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News & Events
Our early summer programme of events comes to a close after welcoming thousands of visitorsBlog, 16 Jul 2019
Overview of early summer events at RAD London.
RAD lights up for closing ceremony of the Greenwich + Docklands International FestivalNews, 11 Jul 2019
The Royal Albert Dock was transformed at the weekend into a glittering outdoor ballroom, complete with a giant chandelier where the candles are human dancers – the first of its kind in the world – as part of the closing ceremony of the Greenwich + Docklands International Festival.
Sharing a future with the aviation communityBlog, 20 Jun 2019
Last week RAD welcomed a panel of top aviation experts for a lively discussion exploring the Future of Aviation, which was held in partnership with City AM and London City Airport.
RAD welcomes hundreds of delegates to the UK Asia Tech Powerhouse conferenceBlog, 17 Jun 2019
The technology community converged at Royal Albert Dock for the UK Asia Tech Powerhouse, which brought together leading experts and delegates to take part in a series of debates and competitions as part of London Tech Week.
Collaboration in the digital ageBlog, 29 May 2019
There is a significant opportunity for collaboration in both the UK and Asia. We each stand to benefit through the exchanging of ideas and playing on each other’s strengths.
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.
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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