FAQ

FAQ

This year we’re taking Culture Geek virtual with an online format that allows you to access the event from where ever you are. This is the first time we’ve done the conference like this so even if you’ve attended the event in London over the past eight years you might have a few questions.

How will I access Culture Geek 2020?
We’ll be using an online conference service called Hopin for the event. You’ll log into a URL sent to all ticket holders with a username and password and then have access to the ‘stage’ and networking options.

How many speakers will you have?
We plan to have ten speakers throughout the day, we’ve started to announce who they are here. Details of the talks will follow soon, but as ever the event is about where digital meets culture.

What timezone is Culture Geek in?
Culture Geek will be run 10am – 5pm GMT (London). We hope as many people will join us live, but we will be recording sessions and giving everyone access to these after the event.

Can I chat with other delegates?
The Hopin platform allows chat alongside talks, it also has a chatrollette function which can link random attendees in video chat. We’ll have breaks and we’d encourage delegates to connect with their fellow delegates.

Can sponsors get involved?
Yes, we’re grateful to the fantastic sponsors who are supporting this event and we’ll have virtual sponsor booths. Interested in sponsoring, get in touch.

I’ve recently lost my job, I’m a student, I don’t have £48.
It’s hard times for many in the cultural sector right now and we’re sympathetic to this. Drop us a line about your circumstances and we’ll see how we can help.

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