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Event Details

  • Start Date:5th February 2019
  • Start Time:11:30 am
  • End Date:5th February 2019
  • End Time:15:00 pm
  • Location:The Principal Hotel, Oxford Street, Manchester, M60 7HA
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Talent Day Registration (Student + Jobseeker)

Talent Day is the largest digital careers fair in the North and a must-attend event for anyone looking to work in the digital, creative and tech industries. Tickets to Talent Day are completely free of charge and are open to anyone looking for a job in digital or tech in the North West!

Over 50 of the North West's leading digital, creative and tech companies will be at The Principle Hotel, Manchester on Tuesday February 5th 2019 scouting for the best talent to come and work for them. There will be career opportunities in development, design, project management, digital marketing, UX and much more.

There will be seminars; workshops and panel discussions from digital businesses, talking about their placement programmes and graduate initiatives as well as clinics telling you how to apply and how to stand the best chance of being selected.

Please make sure that you book your place on the CV clinic when registering your attendance. Places are very limited! The clinics will be run by industry talent & recruitment specialists who will be able to offer practical guidance and advice on how to enhance your CV and employability status.

If you're still in education, don't forget that you can join Manchester Digital for free. To find out more and to sign up please click here.


Auto Trader and BJSS are headline sponsors of the Digital Skills Festival. Moneysupermarket GroupGCHQ and Manchester Metropolitan University are also sponsoring the five-day event. Attendance at the Conference is free and open to any digital business or education provider. Please note that places are very limited so if you book a ticket and you can no longer attend, please let us know so that we can reallocate your ticket.

If you'd like to join them as a sponsor, please click here to find out more. 

About our Sponsors 

Auto Trader 

We’ve built a business that is centred around its people, and we’re proud of our inclusive and progressive culture. Our tech and data expertise make us one of the UK’s leading companies and we were named one of the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2018.

We're not simply a website that allows people to buy and sell vehicles. through the evolution of our digital platforms and innovative data products we make the process of buying and selling cars easier for consumers, retailers and manufactuerers. 


BJSS ( is the UK’s largest privately-owned I.T. and business consultancy. With over 25 years' software development and IT advisory experience, the company is renowned for technical excellence, cost-effective delivery and its proven BJSS Enterprise Agile approach.


At Moneysupermarket Group we invented price comparison and now we are ready to re:invent the market with our tech teams, constantly looking for new and better ways to help people save money by connecting them to the right advice and the best deals. To do this we are changing the way we work, connect and grow our current and future talent.


GCHQ is the UK’s Intelligence, Security and Cyber agency. Our purpose is to keep the country and it’s people safe in the real world and online. We work with our partners in Government to counter threats to the UK such as terrorism, serious crime and cyber attack. We also support the armed forces deployed overseas. From WWI to the present day, GCHQ has been bringing together the best minds with the latest technology to protect our nation for 100 years.

Manchester Metropolitan University 

The School of Digital Arts (SODA) will be a purpose-built, interdisciplinary school opening at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2021. This is a £35m investment into the workspaces, networks, teaching and research that will drive ideas and innovation across all forms of creative content. Find out more at:

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