Tim is a creative leader with a strong track record in digital innovation with more than twenty years’ experience in multi-platform production within digital media, television, theatre, event cinema, radio and live event environments.
Tim is currently Director of Content at Green Rock, with board level responsibility for ideas generation, creative development and Executive Production. Prior to joining Green Rock, Tim was the Director of Digital Arts and Media at Nesta, overseeing a significant portfolio of work encouraging innovation and collaboration between the arts, technology and media sectors.
Tim was editorial lead for all History and Science content online at the BBC including the World War One Centenary season. Tim was the first Head of Digital Media and Publishing at the British Museum, conceiving and delivering ‘Pompeii Live’ – an international cinema event with gross sales of over £1m.
Previous roles include project leadership of the BBC’s award winning Digital Olympics programme, delivering 2,500 hours of Olympic Games content over digital platforms. Tim was also responsible for launching the first web sites for key broadcast brands including BBC Radio 2 & BBC 6Music and newspapers including The Times, Sun and Sunday Times.

Tim is a Non-Exec Director of The Space (a partnership between the BBC and Arts Council England – commissioning and showcasing great art digitally) and advisor to the BBC on its digital arts strategy. Tim holds an MBA awarded with Merit and is an accomplished and in-demand international conference speaker on the future of content in a digital-first world.



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2017 – TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 9am to 5pm

Tuesday, 10 October 2017 from 09:00 to 17:00 (BST)techknow
The Charter Building, Uxbridge UK

Ticket Information:

ADA LOVELACE DAY – TECH(K)NOW DAY TICKET (Professional) 10 Oct 2017 Free Ticket
ADA LOVELACE DAY – TECH(K)NOW DAY TICKET (Student) 10 Oct 2017 Free Ticket

TECH(K)NOW DAY has been organised to provide a place and venue for anyone who identifies as a woman to go and learn new skills (see details below). 


ADA LOVELACE DAY – Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Ada Lovelace Day (ALD) is an international celebration day of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). It aims to increase the profile of women in STEM and, in doing so, create new role models who will encourage more girls into STEM careers and support women already working in STEM. Ada Lovelace Day is held every year on the second Tuesday of October.

Augusta Ada King-Noel, Countess of Lovelace (née Byron; 10 December 1815 – 27 November 1852) was an English mathematician and writer, chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage’s proposed mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. She was the first to recognise that the machine had applications beyond pure calculation, and created the first algorithm intended to be carried out by such a machine. As a result, she is often regarded as the first to recognise the full potential of a “computing machine” and the first computer programmer. (Source: Wikipedia


If you do not fit the profile of the target attendees for this Ada Lovelace Day event, will you be an ally and help us spread the word about this event, by forwarding a link to this page to someone in your organisation or your circle of friends/influence – who might benefit from attending? (Or if you do fit the profile but can not make it on the day and know someone who might be interested in attending, please pass the link on.) Thank you very much!

Below is a feedback from one of the attendees at the last event. We love the way she perfectly summarised what happened on the day! From 400+ attendees, we are tripling capacity and are looking to welcome 1000+ women in tech (or women wanting to get into tech) to the event.


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Tracelink Event – The Charter Building – Ribbon Cutting By Boris Johnson, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

SOLD OUT EVENT: EU FMD Workshop: Preparing for February 2019 Serialisation A TraceLink Event

A successful event was had at Th Charter Building, Uxbridge by Tracelink.

The well attended , sold out event saw the return of MP Boris Johnson to the UK from a recent visit to the Caribbean for work related reasons.

Tracelink Tweeted: Delighted to welcome to officially open our new European HQ in Uxbridge.

Tracelink’s Chief Marketing Officer and VP of EMEA Sales with Cllr Raymond Pudifoot of Council and at our new office.



SOLD OUT EVENT: EU FMD Workshop: Preparing for February 2019 Serialisation A TraceLink


Tracelink: Discuss | Strategise | Prepare

This event is sold out, so registration has been closed. Please consider attending our October Paris, Munich, or Basel events.

Join local pharma companies and CMOs for a *free one-day workshop to hear from expert speakers on preparing for the EU Falsified Medicines Directive, CMO integration, and how to ensure your organisation meets the February 2019 deadline.

Date: Friday, 15 September 2017

Time: 08:45 – 17:30

Place: The Charter Building, Uxbridge, London, UB8 1TD

Cost: Free (*T&C apply

Seating is limited to 2 attendees per company.
Reserve yours today!

Registration/Continental Breakfast

09:30 – 10:15   
     Welcome (Jean Marie Aulnette, VP EMEA – TraceLink)

10:15 – 11:00        Serialisation for CMOs: An Early Adopter’s Experience

(Alwyn Smit, Chairman – Central Pharma)
11:00- 11:30        Ceremony with UK Dignitaries/Coffee Break

11:30- 12:15        Preparing your External Manufacturing Network for Serialisation  (Graham Clark, Director of Worldwide Channels – TraceLink)

12:15- 13:30         Lunch

13:30 – 14:15         BPL’s Journey Towards End-to-End Serialisation

(Ged Ramsden, Serialisation Project Lead – Bio Products Laboratory Ltd.)
14:15 – 14:30         Coffee Break

14:30 – 15:15         Roundtable Discussion #1: Serialisation and Data Management Challenges

15:15 – 16:00         Roundtable Discussion #2: CMO Integration and Line Management Readiness

16:00 – 16:30         Solution Demo (Solution Consultant, EMEA – TraceLink)

16:30 – 17:30         Close/Cocktail Reception

CONCIERGE – “As long as it’s legal, we’ll find a way to fix it for you…”

Twenty five years in the business has taught Simon Pratt of Portico a thing or two about delivering service and style in equal parts.
What is your role at The Charter Building?
We’ll be providing a seamless front-of-house and concierge service.
Our staff are recruited specifically for the building to ensure that we accurately reflect the culture and style of the companies we represent. We’re both brand ambassadors and problem solvers.

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So what does a concierge service deliver?
You name it! We’ll organise dry cleaning, flowers for your anniversary, a cake for an employee’s birthday, make a dinner reservation, hire a car or run an errand. We’ll do it in person, on the phone, or via the web directly from your desk. We’re here to smooth the day for you and we’re more than happy to sweat the small stuff. We often joke that as long as it’s legal, we’ll find a way to fix it for you. But seriously, we take a great pride in being able to deliver and we encourage people to put us to the test – it’s all part of the service.

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