17 & 18 October 2017   Olympia London

Invitation to Sponsor
Invitation to Sponsor [PDF]

Sponsor Showcase

There is a range of exciting sponsorship opportunities available for Taxonomy Boot Camp London 2017. To explore ways to introduce your products and services to this audience, see the Invitation to Sponsor, and contact:

Sjoerd Vogt

Tel: +44 (0)7810 253111
Email: svogt@infotoday.com

The first Taxonomy Boot Camp London was a great success! Two days full of high-quality presentations and intense discussions around the topic of taxonomies, enterprise knowledge graphs and related use cases with a highly engaged community from industry, government and academia. As a Platinum sponsor, PoolParty Semantic Suite received a great deal of interest at the event and we look forward to participating again next year.

Martin Kaltenböck, CFO, Semantic Web Company

Synaptica was delighted to be the Diamond sponsor of the inaugural Taxonomy Bootcamp London. The event was a lively meeting of minds that provided an invaluable opportunity for the UK and European taxonomy community to meet with fellow practitioners, compare case studies and hear inspiring talks from international thought leaders. Congratulations to Information Today for organising such a great programme.

Dave Clarke, CEO, Synaptica

Diamond Sponsor

Synaptica: scalable enterprise taxonomy management software that streamlines the creation and maintenance of taxonomies, ontologies, thesauri, concept schemes and crosswalks. Includes governance and collaboration tools; automated management reports; XML import/export; APIs; ISO-25964 and SKOS/XL; Linked Data; SharePoint connectors; content tagging connectors; semantic annotation tools and comprehensive professional services and support. 

Platinum Sponsor

PoolParty is a world-class semantic technology suite that offers sharply focused solutions to your knowledge organization and content business. As a semantic middleware, PoolParty enriches your information with valuable metadata and links your business and content assets automatically. The vendor of PoolParty, Semantic Web Company (SWC) is the leading provider of graph-based metadata, search, and analytic solutions. SWC has been named to KMWorld's 2017 list of the ‘100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management'.

Media Partners

ILI365/Information Today Europe keeps the conversation going all year round, providing news, facts and figures, strategic thinking, and informed comment on the trends shaping the global information space.

ILI365/Information Today Europe focuses on innovation, technology and strategies for success in a wide range of information settings from corporate environments to academic and public libraries. Topics covered include knowledge and information management, e-resources, search and discovery, professional development, e-publishing news, technology updates, social media in action, and digital library strategies from across Europe.

KMWorld is the leading information provider serving the Knowledge Management systems market. We inform our readers about the components, processes and related success stories that offer solutions for improving your business performance.  With access to many of the most knowledgeable writers and analysts in the industry, KMWorld also offers a number of special publications, including: the KMWorld Best Practices White Papers series - high-value, educational content; and the KMWorld Buyer's Guide - a print and electronic resource to shorten your vendor search or simply help identify sources for KM resources.

Research Information is Europe's premier magazine, website, and electronic newsletter for those working in publishing, information management, or libraries. Distributed worldwide in print and digital formats, it tracks developments in information management, electronic publishing, libraries, database searching and ebooks, across science, technology, industry and the social sciences.

Knowledgespeak is a news service reporting on all the relevant developments within the scientific technical and medical (STM) information industry, on a daily basis. Knowledgespeak is published by Scope e-Knowledge Center, a world-leading provider of abstraction, indexing, entity extraction and knowledge organisation models (Taxonomies, Thesauri and Ontologies).

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The Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP) is the premier industry association for businesses that provide research, information management, and consulting services across a wide variety of industries. AIIP provides a forum for networking and the sharing of best practices; secures industry partner discounts; and publishes a quarterly newsletter.

The IRSG is a Specialist Group of the BCS. Its aims include supporting communication between researchers and practitioners, promoting the use of IR methods in industry and raising public awareness. There is a newsletter called, The Informer, an annual European Conference, ECIR, and continual organisation and sponsorship of conferences, workshops and seminars.

The Knowledge & Information Management Specialist Interest Group of CILIP (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals) is a UK based network of individuals who are working in or interested in Knowledge & Information Management. The group is dedicated to raising standards and convincing organisations of the importance of K&IM.


The Information and Records Management Society (IRMS)is the foremost professional association for all information professionals, regardless of their professional or organisational status or qualifications. Formed in 1983 as the Records Management Society, with a clear commitment to inclusivity across the profession, the IRMS now has over 1000 members from the UK and around the world, and spanning the public, private and third sectors.


ISKO UK is the UK Chapter of the International Society for Knowledge Organization, founded in 1989. We promote the understanding and practice of knowledge organization, and our members are academics, students, information architects, taxonomists, ontologists and other KO practitioners. We hold regular meetings to support the sharing of KO ideas, research and experiences, and welcome members and non-members from all disciplines.



Founded in 2009, LIKE (London Information and Knowledge Exchange) is a network of nearly 1,500 professionals including Librarians, Information and Knowledge managers, Taxonomists, Recruitment specialists, Entrepreneurs and Communications professionals. LIKE members meet regularly to share stories and exchange knowledge in an informal, relaxed environment.  You can join the group on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/1824702).


NetIKX -The Network for Information & Knowledge Exchange - is an independent Community of Interest. Our focus is on the practical issues of managing knowledge and information in the workplace. Through learning and sharing, our purpose is to help and support our members in their roles and to enhance their careers, and in turn to help their organisations to gain greater value through better use and management of information and knowledge.

The Special Libraries Association (SLA) Taxonomy Division addresses ways to organize and structure information so content is accessible and useful. The division encompasses traditional and emerging cognitive approaches to organizing information, offering a practical context for exploring issues related to planning, creating, and maintaining taxonomies and other controlled vocabularies.

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