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Please note: this is a FREE event, however a ticket is required for entry; please ensure that you have your ticket with you at the door.
DigitalBristol is a community for people in Bristol & the surrounding areas who want to stay up-to-date with the ever changing digital landscape; meet-up, network, learn and share. DigitalBristol organises and facilitates free monthly networking events with stand-out speakers, attracting the best digital knowledge, expertise and businesses in the region.
This month's speaker is Andy Piper (@andypiper). Andy is a Social Bridgebuilder; Community Lead; speaker and podcaster and will be talking us through using social tools in enterprise.
This month's event will be hosted at SiftGroups, one of the UK's leading digital media experts. They work with over 1,000 organisations to help them deliver effective online business solutions.
The SiftGroups offices are located on Baldwin Street, Bristol. For those of you travelling from outside Bristol, there is a huge NCP car park next door to the offices (for those travelling by car) and the offices are a 10 minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station (for anyone arriving by train).
6:00 - 6:45pm - Arrivals & Introductions
6:45 - 7:30pm - Presentation
7:30 - 7:45pm - Questions
7:45 - 9:00pm - Open Networking
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If you have any questions or have trouble finding the venue please do not hesitate to contact us:
Please let us know if you book a ticket and are then not able to attend; we often operate a waiting list for our events and can re-allocate your ticket. Persistent no-shows will be noted and may not be allowed to book tickets for future events.
DigitalBristol Committee Contact details:
Daniel Twigg @danieltwigg on Twitter in the first instance or alternatively
Emma Logue @ emmajlogue on Twitter
Kate Tarling @kateldn on Twitter