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Wine and Wotsits. Chapter IV
Tue, April 4, 2017, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM BST
The sell out corn-based snack event of the quarter is back. It's Wine and Wotsits time.
You say wot?
That's right, there aren't enough wotsits in Campaigners lives, so a few times a year we co-ordinate people coming together to share some of their successes. It's a pecha kucha format, which means approx 5 presentations of 20 slides, each lasting 20 seconds. It will be an opportunity to hear from cutting edge speakers doing exciting things. Previous speakers include those from Save the Children, Shelter, WWF, Unlock Democracy, Which?, Change.org, National Autistic Society, Care2 and many more. If you have something you'd love to talk about, please let us know!
Who is speaking?
We've got a kick ass list of speakers for you:
Penelope Gibbs - Director at Transform Justice on Herding cats- how one campaigner tried to persuade the criminal justice sector to reframe it's messaging
Jess Day - Campaigner, Let Toys be Toys
Laura Osborne - Head of Corporate Affairs, Which?
Rachel Collinson - Donor Whisper for most of the big charities you have ever come across!
Rob Blackie - Rob Blackie Digital strategy, previously Global Head of Social at Ogilvy & Mather. 'Did data win it for Trump'
Jem Stein - The Bike Project
If you would like to speak at a future event please get in touch.
Where will it be?
Central London, we are very lucky that the good folk at Newspeak House are hosting us for free. Thank you! Most people will find Liverpool Street the best tube.
How many tickets are there?
A limited number, we generally have a waitlist, so sign up early. We try and fit in as many people as we can.
How does it work?
You show up with whatever you want to drink (wine, fizz, non alcoholic, whatever takes your fancy), we provide the wotsits and some cups. You have a great evening. It's deliberatly timed to allow people to come straight from work.
Wot you waiting for? #wineandwotsits