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Welcome to the Sheffield Digital Podcast. Join host Iain Broome as he finds out the latest news coming out of the exciting digital industries in the Sheffield City Region. With co-hosts Mel Kanerek and Chris Dymond, each month they discuss techie topics and interview special guests. Join the Sheffield Digital slack group https://sheffield.digital/slack/ to suggest topics and to put forward questions. Follow the show @SHFDigital on Twitter.
 
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Mel follows-up with Dan and Andrew from Airship, delves into some Sheffield history and finds out the highs and lows of reinventing a tech business. If you listened to Episode 72 of this podcast, you will have heard us chat with two very successful start-ups: Mina and Airship. You will also have discovered that Airship isn’t really a start-up; the …
 
In episode 73 of the Sheffield Digital podcast we talk to Natalie Ward, City Manager for CityFibre. We’re also joined by Giorgio Cassella, Head of Marketing at Evoluted and founder of Afterwork.gg, and Adam Jessop, founder and CEO of Endpoint Gaming. First up, we ask Natalie about how she got into working in broadband connectivity, what changes she…
 
In the first half of episode 72 we discuss product development and scalability, working remotely and hiring during national lockdowns, Sheffield as a tech business location, how to encourage people to enter careers in tech, and diversity in the industry. And here are our guests: Julian Cole, Lead Developer, and Andrew Whiteley, Director, from Airsh…
 
In episode 71 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast we speak to Kathy Loizou, Co-founder and Director of The Children's Media Conference, and we're also joined by Alex Amsel, award-winning game developer and blockchain expert. In the first part of the episode, Kathy fills us in on the history of The Children’s Media Conference, how it’s adapted during C…
 
In episode 70 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast, Iain and Mel share the news that the podcast is going on a short pause. But more importantly, we want your feedback on how we can make it much better. What kind of feedback are we talking? Well, we’ve been recording since 2017 and we’ve had a fairly consistent interview/news format throughout. This la…
 
In this final episode of 2020, Iain, Mel and Chris look back on what has been a year of unique challenges for Sheffield's digital businesses and community members. After sharing a few personal reflections, we turn to the kinds of difficulties the community has faced, as well as the different ways people have used their creativity and generosity to …
 
In episode 68 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast, we are joined by Ivan Phelan, Senior Research Fellow at Sheffield Hallam University who specialises in using VR for healthcare, and Jake Habgood, Director of Education Partnerships at Sumo Digital. It was great to have Ivan and Jake with us to discuss using games and VR in various healthcare settings,…
 
In episode 67 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast we look ahead to the Sheffield Digital Festival with four of our fantastic event organisers. They talk us through what they have planned for their events and and their approach to doing it all virtually. And here are our guests: Amanda and Simon Cookson from Northern Value Creators Tim Latham from Data…
 
In episode 66 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast we speak to Tracey Johnson and David Akeroyd from Barnsley DMC and Barnsley College respectively. They tell us all about DMC2, a new space for companies to scale up, co-work and enjoy a thriving community. It was great to hear all about the digital scene in Barnsley from Tracey and David. Despite COVID…
 
In episode 65 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast we speak to Dean Sadler, founder and CEO of TribePad about his plans to make the company climate positive. Plus there’s the usual round up of news, events and exciting information. In the first part of the episode, we speak to Dean about some of the data captured by TribePad recruitment software over t…
 
In episode 64 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast, Mel and Chris share some updates from the city’s digital sector. It’s one of those shows for you to catch up on all the news and hear what’s coming in the community. Topics and exciting information covered includes: the Sheffield Digital Festival re-boot (Nov 16–22) the Council is asking videos in a b…
 
In episode 63 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast, we speak to people from three different companies to hear how they are approaching the return to office working. Or maybe they’re not! A little spoiler there. The show features: Dan Kirby, Co-founder of The Tech Dept. Sarah Mackie, Head of HR at Zoo Digital Mai Mai Lam, Director of HR Operations and S…
 
In episode 62, we speak to Mark Mobbs from Marketing Sheffield about the new Make Yourself at Home campaign. It aims to support local businesses and communities by offering a framework that helps us all shout about the city as it moves forward from Covid-19. Marketing Sheffield is part of Sheffield City Council and it was great to hear Mark talk ab…
 
In episode 61, Sheffield Digital’s directors Mel Kanarek and Chris Dymond talk about life in lockdown and how Sheffield’s digital sector has responded to the crisis. This is one of our news and update-type shows, so buckle up and listen in to find out what’s going on and coming up. You’ll hear about: Sheffield Startup Summer 2020 the AWRC Accelerat…
 
In episode 60 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast we talk all things freelancing with software engineer, Stuart Grimshaw, plus audio specialist and organiser of the Sheffield Collective meet-up, James Marriott. We’ve covered all sorts of Covid-19 related subjects over the last three months, so we thought we’d use this episode to focus on freelancers. …
 
In episode 59 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast we speak to Jonny Briggs, director of Field, Sheffield design studio and co-producers of the Sheffield Digital Festival. We talk about business during the pandemic and plans for a rescheduled festival later in the year. Like many companies, Field Design saw big changes earlier this year at the start of…
 
After a few interviews, episode 58 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features a chat with our new community manager, Sophie Wendell, and a catch up on what’s happening in the digital community. And what a start Sophie has had! The plan was for her to play a key role in organising and meeting people the lead up to the Sheffield Digital Festival. But …
 
This episode of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features an interview with three Sheffield-based folk who are 3D printing visors that can be used by healthcare professional in the coronavirus crisis. Tom Tobia is the founder of Makerversity, which provides work space, cutting-edge prototyping facilities, business support and more to 300+ members in S…
 
Episode 56 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features an interview with Neil Armstrong from recruitment software provider, TribePad. Neil talks us through some of the incredible data that has passed through their systems as a result of the coronavirus outbreak and its economic impact. Note: this episode was recorded on Friday 27 March 2020, so pleas…
 
Episode 55 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features an interview with Mark Gannon, Director of Business Change and Information Solutions at Sheffield City Council. We ask Mark about how the Council is taking on the challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak and its effect on the city. In our previous episode, we spoke to team members from Keebles a…
 
Episode 54 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features two interviews that will hopefully help you understand the COVID-19 measures put in place to support businesses, employees and people who are self-employed. First, we spoke to Carys Thompson, Catherine Wilson and Matt Ainsworth from legal firm and Sheffield Digital associate sponsor, Keebles. The…
 
Episode 53 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features an interview with the man behind the ever-popular and really rather handy @HelpSheffield Twitter account. The premise behind the account is pretty simple. Got a question or need information about Sheffield? Ask away, get a retweet from the @HelpSheffield account and be amazed at all the lovely pe…
 
Episode 52 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is sees Iain, Mel and Chris cover all the latest news and events happening in the city’s digital sector. Topics covered include: Sheffield Digital Showcase #6 an update on Sheffield Digital Festival 3Squared’s event on opportunities in the rail sector our new Community Manager role new workspaces opening …
 
Episode 51 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features the interviews from the Sheffield Digital Winter Showcase, which took place on Thursday 12th December 2019 at The Workstation. Our own Chris Dymond interviews the people behind five impressive digital projects recently developed here in the city. The purpose of the Showcase events is to get toget…
 
Episode 50 is here – hooray! Iain is joined by Mel to talk through some of the comings and going at Sheffield Digital and the city’s marvellous tech scene. Topics discussed in this news, events and exciting updates-style episode include: Barnsley College becoming a regional partner Tecy.digital becoming an associate sponsor an update on the Sheffie…
 
Episode 49 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features an interview with Phil Parkin, co-director of Content OD, a content agency that’s making changes they hope will benefit the environment and be good for business. Content OD produce videos, social campaigns and all manner of content. We speak to Phil about how the company got started and his own j…
 
Episode 48 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features an interview with Martyn Eggleton from UTC Sheffield and two fantastic computing students, Erin and Mercedes, who are fresh back from a successful World Educational Robot (WER) Contest. Sheffield’s young robotics students continue to reach and perform brilliantly at international competitions. It…
 
Episode 47 is fresh from the kiln and contains a marvellous round up of all the latest tech goings-on in Sheffield from directors, Mel Kanarek and Chris Dymond. Here’s just some of what they covered: Sheffield Digital Christmas Showcase The ”Keep a Seat Free” initiative Mel reports back from the UK Tech Cluster Group meeting in Cardiff Ben Atha’s e…
 
Episode 46 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast sees Mel and Chris talk to James Taylor from Roaring Mouse PR about their fantastic new initiative called Startupscale. What the heck is Startupscale? It’s a “pioneering two-year business experiment designed to accelerate the development of tech startups in Sheffield and across the North of England.” Esse…
 
This is a very special episode of the Sheffield Digital Podcast, as it includes all of the interviews from the autumn Sheffield Digital Showcase. Chris Dymond spoke to a collection of Sheffield’s excellent tech folk to present and celebrate some of the digital work produced in the city. Don't forget, you can also watch the talks as well as listen t…
 
Episode 44 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is up on the airwaves and features a great interview with Katie Fenn and Amy Benson, co-founders of Front End Sheffield, and organisers of the upcoming Front End Sheffield 2020 conference. Katie and Amy are both established developers and members of Sheffield’s digital community. When they and the Front E…
 
Episode 43 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is available now and features all the city’s digital sector news and updates from directors, Mel Kanarek and Chris Dymond. We kick off the episode with a series of good news items, from new Arts Council funding for Museum Sheffield to the good folk at Spaces Acero signing up for another year of sponsorshi…
 
Episode 42 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is out and this time we’re joined by Ben Carlin, founder of Megaverse and Immerse Sheffield, a meetup for people who work in immersive technologies. We absolutely loved this conversation with Ben. He shared his early experience in Cornwall and taking part in the BBC’s Robot Wars, before moving into the wo…
 
Episode 41 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is out in the wild and contains an announcement – that we’re taking on ownership of the Open Tech Calendar. This is a chance for you to hear Chris explain how this all came about and why we think Sheffield Digital can take the project forward. Since Sheffield Digital started, the Open Tech Calendar, which…
 
Episode 40 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast features a fascinating interview with Rohit Chakraborty from the Urban Flows Observatory at the University of Sheffield. The Urban Flows Observatory is a brilliant project that collects and analyses the city’s physical data. Rohit has played a big role in the project’s development with a particular focus …
 
Episode 39 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is available now and we’re shaking things up a bit. This is our first show where we separate our usual interview from the news and updates. And this show is the latter! In the first part of the show you can hear Mel and Chris talk about how things are going with Sheffield Digital (really well!) as well as…
 
Episode 39 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is available now and features an interview with Scott Burkinshaw, Tax Partner at Shorts and Head of Radius, the company’s new service set up to help tech businesses with R&D tax credits and innovation funding. It was great to speak to Scott about all manner of things, including the innovation landscape in…
 
We’re back after a brief summer hiatus with a brand new episode of the Sheffield Digital Podcast. We were delighted to have Katie Taylor, Sales and Marketing Lead at Kollider Projects, join us to share all sorts of exciting updates on the progress being made at Castle House. She gave us a fantastic overview of what’s happening on each floor of the …
 
This is a very special episode of the Sheffield Digital Podcast, as it includes all of the interviews from last month’s Sheffield Digital Showcase. Our very own Chris Dymond spoke to a collection of Sheffield’s finest tech folk to present and celebrate some of the excellent digital work produced in our fine city. Kisha Bradley, the founder of Brigh…
 
The Sheffield Digital Podcast is back and this time features a cracking interview with Bella Abrams, Director of IT at The University of Sheffield. This is the second time Bella has been on the show, so it’s fantastic to hear her talk about the work she’s doing since moving from Sheffield College. And that work is plentiful! Bella talks about how t…
 
In the latest episode of the Sheffield Digital Podcast we interview Jonathan Bray, Deputy Head of Digital at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), and Jamie Hinton, CEO of Sheffield digital technology company, Razor. Jonathan and Jamie tell the story of how Razor came to collaborate with the AMRC following an introductory event ran by …
 
Episode 33 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast has landed and it features a great interview with Sam Chapman, CIO and founder of The Floow, the Sheffield company using tech to make mobility safer and smarter for everyone. It’s a fascinating conversation as Sam explains the way data is used to improve road safety, among other things, and the way it’s c…
 
Episode 32 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast was recorded in front of a live audience at Spaces Acero, as part of the first Sheffield Digital Festival. We interviewed Hannah Chaplin, founder of Receptive, the Sheffield startup that has just been acquired by Pendo. We were so pleased to have Hannah on the show to talk about her journey. From project …
 
Episode 31 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is here and features an interview with Ben Atha, Director of MilkLab Media and founder of The Developer Academy. We talk to Ben about how the Academy offers Sheffield folk a new way to learn how to code and make a change in their career. From pricing to the importance of face-to-face learning, Ben shares …
 
Episode 30 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is now available and features an interview with Red McKay, CEO of Bossa Nova Robotics in Europe. The company set up shop in Sheffield in 2018 and we loved hearing Red’s enthusiasm and passion for his home city. From transport links and house prices to general quality of life, Red talked about why Bossa No…
 
It’s time for episode 29 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast! We were delighted to welcome Sharna Jackson, Artistic Director at Site Gallery and soon-to-be-published children’s author. Sharna has an action-packed background in arts, culture and all things digital. We spoke to her about her career so far, how she ended up in Sheffield and some of the w…
 
The podcast is back with a smashing episode that features our interview with Tim Brazier, who is Head of Service Design at Good Things Foundation and founder of Sheffield Design School. We talk to Tim about his career so far and how where we end up might not always be where we thought we’d go. It’s great to hear to Tim share the journey from projec…
 
In November 2018, our very own Chris Dymond interviewed a group of talented Sheffield kids and their parents, as they were preparing to head off to the World Educational Robot Contest in Shanghai. They were the UK’s first entrants and it had been quite a journey before they even boarded the plane. Well, now they are back from Shanghai with even mor…
 
Episode 26 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is here just in time for Christmas and what better way to sit back, relax and enjoy a nice break. This is something of a special episode, as me, Mel and Chris share some of our highlights from the last 12 months, before going on to look at what 2019 might bring. In the show, we take it in turns to answer …
 
We have a podcast special for you with episode 25 – it’s all the talks from the first Sheffield Digital Showcase event. If you couldn’t make it on the night or you just want to relive it all again, this one’s for you. What is the Sheffield Digital Showcase? We’ve long wanted to create a space for Sheffield’s companies and freelancers to present a s…
 
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