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Upcoming UK conferences

Eleven upcoming digital workplace / design / business conferences coming up in London.

When I think about intranet conferences, I think about more than intranets. I think about employee engagement, internal communications, productivity, and new ways of working within the digital workplace.

I’ve had the privilege to speak at several conferences across northern Europe, but I happen to have created Intranet Now in the UK. So how’s your conference diary shaping up?

 

Interact’s Interaction conference – 17 September

intranetconference.com

£250 +VAT

 

Gartner Digital Workplace Summit – 21 & 22 September

gartner.com/events/emea/digital-workplace

£1809 (approx.) + VAT or £1425 (approx.) + VAT for public sector

 

Dare conference – 28 September

2015.dareconf.com/london

£500 + VAT (probably £100 discount available somehow)

 

Intranet NowIntranet Now – 13 October

intranetnow.co.uk

Early standard (still available) £145 + VAT

Standard £160 + VAT (Group discount available)

 

CIPR Inside conference – 13 October

ciprinside.co.uk/conferences/

Range of ticket prices, especially for members, £190 + VAT to £440 + VAT

 

Enterprise Search Europe – 20 & 21 October

enterprisesearcheurope.com/2015/

£410 + VAT (some discount available)

 

Melcrum communications summit – 21 & 22 October

melcrum.com/summit-2015

£1,295 + VAT

 

Interact UX – 20 & 21 October

2015.interactconf.com

£254.90 + VAT

 

Enterprise Digital Summit – 22 October

enterprise-digital.net/london

Early-bird £590 + VAT

 

SMILE (Social Media In the Large Enterprise) – 9 November

simply-goodadvice.com/smile-sub/smilenovember2015.htm

£345 + VAT (Group discounts available)

 

Intra.Net Reloaded – 9 & 10 November

intranet-reloaded-london.com/

£1895 + VAT

 

Yeah; I say ‘UK conferences’, but these are all in London. Hit me up if you know any others I should add to this list. Let us know in the comments if you’re speaking at any of these conferences.

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