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About Tech Nottingham
Tech Nottingham is an organisation dedicated to improving Nottingham as a place to live and work in technology. We do this by building a community of smart people in and around Nottingham and then providing an environment in which they can work together, share ideas and get better at what they do.
Tech Nottingham’s community has been a place where people have shared and learned, lifelong friendships have been formed, new business ventures have been hatched and new career paths have been forged.
Our community is growing faster than ever and 2018 sees us expanding to offer a new support programme for tech startups and a range of new events.
Find out more at http://www.technottingham.com
Hosted by Tech Nottingham, Hack24 is a 24 hour coding competition and a showcase and celebration of the creative and technical talent that Nottingham has to offer. We bring together the most innovative local companies with the brightest creative and technical people in Nottingham and we build new things. It’s a lot of fun, and sponsors award prizes for the most innovative and creative ideas.
Hack24 is now in its fourth year and is bigger than ever. 2018 sees an impressive 14 local and national companies sponsoring the event. 7 challenges will be put to 136 hackers who have just 24 hours to come up with solutions.
About Emma Seward
Emma Seward is an international award winning wildlife photographer, owner of Emma’s Garden and Director at Tech Nottingham. Emma is the organiser of Hack24, which is taking place at the Nottingham Council House on 10th and 11th March. She is extremely partial to doughnuts and also keeps bees.
About Andrew Seward
Andrew Seward is Director of Tech Nottingham, an organisation dedicated to improving Nottingham as a place to live and work in technology through community building and events. Those events include Hack24, which is taking place at the Nottingham Council House on 10th and 11th March. In his day job Andrew is a Senior Product Manager at Quint.
For more imagery, head to the Hack24 Gallery