We couldn’t run Business of Software Conference without our wonderful supporters. Their support ensures we can focus on putting together a great schedule of interesting speakers, and help provide people who wouldn’t otherwise have been able to attend with Scholarship tickets.
Read on to find out who is supporting BoS Europe 2019, and how your company could get involved too.
Twilio is a cloud communications platform for software developers to build, scale and operate real-time communications in their software applications. Twilio powers the future of business communications, enabling phones, VoIP, and messaging to be embedded into web, desktop, and mobile software. They take care of the messy telecom hardware and expose a globally available cloud API so developers can interact with intelligent & complex communications systems.
Greg Baugues will be attending #BoS2019 on behalf of Twilio. Greg manages the Developer Community at Twilio, and remains the only speaker to have ever received a standing ovation at BoS. You can watch that talk on Developers, Entrepreneurs & Depression here.
Mills & Reeve is a leading technology law firm. They are the legal advisers behind some of the UK’s most exciting software businesses. Whether you are a software start-up looking for your first funding or about to sign a critical licensing or distribution deal, they can help guide you through the maze of legal issues, such as: funding and investment, securing your IP, creating robust IT contracts, and with online & cloud terms and policies.
With offices in London, Cambridge, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and Norwich, they would love to talk to software businesses at #BoS2019!
Central Working is the UK’s premier homegrown shared workspace provider transforming the way people work and companies grow. Catering for more than 3,500 businesses across eleven UK locations, we tap into today’s evolving working habits and recognise the importance of meaningful connections. Commercial property is changing and offices needn’t be as limiting as desks in a location.
With locations in London, Reading, Slough, Cambridge, Manchester, New York, Tel Aviv, Cape Town, and Mumbai, Central Working is the ideal place to house your startup.
The Bradfield Centre is a collaborative entrepreneurial community of technology startups and scale-ups in Cambridge, operated by Central Working. More than 80 high growth companies call our 40,000 sq/ft state of the art facilities home, we host hundreds of free to attend Tech events every year and have recently launched The Central Working Academy which offers high-quality training programs for scale-up leaders.
James Parton, Managing Director of The Bradfield Centre, will be at BoS Europe and will be keen to speak to anyone about scaling a tech business in Cambridge and how the Bradfield Centre can help.
Thanks to all our #BoS2019 Supporters, including the already announced Balsamiq, New Peak Partners, Draper Esprit, YouCanBook.Me & Software Promotions.
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