most respected startup investment capital firms, James has lots of advice to share. He will be speaking about the startup lessons that he’s learned in the past 12 months.

 

Ben Nunney, Microsoft

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A Technical Evangelist at Microsoft. Trained in animation and digital media production, Ben made the decision a few years after freelancing that he wanted to work more closely with technology and inspire people to do awesome things with it.

 

 

Geekily owners Henry and Jordan, as well as our Senior Editor, will all be attending Tomorrow’s Web this February, as we did the previous two events. If you’re going, be sure to come and find us and say hi! You can find out more about Tomorrow’s Web and buy tickets on their website.

Image: Tomorrow’s Web

Henry Cole

I'm an all round tech guy from Colchester, UK. I co-owned Geekily and regularly wrote here under "Geekily UK", but have since left the site to pursue other projects.

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