The event is designed to motivate and inspire developers and entrepreneurs with the help of six fantastic speakers and two panel sessions. We'll be looking back at past experiences and forward to what's in store for us in the future. We'll help you find the best ways to get your ideas heard and the funding to turn your ideas into reality.
This is all for the affordable price of £99 (+vat.) You will also be one of the last people to set foot inside the iconic Battersea Power Station before it closes long-term for redevelopment.
David is an award-winning writer, designer and author based in London. His data visualisation work has appeared in over 40 publications worldwide including Wired and The Guardian.
Morten Lund, is the CEO of Everbread Ltd.. a travel-search company, and Chairman of Tradeshift Ltd. the worlds first open business network.
Described variously as an ‘archangel investor’, startup ‘ideologist’ and ‘visionary’, Morten has been one of the most active seed investors in Europe, through his startup catalyst LundXY.
Sam has been in five startups (NetStudio, Brightware, WebHarbor, Xoriant, and Ofoto) and four established companies (Broderbund, Fair Isaac, BEA Systems, and Microsoft). He now works for Apigee as VP of Strategy.
Yosi Taguri has been a developer since the age of 11 when computers had 8 bits and less than 64k of memory. He has a hobby of making people look a bit silly using apps and extremely enjoys the art of talking to people. On the serious side he has a vast experience in building large scale solutions on different platforms and working with early stage companies to realise what can be done with cutting edge technologies. In the past 2 years he made the ios and android platforms his new mistress.
Jason McCabe Calacanis. CEO and Founder of Mahalo, Inc., a user-powered search engine. Founder of ThisWeekIn.com, presenter of This Week in Start Ups and Angel investor. Previously Jason was CEO and co-founded Weblogs, Inc. in January 2004. Weblogs, Inc. became a wholly owned subsidiary of AOL in November of 2005. Jason also organises LAUNCH conference.
After four years as the #1 rated technology analyst in Europe, Richard left his role as head of technology research at Goldman Sachs to form the first - and still only - independent technology research group in Europe. Unlike other analysts, Arete has no conflicts of interest preventing their telling the truth about technology. After the scandals surrounding deceptive and poor quality analysis, Arete found an increasing demand for its independent views on telecoms, software, semis and services.
Sháá is CEO of Smarta.com the ultimate source of advice for anyone starting or running a new business. Sháá has worked alongside people in the world of sport (Chris Eubank, Don King, Barry Hearn) and business: Sir Bob Geldof and Sir James Dyson. She believes what she learned from them was more valuable than any MBA she could have done, anywhere.
Elizabeth Varley is a communicator, connector and entrepreneur with a background in technology, content and events. She is Co-founder and CEO of TechHub – the space bringing together the global technology startup community, with its first launch in London's Old Street.
Charles Arthur is the Guardian's technology editor. Prior to that he covered science, technology and health at the Independent for nine years. Charles likes free data, transparency and social networks and is writing a book on Apple, Google and Microsoft.
Take a District or Circle Line train to Sloane Square and then take a 137 bus south to Queenstown Road.
Take a Victoria Line train to Vauxhall, and then take a 44 or 344 bus west to Battersea Park Road.
From Victoria to Battersea Park Station. Then a two minute walk.
From Waterloo to Queenstown Road Station. Then a five minute walk.
The entrance to Battersea Power Station is in Kirtling Street, which is a turning off of Battersea Park Road, to the south. There is no access to Battersea Power Station from Queenstown Road to the west.