Featuring twelve inspiring speakers over one incredible day, Dots 2017 was the biggest and best yet. Whether you attended the event, or if you missed out this year, we’ve published the videos of every talk so you can revisit and catch up on the stories.
Find the links to all of the talks below – from Becky Parker opening the day discussing how to get young people involved in real-world science programs, to Bradford Literature Festival’s Syima Aslam closing the show with a talk on cultural access and how we can change the narrative to improve it.
- Becky Parker, IRIS: Where’s your homework? It’s in space Miss
- Muriel Lotto, Western Union: Digitizing a 165 year old brand
- Bruce Daisley, Twitter: Changing the Rules of Work: How lessons about the brain can help us re-engineer work to be more rewarding and happier
- Neil Perkin, Only Dead Fish: Building the Agile Business
- Amanda Azeez, NSPCC: To children, online friends are real friends. Online life is real life
- Gemma Cairney, Writer & Broadcaster: OPEN: a toolkit for how magic and messed up life can be
- Robin Christopherson, AbilityNET: Embracing inclusive marketing in an age of extreme computing
- Wendy Aitken, Global FMCG expert: Digital Transformation: A story of building skills at scale
- Sam Linter, Bolney Estate: Grape expectations: the challenges of creating award-winning English wine
- Craig Hepburn, Tata Communications: Everyone has a plan, until they get punched in the mouth
- Sam Conniff, Livity: Be More Pirate. Survive Disruption / Cause Rebellion.
- Syima Aslam, Bradford Literature Festival: Changing the narrative about who can access culture
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