Facilitating digital development for small businesses: A sneak peek into Business Lincolnshire’s upcoming digital conference

Facilitating digital development for small businesses: A sneak peek into Business Lincolnshire’s upcoming digital conference

Back for its fourth instalment, Business Lincolnshire has now confirmed the return of its flagship #GoDigital conference next month.

Hosted at Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln, this year’s #GoDigital conference is set to take place on Wednesday 8th March. Open to businesses of all shapes, sizes, and sectors, this annual conference aims to showcase the latest technological developments and trends within the digital sphere, offering the most up-to-date guidance on how Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland businesses can begin to embed digital into their everyday strategies.

This year’s event is themed around the topic of ‘customer of the future’, explaining the digital trends shaping tomorrow’s customers and providing actionable steps which businesses can take to get ahead of the curve and secure their business’s long-term viability.

Delivered through a blend of keynote speeches, case studies, panel discussions and workshop sessions led by engaging experts within the digital field, this half-day event looks to the future, forecasting how the digital world will begin to influence the physical one in years to come.

Councillor Colin Davie said: “The #GoDigital conference acts as one of our most versatile event offerings here at the Growth Hub, and can provide valuable advice to many businesses, regardless of their sector. Digitalisation is the future, which is why it’s so crucial that businesses begin to treat it as a priority before they fall behind.”

This year’s conference will be hosted by Katrina Pierce, who is widely recognised as the voice of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Lincolnshire. She said: “I am a passionate advocate for SMEs and hope that this conference will help Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland SMEs address their skill gaps This conference intends to shed light on how digital technologies are impacting consumer decisions, providing local business owners with the information and tools they may need to future-proof their business in an ever-evolving digital climate.”

To find out more about Business Lincolnshire’s upcoming #GoDigital Conference, please click here.

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