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Build IT Right Conference returns!

We’re thrilled to continue our partnership with Build IT Right Conference 2020 after immense success last year. Returning to the North East on 26th March 2020 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Newcastle for a day of engaging and informative content for all software professionals, we look forward to providing several digital services to help promote and document this exciting event. 

We feel privileged to be working on a specialist tech conference such as BITR, which strives to shine a light on the IT sector within the North East. With our team being heavily involved in the tech sector, we are proud to be supporting this event. 


“We’re looking forward to the BITR Conference again next March. It was fantastic, not only to be an important part of the inaugural conference but to witness such an engaged and interesting group of speakers and delegates.” – Natalie McDermott, Account Manager at Ovationly. 


We are working with the fantastic team Beacon House Events once again! Over the last12 months, we have worked on successful events such as Northern Powerhouse Business Summit; the inaugural BITR Conference; and BIM Show Live. We are chuffed to join forces once again, this time bigger and better!

We are honoured to share the news that Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon will compère BITR Conference in 2020! From child prodigy to MBE, Anne-Marie is Head Stemette and co-founder of STEMettes, an award-winning social enterprise which inspires the next generation of females into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics roles via free, fun, food-filled experiences. Science writer, presenter and comedian, Timandra Harkness, provided compelling insights into scientific, mathematical and statistical topics during 2019’s conference as an excellent compère who balanced her comedic spirit with useful insights into the tech sector.

News fresh from the event is that the 2020 Call for Papers is now open! Build IT Right are on the hunt for testers, developers and software architects with an opinion on how to build software ‘right’, to speak at their conference. If you have something important to say, it’s your chance to speak up! Do you work for an organisation developing software, work in computer science, software engineering research institutions or promote software-related activities? Please submit your paper by 9 am on 13th January. You can do so here:

Please contact with any questions or queries you might have.