Our Sponsors

Thank you to everyone for playing a part in our vibrant London Agile Community.

Click here to learn more about our exciting sponsorship and diversity sponsorship opportunities for Agile Tour London 2019.

Aginext

Aginext is our flagship conference — two days, four tracks, all focused on scaling agile. Aginext is also a community that sponsors Agile Tour London, Meetups, and a virtual Slack community for attendees. We are a community by agilists for agilists, looking to bridge the gap between offline and online events.
All ATLDN attendees are invited to the exclusive Aginext Slack community.

Scrum Alliance

Founded in 2001, the Scrum Alliance is a nonprofit association that has certified more than 750,000 practitioners worldwide. Its vision is to help “Transform the World of Work” with a mission to guide and inspire individuals, leaders, and organizations with practices, principles, and values that create workplaces that are joyful, prosperous, and sustainable.
ATLDN attendees can earn Scrum Education Credits (SEUs.)

Agile World

Agile World Associates is an agile transformation consultancy. We help organisations embed effective agile change, provide onsite and offsite agile training and deliver consulting services to support delivery teams, new agile leadership and large scale agile transformations. Agile World is sponsoring this year’s Agile Leadership track.

Modulearn

Modulearn provides face-to-face learning modules for modern agile business teams. These are short, sharp learning modules that combine game-based learning with practical techniques you can apply the next day.

Our Media Partners

Lean Coffee Table

Lean Coffee Table enables distributed teams to collaborate effectively in real-time.

Vote, assign actions, build agendas quickly and democratically, generate meeting summaries and facilitate & timebox with ease.

The Agilist

The Agilist is a not-for-profit snail-mail distributed newsletter for the Agile and Lean community. £2.50 to UK or $5.50 Rest of the World for your monthly analog agile news!

JetBrains

JetBrains IDE packages help devs work faster by automating common, repetitive tasks, enabling you to stay focused on code design and the big picture.
Three lucky ATLDN attendees will win a free, full-year subscription to JetBrains.

Adventures with Agile

A global community focused on agile and organisational change, with advanced discussion, influential and relevant experts, certified courses, and a friendly group.

Methods & Tools

Methods & Tools is a free monthly e-magazine providing practical expert knowledge for software development professionals, giving software development ideas more than one page to express themselves.

InfoQ

InfoQ, a news and community site with content currently published in English, French, Chinese, Japanese and Brazilian Portuguese, empowers software developers to be agents of change in their industries.

Our Meetup Partners

Agile Tour London is first and foremost about community. If you organise a meetup or other group and would like to support our forward-thinking agile community, please connect with us at contact@agiletourlondon.co.uk

LJC – London Java Community

The London Java Community (LJC) is a group of Java Enthusiasts who are interested in benefiting from shared knowledge in the industry. KIT with the latest industry developments, learn new Java (& other JVM) tech, meet other devs, discuss technical/non technical issues, and network.

Agile Coaching Exchange

Since 2012, the Agile Coaching Exchange (ACE) has been a great place to meet new people and learn at the same time. Based in London, ACE’s simple philosophy and approach to meetup groups have inspired 6 chapters across the US, and you can earn SEUs at our events.

Adventures with Agile

A global community focused on agile and organisational change, with advanced discussion, influential and relevant experts, certified courses, and a friendly group.

Agile Leadership Works!

This London Meetup’s mission is to build a strong community where Agile Leaders can grow by sharing knowledge and learning from each other.

Psychology of Agile Scrum

For those who like to develop Agile knowledge and skills, share industry insight, and delve deeper into the human side of Agile software development.

Lean Agile Delivery and Coaching Network

This is a community about people and organisations who want to fully achieve the benefits of agile values (and related principles, practices, frameworks) and mindset. A safe place where you can exchange insight, concepts, suggestions, experiences and challenges.

Digital Leadership

While most groups are focusing on Agile adoption or the multi-variations of doing Scrum, we choose to widen our perspective and look at what is next. What leadership is required to manage the digital transition that businesses need? Everybody is welcome, as Digital Leadership is not so much about seniority as it is about mindsets. The Aginext Community’s Agile Lean Coffees — monthly virtual, self-organised webinars — are run through this meetup.

Agile in Covent Garden

Agile Covent Garden is a welcoming community with a broad range of professionals — from coaches and Scrum Masters to those just getting started with agile. The Aginext Community’s monthly Agile Dinners are run through this meetup, too!

Digital Project Managers London

This meetup has a strong agile-agnostic agile delivery, so many of our meetups reflect being and doing agile from a delivery and project management perspective. We often have major speakers take the stage, lively Q&As, games workshops for learning and other events all oriented around creating an active professional community where we can learn and share with each other.

London Dev Community

Aimed at professionals within the web industry who have an interest in software development and computer science. The Aginext Community runs regular Agile Coffees to kick off your day in central London.