The Twitter Episode: Love it or hate it, it’s there. Douglas Holmes gives an honest talk about how and why to use twitter to your advantage. Short presentation starts at 9:15. The Launch Lab is a weekly session geared toward anyone who owns or is starting their own business. A highly varied group of energetic, intelligent people gather to exchange ideas, share critiques and encouragement, and feed each others’ vitality.
Would you like to better understand the importance and relationship between trademarks and brands? Do you need to find out how to make the most of your business’s Intellectual Property? Are you also aware of other forms of intellectual property such as patents, designs and copyright? This FREE event is being organised by the Intellectual Property Office and if you want find out the answers to the above questions and much more then you should not miss this event. This event will provide a great opportunity to speak with other local businesses, professionals in intellectual property and business support organizations. RSVP on the event site.
A great opportunity to enjoy informal chat with other folk who work in web related circles. It will be a very casual affair (when isn’t it?) most probably over a few drinks. Venue in city centre, address shown when you sign up.
This is the Edinburgh branch of the OpenCoffee Club which is an informal setting where entrepreneurs, developers and investors can drop in and network. Tea and biscuits aplenty!
lastminute.com Head of Innovation, Marko Balabanovic, will talk about their mobile apps. Bill Templeman is looking for suggestions for a mobile app for mountain bikers for 7 Stanes. Informatics students finishing their third or fourth years can find out more about our 12 week paid summer fellowship. Info and pre-registration is here: http://tinyurl.com/y45m3nl. All are welcome! There will be the usual pizza, drinks and socialising.
The speaker, Mark Fahy, senior manager, UK primary markets, will provide an overview and history of the LSE, how the business currently operates and how the LSE helps companies to raise finance through its Markets. Mark will then cover the role the LSE plays within the City of London and how the City is structured, including who the other major participants are inclduing regulators, bankers, brokers and fund managers.
Lovely bunch of digital media, social media, and just generally fun folks chatting away and making new friends. The best way to start your Friday, and well worth the early arrival (you can trickle in 8-9am if that helps). It’s hard to get out of bed, but whenever I manage I’m always so happy I went!
This is the Scottish Simulcast of the Startup Lessons Learned Conference. It is running 9 to 5 CALIFORNIA time – that is from about 5pm Edinburgh time til 2 in the morning… Friday 23rd April at the Winterwell offices. Cheers to Winterwell for being the venue sponsors and to Hypernumbers for sponsoring food – much appreciated! RSVP on the eventbrite page.
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Email email@example.com to sign up for this monthly networking event, anyone 18-30 who has started or would like to start a business. Free – drinks and light buffet included!