Rewire London Unconference

Come shape the worlds of design, technology and business at this one-day co-created event.

28 September 2012

What happens when you fill a room with London's brightest brains in design, technology and business? Find out! Be part of it!

Run in collaboration with members-based club, Central Working, Rewire London Unconference is an antidote to traditional conferences; we will be celebrating creativity and exploring new ways of working.

At the Rewire London Unconference, participants are the driving force, facilitating inspiration and dialogue rather than the stuffy bullet-point presentations we've all become so accustomed to. You'll be able to submit ideas for sessions in advance of the day and create the agenda as the event takes place.

Think inspirational talks, ad-hoc presentations, practical sessions and creative showcases, all with a core focus on technology, design and business - areas necessary, whatever your expertise, for reaching digital success.

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1 session

8 known attendees

  • Adewale Oshineye
  • Alison Coward
  • Rewire London
  • Phil Dearson
  • Simon Scott
  • Kevinjohn Gallagher
  • Central Working
  • Kam Star

19 people tracking this event

  • Nico Macdonald
  • Sinead Doyle
  • Derek Jones
  • Astrid Maria Bigoni
  • Nigel Crawley
  • Andy Leigh
  • Joseph Wu
  • Debbie Wicks
  • Benjamin Ellis
  • Andy Piper
  • Gerry Leonidas
  • John Pettigrew
  • Steve Bomford
  • Shaun McDonald
  • Chris Adams
  • Angus McLachlan
  • Paola Kathuria
  • mark oliver hawkins
  • Tom Hutchinson

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