5 things we’re looking forward to in November

November calls for falling leaves, fireworks and apparently a national lockdown! But that won’t stop our AMBITIOUS team from making the most out of what online events have to offer. From enchanted Christmas trails, to technology festivals, here are the team with five things they are looking forward to in November…


“I’m looking forward to joining ‘The Future of UK Cities’ conference, run by EG. In particular to take part in the session on Bristol to hear views on what lies ahead for the city  – for property, the environment and the people.”


“It’s that time of year again! With December only one month away, I am excited to be working with Westonbirt, The National Arboretum once again to support the opening of their Enchanted Christmas Trail, this year’s theme being ‘Journey to the West Pole’.”


“I’m looking forward to attending Digital Gaggle on the 19th November. Last year I attended digital gaggle and I had a really great time. This year, there are whole new range of speakers that I’m excited to hear from; including Carrie Rose, Founder at Rise At Seven, who will be talking about building links that drive traffic and brand.”


“I’m really looking forward to the Bristol Technology Festival next week. With virtual sessions happening over the course of five days, this year the Festival will ask the question: what will the next decade see for the Bristol Tech Cluster and how can it help us to build back better from the current crisis? The first session I plan on attending is entitled ‘New Epoch, New Leader’ where Mark Pullen, CEO of one of our clients Xledger, will discuss how he’s managed to successfully grow and scale the business during the pandemic.”


“As a member of EVO Alpha, I’m looking forward to welcoming some newbies to our networking group on the 17th November. The organisers of EVO are hosting a free ‘open day meet’ for the Bristol & South West region, where attendees will get the opportunity to explore what the Alpha Network has to offer. Sign up here.


Are you looking forward to something we’ve missed? Let us know in the comments below, or connect with us on Twitter @Ambitiouspr.

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