Tech Wednesday

January 4, 2017      
April 19, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm UTC
Holt Street
Birmingham, B7 4BP
United Kingdom

Tech Wednesday is our monthly meet-up for the Technology and entrepreneur community within Birmingham.

Each month we also have ‘Show ‘n Tells’: a couple of tech start-ups/people with side projects from the region will be demoing their stuff to the group for feedback and discussion.  If you want to present, then get in touch!

We meet at 5.30 pm at Innovation Birmingham.  If you’re not sure where we are, then just ask at reception and a friendly face will point you in the right direction.  New faces always welcome.

For more details and to register, please visit the dedicated profile on meetup.com


5:30 – Registration (networking and drinks)

6.00 – Talks (Speakers to be announced)

7:00 – Pizza, Drinks and Networking

8:30 – Event Close

Two speakers announced!

Simon Kags

Simon is the co-founder of a fast growing UK based Ed-tech Startup Action Starter, who are based at the Innovation Campus in Birmingham UK. Simon has won multiple awards for entrepreneurship and technology and as CTO he is responsible for the development of Action Starter’ Family of Education Management Solutions namely HEIapply and EduAgent CRM. He is inspired by technology and it’s ability to change the world.

Actionstarter have been exporting (through the export support provided DIT) for the last 18 months. As a result of their international focus they have managed to secure national level contracts abroad for their software solution HEIapply.

John Griffiths

Technology Specialist who covers Thailand, Singapore, China and Malaysia. Specialties: Energy Efficient Buildings, Smart Cities, IOT, Communications, Datacenters, Data Analytics, Cloud Technologies, Telecare, Telehealth, eHealth, Assisted Living, and Social Care Integration.

John is just back from a trip to South East Asia and will talk about the opportunities for UK tech companies within the Internet of Things and Smart Cities. The session will include advice on the Asian market, how companies can get out there and what SMEs should work on to make the most of the opportunities.

Car Parking

We have a on site basement car park situated on Love Lane under Faraday Wharf. The rate for this is £2 after 5pm.

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