Free Emerging Technologies Seminar in Leeds

Techmesh logoBusiness owners and managers in the Yorkshire and Humber region will be able to learn more about emerging digital technologies at a free breakfast seminar being held by the region’s only dedicated Telecoms and IT B2B support network, techmesh. The seminar is being held on Tuesday 19th July at the Rose Bowl, lecture theatre D, Leeds Metropolitan University.

The event, which runs from 8.00 am to 10.30 am, will provide an opportunity for companies to hear from industry experts about advancements in technologies that will impact on the way companies do business, from sales boosting technology in the retail sector, to the positive effects of going green.

Presenting at the seminar will be Trevor Higgins, BT partnership director GB regions, Leeds based Digital Media Projects with their innovative low cost solution for digital signage – the solution can create up to the minute special offers in store within minutes – Very PC with their green technology solutions and the impact they are having on business processes. The University of York IT Academy will also be presenting an overview of Microsoft Office 365 and why the future of computing will be based on a combination of tablets and cloud based services.

There will also be a networking opportunity for attendees after the event.

The seminar is free of charge to attend for members, associates, sponsors and Chartered Management Institute members. Non-member attendees will receive their first event free of charge.

To register or for further information, please contact the techmesh team on 0113 384 5641 or visit

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