Demo Day comes to SMWLDN!


Chinwag, in association with Capital List, are pleased to announce the first Social Media Week London Demo Day (Fri Sep 27).

SMWLDN Demo Day is an opportunity for firms and startups to showcase the products and innovations which will drive the future of Social Media. Firms will face questions from an audience of leading brands, agencies, investors, analysts and press.

The morning session (11am-1pm) is an opportunity for large firms to pitch their latest products to agencies and clients. It’s a chance for those brands to begin new conversations while consolidating existing relationships. It’s also an opportunity for smaller firms to get a sense of what keeps the big boys ticking!

The torch will then be passed to startup and early stage firms. The afternoon session (2pm-4pm) is an opportunity for small firms to pitch their product, connecting them directly with large agencies and brands.

Hosted by Tech City accelerator space The Bakery, SMWLDN Demo Day will put technical innovation in front of an audience of potential buyers and collaborators.

Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors (Capital List, The Bakery London and Tech City News) there is no charge to pitch or exhibit at Demo Day.

Register Now

Applications for startups wishing to pitch are now closed. Successful companies will be notified by 19 Sep.

If you're an investor or entrepreneur interested in engaging with exciting firms and startups, then register your attendance here.


Social Media Week returns to London and, for the fourth consecutive year, will be hosted by Chinwag. 3 Official Hubs (Virgin, Bloomberg and the still secret SMWLDN HQ), over 200 confirmed events, and an expected footfall of 20,000: 2013 will be our biggest year yet.

This year’s theme is Open & Connected, reflecting on the global impact of social media and its role as a catalyst in driving cultural, political, economic and social change. Joining global Social Media Week Partners Nokia will be Facebook, Twitter, Buzzfeed and a host of influential agencies and brands.

Photo (cc) Steven Depolo.