Shropshire's Web Conference - 5 Reasons to Come

This September, 250 people from just about every sort of digital job will join us in the 'Shire for a world-class, full-day web conference. Entrepreneurs, professionals and geeks of every description will share what makes things faster, stronger, and better in the town of Darwin's birth. This is the (R)Evolution's 5th year, and we're proud to say:

It keeps getting better!

Our speakers represent many digital disciplines – from design and user experience, to strategy and production. Each one brings years of experience and will share their unique perspective.

We have always been a friendly conference, because we started (and continue!) as a gathering of like-minded digital professionals over beer and discussion. There's a lot to fit into a single day, but we always make room for discussion and questions.

If you've not got a ticket yet here are five reasons you should come:

1. Nine awesome speakers from the web industry

Covering a range of inspiring topics from interface design to digital democracy coming from organisations including Adobe & the Office of National Statistics.

2. A great new venue

We're moving this year into the heart of Shrewsbury to the Theatre Severn. It's bigger, closer to the train station, hotels & our after party venue, speaking of which....

3. An awesome after party

Our after partys have hit the legendary status and this year will be no different. We're at the same venue, though it has a new name (Riverbank) and there will be a lot of cocktails long into the early hours of the morning.

4. A great place to meet like minded people

We all know what it's like to be in an office all day, the ShropGeek conference is a great way to get out and meet other people in the industry.

5. It's our last one

We're going out with a bang, we've had a great run but have decided to take a break next year.

Revolution conference takes place on Friday September 25th 2015 at The Walker Theatre, Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury

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