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REMIX London 2018 - Global Summit for Culture, Technology, Entrepreneurship - 18-19 January 2018

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Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 8:15 AM - Friday, January 19, 2018 at 6:00 PM (GMT)

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee VAT Quantity
Conference Ticket - Early Bird - SOLD OUT
Catering not included
Ended £325.00 £6.50 £66.30
Conference Ticket - Early Bird with lunch - SOLD OUT
This option includes lunch for the two days
Ended £375.00 £7.50 £76.50
Conference Ticket - Late Bird
Catering not included
Dec 12, 2017 £425.00 £8.50 £86.70
Conference Ticket - Late Bird with lunch
This option includes lunch for the two days
Dec 12, 2017 £475.00 £9.50 £96.90
Conference Ticket - Full Price
Catering not included
Not Started £495.00 £9.90 £100.98
Conference Ticket - Full Price with lunch
This option includes lunch for the two days
Not Started £545.00 £10.90 £111.18
Student Ticket (Please bring valid ID)
Catering not included
Jan 19, 2018 £150.00 £3.00 £30.60
Day 1 Only - Late Bird
Catering not included
Dec 12, 2017 £295.00 £5.90 £60.18
Day 1 Only - Late Bird with lunch Dec 12, 2017 £320.00 £6.40 £65.28
Day 2 Only - Late Bird
Catering not included
Dec 12, 2017 £295.00 £5.90 £60.18
Day 2 Only - Late Bird with lunch Dec 12, 2017 £320.00 £6.40 £65.28

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REMIX LONDON 2018: 18-19 JANUARY
GET YOUR TICKETS BEFORE THEY SELL OUT!

Our 2017 London Summit sold out in record time - long before the Early Bird deadline. Be sure to buy your tickets for 2018 well in advance to make sure you don't miss out, and SAVE UP TO £170 OFF a full price ticket!

We're back! Our previous REMIX London in 2017 sold out in just 5 weeks, so we're very excited to reveal our incredible line-up for our 2018 flagship European summit. It will take place on the set of the World Premiere of The Twilight Zone at the Almeida Theatre for Day 1 (18 Jan), and the Museum of London (Day 2, 19 Jan).

We're aiming to create even more new collaborations with networking opportunities throughout the summit as well as insights and inspiration from creative leaders, plus the opportunity for direct discussions with speakers in a more informal setting with 'Follow the Speaker'.

REMIX explores the intersection of culture, technology and entrepreneurship bringing together thought-leaders from across industries to tackle the big ideas shaping the future of culture, creative cities and creative entrepreneurship.

 

FIRST 30 SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED:

  • DAN SNOW - Historian, TV Presenter & Founder, History Hit on crowd-funding his new history TV channel
  • Maria Balshaw CBE - Director, TATE on the current state of the creative nation and her vision for Tate
  • Sir Tim Smit - Founder, EDEN PROJECT on his entrepreneurial journey to make big ideas and social innovation happen
  • Luke Johnson - Entrepreneur & Author (former Chair of CHANNEL 4)on the ingredients of success for aspiring entrepreneurs and innovators
  • Sharon Ament - Director, MUSEUM OF LONDON on leading the museum as it embarks on its £200 million relocation to Smithfield
  • Phil Edgar-Jones - Director, SKY ARTS on designing innovative arts programming and formats that can reach beyond existing arts converts
  • Myf Michaels - Chief Marketing Officer, WESTFIELD on designing the visitor experience
  • Mobbie Nasir - Chief Strategy Officer, WE ARE SOCIAL on responding to new trends in social media, including dark social and latest chat developments
  • Yasha Young - Director, URBAN NATION MUSEUM BERLIN on the 10-year path to launching a new museum for street art
  • Rupert Goold CBE - Artistic Director, ALMEIDA THEATRE on crafting engaging stories for your audience
  • Ekow Eshun - Creative Director, CALVERT JOURNAL on launching the online journal for the creative talent of the 'New East': a journey to brand a region from a small office in Shoreditch
  • Lucy Crompton Reid - CEO, WIKIMEDIA on the Case for Free, Open Content and Wiki-based projects
  • Rohan Silva - Co-Founder, SECOND HOME on supporting creative entrepreneurs, and where Second Home is heading next
  • Freya Murray - Program Manager, GOOGLE CULTURAL INSTITUTE on its latest programme developments
  • Kris Naudts - CEO, THECULTURETRIP.COM on curating for 9 million 'Culturally Curious' readers each month, and making it pay
  • Daniel Ravner - Founder, THEPERSPECTIVE.COM on escaping the social media filter bubble and new models for online content
  • Dan Kieran - CEO, UNBOUND on the democratisation of publishing
  • Ricardo van Loenon - CEO, B.AMSTERDAM, the biggest startup ecosystem in Europe, on supporting creative entrepreneurs
  • Florian Kaps - Founder, THE IMPOSSIBLE PROJECT / POLAROID ORIGINALS on rebooting heritage brands, millennial engagement and harnessing your community
  • Ros Lawler - Digital Director, TATE on creating a seamless visitor experience design across physical and digital touchpoints
  • Chris Michaels - Digital Director, NATIONAL GALLERY on digital business models
  • Dan Smith - BAFTA Winning Director & Creative Director, FACTORY 42 on latest trends in VR and mixed reality
  • Tim Powell - Producer, LOST PALACE on the secrets of engaging new audiences for Historic Royal Palaces
  • Henry Stuart - CEO, VISUALISE on mass adoption of VR
  • Andrew Humphries - Co-Founder, THE BAKERY (advisors to Unilever, Panasonic, Virgin and others) on managing internal innovation in large organisations
  • Dr Tim Minshall - Professor of Innovation, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY on the successful ingredients for internal innovation programmes
  • Mark Miller - Circuit Programme Lead, TATE on new opportunities for a creative education
  • David White - Head of Tech-Enhanced Learning, UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS on technology in the classroom
  • Stuart McLaughlin - EMEA Lead, GOOGLERSGIVE on achieving social outcomes and personal development through employee engagement

 

Find out more at www.remixsummits.com/ldn

If you need to pay by invoice, please select the quantity of tickets required above, then click 'Order Now' and on the next screen you'll see a Payment Method dropdown - select 'Pay by Invoice' when you complete the form and we'll send you an invoice by email within the next few days.

Please note all orders (including card payments) are automatically sent by email with a VAT receipt attached for your records.

 

Sessions for REMIX London 2018 include:

  • Cultural Organisations Reimagined
  • User Experience Design across Digital and Physical
  • Maintaining the Heart of the City
  • VR & Mixed Reality
  • Managing Internal Innovation & Intrapreneurship
  • Diversity in the Creative Sectors
  • Creative Education
  • New Opportunities in Social Media

TERMS & CONDITIONS

Please note that tickets are non-refundable but we will endeavour to transfer your ticket to a colleague or to a future REMIX event.

Have questions about REMIX London 2018 - Global Summit for Culture, Technology, Entrepreneurship - 18-19 January 2018? Contact REMIX Summits

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Day 1 (18 Jan) - Almeida Theatre, Almeida St, London N1 1TA
Day 2 (19 Jan) - Museum of London, 150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN

United Kingdom

Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 8:15 AM - Friday, January 19, 2018 at 6:00 PM (GMT)


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REMIX Summits

REMIX is a series of global summits on Culture, Technology & Entrepreneurship exploring the future of the creative and cultural industries.

Produced in partnership with our global partners Google and Bloomberg, REMIX tackles the big ideas shaping the future of the culture and creative industries and is attended by thousands of creative leaders worldwide.

They take place annually in London, NYC and Sydney with media partners including VICE, The Guardian and Time Out.

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