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Are women and ethnic minorities avoiding the tech sector and where on earth would you find cupcakes created by AI? In the first ever Tribe Tech Podcast, the un-technical journalists Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan find the answers to these and other questions at Bristol's inaugural technology festival. They speak to its creator Nick Sturge and others who are taking part in what could become tech's next big thing in the south west.
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Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan speak to the winners of the Tech Southwest Awards 2019. We look at how tech companies are using their offices as hybrid spaces, how they're moving out of the lockdown and what one company in Bath did to fix a skills shortage in the digital sector. Listen now!
This week we're looking at whether businesses should change the way they work. Presenters, Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan talk to an expert panel about how tech firms might need to rethink their culture, as we think about getting back to the office - or perhaps not?
This podcast was recorded live at the Tech South West  Tech Gathering which was held digitally.  Our guests this episode are Ian MacFadzen - CEO of Plymouth Science Park and Wo King - CEO of Hi9, an innovative AI company based in Cornwall. This is our favourite episode yet!
The TechSouthwest Awards are coming this Autumn! Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan reflect on how different the event will be this year with the difficulties and tragedy brought on by the Covid-19 crisis, the lockdown and economic downturn. We speak to sponsors and steering group members to get a flavour of what to expect.
During week one of the Covid-19 Lockdown this special episode brings you advice on financial assistance, GDPR rules for home working and preparing for after the lockdown. Ben Travers from Stephens Scown and John Mayer from the Federation of Small Business are on with our hosts Robert and Feyaza.
In this episode, we look at the impact of coronavirus on small businesses and how they can still move forward in these difficult times, while taking care of their employees and the people who depend on them.
This episode looks at how the tech sector is facing up to the mental health crisis that so many of us endure. In an industry where long hours and stress is seen as the norm, how do we cultivate a healthy approach to health and wellbeing? We are in Bournemouth with Amy King and Nigel Winship from People Matter, which helps businesses encourage better mental health amongst employees. We're also in Cornwall, with Raphaella Fearns from Plotty, which is an online seed-swapping business.
How do tech businesses create opportunities for home-grown talent in the south west...but also keep them in the region? Get 'em young, is the consensus! Feyaza Khan and Robert Hillier speak to Exeter College who've just got £10m to create the South West Institute of Technology and the heads from digital creative agency, Elixel, who are also the founders of Digital Plymouth to get their take on the results of Tech South West's January 2020 report.
3: 2020: The Future

3: 2020: The Future

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Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan talk to Ben Travers from Stephens Scown, Anthony Peake from Agile Datum plus Dr Kate Schofield and Professor Mark Fitzsimons from the University of Plymouth about the year just gone and the one that's on the way.
More than two hundred people from across the region came together to celebrate the tech sector and recognise the best in class at the first ever Tech Southwest Awards. If you weren't there, have a listen. If you were there, this should take you back to a great night.
Are women and ethnic minorities avoiding the tech sector and where on earth would you find cupcakes created by AI? In the first ever Tribe Tech Podcast, the non-technical journalists Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan find the answers to these and other questions at Bristol's first ever technology festival. They speak to its creator Nick Sturge and others who are taking part in what could become tech's next big thing in the south west.
Are women and ethnic minorities avoiding the tech sector and where on earth would you find cupcakes created by AI? In the first ever Tech Tonic Podcast, the non-technical journalists Robert Hillier and Feyaza Khan find the answers to these and other questions at Bristol's first ever technology festival. They speak to its creator Nick Sturge and others who are taking part in what could become tech's next big thing in the south west.
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Chris Goodwill

Excellent podcast series focused on tech in the South West. As someone working in IT great to have a podcast relevant to local businesses.

Dec 28th
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