I arrived at a recent networking event in London, known as “Digital Sizzle,” which was buzzing with activity. I looked around and wondered how this group came to fruition. Seriously, how do you get 300+ people — most who do not know each other — into a room together on a promise of free beer and BBQ? Read More »
I have written before about the proliferation of Video and how this has arrived in a big way; people everywhere are watching more video online. They can choose when they watch their favourite TV shows, whether that is through their set-top box or web based players, such as the BBC iPlayer.
Consumers are producers as well – they’re making videos and sharing them faster than we can watch them. Video applications are also being adopted in the business world at an accelerated rate.
As an example, employee training is being conducted via VoD (Video on Demand) and company-wide communications can be easily recorded and distributed for team members to watch when they are able.
Since my first involvement with the ever growing East London Tech City, I’ve noticed that the social interaction is creating an electric atmosphere in Shoreditch. The lively restaurant and bar scene is also fuelling a vibrant business networking environment. Tech-centric events are happening around the area — including the Silicon Roundabout Meet Up, the Mini Bar Meet and the Silicon-Drink-About.
One of the Co-Working spaces that have been a haven for me is the TechHub facility. I have participated in a number of events, including their Tech Tuesdays and their 1st Birthday party – both of which orientated around beer, pizza and tech dialogue. I know what you’re thinking; we British really do enjoy a good pint.