Paul Sturgess

Web Meet Guildford is on Thursday Nov 24th

The next Web Meet Guildford is almost upon us. Please come and join us to talk all things web from 6pm on Thursday 24th November at The Three Pigeons pub on Guildford High Street.

As ever we’ll have a tab running upstairs just for all the local web community to come and meet, socialise and network.

We’ve been running the event for over a year now, with an event every 3 months or so. It’s been great to see a real mix of people attending from developers and designers to games developers, project managers and social media experts.

Give us a shout on our @kyanmedia Twitter account or even better sign up on webmeetguildford.com if you’d like to let us know you’re coming.

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