So one of our sponsors, at TweetCamp, is Addlestones, makers of a Premium Cloudy Cider. It’s available both in bottles and draught, and to ensure that after a wonderful day of stimulating conversations the alcohol drinkers among us get to relax, and unwind, they’ve kindly supplied us with plenty of bottles, to make sure that we enjoy the beautiful summer weather that we’ve been blessed with lately, and the combination of the awesome location of TweetCamp, in Richmond, right along the river Thames!
Make sure that when the day ends, and you’re heading out the door that you grab your bottle of Addlestones. (If you ask nicely, we may even let you have more than one 😉 and of course, if you’re going to be driving, your welcome to take your bottles, and enjoy them responsibly once you get home! The folks over at Addlestones have just started using twitter, so if you enjoy their beverage, you may want to help them along with finding their feet on twitter @addlestones and give them pointers and suggestions on how they might use it 😉
And finally, some details about Addlestones, in their own words:
Brewed with locally-sourced bittersweet cider apples from Somerset, Addlestones is cloudy because it’s meant to be – its not filtered, which leaves live yeast and apple extracts in the liquid. Then it’s fermented twice to craft a cider with a unique effervescence and full-bodied taste. Addlestones is 5% ABV and available both on draught and in bottle in top pubs, including over 60 Youngs outlets. Elsewhere, Waitrose or your local off-licence is the best place to track it down.
So, we’ve been busy, beavering away in the background, putting the word out, and speaking with people, about sponsoring TweetCamp, and we’re excited to announce, Sun Startup Essentials have come on board, and will be sponsoring TweetCamp!
Stewart Townsend, a familiar face in London’s Tech Startup Community, and Manager of Sun’s Startup Essentials for the EMEA Region, is someone who you should most definitely follow on Twitter, if you’re not already following him (@stewarttownsend).
He often hosts events for various groups within the Tech Community, at Sun Microsystems Customer Briefing Centre, near Monument, including the Facebook Developers Garage, the Twitter Developer Nest, BarCamp Bank, Bootstrap Camp, and not forgetting their very own Startup Essentials Meetup to name but a few 😉
So aside from Stewart making sure that Sun are thoroughly supporting excellent events in and around London, Sun actually offer some great tools, support, information, and help in terms of Tech infrastructure, training, networking, and exposure for startups in the tech sector, that might need some solid infrastructure, and support, at those early developmental stages.
In their own words here’s a little more specific information about the program:
Gain these benefits now –
>> Aggressively discounted hardware, storage and MySQL licenses
>> Discounted Hosting offers
>> Global PR and outreach
>> Startups Ask Sun – Free technical support services
>> Free Training
>> Networking, community collaboration – Connect with investors
>> Discounted Event Tickets
>> Listed in the Startup Directory – Exposure on Sun.com
Join Sun startup Essentials today at uk.sun.com/startup
If you’re a tech startup, and need a solid infrastructure to support you in those early, delicate stages, then you may find Sun to be the perfect partner for you. It’s definitely worth taking a look! Once again, thanks to Sun for being a sponsor for TweetCamp!
We’ve already got over 150 people signed up to attend TweetCamp, and if you’d like to discuss sponsoring TweetCamp, and putting yourself in front of this amazing diverse community of people who through Twitter are tweeting up a storm, then do get in touch with us, either by tweeting us @tweetcamp, or by emailing Jon at (jon.bishop [at] gumtree [dot] com ).