Episode 67: Virtual events and getting ready for Sheffield Digital Festival

We speak to four event organisers to hear their exciting plans for Sheffield Digital Festival.

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    In episode 67 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast we look ahead to the Sheffield Digital Festival with four of our fantastic event organisers. They talk us through what they have planned for their events and and their approach to doing it all virtually.

    And here are our guests:

    • Amanda and Simon Cookson from Northern Value Creators
    • Tim Latham from Data Trainer
    • Hannah Byk from Better Points

    It was so nice to hear all about their plans for the festival. It’s going to be a fantastic week and we highly recommend you try and go to as many events as possible. Check the show notes below for links.

    As usual, in the second half of episode 67, Mel and Chris share some of their usual updates from the city’s digital sector, including:

    • the new Sumo Digital Academy
    • ASK4 Data Centre makes the move to renewable energy
    • our series on career change in the digital sector
    • a nudge to complete 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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