Saturday, July 11, 2020

Less than a month until sophomore #GoDigital19 event

#GoDigital is back for 2019 with an exciting mix of specialist speakers, panel discussions, workshops and the brand-new ‘Ask the Expert’ zone.

This year’s theme is ‘Digital Tricks and Tools for Transformation’ and focuses on practical tips and tricks that businesses can really use.

Whether your goal is to improve efficiency, increase turnover, or improve customer experience, you’ll discover technology that can help take your business to the next level, and how to use it.

2019’s host and keynote speaker is Simon McCaskill, a Google Masterclass trainer and founder of the Digital Boost Academy.

Mr McCaskill has previously worked with big-name brands including eBay, L’Oreal and the BBC, and will be talking about the importance of innovation and future-proofing your business in an ever-changing digital world.

Other expert speakers and workshop leaders include Richard Hill from SEOTrafficLab, Kelly Hunstone from Social Change UK, Peter Watson from Distract, Lee Callendar from C4 Ventures Limited and more.

Attendees can also get their tech questions answered in our Ask the Expert Zone, where industry pros are on-hand to solve all of your tech-related queries.

Samantha Harrison, Head of the Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub, says: “The digital sector is not only one of the fastest-growing in Lincolnshire, but the UK as a whole.

“It is important for businesses across the county to stay up-to-date, but to also be aware of the many ways digital can improve their business.

“#GoDigital19 aims to introduce businesses of all backgrounds to ways that digital can help them work smarter, with practical tools and tips they can actually use in the day-to-day running of their business.”

The event takes place at the DoubleTree Hilton on Thursday 21st November, from 08:30am to 2:00pm.

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