Rewire London 2014

Bringing together the brightest brains in business, design and technology

7 March 2014

We are looking for 150 of the brightest brains in design, business and technology.

Rewire London is a conference with a difference.

Based in the heart of London’s Tech City it’s a celebration of those at the cutting edge of emerging developments in design, business and technology.

You will be an active participant in shaping the outcome of the day, encouraged to run and join in on sessions and share knowledge. Think inspirational talks from guest speakers, creative showcases, ad-hoc presentations and practical workshops.

You will come away with original thinking, fresh ideas new contacts and inspiration for your business.

10 speakers

18 known attendees

  • Ian Thain
  • Paul Hallett
  • Giuseppe Sollazzo
  • Sanford Dickert
  • orliesaurus
  • Katrina Lowes
  • Rewire London
  • Bracket
  • Brian Frumberg
  • Jason Barrett
  • Central Working
  • James Layfield
  • James Parton
  • Sophia George
  • Adewale Oshineye
  • Rene Bastijans
  • melissa andrada
  • Camilla Grey

26 people tracking this event

  • Paul Johnston
  • Yasmin Khan FRSA
  • Ian Massingham
  • Nico Macdonald
  • Florian Rathgeber
  • Nigel Crawley
  • Cristiano Betta
  • Daniel Chow
  • Domenyk Honey
  • Chris Guayasamin B
  • Sofia Zab
  • Andy Piper
  • Inmaculada Martinez
  • Phil Leggetter
  • Ed Parkes
  • Alex Bilbie
  • Charles Catton
  • Tom Hutchinson
  • Matt Edgar
  • Diane Mueller
  • Sam
  • Simon Roberts
  • Lee Mallon
  • Stefan Schadwinkel
  • Berislav Lopac

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