Digital accelerator sessions
Gain the tools, insights and confidence to guide your organisation through its digital revolution, with support from Keele University.
Are you a Staffordshire or Stoke-on-Trent SME that would like to know more about digital transformation and how it could help your business?
Have you heard the terms data analytics, fast-changing technologies and digitalisation but don’t fully understand the part they have to play in your company or your company’s growth plans?
If you answered yes to either question, our fully-funded digital support sessions could be the solution you're looking for.
During our two-day in-person workshop, a team of expert speakers linked to Keele's Digital Society Institute will provide you with the tools, insights and confidence to understand and embrace digital technology, as well as highlighting the benefits it can bring to your business.
Key support areas
The Digital Accelerator sessions will cover a wide range of important topics, such as:
- Technology – find out how your business can embrace fast changing tech
- Data – learn what to do to harvest, manage and get the most out of your date
- Data Security – learn all about GDPR and how to keep your data safe
- Experts – our team have the knowledge, skills and expertise to help you manage your data
- Tools – we’ll give you the tools needed to digitally transform your business
By the end of the sessions, you will have:
- Completed a data health check highlighting actions that could help you in the future;
- Understood what data analytics are and how they can help you;
- Discovered how data can be used to help inform key decision-making;
- Identified which of your data is underutilised, and how to use it both ethically and responsibly;
- Have the confidence to lead your own digital transformation programme.
Innovation Centre 7 and its associated programmes are part-funded through a suite of funders including the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) (as part of the England 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) Growth Programme), the Research England Development Fund, and UK Government funding through the Getting Building Fund.