I help create Digital Identities through critical reflection. Currently manage the Interesting Spaces project that's travelled Mumbai to Manchester. 日本語を勉強します bio from Twitter
Abhay Adhikari works with interesting people and organisations from the creative, education and voluntary sectors. He currently manages The Digital Identities in Interesting Spaces project which has travelled from Mumbai to Manchester. Recently the Guardian hosted a series of Digital Identity seminars for its professional networks.
At Grapple, Adam leads the strategy team responsible for deﬁning innovative mobile propositions that deliver commercial objecti
Founder of ARnav, part of GammaRebels.
Adam Stark is a specialist in interactive music technology and co-founder of the interactive arts technology studio Codasign.
He wrote a PhD on using intelligent digital technologies to create new forms of interaction in live music performances and art installations, completed at the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London. He has worked with artists including Imogen Heap, Di Mainstone and Sarah Nicolls and exhibited work at the National Portrait Gallery, Shunt Lounge and Novas CUC. He is also a performing musician, using interactive technology as part of the six-piece instrumental band Rumour Cubes.
Developer Advocate at Google. Co-author of Apprenticeship Patterns. Learning to listen. Learning to let go. Making things happen. bio from Twitter
Senior Lecturer in Economic Geography at Queen Mary, University of London
University of London (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). His research interests are in gendered geographies of work-life and employment; high tech regional learning, innovation and entrepreneurship; and worker empowerment in India's New Service Economy. A recent project was concerned with repositioning the so-called 'business case' for work-life balance (WLB). It explored gendered patterns of work-life conflict amongst IT professionals in Dublin and Cambridge; the kinds of WLB arrangements that different worker cohorts find most useful in reconciling those conflicts; and how worker uptake of those preferred WLB arrangements enhances learning and innovation processes within and across firms. His current work is looking to extend these debates to Stay At Home Dads and the contemporary regendering of care in the UK. Al's research has been funded by the ESRC, AHRC, and Nuffield Foundation.
Alan Stuart is the project manager for The WOW Agency
The WOW agency – a unique initiative embedded within the Faculty of Computing at London Metropolitan University. The WOW Agency places top students and graduates into real client-driven projects at low cost to business – with clients ranging from digital start-ups through to Comic Relief. He now oversees a portfolio of over 100 projects for start-ups / SME’s and Social Enterprise, working closely with academics to identify new breakthrough talent, creativity, enterprising students and innovative minds. A new initiative - WOWBiz offers Start-Ups, SME’s and Social Enterprises a fantastic opportunity to have small to medium size projects delivered for FREE.
Alan believes passionately in the opportunity for student and graduate talent to be given a truly dynamic and creative platform from which to showcase breakthrough-thinking, motivation and innovation and is committed to supporting the needs of start-ups / SME’s and Social Enterprise today while developing the workforce of the future
I have a high pain threshold, I'm forgiving, empathetic and see the future. I write and draw, advertise and very occasionally punish people if they're naughty. bio from Twitter
Founder and CEO, Huddle
Senior Experience Planner (digital), Ogilvy
Alex is a senior planner at OgilvyOne, where he works on several blue chip accounts.
He helps them create compelling, engaging customer experiences - experiences they’ll value and want to repeat.
He's a bit of a polymath: he's worked as a fund manager for an innovative tech start-up investment fund, and as a creative for Walt Disney.
He's also a Visiting Lecturer on Strategy Visualisation, Systems Theory and Game Theory at Oxford Brookes.
Alex lives in London.
Alex Haw is founder and director of the award-winning practice atmos (atmosstudio.com), working across media, executing buildings and installations and public projects that converge meaning with technological innovation in the pursuit of immersive, sensual, stirring landscapes. He currently teaches the ADS1 Masters programme at the Royal College of Art (www.naturoids.org), lectures widely, writes for various magazines and is contributing editor for WIRED UK.
UK based artist working with light and code bio from Twitter
MD, The Future Factory
Head of App Development, Dennis Publishing
Alex Watson is a recovering journalist who now heads up the app development and mobile product management team at the UK's largest independent publisher. In 2011, he oversaw app launches as diverse as The Week and the Viz Profanisaurus.
Senior Lecturer Applied Performance at Queen Mary University of London
He has worked in the fields of Applied Performance and Development Theatre for twenty five years, including twenty at the Education Department of Glyndebourne Opera and nearly fifteen at Queen Mary, University of London, in what has over that period become the top Drama Department for research in the UK. Ali is one of the leading exponents and adaptors of the techniques of his teacher and mentor the late Augusto Boal, the legendary Brazilian founder of the Theatre of the Oppressed movement.
Alistair Crane, a tenacious and charismatic entrepreneur, is the CEO and co-founder of Grapple Mobile
I work in the area of social and big data
Executive Vice President, European Innovation Development, Qualcomm
Gilbert joined Qualcomm in 2006 as president of Qualcomm Europe where he provided strategic direction and oversight of all Qualcomm business development and operational activity in Europe and has served in many roles including president of MediaFLO Technologies and president of Qualcomm Internet Services.
Strategy and Planning Director @Cimex - a leading digital engagement agency based in London, specialising in e-commerce, mobile, UX and digital marketing bio from Twitter
Head of Propositions, Global Dawn
Andy Hewitt works with brand clients to create the best combination of challenges, content, game mechanics and rewards in order to harvest consumer preferences, trigger behaviour, and generate profit. Andy is responsible for defining the Global Dawn proposition as well as the functionality of its Social Business Engine to deliver it, including systems for social rewards, gamification, channel, content and affiliate features, and the heuristic and persuasive behaviour messaging strategy.
Angel and Advisor
Building a better world through new technologies and technology businesses.
Partner, London Tax & Incentives
Ann is a partner in the Private Client, Tax and Incentives department at Taylor Wessing and is head of the Incentives Team.
Senior Associate, London Tax & Incentives, Taylor Wessing
Anna is a senior associate in the Private Client, Tax and Incentives department at Taylor Wessing, specialising in employee incentives.
Founder of INTRO Labs. Currently obsessed with serendipitous connections of ideas and people. bio from Twitter
Anthony Erwin is Founder, CEO and head of product at INTRO Labs. Prior to this he Founded StreetSpark, a mobile location based social network. He has previously founded and sold multiple startups in the Tech and Media industries. He was also head of projects at Channel 4 Interactive, creating the Big Brother interactive TV platform (the first of its kind in the world) and has developed interactive applications for multiple telecoms companies such as NTL.
Managing Director, Big Cat Group
Managing Director of Big Cat, an award-winning full service marketing consultancy. Works on a number of digital marketing Knowledge Transfer projects with leading universities. Anthony began his career as an event marketer in the leisure sector in the early 90s cutting his teeth with some of the UK's leading operators, venues and promoters.
VP Business Development and Marketing at Qualcomm
Dr. Anthony Thomson is vice president of business development and marketing at Qualcomm
Halo. With broad responsibility for Qualcomm Halo’s business interests, he is a driving force for
growth and further development of operations on a global scale.