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TechWest.London hosts an official London Tech Week event next Thursday, 14 June! Meet our speaker panel joining us at the CRL, Hayes

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Next Thursday, TechWest.London hosts an official London Tech Week Event... Be a part of it!
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For the second year in a row, TechWest.London is an official host of London Tech Week 2018 (11 - 17 June). We will hold an evening of networking and discussion on Thursday 14 June, focussing on clean tech businesses and how they respond to city challenges - A key driver for the new wave of tech companies in our area and tech SME's that will be founded in the years to come.

The evening will feature a panel discussion with input from:
Our venue will be West London’s innovative tech coworking space - the Central Research Laboratory, winner of Coworking Space of the Year at the West London Business Awards 2018. The CRL hosts an amazing group of entrepreneurs, makers, inventors & technologists who love to share what they know; in addition to the best open-access prototyping workshops in London.
 
It's easy to get there! Just 17 minutes by train on TFL Rail (Crossrail) from Ealing Broadway to Hayes and Harlington, then a simple 8 minute walk from Hayes and Harlington station to the Central Research Laboratory.
 
The London Tech Week festival brings together 55,000 attendees to enjoy hundreds of events taking place across the city. London Tech Week aims to attract visitors and engage organisations across ALL sectors of tech. There is something for everyone!
Be a part of London Tech Week and book your place now!
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