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  • June 19

    Tech Fest 2015

    19th June 2015 | London

    Information Technology Computing Internet

    Tech Fest 2015 more

  • June 19

    2015 UCL Neuroscience Symposium

    19th June 2015 | Institute of Education, London

    Education

    The symposium will be a great opportunity to find out more about the latest research in neuroscience at UCL. With over 800 UCL Neuroscientists expected to attend, delegates will have the chance to create new cross-disciplinary links and foster collaboration between basic and clinical researchers. more

  • June 19

    The British Franchise Exhibition

    19th - 20th June 2015 | EventCity, Manchester

    Other

    With over 500,000 Brits now employed in franchising across the UK and an industry turnover amounting to £13.7 billion*, there has never been a better time to adopt one of the UK's most successful business models. Discover how you can be your own boss with the support of an established brand at The British Franchise Exhibition on 19 & 20 June, EventCity, Manchester more

  • June 19

    Legal Education and Access to Justice

    19th - 21st June 2015 | Nottingham

    Education

    Legal Education and Access to Justice more

  • June 19

    Manchester Midnight Walk

    19th - 20th June 2015 | Manchester Central Convention Complex, Manchester

    Charity Non-profit, Health and Beauty

    The Manchester Midnight Walk is back for 2015 and is set to be even bigger and better than before! Join us for this fantastic night out with a difference, and help raise vital funds for your local hospice. more

  • June 19

    June Music Happening

    19th June 2015 | Leyden Gallery, London

    Art Music Culture and Entertainment

    You are invited to join us for the Leyden Gallery June Music Happening Friday 19 June 6.45 - 9.00 pm more

  • June 19

    The Autism Show

    19th - 20th June 2015 | NEC, Birmingham

    Education, Health and Beauty, Medical Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals

    The Autism Show is the national event for autism, offering practical support to the two million people in the UK who live and work with autism on a daily basis. Taking place for the first time at the NEC Birmingham, the event provides parents, carers and professionals across the midlands with the latest information, advice, products and services on the condition. more

  • June 19

    CEF Live

    19th June 2015 | NEC, Birmingham

    Business Employment Banking Legal HR, Electronics

    City Electrical Factors Limited are hosting their first wholesale electrical trade show. The event will be held in Hall 9 at the NEC, Birmingham on Friday 19th June 2015. The event will host more than 40 industry leading manufacturers, with product learning seminars by industry experts as well as innovative product launches. In addition there will be exclusive one day only special product offers, with the opportunity to take advantage of these when signed up to CEF’s industry leading B2B website. CEF are also offering great raffle prizes including the chance to win a van for 18 months, complete with your own Company logo. more

  • June 18

    London Build 2015

    18th - 19th June 2015 | O2, London, London, UK

    Building Construction and Architecture

    London Build 2015 is the leading new construction exhibition to focus on the construction boom in London and the South of England. The event will take place at the O2 London, accommodating 200+ international exhibitors and thousands of quality attendees showcasing the latest projects, developments, investment and opportunities in and around the Capital. more

  • June 18

    Core CPD Update Birmingham

    18th June 2015 | NEC, Bickenhill, Birmingham

    Medical Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals

    Core CPD Update Birmingham more

  • June 18

    Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair

    18th - 28th June 2015 | Olympia National, London

    Art Exhibition, Antiques

    The 2015 edition of Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair will run at the later date of 18 – 28 June. This significant date change coincides with a host of other important cultural events situated in the heart of London, consolidating the capital’s influential position as the hub of the global art world during late June and allowing a greater number of visitors to enjoy the fair. more

  • June 18

    The 8th International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development

    18th - 19th June 2015 | Sheffield

    Business Employment Banking Legal HR

    The 8th International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development more

  • June 18

    Reconstructing Ssocial Ttheory, History and Practice

    18th - 19th June 2015 | Cambridge

    Other

    With regard to developments in social theory, the past 30 years can be characterized as an Age of Deconstruction. Inspired by post-structuralism, postmodernism, critical theory, and science studies... more

  • June 18

    Politicization of Competition Policy: Myth or Reality?

    18th June 2015 | London

    Other

    Politicization of Competition Policy: Myth or Reality? more

  • June 18

    15th European Conference on eGovernment – ECEG 2015

    18th - 19th June 2015 | Portsmouth

    Government

    15th European Conference on eGovernment – ECEG 2015 more

  • June 18

    Artistic Interventions in the Virtual Space

    18th - 19th June 2015 | Birmingham

    Art Music Culture and Entertainment

    Artistic Interventions in the Virtual Space more

  • June 18

    Moving Pictures and Photoplays: New Perspectives in Silent Cinema

    18th - 19th June 2015 | York

    Art Music Culture and Entertainment

    Moving Pictures and Photoplays: New Perspectives in Silent Cinema more

  • June 18

    Visualising the Animal

    18th - 19th June 2015 | Carlisle

    Animals and Veterinary

    Visualising the Animal more

  • June 18

    Trafficking, Smuggling, and Illicit Migration in Historical Perspective - 2 day conference

    18th - 20th June 2015 | Room B04 43 Gordon Square, London

    Education

    Human trafficking, human smuggling, and illicit migration are some of the most politically volatile and pressing issues in the present day. They are also the subject of a growing amount of sociological, criminological, and historical research. This combined conference and workshop aims to bring together the growing number of scholars who are currently working on the histories of trafficking, smuggling, and illicit and sexual migration from all regions in the modern period. In particular, it aims to critically engage with the concept of sexual trafficking in the past by exploring the way in which it was entangled with labour and with migration more broadly. more

  • June 18

    Translation as Collaboration: Translaboration

    18th June 2015 | University Of Westminster, London

    Education

    'Translation' has become a widely used metaphor within and across disciplines to describe the processes by which knowledge is generated, shared and applied. 'Collaboration', as an allied and equally widely applied notion, raises questions of power, degrees of equality of participation and mutuality of influence as intrinsic values of practice. more

  • June 18

    20th Annual Employee Engagement Conference

    18th June 2015 | 8 Northumberland Avenue, London

    Business Employment Banking Legal HR

    This year we’ll be celebrating 20 years of bringing HR, change, communication and research professionals together to discuss the latest industry trends and the most innovative research approaches. more

  • June 18

    FutureComms15 - The PR and Comms Event of the Year

    18th June 2015 | The Crystal, London

    Business Employment Banking Legal HR

    he evolution of PR & Comms is picking up speed. With content marketers taking centre stage in the digital world, what place is left for PR professionals? Is PR actually dead? Do PR pros need to turn into content marketers? Or will content marketers slowly take on all PR tasks and duties? Following last year’s acclaimed event, FutureComms15’s one-day conference delves into the PR/content divide to unveil the future of PR and communications. more

  • June 18

    Plymouth Hub: Developing Compassion from the Inside Out - Dr Mary Welford

    18th June 2015 | The Treasury, Plymouth

    Education

    Dr Mary Welford is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist working throughout the UK. She is a founding member and Chair of the Compassionate Mind Foundation. Working with a range of people on an individual and group basis, Mary is particularly interested in the application of Compassion Focused Therapy across the spectrum of human experiences, from anxiety and depression to psychosis and personality difficulties. She is the author of “The Compassionate Mind Approach to Building Your Self Confidence”. more

  • June 17

    STEP Birmingham Branch June Meeting

    17th June 2015 | SGH Martineau LLP, Birmingham

    Business Employment Banking Legal HR

    STEP Birmingham Branch June Meeting more

  • June 17

    Annual Conference of the National HIV Nurses Association

    17th - 19th June 2015 | Leeds

    Business Employment Banking Legal HR

    Annual Conference of the National HIV Nurses Association more