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IndieBeers Remote // July 2020

50 people attended

We run from 6pm-8pm BST. The move to Hopin lets us take advantage of some cool new features. So IndieBeers Remote will be broken down into 2x main sections:

  • Sessions: We have a series of rooms on different conversation topics, including the return of 'Roast my product'! Expect this month's Roast Boss to be announced soon. 
  • Networking: Jump into 10 minute, randomised 1:1 networking sessions with other Indie Hackers. 

Grab your drink, join a room / networking and get involved.

About IndieBeers:
IndieBeers (now part of Indie London) exists to remove friction from London Indie Hackers meeting, exchanging ideas and supporting each other. Usually we're at The Bricklayers Arms in Shoreditch, but due to the COVID-19 situation, we've made it a remote event for the foreseeable future. We also have a weekend accountability community called Weekend Club.

IndieBeers Remote is back. I took some much needed time off to focus on a few important changes. In case you're interested, here they are:

  1. Merging Indie London and IndieBeers. The news is out... IndieBeers and Indie London are now one. Shout out to Ghyslain, Peter and all the amazing speakers, helpers and attendees who've done such strong groundwork over the past 2.5 years. We will continue to have separate events, but expect everything to become more streamlined (in terms of branding, communications, newsletter, Slack etc). Plus some surprises down the road.

  2. Moving IndieBeers Remote from Remo to Hopin. Johnny Boufharat, a long-time Indie London attendee, has done a fantastic job on this product, and it felt like a great time to make the move over. It just opens up a tonne of interesting new formats and opportunities.

  3. Doing a lot of reading. We live in unprecedented and troubling times. I've been doing a bunch of reading and thinking to educate myself and examine whether I'm doing enough in life to improve the various broken things around us. I'm considering how Indie London can be more supportive of disadvantaged people and communities, plus slower moving disasters like climate change. Initially that means committing a % of profits to causes helping with these things, but am very open to ideas from the community, so don't hesitate to get in touch.


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