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Working Live! is a ‘live’ magazine show, bringing business experts and thought leaders together, to inspire and inform, delivered free to everyone.
Working Live! is aimed at both the business community and those transitioning jobs or those looking to re-gain employment.
Delivered ‘live’ through a simulcast platform, each programme will explore national issues, from a local perspective – bringing opportunities, enthusiasm and greater insight from others of how to encourage the business community and its workforce in the BCP region, and beyond, to collaborate more easily.
Every month the show will identify and share expertise in several themed areas of interest, offering high levels of rich media storytelling and viewer interactivity. Some areas of business that will be addressed include cyber security, sustainability, well-being at work, business clusters, trade and recruitment. There will be interactive and networking opportunities, as well as downloadable takeaways.
Working Live! is funded by BCP Futures campaign.
When is it on?
Three 20-minute pilot episodes of Working Live! are to be broadcast on
4th, 6th and 9th May.
Catch-up viewing will be available on this website.
Working Live! is being delivered by Bournemouth-based Limetools Ltd, in association with BCP Council. The company is headed by John Dale, a former award-winning programme- maker with the BBC, ITV and Channel Four.
This programme was born from a desire to bring people together, from the current and potential workforces,
across the BCP city region.
A networking opportunity that offers training and business insight, no matter who you are, or your involvement or affiliation with organisations or clusters.
Working with BCP Council, a need was identified. It was recognised that Internal debate between businesses in different sectors is not new, and is catered for well by many associations, chambers, and cluster organisations. However, current business exchange presumes some kind of focused membership criteria, and many stakeholders often find it challenging to reach out and fully engage with the potential future workforce in the economic and social discourse. Opening up the information flow and opinion exchange between our city region workforce and its job seekers could ease employment issues from several perspectives and has the potential to significantly support the local economic bounce back from the pandemic and the economic hit that that has been experienced.
We therefore want everyone to be part of this conversation to strengthen the networks that make BCP work.
You can register using the button below to attend the broadcasts.
The part you play will be essential to the success of the programme, as your feedback and engagement, interacting with our polls and voting opportunities or using the chat function, will help us gauge if we are getting the service right.
Neethu Stephen - Evalua8 Corp Limited
Sarah Sikuade – Web designer/developer
Georgia Bacon – Student
Tim Brown – Managing Director at Superior Seals Ltd
email@example.com / 01202 854300
Anthony Story – Silicon South
Andy Lennox – Founder of the Wonky Table & Fired Up Collective
John Dale – Dorset Cyber Alliance
Andy Gratwick – Founder Easy Riders
Russ Ritchie-Haydn – Fat Buoy Bellyboards
Amanda Reuben – Recruitment Consultant
firstname.lastname@example.org or contact via linked in
Adrian Thompson – Founder imageHOLDERS Ltd
Philip Broadhead - Deputy Leader of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (BCP) Council
Heather Kiel – Programme Manager Low Carbon Dorset
Captain Brian Murphy – Harbour Master
Chris Elms – Saltie Sports
Jacqueline Page – Vice Principal Bournemouth and Poole College
Adrian Trevett – Head of Economic Development, BCP Council
Carolyn Freeman – CyberPsychologist