Tweet Roundup: #Eventprofs on Twitter
Happy Monday event profs! We’ve got a great selection of tweets for you in this week’s Tweet roundup, picked out by our social media manager whilst on his travels into the virtual world of events. From London Christmas party venues and event industry events to watch out for next year, to catching up with the adventures of our exclusive acts, we’ve got everything you need to start your week off on the right foot!
1) Christmas Party Fever
It’s hard to believe that we’re now in November (where is this year going?) but it does mean that if you haven’t already you need to start planning your corporate Christmas party sharpish! We love this list of Christmas party venues in London - the perfect match to our article on Christmas Party Ideas: London. Don’t put it off any longer, get planning!
— MGN events (@MGNevents) November 4, 2016
2) Lionel Messi in 5 Minutes
Our exclusive speed painter Dave has once again outdone himself with a fantastic speed painting of Argentinian football player Lionel Messi after he won his 500th club goal playing as a forward for Barcelona on Sunday! Pretty impressive!
— Dave Sharp's Art (@DaveSharpsArt) November 3, 2016
3) Black Hat Europe
Black Hat Europe took place at the Business Design Centre in London last week (1 - 4 November). A global information security event series - if you use technology in your business (who doesn’t?), then Black Hat’s series of events are revenant to you!
— Wasserman X (@WassermanX) November 3, 2016
4) Independant Games
You might not know that our exclusive digital magician Tom London is also a computer programmer and loves creating all of his own digital tricks, apps and games from scratch. Follow him if you want to hear of the latest app gaming developments as well as digital magic!
— Tom London (@TomLondonMagic) November 2, 2016
5) AEO Forums
Taking place at the Business Design Centre in London on 21st January 2017, AEO Forums is a business networking opportunity for event industry professionals in marketing, ops and sales with the aim of helping event professionals in these roles discover what will have an impact on events (and their roles) in the coming year! Definitely one to start planning for.
— AEO (@aeonews) November 4, 2016