ShropGeek Rebellion - 5th December in the Alb

Monday 5th December in the Alb - 6.30 till late! Free tickets.

We’ve invited some of the digital industries leading talent from both Shropshire and further afield to come along, share skills and present earth-shattering ideas.

There will be four speakers and five minutes at the end of the evening to give you opportunity to share any news or announcements you have. What more could you want?

So why not come along and join us, listen to some inspiring talks, spark your creativity and chat with like-minded people over a beer or maybe even a cocktail or two.

This event will be perfect for anyone that runs a business or freelances within the technology / creative / digital / marketing industries.

Our Rebellion #14 headliners include:

James Arthur - James is Co-founder and CTO of Opendesk and previously Co-Founder of WikiHouse and

Phil Nolan - from Lloyds Banking group speaking about Blockchain (the technology behind bitcoin) and it's potential to disrupt the financial sector.

Dale Shepherd - Dale is the manager of Shropshire Council's Digital Services (AKA Project WIP), and a ShropGeek regular. When he's not doing either of those, he can be found at home.

Aaron Child - Aaron is a film maker based in Shrewsbury. He specialises in creative marketing and has made over 100 films for businesses based around Shrewsbury in the last 3 years. His next goal is to buy a VW van, convert it into a travelling office, get a pug (named Diego), and travel Europe making films.

Shropshire has a huge digital / creative industry and there are very few events in the county that directly cater for those involved. This event promises to be a fantastic evening combining talks from some of the most innovative thinkers and doers.

Tickets are free of charge. The doors open at 6.30pm with the first speaker starting at 7pm. Spaces are limited so book now to avoid disappointment.

For full details of the event and to book tickets please visit the website.


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