Ask the digital expert session from Digital Pathfinders

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This is your chance to ask the tech experts from Digital Pathfinders any questions you have about adopting digital in your workplace.


Part of the new Digital Pathfinders programme to help VCSE organisations break down their individual barriers to using digital technology, in this session we’ll be joined by experts who can answer your questions and tell you more about the programme and how to get free support for your charity. Topics we may cover include:

  • Do I need cloud storage?
  • How do I choose an IT provider?
  • How can digital help us reopen services and manage a hybrid team?

You might have questions specifically about returning to the office, reopening or redesigning services, or more general questions about how digital technologies can save you time and help you deliver your mission.

Whatever your questions let us know and we’ll help you make the right decisions for your organisation. Following the event you’ll have the opportunity to register for the programme and receive bespoke support through the workshops, seminars and one to one sessions we’ll deliver to address your needs.


Digital Pathfinders helps SMEs, charities and social enterprises across Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland to become more successful and resilient by adopting digital technology. 

The programme, being delivered by VONNE in partnership with Digital Catapult North East Tees Valley, Generator and Steam Digital, is part-funded by Digital Catapult and North of Tyne Combined Authority as part of the North of Tyne Digital Growth and Innovation Programme.

If you’re outside the North of Tyne area but are interested in the support the programme has to offer, contact

June 16th, 2021 12:30 PM   to   1:30 PM
Online via Zoom
United Kingdom

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