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Price: £4.00 /per person
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Hello everyone!

Important: just a heads up - it's now £4 (with the additional £1 going into the kitty for the next // TODO Conf)

Please join us at Funding Circle (https://goo.gl/maps/coJzkaPBDvA2) on Wednesday the 13th of March for another // TODO meet-up!

18:30: Doors Open (with food and drinks served)
19:00: Intro
19:05: Kesang Ball & Sam Blenkinsopp (Trippin World) - Trippin World
19:15: Break
19:25: Srdjan Miletic (The App Business) - 10 obvious things we get wrong about recruitment
19:45: Break
19:55: Corey Leigh Latislaw (The App Business) - The Art of Intentionality
20:15: Outro
20:30ish Social - The Sea Horse, 64, Queen Victoria St, London, EC4N 4SJ

Kesang Ball & Sam Blenkinsopp - Trippin World
Kesang Ball is the Head of Product and Co-Founder of Trippin' World. She and her co-founder will be sharing the story of how they created Trippin World.

"A new app designed to help millennials and Gen-Zers travel in the way they want to travel. It's the brainchild of DJ, singer and songwriter Yasmin Shahmir, app developer member Kesang Ball and Sam Blenkinsopp - an experienced marketing exec who cut his teeth at adidas." - Refinery29

Srdjan Miletic - 10 obvious things we get wrong about recruitment
Screening candidates is one of the most important things we do. A few top tier firms do it right. Most of us don't. Without a standardised process, a high bar, clear criteria and a turnaround time of under a week you won't get the people you want. This talk is about a few of the common, obvious mistake many firms make, why they're bad and what you should do instead.

Corey Leigh Latislaw - The Art of Intentionality
Are you living your life on auto pilot? This talk will help you break the pattern and give you a framework for being intentional in your life, your career, and the cultures that you help build.

Note: We understand that some people have other commitments, and cannot spend the whole evening with us. Because of this we start early, try to run very close to time, and we do not take questions after the talks. This allows everyone to benefit from the main part of the evening, and then, if you are able, you can join us after for the social where hopefully some, or all, of the speakers will be on hand. We think this makes // TODO more inclusive, but if you think we can do better, do let us know.

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