About the event:
In light of COVID-19, Leeds Digital Festival, which is the UK’s largest tech event, will be hosting its annual spring event online, with virtual events set to go live in April and the physical event expected to take place in autumn later this year.
Delegates will be able to log in online and take part in a number of sessions, starting on April 20th and ending on May 1st. From social media masterclasses through to SEO strategy, web development education and automation talks, the festival will cover all areas of digital marketing and strategy through an online platform.
Stuart Clarke is a Marketing and Communication Consultant, who has worked across a variety of sectors. He is also a Non-Executive Director and advisor to a number of startups, specialising in PR and communications, board advisory and early stage investment, as well as content strategy and delivery.
In addition, Stuart Clarke is also the Festival Director of the Leeds Digital Festival, which has become one of Leeds’ best known homegrown events. The annual festival pulls on Leeds’ sector strength in this area and is a true celebration of digital culture in all its forms, covering topics from data to fintech, digital health and arts.