July Meetup: NSPCC, Voiceflow, SPIXII & VOICE Summit recap!

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1 Clere St

1 Clere St · London

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1-15 Clere Street, Sign in at TechHub Reception.

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Hello Chatbot and Voice fans,

We hope you can all make our July meetup!

Our Speakers:

Andrew Lawrence - Co-founder and COO at Voiceflow - Voiceflow is a voice design and prototyping tool which currently powers 6% of all Alexa skills in the world. Andrew will be calling in to discuss how the company has grown and developed and their plans for the future.

Louise Corden - Louise oversees all new technology used at leading children's charity NSPCC. She designed the NSPCC Alexa skill, which was the first in UK to accept donations and uses a catchy song and voice game to help protect children from sexual abuse. Louise will be discussing how voice tech can be used for good.

Katy Bass - Katy is the Founder & CEO of Altavox - a conversation design studio based in Manchester. Previously she was a Digital Consultant at Code Computerlove, making digital experiences for brands including Co-op, Subway, Missguided, Chester Zoo, ASDA, and Cancer Research UK. Hot off the press, she'll be sharing her highlights and insights from this year's VOICE Summit - the world's largest voice event.

Matteo Schgör - UX & UI Designer at Spixii - Spixii helps insurers design and implement white-label chatbot solutions. Matteo will be exploring how to build sustainable chatbot conversations.

If you'd like to speak at a future meetup, please fill in the form below:

https://goo.gl/forms/c4zFPwm4tdx4n7JY2

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Our Sponsors

GreenShoot Labs builds enterprise scale chatbots using its open source conversation management platform - https://opendialog.ai/

Find out more at https://www.greenshootlabs.com/ including our latest vacancies.

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Sponsored by Martin Hennessey, founder of The Writer: the world's largest strategic language consultancy.

Find out more at http://www.thewriter.com/

Thanks,

Carl