We’re here to provide you with expert insight and thought-provoking discussions on how technology is aiming to help preserve our environment and battle the massive and urgent issue of climate change. We’ll be running regular meet-ups with a range of lightning presentations, round-room debates and panel discussions from some of the South West’s leaders in Green Technology.
Definition of Green Tech: Where technology enables a positive improvement in greening our environment. This includes innovative apps, software, systems and tech initiatives that promote sustainability, regeneration and renewability.
The events are open to anybody interested in the developments of GreenTech locally. Predominantly aimed at a technical audience, we welcome everyone from seasoned professionals looking to learn something new to people new to the tech scene and simply looking to grow your knowledge.
Zone Digital are kindly providing the venue and refreshments for our launch event which will take place at 6:00 pm on the 27th of February.
Expert speakers confirmed (so far) are:
Matt Thurling, Founder of Sapling Technologies
His Topic: ‘Tackling Decarbonisation with Artificial Intelligence and Common Sense’.
Matt is an entrepreneur and developer who likes to use his diverse skills to tackle problems worth solving. He has led groundbreaking projects for EMI, Deloitte, EA Games and Greenpeace, to name a few, has launched and exited education companies and has been CTO of tech startups. Matt’s latest venture, Sapling, is using machine intelligence to tackle the challenge of decarbonisation.
Chris Wallace – Member of Bristol Tree Forum
His topic: ‘bristoltrees.space: Mapping the Trees of Bristol’
Chris is a member of the volunteer group Bristol Tree Forum which campaigns for urban trees in Bristol. Founded by a councillor to act as an interface between citizens and the Bristol City Council, BTF aims to agitate for retention and planning of urban trees, to work towards the target to double tree canopy by 2046 and via https://bristoltrees.space/Tree/, provide a public knowledge-base of urban trees. Chris is a retired UWE computing lecturer and a member of Bristol Hackspace and Bristol Open Data.
Katherine Piper – Director of Future Economy Network
Her topic: ‘Introduction to Future Economy Network and Upcoming Events’
Director of The Future Economy Network (part of The Future Economy Group). FEN is an Events & Communications service, delivering sustainability events & networking opportunities whilst providing an invaluable mechanism for strategic communication to help the growth of your sustainable business. Katherine is also a Director of Bedminster Energy Group.
**Additional Speaker TBA**
**Additional Speaker TBA **
60-second intro’s! – A chance for anyone working on a GreenTech project to share with the group.
See you there!
Blending our internal data and knowledge, we’ve created an informative guide to Data Science employment that contains typical skill sets in demand, key trends within the sector, salary benchmarks and retention strategies within Data Science.
Given that we speak with so many data scientists on a daily basis, we’ve created a rough guide that should be of use to those working within Data Science or looking to get into this career path.
Here, you can download our Data Science Employment guide.
Whether you are an employer, an employee, a business considering setting up a data function, you are growing your team, or are simply reading with interest – we hope you find the insights useful.
Within the Technology sector, salaries are never stagnant, trends are consistently on the up. Here, we wanted to share some average salary insights into the Cyber Security career path, for what is typical here in the South West.
Our knowledge is your knowledge, so whether you are an employer, an employee or a business here in the South West, we hope you find the insights useful.
Here: our Cyber Security Perm Salary Guide 2020.
Additionally, you can find out more about a career within Cyber Security this way.