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The Wires 2021 by ExchangeWire
November 4, 6pm till 12 midnight
Venue: London Stadium (Olympic Stadium), Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park E20 2ST 
Entrance: Please go to Gate B, Club London VIP entrance on the west side of the stadium

> 6pm: Arrival drinks
> 6.45pm: Dinner
> 8.15pm: Guest Speakers
> 8.45 pm: Awards presentation
> 9.15pm: After dinner entertainment
> Midnight: Carriages


If you haven't yet secured your table, please email Anne-Marie Sheedy (anne-marie@thewirecorp.com).


If you're looking to stay in the area, we are able to offer a preferential rate for ATS London and The Wires attendees to the following hotels: 

The Stratford Hotel

Please use code ATSLONDON when booking. Rate includes continental breakfast and VAT.

Holiday Inn

This is a dedicated ATS/Wires booking link. Rate includes breakfast and VAT.

Staybridge Suites

This is a dedicated ATS/Wires booking link. Rate includes breakfast and VAT.


Guest Speakers

Dan Bethell Stacey Copeland
Dan Bethell is a GB International Parabadminton player. Dan first took up the sport in 2011, and has been part of the sport’s development journey over the last decade, with it progressing to become a globally recognised sport, with the 2019 World Championships being held alongside the able-bodied event in Switzerland and its first appearance at the Paralympics in Tokyo. Dan has come a long way from being a converted tennis player aged 15, to being a full-time athlete on the UK Sport Paralympic programme, triple European Champion, World ranked No 2, World and now Paralympic silver medallist. Stacey Copeland has represented her country in two sports: football and boxing. As an amateur boxer, Stacey won a European silver medal before turning professional and making history in 2018, when she became the first ever British woman to win the Commonwealth title. In 2017 she founded Pave The Way, a charity which challenges gender traditional stereotypes for both males and females. Stacey delivers talks in schools, communities, and businesses, and has spoken at European Parliament and the United Nations. She is a broadcaster on BBC Radio Manchester and recently won the 'Emerging Talent' award at the O2 media awards for presenting the 'Paving The Way' television series on Granada Reports.