I was lucky enough to get a free ticket to this Sundayâ€™s Travelling Geeks even on Sunday 5th July in London. My travel arrangements are all falling in to place and then, the good folk at Firefly Comms (Mike in particular!) agreed to let me offer a FREE ticket on my blog. Ok, so at Â£20, the tickets arenâ€™t exactly expensive, but free is free right?!
To enter the competition, all you need to do is:
1. Leave a comment in the comments below
2. RT the competition on Twitter.
3. Be available to attend the event this Sunday, 5th July.
For those that havenâ€™t heard of Travelling Geeks:
The mission of Travelling Geeks is to collaborate with technology innovators and influencers in various regions of the world, then share what weâ€™ve learned through blogging, video, podcasts, social media tools and meet-ups.
Our hope is that we can inform, educate and connect on behalf of innovators who are changing the world with like-minded people on the planet. Trips are funded by sponsorships from corporations and governments.
The idea behind the UK trip is:
to spotlight innovative uses of new technologies in Great Britain, especially by little-known companies or in new initiatives, and how those innovations may improve peopleâ€™s lives. Bloggers will explore how edge innovation and thought leadership in Great Britain compare with whatâ€™s taking place in Silicon Valley
Ohâ€¦and check out who the Travelling Geeks are:
- Robert Scoblw, @scobleizer
- Craig Newmark, @craignewmark
- Sarah Lacy, @sarahcuda
- Howard Reingold, @hrheingold
- Meghan Asha, @meghan
- JD Lasica, @jdlasica
- Tom Foremski, @tomforemski
- Sarah Austen, @pop17
- Susan Bratton, @susanbratton
- Jeff Saperstein, Creatingregionalwealth.com
- Renee Blodgett, @MagicSauceMedia
- Jim "Call Me Sky" Schuyler, @jimsky7
Tjis is going to be a seriously well-attended event, but all you need to do is 1 or 2 above and Iâ€™ll announce the winner on Friday (your name will be on the door so you donâ€™t need to worry about tickets etc.)