Hipsters, Hackers & Hustlers Recommended Events Week Commencing 30th Jan 2017 – Smart Cities, Marketing & Culture!

One month in and 2017 is already refreshing us in parts that other years (we’re talking about you, 2016!) have simply been unable to reach.

But there can be no let up! Sure, you may have many things planned this week that you feel will make the next 168 (or whatever is left by the time you read this) hours whistle by like jolly cockney workers, but before you close the calendar on another week, you should consider these 6 gems.

IoT for the smart home, online marketing, dining with an ecommerce legend and more – in your HHH recommended events for the week!


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Startupbootcamp Smart City & Living program FastTrack day – 31st Jan Rainmaking Loft

It’s all about smart-living this week – the Startupbootcamp Smart City & Living program is looking to scout the best talent for its latest cohort and is inviting you to come and find out what the program is all about.

You will get an exclusive glimpse inside the program, the chance to see numerous startup pitches and feedback from mentors – or enter as a start-up for a chance to win a place on the program – you can apply here

 


 

Smart Cities 2017 – 1st & 2nd Feb – Stamford Bridge, London

The rise of the Smart City – there are already hundreds under construction all over the world, from Kochi India, to Malta, to China but many of the best features are being designed and built right here in the UK

That’s why anyone who wants to know what is in store for British homes over the next decade should head on down to Stamford Bridge for at least one of the two days, entitled, “Secure Cities”, and “Urban Innovation”.

From the practical side of creating networks and services around the home, to the environmental, social and financial implications, and to understand how your company should respond to these sweeping changes, and with hundreds of speakers covering a range of key topics, Smart Cities Expo is well worth a look.


 

Table Crowd Dine With Feel Unique –  1st Feb – Aubaine Restaurant, West End

FeelUnique is one of Europe’s largest online beauty retailers, shipping 12k items per day to more than 100 countries, and its founder, Aaron Chatterley will be sharing the secrets of his success with a lucky few diners on Wednesday night at Aubaine. Fans of fash-tech and founders running ecommerce businesses who want to learn how to attract the top brands should book their tickets.


 

The Five Stages of Business Growth – 2nd Feb – Launch 22

Let Launch 22 explain why 90% of new businesses fail and just 10% survive – and the stick around for a five-part course that will take from idea to reality, and help you build the business of your dreams. It’s not impossible, its just very, very hard – but a whole lot easier if you learn from experienced mentors in a friendly, convivial atmosphere like Launch 22, on Corsham street, right next door to WeWork.


Digital Marketing Bootcamp – 3rd Feb, General Assembly

Mastering digital marketing will “help you grow your business, your skill set and your career” says Jill Quick, who runs this data-driven online marketing course aimed at anyone who wants to drive more traffic, leads and customers for their businesses.


Collecting Europe Festival – 3rd February – The V&A Museum

It’s been a long week and you deserve some entertainment – but knowing you, if you’re in London you’ll want to explore those cultural and artistic avenues you didn’t have time to get to during the week.

So head down to the V&A café (making sure you register with the London European Club first on Friday at 6pm for a jorney 2,000 years into the future, thanks to the Goethe Institute and the V&A, who have commissioned twelve international artists to imagine what Europe might look like in two millennia’s time.

Music will play throughout the evening and drinks will be available, and with topics ranging from Brexit to European design culture this could be perfect way to wind down from the week with, or wind up, some new friends.



 


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Have a happy hustlin’ week

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