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ABP and Pontaq open first-ever dedicated UK India tech hub at Royal Albert Dock LondonBlog, 16 May 2019
Royal Albert Dock (RAD) has launched as the UK India Tech Hub – a designated space for technology firms from India and the UK.
Event: 11 – 12 Jun 2019
UK Asia Tech Powerhouse ConferenceEvent
The only conference and showcase during London Tech Week that brings together investors, innovators, start-ups and tech giants with a specific focus on the UK’s links with Asia.
Event: 13 Jun 2019
RAD London Site Tours with FarrellsEvent
Book your space on a guided tour with Farrells, who designed the masterplan for the development to hear about the design process of this brand new waterside development and dynamic commercial district.
Event: 21 Jun 2019
Working with light and air – Alan Parkinson, Architects of AirEvent
Join Alan Parkinson, founder and designer of Architects of Air, on Friday 21 June at 5.30 pm for a talk inside one of Alan's dazzling, immersive architectural installations - DAEDALUM, presented as part of the Greenwich+Docklands International Festival.
Event: 21 – 23 Jun 2019
DAEDALUM: Architects of AirEvent
Lose yourself in this dazzling, immersive architectural installation created by Alan Parkinson, whose spectacular “cathedrals of air” have attracted more than 3 million visitors across the world.
Event: 6 Jul 2019
As a dynamic new business district takes shape at RAD London, the Greenwich+Docklands International Festival closing ceremony captures the outward looking spirit of East London.
ABP Royal Albert Dock hosts a hackathon event with Microsoft and the University of East London to nurture talents for future workplaceNews, 24 Apr 2019
Over 180 students, academics, employers, education providers and community stakeholders took part in a special one-day event at the newly built Altitude building at the Royal Albert Dock development (RAD) to explore the future growth, sustainability and diversity of the talent pipeline in East London.
The rise of the Royal DocksBlog, 23 Apr 2019
Once at the forefront of global trade, the Royal Docks suffered from the introduction of containerised cargo and technological advances from the 1960s, ultimately leading to it’s decline and closure in 1981.
Flexibility remains keyBlog, 23 Apr 2019
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