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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%

Company Spotlight: Mina

Find out how this young company’s tech solution is helping to get more electric vehicles on the roads.

Mina was started by Ashley Tate and Chris Dalrymple. After meeting through Sheffield Digital, Ashley and Chris combined their expertise – and a shared passion for increasing the number of EVs on the roads – to create a unique tech solution. Ashley, an entrepreneur and founder of several businesses including Split the Bills, understands the

Games Ed 21 is coming

An event for games studios, educators and recruiters will tackle the challenges of training and hiring talent into the games industry.

The Summit is organised by the BGI and is just one of the events happening during Games Careers Week, designed to inspire people from all backgrounds to discover careers in one of the UK’s fastest-growing creative sectors. As the tech sector and UK games industry adjust to new immigration rules (explained in this post), which

Volunteer virtually to inspire the future

You can help young people to engage with the digital industries from the comfort of home.

How does it work? Inspiring the Future from Education and Employers has a free online portal for schools and colleges, and for individuals who want to volunteer. On signing up, teachers can publish specific opportunities, search for volunteers that meet their criteria, and invite them to participate. Volunteers can use the portal to search for

Getting to grips with new immigration law

Immigration law specialists from Fragomen Sheffield explain what the post-Brexit rules mean for those working and hiring in the digital sector.

Most people would agree that the end of 2020 came as a welcome relief, but the start of 2021 is already bringing its own challenges in the immigration world, underscored by the much-anticipated overhaul of the UK’s immigration system. The headline news is that freedom of movement has now ended for new arrivals to the