Early Tech Career Network: Internet of Things (IoT)
SAVE THE DATE - Join us for a networking and seminar event through the Early Tech Career Network on Thursday 25 April.
The Early Tech Career Network was established by techUK to bring together leading technology companies and enable people entering the Technology industry the opportunity to build their knowledge and add value to the organisations for which they work. This group enables participants to connect with others who are also new to the industry and network to build up a platform for support.
Please join us for a networking and seminar event hosted at Intel Corporation.
Thursday 25 April 6:15pm – 8:00pm
Intel Offices, 40 Bank Street, Canary Wharf, E14 5NR
This insightful event will open up network opportunities with employees from some of the top tech organisations, as well as allow delegates to explore the possibilities of technology and learn more about topics in Internet of Things (IoT).
Following these discussions, Intel will provide a tour of their Innovation Zone to showcase some of their latest solutions along with a light buffet and lots of drinks to round the evening off. We welcome all who are interested in meeting with likeminded early tech professionals!
Great speakers to be confirmed soon - watch this space!
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