Spark.me organizers have just confirmed second Spark.me 2016 speaker – Annie Machon.
Annie was an intelligence officer for the UK’s Security Service, MI5, in the 1990s, before resigning to help blow the whistle on the crimes and incompetence of the British spy agencies.
She is now a writer, media commentator, political campaigner, and international public speaker on a variety of related issues: the war on terrorism, the war on whistleblowers, the war on drugs, and the war on the internet. She is currently the European director of LEAP, and Co-Director of Code Red, as well as a member of the Sam Adams Associates. Annie has an MA (Hons) Classics from Cambridge University.
More speakers in the weeks to come
Spark.me tickets are available at the conference official website, at www.spark.me. The full price of the ticket is 250€. However, the organizers have released a limited batch of 100 tickets at a Super Early Bird price of just 80â‚¬, and 50 student tickets at Super Early Bird price of only 50€. Super Early Bird tickets are limited, and available on a first-come first-served basis. Tickets can later be transferred to another person (name changeâ), but they cannot be refunded. Student tickets are available to undergraduate, postgraduate, and PhD students 27 years old or younger, and to those who will graduate in 2016.
Spark.me, one of the biggest marketing/Internet conferences in Southeast Europe, will be held on May 28-29, 2016, in Hotel Mediteran, in Budva, Montenegro.
The conference has been organized annually since 2013, by Domain.ME, a private company in charge of operating Montenegro’s national Internet domain – .ME. Spark.me brings stories from the front lines of disruptive technological solutions, innovative business models, engaging branding strategies, and world-changing initiatives, and brings together business, technology and innovation leaders, marketers, startups, and geeks.