Category: Events

Announcing Sheffield Digital Showcase

Our new event series launches at The Platform on Thursday the 22nd November, from 5:30pm.

We’re launching a new events series called Showcase, in which we invite local firms and freelancers to come and present a significant piece of work they’ve recently worked on. We really want more of the great digital work that gets done in our city to be known about and celebrated more widely, especially by young

Highlights from our AGM

Here’s a quick run through of what we heard from Mel and Chris at our Annual General Meetup.

We’ll start this post as we started the event, by saying a huge thank you to every single member, founder, partner and supporter of Sheffield Digital. Your support and enthusiasm means that we are growing in size, reputation and influence and we couldn’t exist without you. Thank you also to Sheffield Technology Parks, Shorts and

Advocacy Update for September 2019

Mel, Chris and others we know very often participate in fora where Sheffield's economic strategy is discussed. Where possible, we want to share what gets talked about at these meetings, so that everyone has a chance to be more involved if they want to be.

We cover 4 engagements in this September update: A First Tuesday Business Breakfast at C/M/S. A Sheffield Digital Board Meeting. An economy.SHF meeting. A Sheffield Hallam University Department of Computing Industrial Advisory Board meeting. Some context… We have four main objectives when we engage in these fora: Improve the opportunities for business and individuals in

Who’s Prepared for a ‘No Deal’ Brexit?

We have partnered with the Coalition for a Digital Economy (Coadec), The UK Tech Cluster Group and Tech Nation to provide essential information to local tech firms, in the eventuality of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.

Briefing for the local Tech sector Attend this briefing to find out about the key issues that will impact tech and digital companies in the event of a no deal outcome and what you can do to make sure that your business is fully prepared for all eventualities. Areas of focus will include steps to

Hackathon announced to find & fund software ideas

Urban Flows Observatory is looking for software solutions to help tackle local energy and health challenges.

The hackathon Taking place on 22 and 23 November (venue TBC) the hackathon is free to join and gives you the chance to work with real data relating to the city’s energy and resource usage. This work is part of a three-year, multi-million Euro international academic collaboration being carried out the Urban Flows Observatory at