This year’s Traverse conference will be taking place at the fantastic , right in the heart of London and next to one of the most iconic buildings in Europe, the O2. With award-winning architecture and excellent transport links, the Ravensbourne is the prefect venue for hosting the Traverse conference in London for the first time.
Much like Traverse itself, the venue is built with educating people at its heart, when not in use as a conference and events space, it’s one of London’s newest universities, with a tech and design focus, it couldn’t be better suited.
While a lot will be new with Traverse in 2017, the core of what has made the conference among the best in the world will be staying. This includes the fantastic one on one Pro Bars, where attendees can book sessions with the experts and a focus on real education with hands on workshops and masterclasses.
Despite being a new venue, the likes of Mozilla, Google, YouTube and Disney have all created unique events at The Ravensbourne, now it’s the turn of Traverse. See you in April.
Ravensbourne is located right next to the iconic O2 Arena and is blessed with travel connections around London. Whether you need to get to Traverse from trendy East London or from slap bang in the centre of London, it’s just a short journey away.
North Greenwich Underground Station is quick and easy to reach with just an 8 minute tube ride on the Jubilee Line from London Bridge, 11 minutes from Waterloo and 15 minutes from Green Park. As of 2016 the Jubilee Line also runs during the night on Friday and Saturday.
Check the TFL website for full details and journey planning by tube.
You can also reach North Greenwich by boat using the Thames Clipper service. Regular clippers from Canary Wharf, Tower Bridge, the London Eye and many other pier.
Check the Thames Clipper website for full details.
For those flying in, London City Airport is just a 15 minute journey away!
Ravensbourne itself is just a 2 minute walk towards The O2 Arena, the world’s largest building by measure of floor space and busiest music arena in the world in 2015.