The Tech For Good Summit London 2020

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After such success last year, The Tech For Good Summit is preparing a bigger and more spectacular event for 2020. This event is organized by Roar Media, which specializes in organizing tech events to celebrate the good uses of today’s modern technology. The aim is to share and develop ideas while building strong relationships among the like-minded.

It’s a well-known fact that there are people who will use digital technology just for their own personal gain. This conference turns the tables around and focuses on those who are using technology to make the world a better place. Attendees will learn about today’s biggest challenges and what is being actively done to transform our digital world.

This year’s topics and discussions will be centered on:

  • Positive Disruption
  • Corporate Responsibility
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Social Impact
  • Building Digital Solutions
  • Collaboration

What To Expect

This year’s speakers are still being lined up, but to give you an idea, here are some of the top speakers who inspired the attendees at the last event.

Bruce Daisley, Vice President, EMEA, Twitter

After working with Google, Bruce Daisley joined the Twitter team in 2011. Since 2013, he has been the managing director of operations at Twitter. His responsibilities include creating an advertising business for Twitter in the UK. His experience in business advertising with social media provided insights on how to take companies forward.

Polly Cook, Digital Transformation Program Manager (Former) British Red Cross

With such a rewarding job, Polly Cook provided information on how to raise money in the new digital world. She had excellent knowledge of how the world of charities is becoming more digital to keep up with the times.

Lara Burns, Chief Digital and Technology Officer, Age UK

Lara Burns is a key part of the organization for motivating and challenging her colleagues. She wants to see real and positive change. She shared her experiences from both the digital and charity sectors.

Helen Milner, Chief Executive Officer, Good Things Foundation

Another motivator within the organization, Helen Milner loves showing people how to get the most of the Internet. Her focus is on working with those in the local communities, allowing them to make great changes in their lives through the benefits of technology.

Danny Denhard, Head of Growth, Just Giving

Danny Denhard has 15 years of experience in marketing and now plays a role in the crowdfunding management team. His words of wisdom included growth-based marketing, SEO, Social media management, content marketing, and mobile app positioning. 

With such a wide range of knowledge, skills, and experience, there was something for everyone at the last event. Roar Media is making sure the 2020 event will be more inspiring and more informative.

Taking Part

If you are a business and you are looking to sponsor the event or become a partner, you can contact the event planners at [email protected].  You will be among companies like Tech Nation, Smiley Movement, DataArt, and Digital Agency Network. The great thing is that all the profits go towards a selected charity!

Tickets for the Tech For Good Summit 2020 are free. As you can imagine, they are now difficult to come by. That being said, it’s worth keeping an eye on the website for any changes and information about the dates.

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