NICE WEDNESDAYS: Hobbies & Passions
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Here at It’s Nice That HQ we’ve been looking for an excuse to get together a whole heap of interesting people for regular meet-ups.
So for the first of our monthly events join us for some beers and snappy 10-minute talks. Each month the evening will be curated around a theme, and to start us off we’ve got a lovely bunch of speakers in the form of much-lauded illustrator Rob Ryan, the founders of Soho Warriors FC, Matthew and Chris Dent, artist-cum-illustrator Stevie Gee, Rapha's founder Simon Mottram, and Sharmadean Reid, entrepreneur and founder of WAH Nails.
As always, we've invited speakers from a range of different practices / backgrounds and they’ll be exploring their hobbies and passions, and looking at how these inspire, influence and inform their work.
Attendee speaker slot:
We’re also offering the chance for one attendee to have a platform and give a 3 minute talk. To apply to talk simply email firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, what you do and a short summary of your 3min talk - remember it should relate to the theme 'hobbies & passions'.
Big thanks to peas for supporting the event - the beers are on them. peas are a dedicated recruitment consultancy within the Design, Marketing and Advertising industries.
If you're interested in supporting Nice Wednesdays in future please get in touch - email@example.com
Terms and conditions: The programme may be subject to slight changes due to unforeseen speaker cancellations or illness. We will endeavour to find appropriate replacements.
Cancellation and Refund Policy: If you wish to cancel your ticket, you will need to contact us a minimum of 10 working days prior to the event. We will re-sell the ticket online but in the event that it is not re-sold we will charge a 50% cancellation fee. We regret that no refunds can be given to requests received less than 10 working days prior to the event. All cancellations must be made in writing.