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Join us from 15th -17th June to hear how Sheffield Hallam University is supporting regional businesses to innovate.
About this event
Are you an ambitious medium, small or micro enterprise based in the Sheffield City Region looking to innovate and grow your business? Come and meet our academics and researchers as they explain why innovation is essential for every organisation, and how they can work with you to use innovation to overcome your challenges and develop new products and services.
This free webinar series will provide an overview of the specialisms and facilities Sheffield Hallam University can offer in the form of funded bespoke research and innovation-based consultancy through the Sheffield Innovation Programme and Digital Innovation for Growth. It will give businesses the chance to connect with academics and explore project ideas.
This webinar series has been brought to you as part of the Sheffield Hallam University Innovation Festival. You can find out more abo...
Our regular informal meet-up for Sheffield folk who want to see more diversity in tech. Grab a cuppa and join us for a chat online.
About this event
Grab a cuppa' and join us on Zoom for our regular informal meet-up. Whether it's your 1st or 30th time joining us, you will be most welcome. No agenda just a great opportunity to connect with and meet other folk who are passionate about #diversity in #tech.
Sign up and you'll get more info on how to join us on the day.
ShfWIT seeks to be a friendly community where everyone feels welcome and safe.
During the event we will adhering to the Sheffield Digital Code of Conduct
As with all of our events there will be no obligation to talk to others, should you wish to leave your camera/mic off and simply listen that is totally fine.
Keeping in touch
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A review of the Pitch-In programme, which has encouraged uptake of IoT technologies through collaborations between universities and industry
About this event
Join us for our final dissemination event for the Pitch-In (Promoting the Internet of Things via Collaboration between HEIs and Industry) programme.
This conference marks the culmination of the three-year programme, which has been funded by Research England’s Connecting Capability Fund. It has brought together the universities of Sheffield, Cambridge, Newcastle and Oxford to stimulate collaboration between academia and stakeholders across industry, commerce, and the public and third sectors. Its focus has been on solving problems related to innovation, adoption and skills in the Internet of Things (IoT).
IoT technology has the potential to influence many aspects of society and industry. The aim of Pitch-In has been to try to ensure that we build the 'right' sort of IoT systems that will contribute to creating sustainab...
The Yorkshire Cyber Security Cluster is a professional network of Cyber Security practitioners working within the Yorkshire Region.
About this event
The YCSC is a professional network of Cyber Security practitioners and those with an interest in the industry. Created as part of the UK Cyber Security Forum to help cyber security experts and organisations across the region to collaborate and build a stronger standard of cyber security as part of a knowledge exchange collective.
Join the Yorkshire Cyber Security Cluster members and steering committee monthly for an open discussion around cybersecurity, data protection, privacy and cybercrime.
What is the true value of humans at work? High performing organisations and fulfilled flourishing people.
How do you do both?
Our guest Perry Timms, HR influencer and author, will step is through the true value of humans at work.
Perry will take us through some sobering facts on the human cost of work e.g: stress, absenteeism and rising mental health; before offering alternative models.
Flourishing organisations have people who are more than just engaged. Perry will challenge the idea that success has to come at a cost:
There's a myth that if you look after your people and focus on their wellbeing you create a cosy club with low productivity.
It is not a binary choice between your bottom line or your people.
Perry has collated best practice examples around the globe of organisations that have both a flourishing business and their people are flourishing. Perry will step us through some of the thinking behind this new way of working and offer our audience concrete th...
The COVID-19 pandemic and acceleration of digital business has seen financial services companies reassess their digital transformation strategy and, in most cases, speed it up. From re-imagining products and services around customer-centricity to developing new business models to meet customer behaviours, banks and financial institutions have gone from laggards in the digital transformation front to potential leaders.
Join our panel of industry experts as we explore how digital innovation combined with next-generation business models are delivering real business impact. We will also be discussing the importance of design thinking principles and data-driven decision making in order to drive quantifiable business and enhance the end customer experience.
Our panelists will be sharing their top tips and real-life examples of how they have embraced digital innovation to help build a financial services organisation for the future.
There will also be the opportunity to ask our panel...
For the first time we are opening up our Employer Engagement event to external guest.
Bootcamp participants hear from companies about what they do, what they look for in new hires, the culture and working environment, with and have the opportunity to ask questions.