Innovative start-up TallyFox has gone from strength to strength since their launch last autumn – recently collecting a prestigious award at the WhiteBull Pathways to Exit event in Barcelona – and now due to feature as a keynote for the November NOAH 2012 Internet conference in London.

Founder and CEO of TallyFox, Trudi Schifter, will present a keynote address to share the Tallyfox vision of knowledge networks with the 2,000 delegates who are expected to attend the event, which brings together business leaders, investors, and executives from various internet sectors each year. This year’s event will be held at Old Billingsgate, the premier conference center close to the Tower Bridge.

Marco Rodzynek, founder of NOAH Advisors said: “We are very excited to welcome TallyFox at NOAH. The combination of superior cloud-hosted technology and business savvy collaboration solutions provides a unique platform for professionals to build a better future for all of us.”

TallyFox’s ambitious vision is to build knowledge networks bringing together professionals from various institutions and organisations – focused on core topics such as water, energy, food, or pharmaceuticals. The first network to go live – the water network – has already proved a resounding success in harnessing the power of web 2.0, open computing, and social technologies in facilitating knowledge transfer on a global scale.

“TallyFox’s vision is to enable human potential one sector at a time” explains Trudi. “We do this by building industry focused Knowledge Networks. For example, it is inconceivable that 1.1 billion people do not have access to safe drinking water, that 3.4 million die per year from water born diseases, and yet there is no independent online platform for global water professionals to share best practices and build sector intelligence. In 2010, TallyFox launched The Water Network, that today gathers thought leaders from over 50 countries, representing over 2000 organizations, and that is now the leading online network for water professionals.”

Trudi will also be speaking about collaboration and open innovation in Korea later in November at an event sponsored by UNESCO and the Korean government, before another high profile conference appearance at Gartner’s Catalyst conference in San Diego next year.

We’d like to congratulate Trudi and all of the TallyFox team on their recent awards wins and wish them all the best with upcoming efforts to continue bringing the TallyFox vision of knowledge networks to new users around the world.