digital


Today the BCC releases the results of its digital survey on mobile connectivity. Businesses in all parts of the UK, particularly rural areas, are experiencing full or partial ‘not-spots’ in their mobile coverage according to the results of a survey released today (Friday) by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC). […]

BCC: Businesses across the UK hobbled by mobile ‘not-spots’


Culture Secretary launches Digital Strategy set to create a world-leading digital economy that works for everyone. Skills, infrastructure and innovation at the heart of new strategy to support Britain’s world-leading digital economy Includes a new Digital Skills Partnership and bold new pledges for millions of free digital training opportunities Backs the […]

Digital Strategy to make Britain the best place in the ...


1 Events Media (1EM) has assembled a panel of internet marketing experts for the forthcoming E3 Business Expo. Here, they will take part in a free question-and-answer session examining the latest trends and developments in digital marketing, and how businesses can best take advantage of them. A one-day business-to-business trade exhibition, […]

‘The Future of Digital Marketing’ Expert Panel to Host Free ...



Minister for the Cabinet Office Ben Gummer launched the government transformation strategy to improve online public services. Today (9 February 2017) the Cabinet Office publishes the Government Transformation Strategy, setting out how the government will harness digital technologies, skills and tools to transform public services and put the citizen first – […]

The future of public service: Government Transformation Strategy launched



Citizens Advice says Digital Economy Bill needs to deliver automatic compensation for delays Citizens Advice has branded the compensation system in the broadband market ‘deeply unfair’ as customers have to fight for a payout whereas suppliers are given it automatically. Suppliers are typically paid compensation by Openreach for each day […]

Broadband customers left out of pocket while suppliers are compensated