London’s Hottest Tech Events In June Not To Miss!

The London tech scene is BUZZING right now with amazing new apps and start-ups popping up all over the city. If you are an entrepreneur, have your own start-up, looking to partner with start-ups or you are an investor, then you will not want to miss these 5 upcoming tech events in June!

Founder’s Club @ Home House
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Tue 2 June. £11.17. Home House, 21 Portman Square, W1H  6LW

Occupying a terrace of Georgian townhouses in elegant Portman Square in the heart of London, Home House is one of London’s most exclusive private members’ club. Tonight, the venue is throwing their first Founders Club evening, where start-up founders, professionals offering services to start-ups and angel investors, mentors and venture capitalists will all be in attendance.

Attendees working for startups looking to hire consultants or staff for specific projects, as well as angel investors, or VC firms looking to invest in suitable venture will be able to pitch for 45 seconds each during the evening.

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How to Start and Run a Successful Restaurant or Coffee Bar

Fri 12 June. £79. Hospitality House, 11-59 High Road, N1 8AB

Before embarking on your journey of establishing a food and drink business, come along to this event so you can equip yourself with all the essential knowledge you need to know in order to run a successful operation.

Topics that will be covered on the day include: how to come up with your start-up idea, market research tips, how to generate a plan, legal requirements, apps and technologies amongst many more!

This course will give entrepreneurs the essential knowledge needed to set up their own food business or restaurant/coffee bar from the idea all the way to its implementation.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Fashion Tech
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Mon 5 June. FREE. Mornington Crescent, NW1 2JA

Fashion tech is an incredibly exciting field with e-commerce sites, apps and wearables completely changing the way we shop.

Code First: Girls in partnership with ASOS, one of the largest British online fashion and beauty stores, are bringing together a panel of leading retail tech businesses and professionals from across the industry to give an insight into the challenges of entering this innovative, fast-paced industry. You’ll get to hear their expert advice, get industry insights as well as a chance to quiz the panel on their top tips for success.

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Power Series: Starting, Running and Growing a Successful Technology Business
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Tues 16 June. FREE. O2 Think Big Hub, 16 Hoxton Square, N1 6NT

In the middle of London Technology Week, Generation Success are bringing together a panel of leading entrepreneurs within the stem field to discuss the many ways of creating a viable technology business.

Speakers include:

Andy Doe- COO of the Naxos Group

Fraser Harper- Founder of Egistics

Richard Newton- An author and entrepreneur who has written two best selling books, including the Little Book of Thinking Big.

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Who Moved My Plate: Food Tech Series Part 1
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Tues 23 June. £16.51. Rainmaking Loft, International House, 1 St Katherine’s Way, E1W 1UN

Come along to learn from the innovators – the start-ups that are changing the playing field. You will also get to hear from the VCs investing in this space about what sort of start-ups they are looking for and find out where the investors & VCs see the growth.

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