Along with some exciting new furniture arriving at the Boathouse and intensive dragon boat training, the EML Wildfire team has been attending some exciting networking and client events this month.
Max headed off to Google HQ on the 6th to a Google+ local event for a demo of the new G+ tool.
Max and Danny had lunch on the 8th with Milo Yiannopoulos, editor and chief at the Kernel and secured a mention in the Nutshell.
Max and Danny also attended Silicon Drinkabout later that day, the weekly drinks event for London’s start-up scene.
On the 12th Chris jetted off to Asia to run a press conference for Imagination Technologies in Taiwan. It was very successful attended by 13 of the top media in Taiwan.
On 12th Fiona & Hannah headed to the British Library to attend a PRCA event – ‘Technology Campaign Master Class’ looking at some of the best tech campaigns over the last few years.
Bemi and Max were at Pub Summit #LWS held at the Alchemist in Shoreditch on the 18th.
On the 19th, Andrew and Ellen headed to the TSMC Technology Symposium in Amsterdam
A number of the green team at EML Wildfire attended a PRCA talk with DECC and the EST regarding the Green Deal on the 20th.
Members of the EML Wildfire team attend the WAG on the 20th June: food and drinks with electronics journalists at the Goat Tavern in London
Team members who didn’t attend the WAG could be found at the Econsultancy summer party doing a bit of networking.
On the 21st Richard and Ben headed out to lunch with Michael Rundles the new tech editor of the Huffington Post to find out what the future editorial plans are.
On the 26th & 27th David headed to the Cambridge Future of International Wireless Conference attended by 400 CEOs
At lunchtime on the 26th, 10 members of the dragon boat team headed out onto the Thames to practice – they also won a mini race against some school children!
In the evening the EML Wildfire team helped run a PRCA tech journalism panel.
On the 27th Max attended and presented at the Microsoft “Ignite Talks”, whilst Ben and Ellie went along to the Turing Exhibition at the Science Museum