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The Londoner's diary: 31 January – 5 February

by LLB Editor
30th Jan 12 1:53 pm

What to do in the capital this week, from a networking event in Mayfair to a holiday show featuring Sir Trevor McDonald

1. Why Tech? Why London? Why Now?: 31 January

London tech city

London tech city

This webinar discusses London’s burgeoning tech scene and how London is all set to take on the world with multimillion pound tech ventures.

Speakers include:

Eric Van Der Kleij, chief executive, Tech City Investment Organisation
Christian Kaul, managing director UK & Ireland, Airbnb, a recent investor in Tech City
Pru Ashby, senior business development manager, London & Partners

Event production show

2. The Event Production Show 2012: 1-2 February

Learn the tricks to put on a fabulous show to enthral your audience. With over 200 leading suppliers showcasing the most innovative event solutions, this event is a perfect opportunity to source the entertainment for your next event.


Guinea Grill

3. Business Junction Networking Lunch in Mayfair: 2 February

Turn up at Business Junction’s networking lunch to network with 30 business honchos. Taking place in the snazzy Mayfair restaurant The Guinea Grill, the networking event will have a facilitator on hand to help make introductions and follow-ups.

Travel show

4. Destinations, The Holiday & Travel Show: 2 – 5 February

From Abu Dhabhi to Tunisia, this show gives you a taster of what it is to holiday in the world’s most exotic locations. The show also promises a one-on-one interaction with travel connoisseurs like world-record breaking adventurer Dave Cornthwaite and BBC travel broadcaster Peter Snow. Also, Sir Trevor McDonald OBE, who nabbed the first British television interview with Nelson Mandela upon his release from prison and the only British television interview with Saddam Hussein, will disclose his tales of travel.

5. London Edge & London Central: 5 – 7 February

This alternative markets exhibition offers a melange of fashion, footwear, jewellery, giftware and so on. Some of the interesting categories of clothing on show include punk, rock, tattoo, underground, cyber, techno, glam rockheavy metal, festival ethnic, gothic and biker.

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