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BIMA Directors Dinner with Special Host Jeremy Silver

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Quo Vadis

26-29 Dean Street

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W1D 3LL

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“I made my membership fee back several times over, in networking alone, at my first BIMA Directors’ Dinner." - Pete Trainor, Founder & Director of Human Centred Design, Nexus CX

BIMA is giving our Directors Dinners a new lease of life in 2017 with special hosts to share their stories and insights with our guests. This dinner will see Dr Jeremy Silver ‎Chief Executive Officer at Digital Catapult deliver a short keynote alongside BIMA Council Chair Nadya Powell, Co-Founder of Utopia

These private dinners are designed for board directors of digital agencies in the UK. We figured that, although we're sometimes in competition with each other, there's a lot we can gain by being better connected with each other, too. Just a group of 10 or so people with shared interests and challenges, having an off-the-record chat in a private dining room with some delicious food.

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12 October, 7pm at Quo Vadis, Soho. Cost for the evening is £150 + VAT and includes a three-course meal, wine, pre-dinner drinks, tea/coffee and great company.

Please note places are limited, so book ASAP to avoid disappointment.

More about your host:

Dr Jeremy Silver is CEO of the Digital Catapult. He is an author and entrepreneur specialising in digital media, big data, music and the creative industries. He is a non-executive director of a number of early stage companies in music and media. He is a member of the UK Creative Industries Council and was Executive Chairman of Semetric Ltd (acquired by Apple), CEO of Sibelius Software (acquired by Avid) and Worldwide Vice-President of New Media for EMI Group in Los Angeles. He was an advisor to the founders of Shazam. He co-founded Uplister in San Francisco, which was the world’s first playlist-sharing music service. He is the author of an acclaimed book Digital Medieval: the first twenty years of music on the web – and the next twenty. His discussion paper Blockchain or Chaingang was published by CREATe at the University of Glasgow, where he is an Industry Fellow.

www.digicatapult.org.uk

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Any questions, please email trishelletailor@bima.co.uk

Please note: Cancellation later than 10 days before the event, will not be refunded or moved. If you would like to cancel sooner than 10 days prior, please email trishelletailor@bima.co.uk.

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