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25% exhibitor discount at Tech Show North and eCommerce Show North

Sheffield Digital company members can get 25% off a stand at one of the biggest digital expos in the North of England.

Tech Show North (TSN19) & eCommerce Show North (eCSN) are two of the most significant digital technology expos in the North of England and this year, they run side by side in Manchester on 8–9 May. We’ve worked with the organisers, Prolific North and Don’t Panic Events to offer Sheffield Digital company members a 25%

Responding to the pandemic through innovation and creativity

The tech sector was quick to respond to the impact of COVID-19. Here are just a few of the innovations born out of the pandemic in Sheffield City Region.

Airship backs hospitality industry with new tech and financial support Airship developed a platform to help the hospitality sector open its doors after lockdown, whilst fulfilling the NHS Track & Trace requirements. Trck.to provides an onsite data registration system, capturing the details required by the NHS if a positive case of COVID-19 is identified at

Career Change: sideways moves and squiggly careers in the tech sector

Shared experiences and advice from people who have made one or more moves to different roles in the tech sector.

What are sideways or squiggly career moves? First things first, let’s bust some jargon. A sideways (or lateral) career move is generally considered to be “similar in responsibility and pay to the one you already have” (according to Indeed), and this can include moves within your existing company, or to a different place. The term

Help make cyber skilled kids the next tech superstars

This national programme helps to prevent young people from committing cyber crime, directing them towards a career in tech, instead.

The Cyber Choices network was created to help young people make informed choices and to use their cyber skills in a legal way. Its work is delivered under two main strands, the first being to raise awareness of the Computer Misuse Act by delivering talks and presentations in schools and community settings. This helps to

ASK4 Data Centre makes the move to renewable energy

The internet service provider’s data centre in Sheffield is now powered entirely by wind, hydro and solar energy.

ASK4’S owned and operated Tier 2 Data Centre has made the switch to 100% renewable energy, sourced from wind, hydro and solar power. The 3-year partnership with Bryt Energy will allow the Data Centre to dramatically reduce its carbon footprint, eliminating an estimated 399 tonnes* of CO2 emissions in the first year. Data Centres consume