Recently we were listed in the Female Founders 101 list for the work we do. That was brilliant! We don’t often shout about what we do, so when we get into awards, lists, or the press, we feel really honoured to be involved and included!
The female founders list covered some amazing founders and co-founders who are out in the technology industry doing positive, productive work, so to be included alongside these women, (some that I’ve been in awe of for years) is personally a great achievement.
Following this we had the fab opportunity of being interviewed by star journalist Natalie Walker from JPress – the company behind brands such as Lancashire Post and local Guardians and Reporters.
Amongst many other features, one she’s responsible for is the Lancashire Post’s Workplace feature. This covers a workplace ever week and a sneak peek behind the scenes. We were really pleased with the article and loved being able to share our passion for technology being for EVERYONE!
The feature was covered online https://www.lep.co.uk/news/digienable-proves-technology-isn-t-just-for-men-and-geeks-1-9013472 https://www.chorley-guardian.co.uk/news/digienable-proves-technology-isn-t-just-for-men-and-geeks-1-9013472 and also in that thing they call offline, in a real newspaper…
Big thanks to Natalie for doing such a fab article on us, and thanks to those of you who’ve been in touch to let us know you saw it!
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