Businesses are invited to a digital conference in July courtesy of Business Lincolnshire.

Greater Lincolnshire businesses are invited to the latest digital conference courtesy of Business Lincolnshire in July.

There will be a host of speakers, engaging demonstrations and interactive polls at what promises to be an impressive display of digital discovery. The event will be hosted by BBC Click technology reporter Kate Russell, who will be taking a look at what the future of digital business holds and the exciting developments taking place in our area.

The #GoDigital18 Conference on Wednesday 18th July 2018 in the Isaac Newton Building at the University of Lincoln will offer local businesses the chance to get involved and share challenges they have faced with digital technology and the successes they have had implementing digital programmes and processes. They will also be able to share the positive results that digital technology can have for small and medium sized businesses.

Samantha Harrison, Head of the Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub, said: “We are very excited to see a whole host of local businesses getting involved and showing enthusiasm for what the future holds in business and digital technology. It provides the chance to ask questions and to see the latest digital technology and how it can be used to increase productivity, streamline processes and generally ensure the efficient running of businesses.”

The conference also offers the opportunity for a live question and answer session with a panel of industry experts exploring the future of technology and the vision for the next ten years.

The digital sector is one of the fastest developing sectors in Greater Lincolnshire, worth £779 million, and this event is a great opportunity for businesses to understand how they can adopt digital processes to enable innovation, become more efficient in business operation and support business growth.

For further information or to book a place at the #GoDigital18 Conference, visit the Business Lincolnshire event page or email Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis, so book early.