Bitesize chunks of top quality content to help you take your business to the next level. All before 9am.
Between homeschooling, Zoom meetings and Slack pings, it’s hard to find the time to learn something new these days.
We’re inviting experts to host short, sharp, go-getter sessions every other Friday morning – providing you with top quality content and tips that you can start implementing that very day.
Each session will consist of a quick introduction, a 15-20 minute expert presentation followed by Q&A, wrapping up at 9 am. Grab a coffee, learn a lot and get on with your Friday!
Accessibility: It takes everyone to build for everyone – Romaric Pascal
Friday 21st May – 8.30am
Tech permeates nearly every area of our lives, even more so during a pandemic. While technical products have the power to open up communities and link individuals to modern society, they can also leave people feeling isolated and left behind.
We traditionally think of accessibility as being an issue for developers and designers, but Romaric will offer an overview of what accessibility means for web development, and how it involves the whole team – from developers to stakeholders, through project managers, designers, content creators, testers…
He’ll give specific examples of what to look for to help you start improving your site or app’s accessibility right away.
How to become an investable entrepreneur – James Church
Friday 7th May – 8.30am
For many entrepreneurs, their dreams are limited by the cash they have available to build, implement and scale their idea. By understanding how to stack the odds in your favour – you will be able to secure the capital needed to achieve your entrepreneurial dreams.
James Church is the author of Investable Entrepreneur: How to convince investors your business is the one to back, and co-founder and COO of Robot Mascot, the UKs leading pitch agency.
He’s on a mission to stop great ideas failing due to poor communication and is frustrated to see so many founders fail to raise the capital they need because they’re unable to convince investors their business is the one to back.
James is passionate about working with founders to present a clear, concise and credible business case to investors.
James has been featured on numerous industry blogs and podcasts, has ran mentoring sessions at Tech Hub, Google Campus and Runway East, and delivered mastermind sessions for The Chartered Institute of Marketing, University College London and the University of East Anglia.
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