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Digerati Party: OMN London invites world leading digital marketers and tech industry professionals to its Digital Summer Party

OMN London, Europe’s largest digital marketing Meetup is inviting the city’s leading digital industry people to meet, mingle and mix it up on Thursday 18th September at its second annual Digital Summer Party.
The second annual event, held at the super cool Pennington Studios at the Tobacco Docks in East London, brings together London’s world-class digital and tech communities for an extravagant evening of entertainment, food, drink and music. Including a keynote speech from Jonathan MacDonald, well-known international speaker on digital transformation and Founder of the Thought Expansion Network (TEN).
  • The Digital Summer Party is a collaboration between OMN London, Search London, TechHub and various other independent digital organisations
  • The event is co-hosted by The Digital Marketing Show, DeepCrawl and Linkdex
  • A welcome addition to the second annual event is the OMN London Digital Growth Day held at TechHub @ Campus London
  • The Digital Growth Day invites start-ups and growth focused businesses to attend a day of free interactive workshops run by London’s leading marketers including the likes of Microsoft and MediaVision
  • For full details on the events, head to www.digitalsummerparty.co.uk
The Digital Growth Day is a free event; interested parties simply need to register their interest via the online application form. Tickets for the Digital Summer Party can be purchased through EventBrite for £35, or at a reduced price of £20 for OMN London members.
You can also check out the buzz around the event, and see the latest updates by following the #DigitalSummerParty hashtag.

Gus Ferguson, organiser of @OMNLDN commented:

“The Digital Summer Party and Digital Growth Day are not only created to bring London’s leading digital movers and shakers together, they are also one big celebration of living and working in London at the forefront of technological transformation that’s affecting every aspect of the world we live in.”
Gus continued: 
“I set up OMN London because I feel intensely grateful to be working in such an exciting industry in a diverse cultural hub like London, and I wanted to celebrate this with like-minded people. It’s a great opportunity to debate the big topics in digital marketing and be part of a passionate community”