|Sent on:||Tuesday, June 18, 2013 1:35 PM|
I'm going to tempt fate and say next Thursday's event at Cargo is going to be HOT!! So here's a quick reminder on why you should buy yourself a ticket and get to see some wonderful speakers and enjoy some cocktails and bbq on the terrace late into the night.
You can still buy tickets here, but we are unlikely to be selling these on the door so buy yours now to avoid missing out - http://www.meetup.com/gluglondon/events/121771442/
Speaking in the talks room we have (15 mins each so short and snappy):
Introduction by co-host Jenny Theolin
Founder, Soapbox & Sons
Founder, Studio Myerscough
Founder, Open Studio Club
Founder, Dutch Uncle
Jessica Dance & Robert Muller
Founders, Get Müllered & Dance
Founder, Creative Advice Network
Rik Lomas & Amelia Humfress
Plus in the rest of the venue we have Stalls and Pop ups to enjoy including the wonderful:
Paola & Stella
La Coppola makes organic, seasonal, artisan gelato as well as traditional Sicilian granita with locally sourced ingredients.
Graphic artist from London exhibiting prints.
Showcasing some of his illustration work as well as the interactive poster project - "Done"
The national NOISE charity increases the social and economical mobility of young talented people across the UK irrespective of their social and economic status, education or physical ability.
Scoopt is a way for friends to recommend great new places to each other. So you only see recommendations from people you trust. No random strangers’ reviews. And no ads.
A Graphic Designer who started Moha last year. Now sells on "Not On The High Street", and other outlets in Camden and the Isle of Wight.
As you can see there's quite a lot going on so don't miss out!
NB: Please note, for those of you that haven't been to a Glug @Cargo, the talks room can only hold 300 or so people so not everyone can get in at one time. That said if you're desperate to see them all it's first come first served, people will go in and out though throughout the evening.
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