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Thanks to Indycube’s support and collaboration, we thought we’d have a different type of event on Saturday March 23rd – a day workshop where all the speakers are female, but women and men are welcome to attend.

Again a free event, it takes place at Indycube Swansea, between 10am and 4pm.

We’ve 7 women speakers, all enthusiasts in different areas of digital activity.

With emphasis on the practical, we aim to bombard you with useful takeaways to help plan your own digital production in the future.



  • Kids And Our Digital Future : Sangeet Bhullar, digital literacy specialist and founder of Wise Kids.
  • DIY Blog/Site SetUp And Design: psychologist Philippa Davies on the basics of setting up a blog or site – and critical design decisions.
  • Blogging Globally: Laura Dunn, journalist and creator of the Political Style blog, on reaching USA from Cardiff Bay.
  • Content Writing For Fans : copywriting guru Juliet Fay on how to creatively attract followers to your niche.
  • Why And How Video Is Vital : digital hero nominee and video/tv producer Jess Hughes, on the value of video and guidelines.
  • How The Web Gave Me A Job : Esther Nagle of the Women’s Workshop on how two years of meteoric learning online has boosted her career.
  • Public Life, Big Numbers and Social Media : award winning social media manager Helen Reynolds from Ace Digital Comms and Monmouth CC on innovation in unexpected places.

    Please book here if you would like to come. Chris Bolton is catering a light lunch and he will need to know numbers.

    With thanks to them, this event is supported by the Welsh Government.


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