Footprint Digital is Here to Help

Traditionally, Footprint Digital delivers exceptional free and paid Digital Marketing education workshops and courses alongside DIT, NAGH, BEST, and the University of Essex and Greenwich University, plus many more. Like others, our physical, face-to-face events have been postponed as a result of COVID-19.

We know that these are difficult and trying times for so many businesses, so we’re doing what we can to help. We ran a series of Digital Drop-In webinar sessions and continue to run and take part in lots of virtual events, until it is safe enough to meet in person.

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Online Events

We love to share. There’s nothing we love more than empowering and supporting those interested in enhancing their understanding of all things digital, especially now when digital has become more important than ever before. Below is the list of Digital Drop Ins that we are running. We would love to see you at these online events, so please follow the links to register online or contact our team if you would like to learn more or have other topics that you’d like us to cover.

Upcoming Digital Events

SessionDayDateDelivered byLocationPrice
LCAW: The environmental impact of the digital industryWednesday18/11/2020, 10am-12pmMarketa Benisek at an event hosted by Manifesto DigitalLondon Climate Action Week Online EventFREE

Previous Digital Events

SessionBroadcast DateDelivered byLink to View
The Digital Response to COVID-1924/03/2020Tom Jepson and Chris GreenView on the Footprint Blog
Working Effectively as a Remote Team26/03/2020Tom Jepson and Hannah MeadowsView on the Footprint Blog
COVID-19 - What Digital Agencies Need to Know27/03/2020Tom Jepson and Gary WhiteView on the Footprint Blog
The Digital Response to COVID-1931/03/2020Tom Jepson and Chris GreenView on the Footprint Blog
How to move your Events and Training Online during COVID-1901/04/2020Tom Jepson and Chris GreenView on the Footprint Blog
Working Effectively as a Remote Team01/04/2020Tom Bowden and Hannah MeadowsView on the Footprint Blog