We host and attend events on search & relevance across the world. Come and join our Search Meetup groups or meet us as we talk at a conference! You can see the next events we'll attend below.

Upcoming Events

We run Haystack, the search relevance conference, twice a year in the USA and Europe. We also host the London Lucene/Solr Meetup (which meets every few months) and the Haystack LIVE! Meetup (which presents weekly online talks on search & relevance). We’re also regular speakers at other events including ApacheCon, Berlin Buzzwords, MICES (Mix Camp for E-commerce), Search Solutions, Taxonomy Bootcamp & Enterprise Search Summit. Come and meet our team! Talks from past events are available on our Youtube channel.

Eric will be giving a talk on how to solve search quality issues by putting relevance at the centre of Blacklight. The full agenda for the Blacklight summit is…

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Haystack LIVE! – Building a Data Driven Search Program

  • October 15, 2020 | 11am-1pm EDT (5pm-7pm CET)

Our speaker this week, James Rubinstein, has been working on understanding how humans search for information since grad school. He has worked at eBay, Apple, Pinterest, and is now…

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Search Solutions, organised by the British Computer Society Information Retrieval Specialist Group (BCS IRSG), is the premier UK forum for presentation of the latest innovations in search and information…

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Search Solutions

Innovations in Search Panel Innovations in search technology define the future of search. Hear from several companies about what they’ve been doing to enhance the search experience. In these…

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Eric will be giving a talk on How To Structure Your Search Team For Success. Smarter search drives value to your business. Delivering search that matches users to the…

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Tim Allison, PhD is our speaker this week. Search systems are complex, and many factors can lead to a less than optimal search experience. In this talk, I’ll focus…

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