Do as Matt Booth does, the web designer come event organiser who upon feeling a bit left out in the cold and wanting to talk to others about his design practice decided to set up a regular event where web workers like himself could meet, talk and disucss the erudite matters pertaining to web design.
If your looking to find out what events are taking place in the Liverpool Digital scene then there is no better place to look than the Liverpool Digital events Calendar. This is a collaborative calendar for tech, geek and cross over events and is open for everyone to contribute to. So ifyou think you have an event that would fit into this calendar or would appeal to the Liverpool digital community then drop us a lnie and we can let you contribute to it - details below. It will be of special interest if you are organising a special event for the Interntional Festival for Business in 2014
If your turning over a new leaf in 2014, maybe you're starting on a new career direction or have just decided that you need to get out more as working at home is driving your mad then this creative digital coworking space is ideal for you. Jelly Liverpool takes place once a month at Leaf Cafe on Bold Street Liverpool and has about 40 freelancers and project managers turn up to talk, share and work.
The 2014 theme will be "Home & Away" celebrating people living and working in Liverpool today as well as our 'expatriates' doing great things further afield.
Behind the big movies are the effects wizards and LJMU Screen School Christmas Symposium will be examining 'Visual Effects in Games, TV and Film' in this free one day event on 11th December.
Basecamp Liverpool and Open Labs are staging an a new networking event for businesses at Baltic Creative Campus on .
Liverpool skills swap aims to assist businesses to access resources they currently do not have or cannot afford, address a current skills gap, solve an existing problem, raise their company profile, gain access to industry contacts; access business support in areas such as accountancy, marketing, legal etc or access specific industry support in design, gaming etc.
NB - This event has been postponed
Don't get too excited with the laser refence - you won't be building Star Wars light Sabres, this is practical stuff for designers and start-ups wanting to find out how laser cutting could help them get their product our there fast. The course is led by Def-Proc Engineering at Does Liverpool - the home of laser cutting in Liverpool