Episode 66: Tracey Johnson and David Akeroyd on Barnsley’s Digital Campus and supporting start ups

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    In episode 66 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast we speak to Tracey Johnson and David Akeroyd from Barnsley DMC and Barnsley College respectively. They tell us all about DMC2, a new space for companies to scale up, co-work and enjoy a thriving community.

    It was great to hear all about the digital scene in Barnsley from Tracey and David. Despite COVID, there is a lot going on and plenty for you to get involved with and check out. Please go learn more via the links in the show notes below.

    In the second half of the show, Mel and Chris share some of their usual updates from the city’s digital sector, including:

    • our community’s response to LEP strategic economic plan
    • a chance to connect with six talented interns on a new part-funded scheme for SMEs from the University of Sheffield and XR Stories
    • information about the new IR35 rules
    • Sheffield Digital being now part of the National Digital Skills Audit
    • Sheffield Digital Festival news.

    Don’t forget, you can always join the Sheffield Digital Slack community or email info@sheffield.digital to get in touch and share your thoughts.

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    Thank you for the music

    Thanks to Alex Mclean – aka Yaxu – for the show’s intro music, licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

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