Category: Opportunities

Sheffield startups invited to join pioneering business experiment

Startupscale is a new Sheffield-based project designed to help tech startups grow.

Startups from Sheffield and across the North of England have the chance to participate in a pioneering business experiment documented through an online TV and podcast series. Startupscale is designed to help accelerate the development of new technology companies and we’d love to see some startups from the Sheffield Digital community take part! You have until

How can the region’s manufacturers keep up with new technologies?

Culture and skills are the biggest barriers to technology adoption, according to manufacturing and digital experts.

DMM is the AMRC’s campaign to connect our digital community to manufacturing businesses. The ‘Breakfast & Bytes’ session at Kollider in Sheffield, in partnership with Barclays Eagle Labs, focussed on how to upskill workforces and explained the funding available for the adoption of Industry 4.0, with presentations from software developer Razor, large-scale engineering company Tinsley

Front End North is back for 2020

The conference for web designers and developers returns to Sheffield next February and tickets, sponsorship and speaking opportunities are now available.

Front End North is on Friday 7 February 2020 at The Crucible in Sheffield. It promises to be a welcoming one-day, one-track conference for developers and designers who work on the web. It’s also a brilliant opportunity to secure Sheffield’s spot as central to the thriving tech scene in the North of England. Tickets are

Meet talented people from the Tech Set Go! developer course

A new training programme is connecting employers to a diverse pool of future developers.

Tech Set Go! is a programme focused on finding and training individuals who are typically underrepresented in the tech sector – women for example, and individuals who are neurodiverse but have an aptitude for tech. We also wanted to focus on areas of deprivation where links with tech sector employers are often weaker. The core