Sheffield Chamber Digital Breakfast

28th April 2017

Celebrated for its creative and digital industries, enterprising businesses, top class universities and high quality, innovative products that are exported around the globe, Sheffield's reputation as a world-leading city in which to live, work, learn and play is reaching far and wide.

But as we progress further into the digital age, will our city be in a position to compete in the decades to come? Join us for a Chamber of Commerce breakfast panel discussion on Sheffield's digital future and find out for yourself. At this event, you'll discover more about Sheffield's Gigabit City project as well as how your business could benefit from access to Sheffield's new 100% fibre network. You will also hear about the latest digital trends and discover how other businesses are using technology, data and Gigabit connectivity to improve systems, innovate and grow. CityFibre's Head of Regional Development, Jason Petrou-Brown, will be leading the discussion along with Mark Cowgill (from Exa Networks), who will be talking about digital trends and the impact they have on cities and businesses. Natalie Ward from Superfast South Yorkshire will also be joining the panel to inform delegates of the support available to businesses and how to access it. The event is FREE to attend and breakfast will be provided. Booking form below.

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