6/14/2017

Compare and Recycle at London Tech Week

Compare and Recycle at London Tech Week

Here at Compare and Recycle, we like to stay up to date with the latest happenings in the tech industry. So this week we will be reporting from the London Tech Week Expo where we will be getting the low down on the latest innovations that are relevant to the mobile phone industry.

This festival of live events celebrates the best tech and innovation with guests and presenters such as Nokia, Huawei and Intel, we have more interest than ever to understand what they envision the future of the mobile market to be, what advancement they are pushing in battery power, what they are doing to ensure that some of the 2 million phones a year don’t end up in landfill. We are all stakeholders in the environmental issues surrounding the country, so as you can imagine, we’ll be sure to grill some of the exhibitors on what they’re internal ethos is towards recycling and environmental sustainability.

You can count on us to provide you with up to date news as we learn it. We can be your ears at this great expo keep up with it in real time on our Twitter and Facebook!

Andrew

Andrew

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