According to TechNation 2016 report, the East Midlands exhibited an impressive 30% growth in digital employment over the past year.
So if the Digital Economy of the region is growing fast, it will need its schools, academic institutions, and existing work force to develop relevant skills to sustain that growth. It also need s to present itself as an attractive location for people with skills to stay to avoid a brain drain south to London.
We will discuss:
We’ll hear from lead discussants including Diane Simpson, Deputy Chief Executive, East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire).
Join us to engage with a network and debate the challenges of finding a right ‘digital skill set’ right here in the East Midlands.
Places are limited so please register in advance to secure your free seat. The salon will be followed by Networking Drinks.