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BIMA Breakfast Bites go live

Posted by admin August 2, 2007
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This is it, our long awaited Breakfast Bites are here. We can now confirm our inaugural gathering in London village.

What are the benefits?

  • Education. If your a stake holder within the Interactive industry, such as a client, technology provider, agency or freelancer, we will help you better understand the new tools and techniques that become available in the Interactive world we live in. That is, ‘how do you make money from this stuff?’ and ‘how do you raise the profile of our brand?’
  • Networking. Each event will facilitate easy networking with people you may wish to do business with.
  • Intruders.tv will be following the series so you can go back to the discussion as and when you want to. They will also capture interviews with the cool and creative, so this is a unique opportunity to get noticed.

Our first ’series’ will focus on Web 2.0. Our invited experts will talk about how to embrace Web 2.0 so that you can better understand what it means for you and your business.

The series is broken into 3 episodes so that you can digest each bite and then put it into practice before attending the next.

First up with his ‘10 Top Tips‘ is Steve Clayton. Steve is CTO of Microsoft’s UK Partner Group and is in fact, a member of the BIMA Executive team. Steve will cover blogging and how Microsoft uses it in the real world. We’ll provide more information when Steve stops… eh, blogging! :)

Quite a few people have already tried to register for this event so I highly recommend registering now to avoid disappointment!

When
21st September 2007, 08:00 – 10:00

Where
Roof Deck Bar – Soho House Private Members’ Club

How much
Members = £23.50 [Register], Non-Members = £52.83 [Register]

Visit the BIMA Web site to register or read more about Steve.

[Update] I should have added that there are 50 tickets available.

Comments
  1. On August 7th, 2007, aido said...

    Looking forward to it

  2. On August 7th, 2007, BIMA Blog » Breakfast Bites: what to expect said...

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  3. On August 8th, 2007, Paul Walsh said...

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  4. On August 8th, 2007, MSDN Blog Postings » Breakfast Bites - Sept 21st in London said...

    [...] be giving the inaugural BIMA Breakfast Bites talk on Sept 21st at Soho House and hope to see you there – I mean, Soho House *must* do great [...]

  5. On August 8th, 2007, Breakfast Bites - Sept 21st in London - Noticias externas said...

    [...] be giving the inaugural BIMA Breakfast Bites talk on Sept 21st at Soho House and hope to see you there – I mean, Soho House *must* do great [...]

  6. On August 14th, 2007, New Media Knowledge » Blog Archive » Blogs for Breakfast said...

    [...] The British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) launches a new series of events for digital industry players and followers with its BIMA Breakfast Bitesspot. [...]

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