One -day event, taking place at a number of venues on Thursday, March 22, celebrates the best of the city region’s ‘innovators, inventors, makers and creators’ and features a number of expert speakers
Liverpool’s annual digital industries showcase, Binary Festival, is a sellout, organiser say.
The one -day event, taking place at a number of venues on Thursday, March 22, celebrates the best of the city region’s “innovators, inventors, makers and creators” and features a number of expert speakers.
Delegates who are attending from across the UK will meet in the morning to hear keynotes at the newly launched Hinterlands – a flexible and blank canvas event space for the creative and digital communities nestled in the Cains Brewery Village.
Speaking will be some of the region’s most creative leaders in their field: Andy Kent, chief executive of Angel Solutions and Amanda Follit, founder of TH_NK Live alongside science and computing experts Sarah Wiseman and Emer Maguire.
The festival, supported by principal partners Bruntwood, Baltic Creative and Liverpool City Council, will encourage delegates to explore the Baltic Triangle area by hosting a shared lunch at Baltic Market.
They will then move on to various gatherings across the city where Liverpool based companies are showcasing their work.
Mando Agency is moderating a session, hosted by BIMA, which will be a discussion around artificial intelligence and is just one of the highlights of the day.
Mark Lawler, managing director for Baltic Creative CIC said: “We hope to see individuals and businesses, not only from Liverpool but from across the North West, descending on our city to come together, share stories, talk about all things tech and get inspired.”
For a full list of speakers and gatherings go to www.binaryfestival.com