Silicon Milkroundabout talks are in partnership with Kingfisher plc. An international home improvement company with over 1,500 stores, supported by a team of 80,000 colleagues. They believe a better world starts with better homes. They help make better homes accessible for everyone.
We are thrilled to have the legend that is Meri Williams present a talk on Practical Diversity. Meri has led teams ranging in size from 30 to 300, in a range of organisations from Procter & Gamble, to the Government Digital Service, award-winning online print company MOO mobile-first challenger bank Monzo and patient-inspired AI-driven rare disease treatment discovery company Healx, amongst others.
AFTERLIFE is a sustainability startup helping companies and event organisers to upcycle event waste into awesome merch and design goods for their teams, partners and friends. They will be running a workshop throughout the event where you can upcycle your old materials.
Dom's Subs may be relatively new to London's sandwich game having only opened on Hackney Road in 2020 but they made a big impact with their house-baked semolina sub rolls stuffed with epic fillings. Skip the queues going around the block from their shop and get your fix at SMR.
As well as water points for you to fill up your bottles around the venue we will also be providing water from the charity Frankwater. Frankwater's vision is of a global water system where everyone, everywhere can access safe drinking water, toilets and good hygiene.
The Tech Bae platforms is an award nominated platform that aims to redefine what the tech industry looks like. By creating events, workshops and opportunities The Tech Bae platforms focuses on those most under represented groups in the industry specifically black women and those who have no prior experience in tech.
While today there is a choice of providers, the reality is that most are just selling access to the same underlying fibre network. At Vorboss, they realised that the only way to deliver truly exceptional, business-class internet and connectivity was to build their own fibre network, with their own people to their own standards. So that's what they did.