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Starting this month, Fora is beginning to curate the events that we think embody the Fora ethos and that our residents will enjoy. Apart from our own events (see below), here are the ones we think are worth your time, attention and in some cases, hard earned money. Let us know if you’re hosting an event or know of one that you think Residents and others will like here
Happening at Fora this month:
We have a busy events calendar every month – ask the concierge for more information or check out your newsletter, the digital screens and the posters for what’s on that week.
Make sure you don’t miss all the International Women’s Day fun – here’s the full list of events happening across the network for IWD19 and be sure to follow #FORAHER for insights, information and special offers.
8th March – ‘London’s Calling; Salesforce Community Conference‘
Find out from Salesforce… about Salesforce. Meet the people making the products and not cheerleading them. 30 sessions throughout the day on Admin and Developer topics, including amazing Keynote speakers and the people who are maximising Salesforce.
£89.99 – £149 / South Place
13th March – ‘Influencer Marketing Under One Roof 2019‘
With previous speakers from the likes of Instagram to Pinterest, this is the conference to attend if you want to find out what’s legal and what’s working in the world of influencers from the horse’s mouth.
£96.44 – £383.99 / King’s Cross
14th – 17th March – ‘The Other Art Fair’
With prices from the downright affordable to the obscene, The Other Art Fair is perfect for those who are starting out with a new abode or perhaps want to spruce up the office. Whatever the price tag, you are sure to find inspiration from the mesmerising likes of Lawrie Hutcheon, Victoria Topping and Anna-Louise Felstead to name but three of the 140 artists.
£8-25 / Brick Lane
20th March – ‘Rutger Bregman – How to Build a Better World‘
In conversation with Matthew D’Ancona, Davos upsetter, Rutger Bregman wants to share a big, bold vision of the future. Super smart, and controversial cookie, Bregman authored four books before he was 30 and ‘Utopia For Realists’ is a bestseller. Expect fireworks.
£35 (includes book) / Marsham Street (SW1)
March 25th – ‘How To Be Confident‘
Find out how to overcome imposter syndrome and master your emotions in this intensive course in confidence. Prepare to go deep and make new friends as you learn how to change things through your own agency.
£55 (includes drinks and appetisers) / Marchmont Street
26th March – ‘WIRED Health 2019‘
WIRED has been a bible for startups for decades, and the spin-off Health conference is a chance to mingle with editors, meet like-minded tech-heads and influential folks. The startup competition always sees a heated exchange with the potential to pitch to the entire delegation at the end of the conference. From the behavioural psychologist who worked with 10 Downing Street to the scientist who co-discovered the Ebola virus, come network and be inspired at the Francis Crick Institute.
£129 and up / Francis Crick Institute
27th March – ‘How to Achieve Lasting Success with Lewis Howes‘
New York Times bestseller, one of Obama’s top 100 entrepreneurs under 30 and super podcaster, Lewis Howes is huge in the US and advised billion-dollar brands on how to accelerate growth. Howes’ London stop is focusing on the person behind the business. If you’re not reaching your potential, come and find out how to change that.
£35 and up (includes book) / Marsham Street
March 28th – 31st – ‘London Coffee Festival‘
Caffeinated Londoners rejoice every March as the flagship event of UK Coffee Week returns to Brick Lane. From the Latte Art Live workshops to kitting out your home setup, enjoy all sides of glorious brown stuff in one place.
£16.50 (and up) / Brick Lane
March 29th – ‘V&A Lates – Copy + Paste’
V&A Lates’s theme this month is about humans and replication. Find out how this critical behaviour is being transformed by advances in technology and what the value of the authentic or the original is for society. From architecture to online identities, explore duplication in the digital age.
Free / Kensington
March 29th – ‘We Live in an Ocean of Air‘
There are limited times left for the immersive experience created by Marshmallow Laser Feast. Expect to be wowed as breath sensors, heart rate monitors, binaural sound, scent dispersal systems and wind machines all combine with VR to create a unique experience that ‘reveals the invisible but fundamental connections between the human and natural worlds through breath.’ Not to be missed.
£15 and up / Saatchi Gallery
LORCA Live! If security is your thing, you need to be in Stratford, March 14.
Remember: Hosting an event or know of one that you think Fora Residents and others will like? Let us know.