BIMA SXSW Hair of the Dog | London

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Get the best out of Austin Texas right here in London with our SXSW Hair of the Dog. 

This April we have partnered with DigitasLBi to bring you our annual SXSW re-cap. 

Join us and a great panel of speakers, as we bring the key trends, talks and topics from the festival to the streets of Shoreditch, pecha kucha-style. Our SXSW Hair of the Dog wouldn’t be complete without an alcoholic beverage or two, so following the talks we will dive straight into drinks. 

As ever, BIMA meet ups aim to foster engaging conversations across the digital spectrum – bringing together agency CEOs and brands with industry newbies and everyone in between. 

If you work in digital, we’d love you to join us!


Moderator: Simon Gill, Chief Creative Officer UK & Mena, DigitasLBi
Jonathan Akwue, CEO, Lost Boys
Neil Dawson, Senior Experience Designer, AnalogFolk
Nadya Powell, Managing Director, Sunshine
Lawrence Weber, Managing Partner, Karmarama
Sean Singleton, Managing Director, Digital Annexe
Adam Graham, Partner,
Emily Scoggins, Senior Brand Manager, New Look
Jess Rowley, Managing Director, Techdept
Adriana Coppola, Digital Strategist, SapientNitro

If you’re heading to SXSW and would like to be added to the line-up, please contact 

Event Timings: 
18:15 – Doors Open 
18:45 – SXSW Talks Start 
20:00 – Talks end
20:00 til late – Drinks

Keep in touch on Twitter @BIMA and under #BIMASXSW
Contact for more info

Sponsored by: 

Propeller PR

About our wonderful sponsors: 

Propeller PR specialises in building the profile and profit of businesses operating in the media, advertising, marketing and technology sectors. We help clients grow by making their products, people and ideas famous through strategic media relations, content creation, networking and events.

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Thu, 14 Apr 2016
18:15 - 22:15


Digitas LBi,

146 Brick Lane, London, E1 6RU


BIMA is Britain’s digital community.

Our mission is to drive innovation and excellence across the digital industry. We are the connectors, thought leaders, champions and change makers determining the shape of Britain’s digital economy.

Our strength is in our structure. We are powerful because our members make us so. BIMA councils set the agenda in digital hubs around the country and our Think Tanks aid industry leaders and practitioners to fuel the future. Our communities underpin everything that we do.

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