DigiEnable's Liz Speaks at Chorley Council Annual Business Event
Liz was invited to the Chorley Council's Choose Chorley Annual Business Networking event at the new Strawberry Fields Digital Hub, to speak about Digital, Digital Businesses in Lancashire and Chorley and the Future of Digital.
Liz joined a panel of fellow local business owners and academics including Jeremy Coates (Magma), Martin Rothwell from UCLAN and Paul Croft from Ultimaker. We also heard from Chorley Council's Leader Alistair Bradley and Swap Shop and Tomorrows World famed, Maggie Philbin OBE.
When asked about the event, Liz shared...
DigiEnable Women in Tech Win at Inspire Awards
Last month saw the Bolton Whites hotel fill with a huge number of ladies and guests for the 2019 She Inspires Awards 2019. A range of awards up for grabs including Women in Business, Women in Education and Women in Non-Profit, as well as seeing a “He for She” award for guys who are positive allies for Women in the world, and the previously named Women in IT, now Women in Technology award.
Liz received a Highly Commended She Inspires Women in Technology award for her work, not only here at DigiEnable, but for all the international speaking she does, along with spending most of ...Continue Reading
Press Coverage for DigiEnable - Tech isn't just for men and geeks
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 s...Continue Reading
5 Year Celebrations with Famous Cartoonist for Dementia Charity Chorley
DigiEnable placed 29th in the UK's Digital Leaders 100 list
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 excit...Continue Reading