Lancashire based digital training company DigiEnable have been recognised in the Top 100 digital leaders in the UK, at a gala event in London’s Congress Centre.
The Chorley based business was placed 2nd in the list of influential small to medium sized enterprises category and 29th in the overall list which included projects from local councils, NHS and BBC and was topped by lastminute.com founder, Baroness Martha Lane Fox.
The Digital Leaders 100 list represents organisations and individuals from a variety of sectors that are doing exciting and innovative work in the digital sector.
Darren Jenkinson, Partner at DigiEnable said: “It’s a huge honour to be recognised in this list amongst many others who we admire and have looked up to for years. DigiEnable has spent the last two years working with a wide range of charities, community groups and businesses to develop exciting digital projects which engage those who have not yet taken full advantage of the technology available to them”
“Technology touches almost every part of our lives now but many individuals and organisations still find it difficult to get past barriers such as access, terminology and in some cases, a fear of the unknown.”
“Our job is to take away that fear by delivering workshops and support in a friendly, down to earth manner with the learners interests central to the process.”
Liz Hardwick, also of DigiEnable said “We’re incredibly lucky to work with some amazing partners that make the work that we do possible. Just begin nominated for the Digital Leaders 100 list is an achievement, to place so high is incredible.”
DigiEnable is a digital training company based in Lancashire, working with businesses and organisations to develop the quality of their online presence. More information can be found online at www.DigiEnable.co.uk
The full list of winners is available at http://www.digitalbydefaultnews.co.uk/digital-leaders-100/winners