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Hacks/Hackers London: April meetup
Wed 26 April 2017, 18:30 – 21:00 BST
Tom Standage (@tomstandage), Deputy Editor, The Economist
Daniel Morrison (@danm___) Software Engineer for BBC News, Audience Engagement.
Rohan Jayasekera (@rohanjay), journalist, media rights activist and founder of Plug.Direct, a content optimisation app for independent platform publishers
Thanks to Bloomberg for hosting us and buying the booze!
What's the ticket release schedule?
Free tickets will be released on the following schedule:
First batch: Monday 10 April at 1pm
Second batch: Thursday 13 April at 1pm
Final batch and opening of waiting list: Tuesday 18 April at 1pm
Important: We need every person's individual name, which means you can't book a ticket for someone else (sorry!) This is for security at our venue. If two tickets are booked under the same name, we've set up a system where the duplicates will be automatically cancelled. Thanks for understanding!
We keep as many tickets free as possible but, if you want to skip straight into the event, you can purchase a supporter ticket too.
All proceeds get ploughed back into the event and – one day we hope – we might be able to raise enough to add more events to the list!
What is the ticket policy?
The Hacks/Hackers London ticket policy covers the sale and return of all ticket types, as well as the waiting list.
Are there ID requirements to enter the event?
Our venues require a guest list ahead of time with all attendee full names. If your name doesn't match the name on the guest list, we may request your ID to verify your name at the door.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
The organisers can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Tickets are not transferrable. If you'd like to cancel a free ticket, or request a refund for a paid ticket, please consult the ticket policy above, and then contact email@example.com.