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Equator and the Digital Media Meetups have come together to create a special festival celebrating ideas, innovation and creativity. techaus will showcase the best in Scottish talent while inspiring and challenging the next wave of digital champions.

November 11

SWG3, Finnieston, Glasgow

Confirmed speakers:
Harvey Wheaton – CEO of CodeClan
Timea Tabori – IGDA Scotland
David Hill – Spotify
Sharon Moore – IBM
Brian Hughes & Paul Crawford – KILTR
Patrick Björkman – Equator
Dr. Jim Hamill – CEO of Energise 2.0
Simon Montford – Founder of WEB3//IOT
Rohan Gunatillake – Mindfulness Everywhere
Dean Murphy – Founder of Crystal Adblock
Andrew Steel – Equator
Phil McParlane – Founder of Scoop Analytics
Kev & Gillian O’Neil – 29Studios
Kaye Symington – Paved with Gold
Dr. Romana Ramzan – GCU
Marie Cheung – Snook
James Wilson – City of Glasgow College
Martin Jordan – Equator
Dr. Crawford Tait – 999 Design
Talat Yaqoob – Equate Scotland


Equator is working in partnership with the Digital Media Meetups & Kiltr to produce an inclusive event that aims to inspire and challenge a range of concepts and thought while exploring the ways in which we can become a truly world-class digital & creative nation.


techaus offers a unique platform to meet a whole host of raw talent, experienced creators and innovative makers. This is an inclusive event that encourages all skill levels to come along and join the conversation.

Independent gaming zone curated by We Throw Switches:  A curation duo, based in Edinburgh, who are focussed on bringing innovative and imaginative games out from behind closed doors and into amazing social spaces. In the past they’ve organised games collections for everything from premieres at the Glasgow Film Festival to pop-up arcades at the Scottish Game Jam. They also run and curate the popular indie games club/bar night, GamesAreForEveryone.

The #DigitalGarage from @GoogleUK is partnering up with techaus to train you on how to Tell Your Story Online and Reach New Customers Online. This is a must-attend!