London Silicon Roundabout Weekly Roundup 17-June

Weekly Newsletter of London Silicon Roundabout

ISSUE 17 JUNE 2011

 

RECENT EVENTS

London Silicon Roundabout June Meetup (PHOTOS)

For those who were not able to join us during the June Meetup, we have posted presentation videos of Conjure, HulloMail and Turned On Digital.


UPCOMING EVENTS

What: London Silicon Roundabout July Meetup: Gaming to Gamification

When: July 7, 2011 (Thursday) 6:00 – 9:30 P.M.

Where: Innovation Warehouse – 1 East Poultry, 1st Floor, London EC1A 9PT

                MORE DETAILS / RSVP HERE

20-June: Central Saint Martins MA Innovation Management: Create Destroy Innovate

21-June: HydraHack 0.4

22-June: The Guardian’s Activate Summit 2011

23-June: Create11

23-June: AppsJunction Monthly Meetup

24-June: Computing At School Conference 2011

24-June: ORG Reconnect

05-July: Intel AppUp Application Lab: MeeGo

IN THE NEWS

After London’s Silicon Roundabout … Newcastle the new Silicon City? – June 16, 2011

IN MARCH, the UK editor of The Next Web – a popular technology blog with global reach and appeal – wrote the following: “Mention the UK technology start-up scene to anyone outside the country and they’ll probably think of London’s vibrant scene around the Old Street roundabout, or maybe clusters in places like Cambridge, or at a push the North East of England around Newcastle.”

Prince William and Kate Middleton support the London Silicon Roundabout – June 15, 2011

Prince William and Kate Middleton will travel light on their first official tour – taking an entourage of seven people on their North America trip.

Huddle throws down the gauntlet to SharePoint – June 15, 2011

In the late 1980s, Fortune magazine ran an article headlined, “Software catches the team spirit”. It pictured a real estate agent using a “computer terminal” to open building plans from a CD, then sharing those plans and a “video tour” with a client in another time-zone. Thanks to the ability to share information, he makes the sale.

London, Paris lure technology investors from U.S. – June 14, 2011

Laurel Bowden, a partner at Facebook Inc. investor Greylock Partners, has been working out of London from a rented desk for more than two years.

London’s Silicon Roundabout from a New York state of mind – June 13, 2011

We may live in a globally connected world, where we’re just an email, Skype call or Follow away from a brilliant introduction. But it’s tricky going to bed at midnight in London when Silicon Valley is still in the office and happy hour in New York is just getting started.

 

READING / VIEWING

Groupthink and Funding by Seth Godin – Startups, London

Brainstorming for New Startup Ideas: A Framework to Spur Creative Thinking For Entrepreneurs

Cash is King: 8 tips for Optimizing your Startup Financing Strategy – For Entrepreneurs

[Video] Startup Advice: Inside Tips From Expert Entrepreneurs – Mashable

 

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