A huge celebration of digital technology, available to everyone
Now in its 5th year the Bath Digital Festival is running from 17th-22nd October with events being held across Bath. The aim of the Festival is to bring together people and technology, giving hands on and practical experiences from individuals and businesses from across the digital sector.
Each day the festival has a particular focus, whether your interest is in digital creativity, digital intelligence or digital for good, there really is an event for everyone, of any age.
We are so pleased to be involved with this innovative event as this year’s Tech/Think category sponsor. As well as sponsoring the Festival we are also running two events during the week.
The Myth of Digital Business Transformation Tuesday 17th Oct 08:00 – 09:30 University of Bath Innovation Centre, Broad Quay, Bath, BA1 1UD
How many organisations start down the road of digital transformation only to find that the systems they are using are not supporting the digital business they want to be? Compromises resulting in over extended timelines on delivery and poor customer experience of the transforming company. This session involves using thought leaders to introduce specific challenges and opportunities of digital transformation. Whether you are a technology expert or a senior manager, engaged in digital transformation, this session will provide an insight into managing digital transformation and how innovative technologies can enhance the customer experience.
This round table style event has ojo's Nathan Baranowski, James Eades of Systemagic & Ed Boal of Gregg Latchams as thought leaders.
Using Technology to Make a Difference Thursday 19th Oct 12.30-1.15 University of Bath Innovation Centre, Broad Quay, Bath, BA1 1UD
With technology changing the way we interact with one another, consume information and engage with stakeholders, effectively harnessing technology for good is essential for all charitable organisations. Through practical examples and insight from charity case studies, Nathan Baranowski will share the challenges & solutions he has experienced in organisations moving from ‘digital despair’ to true ‘innovation for good'.
Festival wristbands are only £15 giving full and fair access for anyone to attend any event (if not already sold out of course!). Once you have registered, please do sign up to our events.
ojo have already signed up to attend numerous events across the festival (as well as our own!) so we may well see you there!
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Let's celebrate the thriving digital scene in Bath!