Agenda Announced For Wired 2011

The agenda for WIRED 2011 has just been announced. The two-day event takes place next month and will celebrate ideas, innovations and the people reshaping our world.

A haven for disruptive thinking and radical opinion, WIRED 2011 has attracted numerous prominent industry names, all promising to enlighten, intrigue, inspire and provoke discussion.

The NextWomen is in partnership with Wired 2011 to offer our readers a 10% discount on tickets. To book, click here and use discount code WNEX10.

The two days will be themed, with those at the top of their game contributing to each;

THE FUTURE IS HEREThe birth of the digital age;  MIND HACKS – How to improve ourselves; IDEAS BANK Brain food and provocations; HOW PEOPLE CONNECT – Future of communications; PLAY – The importance of sound; DESIGN THINKINGImmortal design; DIGITAL WORLD MEET PHYSICAL WORLDAtoms are the new bits; TEST LAB – toys, gadgets, demos; INFOPORNRacing on real time data; LAB NOTESThe physics of time reversal; THE NATURAL USER INTERFACEComputer vision; SOCIAL FUTUREGiving people the power to share;  DISRUPTING BUSINESS The agony and the ecstasy of being an entrepreneur.

Speakers already announced and taking part in this event include, Alex Laskey, Alexander Ljung, Andrew Blake, Aza Raskin, Ben Hammersley, Bjarke Ingels, Carie Lemack, Chris Anderson, Christopher Mikkelsen, Dr. Debbie Berebichez, Eyal Gever, Geoff McGrath, Gil Hirsch, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Heather Knight, Henry Robinson, Joanna Shields, John Underkoffler, Juliana Rotich, Lisa Harouni, Luke Johnson, Matthew Key, Peter Sunde, Professor Hertz, Rachel Botsman, Richard Seymour, Rory Sutherland, Russell Davies, Stanley Yang, Tom Hulme, Ulla-Maaria Engeström, Werner Vogels and Yossi Vardi.

To see the full agenda, click here.

WIRED 2011 is being held at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London on the 13th and 14th October. 

Attendees will also hear enlightening talks - insights from WIRED100 guests including Robin Klein, Michael Acton Smith, Andrew Fisher, Kristian Segerstrale, Stefan Glaenzer, Hermann Hauser, Brent Hoberman, Rohan Silva and more.  From key innovators to investors, this year’s WIRED 100 List was WIRED’s second annual survey of the UK’s digital power brokers, compiled by a WIRED panel and readers of the magazine. 

PLUS don't miss LIVEWIRED with 02 on Thursday night. A chance to let your hair down with cocktails by Courvoisier, plus live performances by the very best in urban sports talent, musical/comedy act Abandoman, beatbox artists Shlomo and the world-renowned illusionist, Dynamo.

There are a very limited number of tickets remaining for WIRED 2011, at a price of £1495. The NextWomen is in partnership with Wired 2011 to offer our readers a 10% discount on this price. To book, click here and use discount code WNEX10.

For further information, or for registration, go to  Follow @wireduk or search #wired11 

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