Lincolnshire Tech Week 2018 highlights

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Lincolnshire Tech Week 2018 incorporating the Greater Lincolnshire Technology & Innovation Awards, as well as the Lincolnshire Tech Expo and Mastering Digital Conference took place from Monday, June 4 to Sunday, June 10.

The week of events organised by Stonebow Media and CityX returned for a second year — giving businesses in the county the chance to gain insight into latest technology with advice from industry experts, seminars, and workshops, alongside an awards ceremony.

Lincolnshire Tech Week, which was powered by the University of Lincoln and its Innovation Programme for Greater Lincolnshire, promotes and rewards existing businesses in the tech world, as well as to helping to educate and inform other companies looking to expand their knowledge and expertise.

Check out the flagship Lincolnshire Tech Week events’ highlights:


The Tech Meat-Up

The event saw more than 40 people come together to talk all things tech and also included talks from Mark Woolard, Commercial Director at EndemolShine Gaming and Richards Ardis, Managing Director at Global East Midlands.

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Lincolnshire Tech Expo and Mastering Digital Conference

Over 300 people attended the second Lincolnshire Tech Expo and Mastering Digital Conference at Lincolnshire Showground yesterday.

Part of Lincolnshire Tech Week, the Lincolnshire Tech Expo and Mastering Digital Conference took place on Tuesday, June 5 and saw 25 speakers, 30 exhibitors and 300 delegates come together to showcase businesses from across the county.

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Lincolnshire Technology and Innovation Awards

The fourth Lincolnshire Technology and Innovation Awards 2018, organised by CityX, celebrated the county’s most innovative and creative digital technology companies.

Some 250 business representatives attended the awards held at The Epic Centre, Lincolnshire Showground, as part of Lincolnshire Tech Week on Thursday, June 7, in anticipation of winning an accolade for their digital achievements.

BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s Melvyn Prior presented the evening, revealing there had been over 120 entries across the 19 categories with around 60 local companies and individuals making the shortlist for the awards.

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