October 25, 2012

It’s like Internet Week New York with an accent.

Well, a different accent.

Actually, a bunch of different accents.

Maybe we should just start again....

This year we’re proud once again to sponsor Internet Week Europe in London on the 12 -16 of November. A mere three years old, and hundreds of individual events strong, IWE is a huge celebration of Europe’s best and brightest in digital.

We’re also ecstatic to be hosting a Portfolio Review Day at our London Vitamin T office from 1 to 5pm on 13 November. It’s free! Just register online to have experts get your portfolio up and running on all creative cylinders.

Even if you don’t stop by to get your portfolio reviewed, don’t miss out on the rest of the week. Since the majority of events are crowdsourced, events will be anywhere and everywhere, from conferences to parties and luncheon talks to networking breakfasts.

Check out the IWE calendar to sign up and get the ball rolling. Some events are free and others cost just a small entrance fee. But you’ll need to register to access everything you’ll need to get your learning on.

Don’t forget, our very own Digital Zookeeper will be covering events live, so don’t miss out on her enthralling commentary on @vitamintalent and Facebook.

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