Bringing the WIRED world to life

 

Back for a seventh time, WIRED’s annual festival at the Tobacco Dock on Shadwell on the 2nd and 3rd of November, three stops from Park Villa in Mile End, is on a mission to celebrate of world-changing ideas, new technology, future-thinking design and growing business trends.

Since our two-day flagship event launched in 2011, thousands of delegates have travelled from around the world to hear more than 300 influencers, activists, designers, business leaders and scientists share their compelling stories and ideas. Hundreds of exhibitors have engaged attendees with their fascinating, interactive technology in the Test Lab. And most importantly, you have the opportunity to network with an eclectic mix of entrepreneurs, senior-level executives, artists, musicians and technologists.

In the past, they have welcomed speakers including musician Will.i.am, recording artist Bjork, adventurer Bertrand Piccard, chef Heston Blumenthal, former President Obama’s CTO Megan Smith and many more.

Check out more details on http://wired.uk/wired-live and save 25% off when you book with Tobacco Dock’s code TD25 online at http://wired.uk/wiredlive-tickets.

Inspire the next generation

 

Perfect for school groups, parents and children, and associations looking for a field day for their teenagers, this event focuses on science, technology and more.

Now in its fifth year, the event return to London’s Tobacco Dock on the 4th of November with an incredible range of speakers – from artists and musicians merging creativity and technology, to coders and designers exploring new territory.

To complement the main speakers, there will also be more than a dozen hands-on workshops and a full day of interactivity in the WIRED Next Generation Test Lab, featuring the latest innovative exhibitions.

Spend the day with your family or school group, celebrating innovation and inspiring your kids to see their future in a different way.

Stay with us at Park Villa and enjoy this couple of great events!

Luis Villamor
Written by: Luis Villamor

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