Tuesday 29th May
Discover the Next thing at DS2012
THIS DAY IS NOW SOLD OUT
This is a day about tomorrow. A day about exploring the next big thing ideas in creativity and technology. A day that looks beyond the tablet to the next transformational innovation.
It is a day for anybody who looks to the future.
Highlights include presentations from the biggest tech companies about the innovations on their horizons, workshops about working together in the future and debates about how the business world is changing.
Discover some of the NEXT day’s star speakers. Find someone interesting? Connect with them via twitter and organise a meetup on the day.
Digital Media Entrepreneur, Investor/Advisor
Executive VP and President
VP Business Development and Marketing
Strategic Value Creation VP
Design Lead, Interaction
Vice President Europe
Business Development Manager
User Experience Designer
It’s about making the most of the day
Digital Shoreditch isn’t the same as other events. It’s not the usual sit down, zone out, be talked at. We’ve carefully designed each event around three key principles:
1) Interaction: You’ll see that each day has a very full agenda of speakers. That won’t mean death by powerpoint. It does mean that our speakers will give you a short taster of ideas earlier in the day so that you can choose who you want to sit down with for a more indepth roundtable discussion.
2) Matchmaking: You might lock eyes with your ideal (business) partner within seconds of entering the room. But just in case that doesn’t happen we’ll be giving you a helping hand. Once you register you can use the festival app to connect with any of the participants based on mutual interests. Our social theme for this year is ‘making meaningful connections’ so expect plenty of activity on making this happen.
3) Networking: We make sure that there is plenty of time each day for structured and unstructured networking, in 1-1s and small groups. Digital Shoreditch is all about building fruitful relationships. You will walk away with new friends, not just a bunch of handouts.