School of Business and Economics

Events

18 October 2017

Digital High Street Dissemination

Presented By Dr Fiona Ellis-Chadwick

About this event

Dr Fiona Elis-Chadwick Dr Fiona Elis-Chadwick

Working together to create Sustainable Futures for UK High Streets

Digital technology is changing how we live, where and how we shop and how we manage our daily lives.  At Loughborough University we have a special interest in the UK high streets and how digital is shaping and impacting our towns and cities. Over the last year we have been researching the effects of digital on high street in Gloucestershire; Warwickshire and Leicestershire. We would like to share our preliminary findings with you and gauge your level of interest in getting more involved in developing a digital programme across your region. We are working with local authorities and leading innovative technology partners to tackle the big question: how is digital affecting our high street economy? And more importantly, what can be done to ensure digital is helping support high street growth. 

We’d like to invite you to find out more about our programme and through discussion and debate plan how your region can benefit from further participation.  

Programme Schedule

12.45pm Arrival and Lunch 
1.30pm

The Future of Digital in Towns and Cities

James Roper IMRG
2.15pm

The Digital High Street Project

Fiona and Jonathan Hansford
2.45pm

Vignette Presentations:

Elephant wifi, Nominet, Just Park, Clockwork City

3.15pm

Digital Futures for Town Centres

Plenary panel discussion
4.00pm Refreshments and networking

 

Parking

There is a car park behind the building, allow plenty of time as they get full quickly. Enter campus via the West entrance, Ashby road A512, on entering campus, collect a parking permit from the security gate and they will direct you to parking