Creative Tourist Suggests Where to Eat, Drink, Shop, Visit and Stay During Binary Festival
Culture and travel website Creative Tourist have published a feature on visiting Liverpool during Binary Festival: where to eat, drink, shop, visit and stay...
There’s more to the UK tech scene than Silicon Roundabout. Yet, for many cities with burgeoning tech sectors, it feels as though they have to shout that little bit louder to make themselves heard. It’s remarkable (and a bit depressing) that this is the case; innovation doesn’t just happen in Shoreditch and there are a plethora of tech companies across the North quietly creating innovative products in everything from gaming to e-commerce.
It was this idea that formed the starting point for Liverpool’s Binary Festival, which is taking place from 24-25 May. Its aim is to “open our doors a little wider, and show what’s driving the motivation and approach of innovators across this city.” For two days the festival will be connecting innovators, inventors and creators, as well as showcasing Liverpool’s groundbreaking tech sector to a local, national and international audience.
We know that’s a lot to be getting on with, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take the opportunity to explore Liverpool and the plethora of delights it has to offer. Helpfully for you, we’ve put together this handy guide of some of the city’s hot spots.
Image: courtesy Mowgli, Liverpool
Binary Festival 2016 Blog: a special media partnership between The Double Negative arts magazine, Creative Tourist culture and travel site and Binary Blog. See the Festival on 24 and 25 May 2016 in Liverpool, UK
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