The fourth DO SMITH event is this coming Wednesday (29 February 2012) and will be a different format to previous events. Rather than a hands-on session working on solving problems in a single social enterprise, this will be an informal evening where we’ll explain a little about our activities and goals so people can form a view on how they may be able to contribute. There’ll be plenty to eat and drink and, based on previous events, it will be an enjoyable few hours with like-minded business owners and social entrepreneurs.
We look forward to welcoming the following entrepreneurs:
Richard Arnott from Service Junkie
Kevin Broadley from Beef, ’Digital thinking and doing’.
Chris Brooker from iM Service Design.
Ed Brown and Griff Holland, co-owners of Friska Food.
Nick Ellis, Vern Edmonds and Rich Henderson from Halo Media.
Kate Gover from Lahloo Tea.
Ian Grimley from Roxburgh Milkins.
Mike Harvey from Amalgam, the model making group.
Glynn Hayward from Complete Control.
James Hutchins from James Chocolates.
Pete Kane from BD Consultancy.
Rob Law from Magmatic and Trunki.
Melissa Kidd from Coaching Creatives.
Sam Kotadia from Mindsport.
Sam Lacey from Gravity.
Clare Lindstrand from Dept. 707.
Ian Colquhoun from GDS.
Tony Marwick from Oakwood Design.
Matthew Morris from Desynit.
Mark Panay from Simpleweb.
Ian Robson from Robson Dowry.
Ian Rummels from PES.
Jonathan Salisbury from 100% Cotton.
John Spencer from The Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company.
Tom Barnes from Barnes Graham.
Damian Connop from Goram and Vincent.
Gildas Jones from Dial a Geek.
Nic Price from People Thinking.
Rob Buckland from Bristol Business News.
From the social enterprise world we have:
Mike and Liz Zeidler from Happy City.
Ben Hilton and Kirsten van den Hout from SOFA Project.
Elaine Flint and Julie Ellison, social enterprise experts from Social Enterprise Works.
Finally the team from DO SMITH who have helped to put it all together:
Alison Larkman, founder of Internal Workings.
Mick Dickinson from Buzzed Up.
James Lott from Working Knowledge.
Anna Clark and Stephanie Muir from Brandon Hill Communications
and last but not least Steve King and Antony Clark from F-works.
If you’d like to attend the next DO SMITH in April or have any questions please get in touch – email@example.com