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Bournemouth University

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12:58 PM | 15 March 2012
by Adam Oldfield
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Adam and Donald from FutureRising started the event with some advice on how to get into the industry by networking and ensuring you stand out amongst the crowd.

We headed down to Bournemouth University for our first road show event of 2012: Leap into digital - an event full of advice, experiences and predictions of the digital industry.

With the live hashtag #Digital Leap running throughout, we were trending on Twitter (in the South of England) by the end of the day. And if that's not a measure of success then what is?

Want us to swing by your university with a bunch of cool speakers? Drop us a message and we'll see what we can do.

Kicking it off...

FutureRising's very own Adam and Donald kicked the event off with a little advice on how to get into the industry. It's all about networking and standing out.

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