Digital Futures have brought the best leaders in the digital industry together to discuss what is being done to address the issues of diversity and the digital skills gap that we deal with on a daily basis.
Walk away with insights as to how you can utilise the evening’s information to weave initiatives into your own organisation that can boost revenue, reduce talent costs, drive retention, improve productivity, meet CSR objectives and deliver robust succession plans.
Jonathan Lindon, CEO of Digital Futures comments: “Our mission is to uncover the potential of young people that is often left undiscovered.”
Rioch Edwards-Brown at So you want to be in TV, adds: "The Future Is Already Here. GenY and GenZ are climbing the ladder of global business. How they use technology and digital marketing, will change the way business is done throughout the world economy. Can we adapt in time?’
Rioch Edwards-Brown, Founder “So You Wanna Be in TV
Nat Gross, Executive Board Member BIMA
Nadya Powell, Co-Founder of The Great British Diversity Experiment
Robert Rankin, Head of Product and Platform at Apps for Good
Marc Lewis, Dean at the School of Communication Arts
Bejay Mulenga, Chief Purpose Officer at Supa Academy
Jonathan Lindon, CEO of Digital Futures
You can use the discount code ‘industryexpert’ to get a free ticket, however if you want to buy one they are only £10 and all proceeds go to Apps For Good, which is an awesome business partnering educators to deliver awareness of the digital industry to those aged 7-14. http://ow.ly/ZaeDg