There is a great blog post here by Rod Trent of 1e that outlines the book launch planned for Angelica’s book on December 2nd in London. It’s going to be a great party and a great way to launch the new book. You can see Angelica’s video invitation here. If you are still not sure about coming then think about this:
- The first 50 people to arrive get a free copy of the book
- Everyone gets a free EP of music from the BibleCode Sundays
- The BibleCode Sundays are playing live
- We are taking over the Church bar in Waxy O’Connor’s right in the middle in London -and the bar is free thanks to 1e.
- The food is also free thanks to JD Marketing (they do the marketing for Betfair, who feature in the book).
- There is a £100 Amazon voucher for whoever uploads the best social content from the evening, tweet, photo, video, blog…
- 1e are giving away goodie bags full of pens, squeezy polar bears, mints, and various other things, though the bag itself might be the most useful item to carry all the other freebies!
As if you needed any more reasons to party, me and Angelica are getting married the next morning. Yes, launching a book on Thursday and getting married on Friday… and Angelica leaves the country to move to Brazil on Sunday, so this might be your last chance to say goodbye. She will remain as an associate editor of Computer Weekly, but she is entering the realms of virtual working. So you won’t see her often back in London – or me for that matter!
Click here to go and register for the event on LinkedIn…
Posted in Uncategorized
Tagged 1e, angelica mari, bcs, betfair, biblecode sundays, book, concert, gig, irish, jd marketing, launch, msuic, party, reboot, rock, waxy o'connor's, waxys
How appropriate that the very first copy of Angelica Mari’s new book ‘Reboot: Leading IT in the Information Age’ should be shown off at the UK IT Industry awards… here you can see how pleased Darrell Stein (CIO of Marks and Spencer) was to find a cartoon in the book that resembles him!
You can find out more about the book here…
Elvis Costello’s new album ‘National Ransom’ is out next week.
On Thursday the 28th, he has a very special and very private launch party for the album at lunchtime in Soho. It’s going to be in the world-famous Ronnie Scott’s jazz club and these tickets are not for sale – it’s press and invite-only.
But you can win two tickets to this special event through a competition by entering on the Elvis Costello website here!
I’m going to be there live blogging and commenting on the event on Twitter, so if you win, do say hello!
Elvis recently joined Twitter, so if you are on there then why not go and follow him? And if you are a Twitter user then I’m hosting the Ealing Tweetup next week, featuring a live set by Elvis’s brother, Ronan MacManus…
Posted in Uncategorized
Tagged album, club, concert, ealing, ealingtu, elvis costello, gig, jazz, launch, music, national ransom, party, ronan macmanus, ronnie scotts, tweetup, twitter
Vikas Pota and his new book, India Inc, need no introduction. It has been suggested that I blitz the media with information whenever I have a new book coming out, but Vikas has surpassed my efforts and managed to get information about his book everywhere.
And it’s a timely book too. Just as the world is heading into a recovery from the past few years of economic slowdown, Vikas has studied and interviewed – at length – ten of the most important entrepreneurs in India. Rather than the usual corporate sound-bites, we have here a masterclass from each leader.
The official launch is at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Westminster tonight. If you are going to be there then please do say hello. If not, then take a look at the book website and get a copy. It’s time to hear what some real leaders are thinking.