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[17 Dec 2013 | No Comment | 1,627 views]
Launch: Shared Services & Outsourcing Week Europe

Join us at the 14th Annual European Shared Services & Outsourcing Week, taking place 12-15 May 2014 at the inspiring Dublin Convention Centre in Ireland.

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[13 Sep 2013 | No Comment | 1,423 views]
Launch: PEX Week North America

Every year the world’s decision makers and doers in process excellence meet in Orlando to collaborate on the direction of the industry, share best practice, and discover new concepts for business success. 2014 is our 15th year of bringing the industry together, and the event theme will be: Next Generation Process Excellence.

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[6 Jun 2013 | No Comment | 1,667 views]
Launch: Startup Weekend, Creatives Edition

Startup Weekend does what it says on the tin – they build & launch start up companies in the space of a weekend, Friday night to Sunday arvo. It’s an impressive model, active globally, with many success stories under its belt.

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[28 Feb 2013 | No Comment | 2,569 views]
Relaunch: PEX Week Europe

The very latest thinking and doing in process excellence for you, your business, and your industry.

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[28 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 1,974 views]
Rewire London

Rewire London brought together around 200 bright sparks from the digital industry for a day of very lively and intelligent chat. It was over at the Google Campus which is a shared working space with a warehouse feel and a good coffee bar.

This was an unconference so the agenda came together on the day by people who had either planned to speak or who made a last minute decision to get involved.

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[7 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 2,065 views]
London bike ride

Got this new app, London Bike Rides, from the same dude that does the London Bike Rides website and blog. The app is well worth getting – it presents the rides really well, and you can choose by road/ trail/ hilly etc. which is marvellous.
I did the ‘Tower Bridge to Greenwich Park’ ride although really the route just served as inspiration and I added, picked & mixed my own bits. And it was worth it for the inspiration. I never come to East London and I certainly hadn’t realised how quickly I would be here. It was my first time going through Greenwich foot tunnel

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[26 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 1,597 views]
iMedia Digital Summit UK

The first iMedia Digital Summit took place last week on a very sunny Tuesday and Wednesday in Eastbourne. 180 major digital players got together to talk about what’s shaping the industry, where the trends are heading, who’s doing what best, and how we can all make lots more lovely monies online.

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[4 May 2011 | No Comment | 2,750 views]
Back by Popular Demand – ad:tech University

We know that the digital media & marketing industry is expanding and the Robert Walters Quarterly Update for 2011 reported that in particular ‘online marketing professionals were highly sought-after.’ With that growth there is also more demand for effective training, up-skilling and increasing industry expertise.

In order to serve the industry and back by popular demand we are once again hosting the ad:tech University – an intensive course to advance digital skills and knowledge. Fast. (ad:tech University, 3 June 2011, Vibe Hotel, Sydney, www.ad-tech.com/uni)

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[28 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 2,602 views]
new ad:tech brain post: “Bonin Bough to speak via live video link”

Due to significant internal changes at PepsiCo, Bonin Bough informed us on Saturday morning (26 March) that he is now unable to join us in person on Wednesday 30 March for the free Keynote Presentation at ad:tech Melbourne. Bonin’s presentation is one of four free Keynote Presentations at ad:tech Melbourne. The other Keynote speakers are: the Founders of Spreets, the Digital Communications Manager from Tate, UK and the CMO of Microsoft APAC.

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[17 Mar 2011 | No Comment | 1,630 views]
new ad:tech brain post: “sessions I’m looking forward to at ad:tech Melbourne”

The great thing about the ad:tech Melbourne program is that we’ll be revisiting some of the content from Sydney. This is good because it means the best content is being aired twice, and in the interim the speakers can re-evaluate their material in light of any feedback and taking in to account the local market. Here’s a few examples of those: