London Technology Week reveals event line-up

London Technology Week organisers reveal event line-up
London Technology Week organisers reveal event line-up

Expos, conferences, showcases and demos will all feature as part of next year's inaugural London Technology Week.

The week (16-20 June 2014) is aimed at the technology and digital communities and organised in partnership with London & Partners.

Confirmed events include UBM Live’s Internet World, including the Big Data Show and Interop London, at Excel London on 17-19 June 2014; the Leisure Tech Expo, which will take place in The O2 between 17 and 18 June; and the Mobile & App Design Awards on 19 June.

City University will also deliver two events including Made@City at The Village Hall in Shoreditch to showcase innovation, creativity and technology from the university’s students, and the CitySpark Accelerator kickoff workshop hosted on the university’s campus.

Other events will include the Founders Hive’s Viable Tech Demo, Croydon Tech City’s June meet-up and TV Triangle’s TV Meets Tech event.

Tracy Halliwell, head of business tourism and major events at London & Partners, said: "London has established itself as a leading destination for tech events and this inaugural London Technology Week is the perfect forum to showcase the city’s digital credentials to the events industry.

"London is without doubt Europe’s digital capital and our cutting-edge venues, combined with the city’s world-leading tech and creative talent, make it an unrivalled destination for meeting planners delivering high-tech meetings and events."

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