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    1. Ping Pong Tournament: Qualification Round



      The team at ThirdEye, a Seedcamp and Campus startup, is hosting a doubles ping-pong tournament open to everyone in the building! All skill levels are welcome. The tournament will be held in 2 stages: the Qualification Round (on Thursday, 22 June) and the Final Round (on Friday, 23 June). Sign up to compete with a partner or be matched with someone from the Campus community at random. 

      This is a great chance to have some fun and meet other Campus London members!
      Event location

      Main Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Community-run event
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    2. Campus Startup School

      Campus Residency: Taster Session

      We are welcoming all Campus Residency applicants to come and meet with alumni of the program.
      Join, ask all your questions and learn whether the program is for you.

      Campus Residency is our 6-month growth program for high-potential startups that offers personalized support and unique access to Google resources, experts, and global connections.

      We're seeking startups that are using Machine Learning to tackle big, global challenges. 

      Applications are live and the program begins in September: https://goo.gl/ozSeL7

      Applications for this program are open until Tuesday 4th July.
      Event location

      3rd Floor Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • Campus Startup School
      • A Campus-run event
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    3. Big Data London 9.0

      Join Dataconomy for an evening of exciting talks from Data Science Industry leaders and experts, followed by enough time for a few beers, pizza and networking. The event starts with a introduction talk by Maya Lumbroso, Head of Events at Dataconomy Media. Followed by Ronan Corkery, kdb+ developer at Kx Systems talking about “Kdb+: How Wall Street Tech can Speed up the World". Second talk by Kai Wähner, Technology Evangelist at Confluent on "Development of Scalable Machine Learning Microservices with Apache Kafka Streams and H2O.ai"
      Event location

      Main Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Community-run event
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    1. Campus Mentoring

      Campus Mentoring: Improve Your Business/Team/Pitch [Intermediate]

      Each week, we bring Google experts for 30 minute one-to-one mentoring sessions. This week, join our Google mentors to learn more about business, team and pitch. This session is designed for entrepreneurs who have a little experience in those topics. All business, team and pitch aspects covered.

      Please sign up for a session in advance as this is one of our most popular offerings.

      We’ll send you an email to confirm your slot. If you don't hear from us, it means that the session is already fully booked. If you missed the window, do check back as we host Campus Mentoring every Friday!

      Event location

      Cafe

      Event language

      English

      • Campus Mentoring
      • A Campus-run event
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    2. Global AI Hackathon



      The first ever Global Hackathon series is kicking off with Artificial Intelligence. Whether you are an expert or a newbie in AI, we welcome you to join this event and work with your local innovator community to prototype and find solutions to real-world problems.

      Everyone is invited: developers, designers, data experts, entrepreneurs, and individuals with great ideas. Specific challenges are announced at the beginning of the hackathon. 

      Cities involved are San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Munich, Paris, London, Tel Aviv, Shanghai, Berlin.
      Event location

      Main Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Community-run event
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    3. Ping Pong Tournament: Final Round



      The team at ThirdEye, a Seedcamp and Campus startup, is hosting a doubles ping-pong tournament open to everyone in the building! All skill levels are welcome. The tournament will take place over 2 stages: the Qualification Round (on Thursday, 22 June) and the Final Round (on Friday, 23 June). 

      If you'd like to compete in the Qualification Round on Thursday, 22 June, sign up here. Top teams from the Qualification Round will advance to the Final Round on Friday. Everyone from the Campus community is invited to watch the Finals on Friday (even if you didn't compete!) - this is a great chance to cheer on your peers and meet some new people. Snacks will be provided.
       
      Event location

      Main Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Community-run event
    1. Campus Community: Meditation

      Start the week right with a meditation session led by entrepreneur Serena Lee. We know the impact that mental and physical wellness have on our productivity and, mindful of the pressures of working in tech, Serena's lunchtime session, supported by Campus London, helps busy founders recharge and step back from the distractions of modern life.
      Movement Meditation is designed to help you focus, relax and learn to build reflective practice into your week.
      Through breath techniques and coming into ideal poses for meditation*, we'll be bringing the body and mind together into stillness to begin the week with fresh concentration and a renewed sense of clarity.

      *Bring comfortable trousers if possible, but not compulsory.
      Event location

      3rd Floor Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Campus-run event
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    2. Campus Meetups

      Campus Meetup: New Members

      Come by our gathering of new members to meet friendly faces and learn how to get involved at Campus. Whether you’re brand new here, just curious about doing more, or recently joined TechHub or Seedcamp, you're welcome to join. We host this meetup twice a month.

      Event location

      3rd Floor Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • Campus Meetups
      • A Campus-run event
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    3. Break Into Product Management



      Whether they’re developing their own product or working within a larger organisation, product managers work with key stakeholders, designers, and developers to ensure that the final product meets both customer and business objectives. In this talk, we'll discuss the product management landscape, what the PM role entails, who makes a good PM, and how to transition into the field. Learn how people land jobs as product managers, walk away with practical tips on moving into product management, and understand what it is like to be interviewed for the role.
      Event location

      Main Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Community-run event
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    1. How to Build Successful Product Teams



      Martin Eriksson, co-author of Product Leadership, the founder of ProductTank, co-founder of Mind the Product, and 20+ year product management veteran will share great insights on how to  ​Building Kick-Ass Product Teams. He has been interviewing 100+ product leaders from across the world to write a book on Product Leadership. His talk is followed by a panel discussion including all three authors and select local product leaders. 

      Who is this event for?
      Founders, CEOs, CTOs, and senior product leaders who want to learn more about what it takes to build product teams and set them up for success.
      Event location

      Main Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Community-run event
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    2. Meet the Disruptors in Hospitality Tech


      Meet the innovative minds behind the companies that disrupted the hospitality industry! Learn from successful founders, investors and hospitality experts on the panel - how they scaled their companies while disrupting a fragmented market, that was not especially known to be tech-savvy. Join us for an evening of knowledge sharing and networking!

      The event is organized by the METRO Accelerator for Hospitality, powered by Techstars - a highly selective mentorship program for tech startups across the entire value chain of Hospitality.

      Note for startups: One-on-one meetings with the Techstars team will be held before the event. If you're interested in meeting with the team, please request a slot HERE.

      More information on the speakers on the Eventbrite page. 

      Event location

      3rd Floor Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Community-run event
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    1. Campus Host Education session



      Congratulations! You are a Campus Host!
          Come and join other amazing hosts for a 30 minute session to introduce you to the space and learn the dos and don'ts of running an event at Campus London.

      Please note that this session is only for confirmed events, visible on the Campus London website.
      Event location

      Main Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Campus-run event
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    2. Campus Community: Yoga

      Enliven your week with a Wednesday yoga session led by entrepreneur Serena Lee. We know the impact that mental and physical wellness have on our productivity and, mindful of the pressures of working in tech, Serena's running a lunchtime session, supported by Campus London, to help busy founders recharge and step back from the distractions of modern life. This yoga class is designed to help you align the body with the breath, using physical movement to ground yourself and create headspace through spine-focused poses. Yoga at Campus is suitable for all abilities, with modifications available for those brand new to the practice and/or those with injuries*.

      Bring clothes suitable for movement/exercise.
      *Please make any injuries/medical conditions known to the trainer at the start of class, and only begin exercise programs with clearance from your GP.
      Event location

      3rd Floor Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Campus-run event
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    3. Campus Presents

      Campus Presents: Demis Hassabis

      Demis Hassabis is the founder and CEO of DeepMind, a neuroscience-inspired AI company, bought by Google in Jan 2014 in their largest European acquisition to date. He leads projects including the development of AlphaGo, the first program to ever beat a professional player at the game of Go.
      Event location

      Main Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • Campus Presents
      • A Campus-run event
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    1. GDG Cloud London



      General Monthly Meetup of GDG Cloud London for June 2017. You must have an RSVP for entry and is first come first served. Speakers to be announced.
      Event location

      Main Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Community-run event
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    2. FutureGirlCorp: Creating a company operating system



      How you do things internally reflects on your team's output. Laying the groundwork for a smooth running operating system can be crucial to getting things done. We discuss everything from goal setting, what collaboration tools to use, team away days, to methods of communication and performance reviews. Our panel share their techniques for managing their employees effectively no matter what size of the company.

      The theme of the evening will be discussed by the panel and will be chaired by Sharmadean Reid, owner and founder of WAH London.

      Panel discussion (1 hour)
      Audience question (30 mins)
      Networking (30 mins)
      Event location

      3rd Floor Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Community-run event
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    1. Campus Mentoring

      Campus Mentoring: Get Your Business/Team/Pitch Started [Beginner]

      Each week, we bring Google experts for 30 minute one-to-one mentoring sessions. This week, join our Google mentors to learn more about business, team and pitch. This session is designed for entrepreneurs who have a some experience in those topics. All business, team and pitch aspects covered.

      Please sign up for a session in advance as this is one of our most popular offerings.

      We’ll send you an email to confirm your slot. If you don't hear from us, it means that the session is already fully booked. If you missed the window, do check back as we host Campus Mentoring every Friday!

      Event location

      Cafe

      Event language

      English

      • Campus Mentoring
      • A Campus-run event
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    2. Our Robotic Future



      For digital and robotic entrepreneurs, this event covers the challenges faced once funding for your start-up or idea has been obtained. 

      Seasoned experts in the field will talk about their experience in the trenches and look at the challenges faced on their journey to designing and marketing a successful idea from conception to finished product.
      The speakers will discuss their experience of being funded via the following routes:
      • An Innovate UK project
      • Kickstarter
      • Crowd-funding
      • Other forms of funding
      Event location

      Main Event Space

      Event language

      English

      • A Community-run event
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