We’re offering complimentary ODI Membership. Sign-up before Friday 7 October, and you’ll be entered into a draw to win a ticket to the ODI Summit 2016 plus £200 (GBP) towards travel costs, worth £506.60 (GBP) in total.
Also, don’t forget that all ODI Members get 20% off tickets, too!
We’re entering a new era. It’s been 27 years since the World Wide Web was invented, and there are now more devices in the world than people. With this changing landscape, we’re having to get smarter and more innovative in how we connect with each other, our communities and our cities around the world.
If data infrastructure is as important to our infrastructure as roads, then the Open Data Institute is helping to lay the concrete. Join us on 1 November to hear inspiring stories from around the world on how people are innovating with the web of data, with presentations from diverse innovators – from startups to high-profile speakers such as Sir Tim Berners-Lee (creator of the World Wide Web), Sir Nigel Shadbolt (AI expert) and Martha Lane Fox (Lastminute.com founder).
We’ll be joined by governments, charities, banks, supermarkets and many more who are empowered by the web of data to become more open, more efficient and better connected.
The ODI Summit will be held at the BFI Southbank in London on 1 November. For more information, visit: http://theodi.org/summit/2016.
Full terms and conditions.
- Deadline for entries: midnight on Friday 7 October 2016
- Two entries will be drawn at random
- Two winners will be announced on Thursday 13 October 2016
- Prize includes entry to the ODI Summit 2016 plus a reimbursement of up to £200 (GBP) towards travel costs
- Winners are required to provide proof of travel in order to receive the reimbursement, of up to £200 (GBP)
- Entry to the the Pre-Summit Training Day and the ODI Awards are not included
- Full travel expenses and accommodation are not included
- Prize cannot be exchanged for cash
- Your data won’t be passed on to third parties
- Read our guide to handling personal data: http://theodi.org/guides/openness-principles-for-organisations-handling-personal-data