Kirklees Business Week – brought by the Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce – is fast approaching.
And as part of the part of the activities, the Media Centre at Northumberland Street in Huddersfield is hosting a breakfast session with BBC Future Media from 8.30am to 10am on Thursday, October 16.
The BBC works with suppliers all around the UK to improve the value and quality of its digital services. But what are they looking for? How can you get a foot in the door? And why would you want to be a BBC supplier anyway?
Richard Smith, head of market engagement, and his colleagues from BBC Future Media, will outline the opportunities available to designers, application and interactive TV developers and other digital suppliers at this event. They will also answer questions on how to apply to the next round of the BBC’s Digital Services Framework.
Brent Woods, Media Centre chief executive, said: “The BBC is one of the UK’s leaders in digital innovation.
“The purpose of events like this one is to break down those perceptions and to ensure the BBC is aware of the breadth of talent and skills we have here in Kirklees.”
Places are free, but are now limited. Prospective attendees are urged to book as soon as possible at www.kirkleesbusinessweek.co.uk or by gpoing to email@example.com