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Next Meeting - Wednesday 15th Octoberber 2014

Townhouse Building   - TH 102,  Kingston University, Penrhyn Road, Kingston KT1 2EE  (parking available in front of the university), Penrhyn Road, Kingston KT1 2EE


 

 6.30 - 7.00

Registration / networking 

 7.00 - 7.45

Speaker to be announced

 7.45 - 8.05

Break for coffee / networking 


 

8.05 - 9.00

 Pitches from innovators seeking feedback


 9.00

Further networking at the Spring Grove public house, Bloomfield Road, KT1 2SF


any queries to Bob Lindsey on blindsey@thamesproductions.co.uk


Up-coming events in September:

 

Cafe Scientifique


Tuesday 30 September 2014

Time: 7.00pm - 10.00pm

Venue: Woody's, Ram Passage, Kingston

Price: free

Speaker: Ralf Kaiser – Computer Geek from the IT security and crypto community

The season starts again! Pop along to Woody's to Cafe Scientifique and enjoy the discussion over a drink. You don't need to be involved in science or technology to join us - just have an interest and open mind.

Next meeting: Tuesday 30 September 2014 @ 7pm
Where: Woody's, Ram Passage, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 1HH (http://www.woodyspubco.com)
Admission: Free
Who:
Ralf Kaiser - Computer Geek from the IT security and crypto community
What: ‘The Enigma Machine'

Computing expert Ralf will be joining us at Woody's to discuss the design of the Enigma Machine - how it works - and how it got broken!

What to expect...

A short informal talk to introduce the topic followed by questions, answers and general discussion. The evening is designed to appeal to anyone with an interest in science and technology - and takes place in surroundings where anyone can feel comfortable asking a question.

So, tell your friends, family and anyone else that springs to mind






http://www.kingston.ac.uk/events/item/1218/30-sep-2014-cafe-scientifique-tuesday-30-september-2014/

3C’s community

30th  September 2014


 A chance to sit in and observe three entrepreneurs practice their pitch for raising funding – see http://www.3cscommunity.com/Next_Meeting_41.html


 


 


 


 






 

 





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