The Delivery Conference (DeliverCon) is an event for delivery people in and around the public sector. We welcome suppliers and interested parties. Created by the community for the community.
DeliverCon thrives on participation. You are empowered to help out on the day; perhaps as a session ‘enabler’ or greeting people as they arrive. Email us at email@example.com if you’d like to help. We’ll help you out and it’s very rewarding to help our community.
6:30pm onwards, Tuesday 21 February 2023
- The "Manager's Office" room in...
- The Old Joint Stock Pub & Theatre
- 4 Temple Row West, Birmingham, B2 5NY.
- [Google map].
Can't find the venue or where we're sitting? Call James on +447706935931
What should I expect
Around 100 people with an interest in public sector delivery.
Expect lots of conversations.
We follow the UKGovCamp unconference format.
The people who turn up decide what gets discussed.
Lunch will be provided.
Drinks are available throughout the day.2
What should I not expect
We don’t stream or record any sessions, and we request you don’t either, please.
We won't have notes takers, but feel free to share our own on the #DeliverCon2023 hashtag.
There's no creché, Barista coffee or chill out / quiet room.
On the day - Date, location & timings
Wednesday 22 February 2023.
Aqua House, 20 Lionel St, Birmingham B3 1AQ [Google map]
0900 Doors open
1000 Session pitching
1100 Session 1
1200 Session 2
1245 Lunch + lightning talks
1345 Session 3
1445 Session 4
1545 Session 5
1645 Wrap up
1700 Doors close
Who to ask for help
Volunteers will wear a red sash/lanyard. They’ll answer any of your questions.
Bring along any stickers you have. There will be a place where you can swap yours for other people’s.
Code of Conduct
We use the UK Gov Camp code of conduct. You can read it at ukgovcamp.com/code-of-conduct. Please note that the contact details are different. You can use firstname.lastname@example.org or call James on +447706935931.
Taking photos and videos
You'll be offered a blue or orange lanyard. Blue means you're okay with photos or videos of you being published on the internet. Orange means you're not. If you take photos or videos it is your responsibility to observe people's choices. The event organisers can not be held responsible if people fail to do this. So if you're wearing an orange lanyard and you see someone photographing or videoing you, please tell them to stop and delete what they've done.
Will be agreed during the wrap-up session at 1645.