The Digital Legacy Conference 2015 is a not for profit event. Over 100 professionals and scholars working within the healthcare, health-tech, charity, end of life and funeral sectors will be in attendance.
This Digital Legacy Conference would not have taken place without the support of the organisations below…
The Headline Supporter
DeadSocial is the end of life planning resource helping us to navigate to and through death in today’s connected world. They help empower both those planning their digital legacy and the recently bereaved. All the services DeadSocial provide are free. www.DeadSocial.org
The (Wonderful) Venue Provider
The conference is FREE to attend thanks to UCL Partners. UCLPartners is an academic health science partnership with over 40 higher education and NHS members, and a central team providing operational support and clinical academic leadership through a not-for-profit company. To find out more visit www.uclpartners.com
The (Awesome) Drinks Provider
Beverages both alcoholic and non-alcoholic will be served thanks to Leverton & Sons funeral directors. Levertons have served North London and the surrounding areas for over 220 years. During this time they have continually adapted to the changing requirements of the communities in the area. Levertons latest innovation is the award winning ‘Eco-Hearse‘. The Eco-Hearse is able to travel 85 miles on a single charge and suited for those wanting a green funeral or cremation. To find out more about Levertons visit www.Levertons.co.uk
- To find out more about the Digital Legacy Conference networking party click here
- Click on the buttons below to share the Digital Legacy Conference with your friends and family
The Media Supporters
Tugba Tirpan is a film maker who works both in-front of and behind the camera. She has experience working for the likes of Channel 4 and the Arts Council. Tugba will be in charge of filming the conference and and the RSVP art exhibition.
The Digital Legacy Conference is taking place as one of the nationwide events during Dying Matters Awareness Week. To learn more about Dying Matters and the work they carryout click on the link below.
The Digital Legacy Conference is ran and paid for by DeadSocial. DeadSocial provides end of life planning tools and resources for those wanting to think about and pass on their digital legacy.
The Digital Beyond is a blog about your digital existence and what happens to it after your death. Evan Carol from The Digital Beyond will be flying over from the USA for the Digital Legacy Conference and provide the keynote seminar at the Digital Legacy Conference.