Tell me and I forget.
Teach me and I remember.
Involve me and I learn.

Since our first event on the 27th June 2000 we have created environments to offer opportunities to interact, learn, share and partner in the knowledge you are networking with peers.

Events are always in elegant private surroundings carefully curated to offer an ambience of openness and trust. Chatham House rules apply.

Our platform extends, enhances and builds on the best practice refined over 20 years of delivering great events. It offers greater opportunities to get involved and influence.

Digital10 is independent and responsive to member needs to create governance models and policies. These include best practice guidelines around member behaviour and activities for all stakeholder groups.

Members influence community development creating an expanding resource pool to meet their future needs for support and connection.

Members engage in activities which match their areas of interest and where the audience profile is a good fit.

It takes 20 years to build a
reputation and five
minutes to ruin it.

 

Warren Buffet

Trust

The foundation to creating a successful ecosystem. Whilst every individual is accountable for their actions and personal integrity, our role is to provide the framework for clear understanding of the environment and its interactions.

We have four mutually inclusive circles of protection to build a trusted platform for engagement.

Community Membership Trust Individual Activities
  • Eligibility is restricted to senior – minimum Director/Head
  • Organisations represent large and medium sized enterprise
  • To join any activity you need to be a member
  • All members are authenticated with regards to seniority and employer
  • Agree to adhere to House Rules re community, role, activities
  • Data is private and not shared
  • Profile data is only visible to other members through activities
  • Defined role for engagement with fellow members
  • Invitation only
  • Peer environment
  • Independent facilitator
  • Matchfit for meeting your interests and audience profiles
  • Balanced roles ratio so every participant receives value

Collaboration is a Round Table. No one can sit at the head of it.

Peers

The pace of innovation is accelerating, with emerging technologies transforming markets, blurring industry boundaries and introducing new stakeholders. Forging successful peer alliances will determine if disruption represents an existential threat or exponential opportunity.

Forward-thinking business leaders recognise the need to reach outside of their industry to forge new third-party partnerships, integrating core business functions with third parties and their platforms in increasingly intimate alliances.

Over 20 years we have gained much insight into delivering value for different stakeholders facing the challenges of massive disruption through balancing the need for…

… group diversity, to create a rich talent pool for collaboration

… group homogeneity, to create a harmonious environment for interaction.

Diversity and Homogeneity is achieved through:

Verification

Membership criteria around seniority applies to all stakeholders. All activities are restricted to members only.

Common Purpose

Join together around a specific market providing focus on an identified challenge/topic/issue/theme.

Balanced Audience

Carefully orchestrated to balance the different stakeholder perspectives and ratios to deliver value to all.

Environment

All activities have structured formats designed to facilitate high engagement, collaboration and provide accountability guidance.

Some Nice Comments

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    Dan Maisey

    Partnership Manager at Harlequins Football Club Ltd

    Thanks for having me. I thought the format was really very good, and enjoyed the opportunity to interact both in the breakouts and the Q&A’s. Timing wise, I can always do breakfast meetings a little earlier, but that may just be me!”

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    Kane Evans

    Commercial Business Intelligence Manager at Formula 1

    “I really enjoyed taking part and would be delighted to join any future sessions. Perhaps it was just our group, but I think the breakout session would have benefitted from being 5-10 longer, as time crept up on us a bit! I thought the format worked well though.”

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    Cate Wright

    Global Head of Customer Success – Financial Services at BAE Systems

    “Thank you for the invite to this. It was a session, one of the best I have attended since lockdown. The breakout session was great and the whole thing had a conversational feel to it which I found very engaging. So often I get a little bored on virtual sessions when I am being talked at for a long period of time, regardless of how interesting the topic or how good the speaker. My only feedback is that it could have been longer, I think you could have easily managed 3 breakout sessions with a coffee break between each.”

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    Lisa Livingstone

    Thanks for the invite – It was a really interesting debate. Zoom works well and the individual rooms were really with a nice balance of people. The balance of time was great to fit into the diary but as always you find you keep the discussion going once you are in the flow. I really like this new virtual way of interacting and bonus for me is no travelling so can still work this into my schedule :)”