This event will run in the London (GMT) timezone.
We release tickets in small batches. Prices increase as we get closer to the event. Tickets are available until the date shown - unless they sell out sooner. If you want to host a watch party or would like to access an opportunity ticket, please contact us.
Promo codes are available through event supporters and user groups. Check your user group or contact your group organiser and ask them to support the event.
We also send news and promo codes to our mailing list.
We have a limited number of these, to apply email us with details on why you're a suitable candidate e.g.
• Low/no wage
• From an underrepresented group in this community
• You'd benefit from attending & would not ordinarily be able to
Code of Conduct
We are focused on improving participant experience and raising the bar in the tech events sector.
Our conference encourages a safe place to learn, be curious and experiment no matter what background or knowledge you bring.
We offer people employed or contracted in the public sector a 10% discount using the code 10GOV.
This discount does not apply to consultancy employees or associates or others providing services to customers in those sectors.
Leave with new ideas and concepts you can put into practice straight away. You will be encouraged to tackle new, challenging ideas, and share your knowledge with others.
You'll be able to learn about different perspectives - perhaps this could be a new way of looking at long-term challenges.
We want participants to hear and experience things they can try when they get back to their work. There will be some theory, but it’ll be blended with take away points that can be applied later.
An excellent chance to make new friends and future collaborators in our hallway track and Slack channel.
SDinGov: Virtual removes barriers to attending in-person events, and our experienced events team ensures a smooth online experience.
SDinGov is a practical public sector service design conference that allows participants to connect and learn from their peers and leaders in the industry. Participants will include Government employees, consultants and design agencies.
The event is aimed primarily at professionals who either manage, design or develop public services including within:
- central & local government
- the 3rd sector, Arts
- Education sector services
- Health sector services
- Emergency sector services
- civic technologies
We also welcome participants who want to learn from the public sector and apply those learnings in a different setting.