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Podcast#9: Teentech “Inspiring The Next Generation”

The Berkshire Digital event in February 2013 featured this presentation by Roland Allen, Director of TeenTech. Roland is a Technologist with 33 years of experience at the BBC. During his time at the BBC, Roland has held a great variety of roles which have also included managing the BBC Blue Room which raised awareness of changing trends in audience use of technology to consume BBC output, Consultant, Lecturer and Project Manager, Broadcast Engineer and Recording Engineer. TeenTechevents giveyoung teenagers the opportunity to try their hand at experiments, leading edge technology and, most importantly to meet theengineers, technicians and scientists behind their 21stcentury lives. Filled with interactive activities, global companies, start-ups, Universities and institutions pool their energy and talent to show young people what life is really like in themodern Science, Technology and Engineering workplace. Berkshire Digital - Teen tech: inspiring the next generation from Berkshire Di...

36 MIN2013 MAR 4
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Podcast#9: Teentech “Inspiring The Next Generation”

Podcast#8: James Gurd “The Future of eCommerce 2013 and Beyond”

James Gurd is an experienced E-commerce Consultant & Owner of Digital Juggler, an e-commerce and digital marketing consultancy. He has more than 10 years B2C & B2B experience both client and agency side, providing e-commerce advice and support. James is a guest blogger at Econsultancy and Smart Insights, author of several industry best practice guides and co-host of #ecomchat, a weekly industry e-commerce Twitter chat. On 17th January, James joined us to present about e-commerce, mobile commerce trends using real-life examples, and digital marketing challenges that need to be addressed in order to satisfy the demands of an increasingly sophisticated audience. You can connect with James on twitter @JamesGurd, Linkedin uk.linkedin.com/in/jamesgurd or Google+. Podcast#8: James Gurd "The Future of eCommerce 2013 and Beyond"

46 MIN2013 JAN 20
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Podcast#8: James Gurd “The Future of eCommerce 2013 and Beyond”

Podcast#7: Steve Furminger “Emerging Mobile Trends”

So with 4G enabling faster video downloading onto our mobiles, albeit on limited frequency bands initially, we need to know what changes this will bring to the way consumers interact with brands. Steve will seek to enlighten us as to how the networks will react and what devices or sevices we can expect by Summer 2013. With cutting edge examples, fascinating insight into the future of mobile, and inspiring ideas for the application of emerging technology, Steve's talk for Berkshire Digital will be entertaining, forward-thinking and thought-provoking, helping you understand the role that mobile technologies could play for your business. Steve has over 18 years of experience across all major platforms in a variety of industries ranging from fashion, to sport to politics. He just needs to throw in a bit of religion into the pot and he's covered most topics of conversation. Previously at RAPP and currently multi-tasking as VP at video distribution and live streaming experts, Rightster; C...

44 MIN2013 JAN 20
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Podcast#7: Steve Furminger “Emerging Mobile Trends”

Podcast#6: Joe Edwards “Killer Content”

Our first event of the new season onThursday 20th September 2012 took place at Easthampstead Park Conference Centre withJoe Edwards,Digital & Social Planner atOTM, tutor on the Institute of Direct Marketing’s ‘Diploma in Digital Marketing’ course delivered his take on the hot topic ofContent Marketing. Joe gave examples and illustrations of compelling content, outlining the human emotions that will gain best response and sharing of content online. Joe set up his own Web and Digital Agency before going client side for a new challenge, where he changed his focus to digitalB2B marketingand deliveringmarketing strategy. In 2009 Joe moved to Hurricane, which was acquired by OTM in 2011 (part of Target Media Communications Group the UK’s fastest growing independent media and communications agency). Joe now works across the group as a Digital and Social Planner delivering strategy and workshops across a number of different industries, including entertainment, technology and finance. Cl...

35 MIN2012 OCT 1
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Podcast#6: Joe Edwards “Killer Content”

Podcast#5: Dr James Morris “Rewriting Shakespeare: the convergence of digital media, culture & education”

Former PC Pro editor, journalist, video producer and Head of Web Media at Ravensbourne,Dr James Morris joined us to speak at Digital Berkshire in July.This event was hosted in the charming country house setting of the Cantley House Hotel, Wokingham, with drinks sponsorship support from Kyan. For the last six months, Dr Morris has been working with The Royal Shakespeare Company, Cisco, educational network provider Ja.net, and the London Olympic Committee on a radical project that brings together multiple disciplines in an innovative way. Based around the play I, Cinna (The Poet), written by Tim Crouch, the project aimed to rewrite the way Shakespeare is taught in secondary schools. This was shot as a film, which was streamed to thousands of secondary school children around the UK on 2nd July 2012. For his Digital Berkshire presentation, Dr Morris discussed how this project illustrates a trend to much more interactive media and education. I, Cinna (The Poet) is a classic example of "t...

59 MIN2012 JUL 23
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Podcast#5: Dr James Morris “Rewriting Shakespeare: the convergence of digital media, culture & education”

Podcast#4: Philip Spedding “Culture, Consumer & Brand”

Arts & Business 'sparks new partnerships betweencommerce and culture' Director,Philip Spedding delivered a fascinating talk at our June meeting, held in the Recital Room at South Hill Park. Against a backdrop beginning in the 15th Century with the Medici banking family and their sponsorship ofMichelangeloandLeonardo Da Vinci, Philip Spedding fast forwarded through the last 500 years in Britain to focus in detail on the last 30 years ofbusinesses utilising cultureand the advantages of modern technology to achieve their business objectives. Illustrated with examples ranging fromSony Playstationat theV&A Museumto theAngel of The North, his talk demonstrated how people’s experience of culture is changing and how business can use this to fashion new relationships with their customers and the commercial environment. Philip has advised businesses ranging fromAmerican Expressin New York toDeutsche Bankin London andSamsungin Seoul and he has helped arts organisations across the UK. He is on...

57 MIN2012 JUN 26
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Podcast#4: Philip Spedding “Culture, Consumer & Brand”
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Latest Episodes

Podcast#9: Teentech “Inspiring The Next Generation”

The Berkshire Digital event in February 2013 featured this presentation by Roland Allen, Director of TeenTech. Roland is a Technologist with 33 years of experience at the BBC. During his time at the BBC, Roland has held a great variety of roles which have also included managing the BBC Blue Room which raised awareness of changing trends in audience use of technology to consume BBC output, Consultant, Lecturer and Project Manager, Broadcast Engineer and Recording Engineer. TeenTechevents giveyoung teenagers the opportunity to try their hand at experiments, leading edge technology and, most importantly to meet theengineers, technicians and scientists behind their 21stcentury lives. Filled with interactive activities, global companies, start-ups, Universities and institutions pool their energy and talent to show young people what life is really like in themodern Science, Technology and Engineering workplace. Berkshire Digital - Teen tech: inspiring the next generation from Berkshire Di...

36 MIN2013 MAR 4
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Podcast#9: Teentech “Inspiring The Next Generation”

Podcast#8: James Gurd “The Future of eCommerce 2013 and Beyond”

James Gurd is an experienced E-commerce Consultant & Owner of Digital Juggler, an e-commerce and digital marketing consultancy. He has more than 10 years B2C & B2B experience both client and agency side, providing e-commerce advice and support. James is a guest blogger at Econsultancy and Smart Insights, author of several industry best practice guides and co-host of #ecomchat, a weekly industry e-commerce Twitter chat. On 17th January, James joined us to present about e-commerce, mobile commerce trends using real-life examples, and digital marketing challenges that need to be addressed in order to satisfy the demands of an increasingly sophisticated audience. You can connect with James on twitter @JamesGurd, Linkedin uk.linkedin.com/in/jamesgurd or Google+. Podcast#8: James Gurd "The Future of eCommerce 2013 and Beyond"

46 MIN2013 JAN 20
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Podcast#8: James Gurd “The Future of eCommerce 2013 and Beyond”

Podcast#7: Steve Furminger “Emerging Mobile Trends”

So with 4G enabling faster video downloading onto our mobiles, albeit on limited frequency bands initially, we need to know what changes this will bring to the way consumers interact with brands. Steve will seek to enlighten us as to how the networks will react and what devices or sevices we can expect by Summer 2013. With cutting edge examples, fascinating insight into the future of mobile, and inspiring ideas for the application of emerging technology, Steve's talk for Berkshire Digital will be entertaining, forward-thinking and thought-provoking, helping you understand the role that mobile technologies could play for your business. Steve has over 18 years of experience across all major platforms in a variety of industries ranging from fashion, to sport to politics. He just needs to throw in a bit of religion into the pot and he's covered most topics of conversation. Previously at RAPP and currently multi-tasking as VP at video distribution and live streaming experts, Rightster; C...

44 MIN2013 JAN 20
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Podcast#7: Steve Furminger “Emerging Mobile Trends”

Podcast#6: Joe Edwards “Killer Content”

Our first event of the new season onThursday 20th September 2012 took place at Easthampstead Park Conference Centre withJoe Edwards,Digital & Social Planner atOTM, tutor on the Institute of Direct Marketing’s ‘Diploma in Digital Marketing’ course delivered his take on the hot topic ofContent Marketing. Joe gave examples and illustrations of compelling content, outlining the human emotions that will gain best response and sharing of content online. Joe set up his own Web and Digital Agency before going client side for a new challenge, where he changed his focus to digitalB2B marketingand deliveringmarketing strategy. In 2009 Joe moved to Hurricane, which was acquired by OTM in 2011 (part of Target Media Communications Group the UK’s fastest growing independent media and communications agency). Joe now works across the group as a Digital and Social Planner delivering strategy and workshops across a number of different industries, including entertainment, technology and finance. Cl...

35 MIN2012 OCT 1
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Podcast#6: Joe Edwards “Killer Content”

Podcast#5: Dr James Morris “Rewriting Shakespeare: the convergence of digital media, culture & education”

Former PC Pro editor, journalist, video producer and Head of Web Media at Ravensbourne,Dr James Morris joined us to speak at Digital Berkshire in July.This event was hosted in the charming country house setting of the Cantley House Hotel, Wokingham, with drinks sponsorship support from Kyan. For the last six months, Dr Morris has been working with The Royal Shakespeare Company, Cisco, educational network provider Ja.net, and the London Olympic Committee on a radical project that brings together multiple disciplines in an innovative way. Based around the play I, Cinna (The Poet), written by Tim Crouch, the project aimed to rewrite the way Shakespeare is taught in secondary schools. This was shot as a film, which was streamed to thousands of secondary school children around the UK on 2nd July 2012. For his Digital Berkshire presentation, Dr Morris discussed how this project illustrates a trend to much more interactive media and education. I, Cinna (The Poet) is a classic example of "t...

59 MIN2012 JUL 23
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Podcast#5: Dr James Morris “Rewriting Shakespeare: the convergence of digital media, culture & education”

Podcast#4: Philip Spedding “Culture, Consumer & Brand”

Arts & Business 'sparks new partnerships betweencommerce and culture' Director,Philip Spedding delivered a fascinating talk at our June meeting, held in the Recital Room at South Hill Park. Against a backdrop beginning in the 15th Century with the Medici banking family and their sponsorship ofMichelangeloandLeonardo Da Vinci, Philip Spedding fast forwarded through the last 500 years in Britain to focus in detail on the last 30 years ofbusinesses utilising cultureand the advantages of modern technology to achieve their business objectives. Illustrated with examples ranging fromSony Playstationat theV&A Museumto theAngel of The North, his talk demonstrated how people’s experience of culture is changing and how business can use this to fashion new relationships with their customers and the commercial environment. Philip has advised businesses ranging fromAmerican Expressin New York toDeutsche Bankin London andSamsungin Seoul and he has helped arts organisations across the UK. He is on...

57 MIN2012 JUN 26
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Podcast#4: Philip Spedding “Culture, Consumer & Brand”
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