Paul Sturgess

Web Meet Guildford is live

Last night saw the launch of the first Web Meet Guildford (WMG) held at the 3 Pigeon’s pub in Guildford and judging by the turnout, the general atmosphere and the positive reaction from Twitter I think we can consider the evening an outright success.

It was refreshing to see a real mixture of web professionals in attendance. From developers and designers to SEO gurus, project managers and social media experts.

We’ll certainly be organising another one; we’ll announce details of it here on our blog and on our Twitter account @kyanmedia.

Thanks to everyone that came along and we look forward to seeing you all at the next one.

 

Tags: wmg, twitter, meetup, guildford

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Gav
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Thanks to everyone for coming out last night, who knew we had such a fun, passionate, knowledgeable bunch of web folks right here on our doorstep.

Joanna
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Thanks for putting on a great night, met some lovely people, and very much looking forward to the next one!

Amit Kumar
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great...it was obvious a good night where developers, designers,SEO, project managers and social media experts all are in 1 roof...

just like a software company itself..

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