What is an Unconference? An unconference is a loosely structured, participant-driven meeting. You decide what you want to talk and hear about and which topics you want to discuss. It starts with an empty schedule - no topics are mandated and no separations are made between speakers and the audience. All participants work out a schedule by suggesting, planning, holding, and evaluating sessions, collaboratively. We’re also excited to welcome a well-known keynote speaker to kick the day off. If you have not been to one of our unconferences before, they're basically the best event of the year. Above all else, it's great fun, whether you want to learn or share it's an awesome and safe space to do it in.
This is our first in-person Unconference since the pandemic and the first time we’ve done it on a Monday. We really hope that everyone will be keen to attend and find it convenient. However, if we haven’t had a workable number of people book by 21st November then we will cancel the event and either replace it with a virtual unconference or rebook for the new year. So please don’t delay!
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