We’re super excited to let you know that our first three speakers have been added to the website!
Hailing from three continents, our trio of top notch speakers are talking about how designers can be more involved in open source software, how to do internationalisation on the web effectively and how the tech industry can reduce it’s collective carbon footprint. Keep on reading to discover who they are……
If you want to join them on the #FutureSync20 stage, our CfP is currently open. Submissions are welcome from seasoned speakers and first time talkers alike. The Future Sync audience are a friendly bunch and will greet you with open arms.
Sales of Super Early Bird tickets started a few weeks ago and are nearly all gone. If you want to secure your place at next years event for a bargain price of £45, get your ticket asap.
This will be our last email before the Christmas break. The team here wish you a very Merry Christmas and hope that you don’t over indulge in mince pies, turkey and other festive favourites.
We know you probably will though :)
In the mean time, let’s meet our first three sponsors and the latest sponsor to join the Future Sync Conf.
Eli Schutze — Monzo
Originally from Nicaragua, Eli is a London-based web engineer, speaker and community organiser. She is currently helping make banking better for everyone at Monzo and occasionally helps teach underrepresented minorities to code.
When she’s not working you can probably find her at meetups, conferences or on Twitter.
Shodipo Ayomide — Cloudinary
Shodipo Ayomide is a Media Developer Expert at Cloudinary, based in Lagos, Nigeria.
Natalia is a web developer building hybrid mobile apps and websites at Elixel. With a passion for the environment, she’s not afraid to voice her opinions and advocate for climate change.
If she’s not coding or trying to fix the world, Natalia’s either exploring Cornwall with her whippet Dobby or in the gym trying to out lift everyone else.
Surevine — Scalable Collaboration Tools
Surevine builds secure, scalable collaboration solutions for the most security conscious organisations; joining people up and enabling collaboration on their most sensitive information.
Their systems are accredited to handle the most sensitive information, whilst still delivering an intuitive and engaging user experience which actively promotes participation; building smart, secure networks of connected people. Their own smart research, development and customer sponsored R&D into collaboration technology delivers constant innovation, building products born out of genuine user needs.
To date, the company has implemented over 100 collaboration projects for government and other organisations with the most demanding security requirements. Surevine’s secure collaboration technology is relied on by thousands of people around the world to securely share and collaborate on sensitive information.
Excitingly, Surevine are growing! If you’d like to work in an environment that expects creativity, is obsessive about innovation, and promotes remote working, then check out how you can apply at surevine.com/jobs or join the conversation on Twitter.
Buy Your Ticket
The last few Super Early Bird tickets are available now for just £45. You’ll get:
- Entry to the full day conference
- Over 200 attendees to meet and chat with
- Access to our exhibition space, where you can try some innovative and interactive demos from the region
- A sustainably sourced and super tasty lunch
- Drinks and nibbles during the breaks
- Entry to the after party to continue the conversation into the evening
- Plus plenty more…
All tickets are covered by a no fuss refund and exchange policy.
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