June Events for #EventProfs

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The weather may not be heating up, but the #EventProfs calendar sure is! June is full of networking opportunities and awesome conferences to keep you connected, informed, and most of all, in line with the fun times! Team Noodle will be out and about at loads of these events. If you see us, say Hi – and feel free to talk to us about our apps for events too. Have we missed a great event we should know about? Let us know @NoodleLive.

EWL London Mastermind Coffee Morning (June 1)
etc. Venues Victoria
Experience the legendary EWL campfire sessions at this popular networking breakfast. This month the group will be looking at marketing strategy and will be joined by ICE Awards Director Anita Howard.

TechsyTalk Live (June 2)
Convene, New York
The brilliant TechsyTalk blog comes to life for one day only in the heart of New York. This is one of the best event tech conferences out there. It’s designed for event organisers, by event organisers, so you can find everything you need to get to grips with apps for events and other great event tech. There will be speakers, networking opportunities and chances to try the tech products for yourself too.

Apple WWDC Conference (June 5-9)
All day
San Jose, California
Get your Geek on at the Apple developer conference. You may not have been afforded the honour of an invite, but you can still follow the latest news and headlines in the tech press, and right here, on the Noodle Live blog.

EventPlannersTalk (June 5, 12, 19, 26)
No need to leave the sofa for this digital event. Simply log in to Twitter any Monday evening and connect with other #EventProfs from the comfort of your own computer. Connect using the tag #EventPlannersTalk.

York Festival of Ideas (June 6-8)
All day
University of York
There’s something for everyone at this broad event. With talks, performances, exhibitions and activities, there’s a festival feel that is hard not to get swept up in. Get hands on with ‘science out of the lab’ or sit back and listen to experts as they discuss a range of topics, from race and racism in Britain to the designers of the future.

#EWLHour (June 7,14, 21, 28)
Another digital check-in that can be accessed from anywhere, this time from the networking experts over at EWL. There’s a new topic every week and everyone is welcome to join. This is a great opportunity to ask questions, meet fellow #EventProfs and hear from industry experts.

EWL North Mastermind Lunch (June 9)
Dive NQ, Manchester
EWL have now brought their legendary campfire networking sessions to the North of England with a networking lunch at the beautiful Dive NQ. Expect to meet industry peers, try fantastic food and drink and hear some great insights into industry themes and trends.

London Tech Week (12-16 June)
All day
Venues across London
A range of live events will pop up across the city to celebrate Tech Week. Learn about the latest innovations, make some great connections and try the latest tech products on the market.

Meeting Outlook: A Deep Dive (June 13)
Feeling left behind as new tech takes over the meetings industry? These one hour webinar will look at the latest Meetings Outlook research as published in The Meeting Professional and then discuss trends that are impacting the industry.

The Meetings Show (13-15 June)
All day
Olympia, West London
With over 700 exhibitors and 80 education sessions, this event is packed with ideas for #MeetingProfs, which is probably why it attracts more than 3,000 of them every year. Hear from venues, suppliers and mentors and leave feeling inspired and informed.

Internet of things Expo (13-15 June)
All day
ExCel, East London
June is a busy month for #EventProfs! If you’re not already at Olympia for The Meetings Show, head to ExCel to get up to date with the latest innovations using the Internet of Things. More than 300 exhibitors will be showing their work and you’ll get to try our loads of really innovative products too. Daily keynote sessions will give you great insight into IoT – the tech that could dramatically change the events industry over the next few years.

Taste of London (June 14-18)
All day
Regent’s Park, London
Need to get up to date with the latest food trends from the Capital? This is the place. Visit chefs, producers and restaurants as they show off their finest creations out in the fresh air of Regent’s Park.

Event Tech Labs Secret Summer BBQ (June 15)
Holborn, Central London
Celebrate London Tech Week and all things geek with a BBQ and a good old chin-wag with like-minded #EventProfs. Places are limited to those who work in the industry. And remember – shh, it’s a secret.

EWL London Mastermind Lunch (June 16)
etc. Venues 
One of the longest-running and best-loved networking events around. EWL have been welcoming #EventProfs to their campfire lunch sessions since 2015. There’s always a friendly and welcoming atmosphere as well as a chance to try some delicious food and visit a London venue. In April the group will be discussing great content as a way to engage delegates.

MPI World Education Congress (June 19-22)
All day
Las Vegas
With the tagline: ‘Stop planning meetings. Start designing experiences’, this event promises to provide inspiration and clarity in a rapidly changing industry. There’s a long line-up of speakers including Bruce Mau, Ron Tite and Dena Blizzard. Can’t make it to the event itself? Follow along on social media using the tag #WEC17. The closing night celebration features an appearance from Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.

Humidor (June 22)
The Skylight, Tobacco Dock
Join one of the event industries most informal networking events. Enjoy drink specials and meet leading names from the sector. No powerpoint presentations – guarateed!

Citizen Event (June 30)
Scarlet’s Bar, St Martin’s Lane
Citizen Event takes place on the last Friday of the month and is a relaxed and friendly networking event for event professionals. There are no presentations and powerpoint is banned, so you can get on with having a drink or a cup of tea and chatting to the team.

At Noodle Live, we make great apps for events as well as creating great event tech packages using RFID and NFC. Want to know more? Get in touch and we’ll set up a time to chat.