All this week on TechSPARK we’ll be highlighting a couple of event from this year’s Bath Digital Festival – just in time for you to sign up for the next day. If you’d like to see all the event hosted each day head to the BDF Website.


Wednesday morning at Bath Digital Festival

Is Google a Monopoly That Should Be Broken Up By Government?

10:30am – 11am, Wednesday 23rd October 2019 @ BRLSI

In this talk Tom Vaughton will look at three key touchpoints for the SEO community:

  • How did we get here? The history of search
  • Google the conglomerate/monopoly/monopsony – what does this all mean?
  • Should we actually care and who do we trust anyway?

Also on Wednesday morning:

Wednesday afternoon at Bath Digital Festival

Bath 2030: Fostering Talent for Our Future Creative City

2:30pm – 3:30pm, Wednesday 23rd October 2019 @ Guildhall

Looking ahead to 2030, what more can the City of Bath do to attract and retain talent, a key factor in increasing the development and productivity of the Creative Industries in the city? Join our panel to discuss the future of talent in Bath.

Also on Wednesday afternoon:

Wednesday evening @ Bath Digital Festival

Reboot – Digital Inclusion and Homelessness

6pm – 8pm, Wednesday 23rd October 2019 @ Saint James Wine Waults

Reboot is Homeless Link’s digital project in collaboration with the Good Things Foundation and Mind, aimed at ensuring people experiencing homelessness can access all the opportunities that are available in the digital world.

Chloe Morgan-Tyghe is a Reboot worker based in the charity Connect Centre in Wells, Somerset. Chloe is Bath-based and previously worked for Julian House in Manvers Street hostel. Her role is to work at developing partners across somerset with charities who are working with people experiencing homelessness.

Also on Wednesday evening:


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