This article was originally posted on the Tech North website.
After eight years of inspiring conferences in Newcastle, Thinking Digital is coming to Manchester on 3 November 2015 to gather those curious about how technology is shaping our future.
In my opinion, everyone should experience Thinking Digital at least once which is why we’re giving 10 x budding bloggers, vloggers and podcasters the chance to join us there for free, as part of our ‘Tech North Street Team‘.
In return for a full conference pass, you’ll be our eyes and ears at the conference, helping to document some of the amazing talks and conversations that occur at the event for the rest of the world to see and hear too.
So, if you’re passionate about tech, digital and ideas with the potential to change the world, please email me at email@example.com by 3pm on Friday 16th October with your:
– name – telephone number – a link to the blog, podcast or video that you’re most proud of or which sums you up the best – a short summary of why you want to be part of the Tech North Street Team.
Thanks and good luck!
(Alternatively, if you’d just like to attend Thinking Digital as a normal delegate, get your ticket here).
Paul Lancaster Community Engagement & Partnerships Manager Tech North (part of Tech City UK) @lordlancaster
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