Keep up to date with all the forthcoming events we either host or attend throughout the year.
Public Sector Show – 2015
Portcullis are confirmed to attend the Public Sector Show 2015 -
“The Public Sector Show is a MUST-EXHIBIT event for any business that delivers products, services and solutions to public sector organisations.
It is the largest event of its kind, designed specifically to address the issues and challenges that the public sector currently faces.”
Register to attend here http://www.publicsectorshow.co.uk/registration/
Portcullis will be at table 726 – visit HERE for a floor plan of the event
White Hat Ball 2015 – Friday 30th January
Join Portcullis to celebrate 10 Years of White Hat Ball celebrations!
The White Hat Ball has raised over £1m for charity, since it first began nearly ten years ago. This is a fantastic achievement on the part of our industry and has made such a difference to so many lives.
And in 2015, with your help, we aim to raise even more. With your support at this prestigious event you will be helping ChildLine make a real difference to the lives of children in the UK. In 2012/13, ChildLine answered over 1.4 million contacts. For many, ChildLine was the only place they could turn for help.
Tickets for this prestigious event are always quickly sold out – so book early for the 10th anniversary Ball to avoid disappointment. We are operating a ‘waiting list’ this year in case some tickets become available. If you want to place a ticket request, donate an auction prize, or buy advertising space in this sell-out industry Ball, please contact White Hat Chairman, Marcus Alldrick on Marcus.Alldrick@lloyds.com, or Katie.Welch-May on Katie.Welch-May@NSPCC.org.uk or tel. 020 7825 2608
Next Event – EMF Camp
Portcullis are excited to announce that we are official sponsors of Electromagnetic Field Camp!
When : September – November
What : Portcullis invite High Schools of Hillingdon to take part in our competition to create a project that benefits their local community with one or more of ten supplied Raspberry Pi to their school.
Visit our News page to see recent activity leading up to the event!