Digital technology permeates every aspect of our lives, and the pace of this technological change is only increasing. How can brands and businesses stand out in this cluttered and fragmented media landscape? What works, and importantly, what doesn't? In this next Leeds Trinity Business Network session, we will be looking at how "old-fashioned" creativity and branding can play its part in the world of big data and bigger AI-powered marketing.
The BME Hub hosts another fantastic Black History Month event looking at "How Important is a History to a People"? And "How Important is an Individuals Past"? Exclusive interviews with Khadijah Ibrahiim author and poet and Founder of Leeds Young Authors and Joe Williams Researcher and Historian and founder or Heritage Corner, Caribbean food, market place of stalls and more.
Kerning The Gap is a collective of like-minded people who want to see more women in design leadership roles, hear their voices and be inspired to create change. The evening will begin with an intro on the background of Kerning the Gap by its founder, Nat Maher, followed by a Q&A.
Festival of Brewers is a brewer's market style event, showcasing eight small & independent breweries. The aim is to give these breweries a platform that isn't overshadowed by more well-known craft breweries, whilst giving beer fans a chance to try beer from breweries they may not have come across before!