May 7, 2013 at 1:24 pm in Digital Events, News by Tim Wilson
The Coastal Community Centre and the Lincolnshire Technology Hub launches Tuesday 21st May.
When: Tuesday 21st May between 10am and 3pm
Where: Victoria Road, Mablethorpe
Ribbon cutting begins at 11am
No need to RSVP, just drop in!
Exciting times! As part of our work with onlincolnshire, you are invited to the launch of a new digital hub to help residents, businesses and community groups access the latest technology for free. The hub will be based at the new Coastal Community Centre, a vital community resource offering [read more →]
at 1:06 pm in Digital Events by Tim Wilson
Where: Mablethorpe Business Centre, Friday 7th June 2013, 1pm-4pm
Today’s applications are increasingly mobile. Computers are no longer confined to desks and laps but instead live in our pockets and hands.
Did you ever want to design a mobile phone application for a specific purpose or just for fun?
Join Fraser Henderson from Kind of Digital for this informative and engaging walkthrough.
In a few hours, he will show you how with the dummies guide (no programming!) to creating a fully functioning, [read more →]
Feb 1, 2013 at 3:50 pm in Digital Arts, News by Tim Wilson
We are delighted to welcome Skinder Hundal, CEO of New Art Exchange, Nottingham to speak at the Making Revolution conference in Boston on Thursday 21st February. Skinder was in charge of the flagship NESTA Digital Arts Project, Culture Cloud.
More on Skinder below.
More info and to book on the event, click here.
Skinder Hundal is Chief Executive of New Art Exchange a leading award winning contemporary art gallery and arts organisation based in the innercity neighbourhood, [read more →]
Jan 30, 2013 at 11:03 am in News by Tim Wilson
onlincolnshire business survey – Technology Hubs (Jan/Feb 2013)
Help us make the business case!
We’re looking to develop a series of technology hubs in key locations across East Lindsey and further afield. These hubs are based around installing technologies and offering services which benefit businesses, like yours. These are exciting proposals but we cannot do it without you.
We need to know what you think! These developments are aimed at your business and we want to serve your needs. Be open, be honest.
Please tell us what [read more →]
Jan 24, 2013 at 9:33 pm in News by Tim Wilson
We are delighted that Lauren Howden and her business The Counted Sheep has been featured as a case study on the onlincolnshire website. Based in Mablethorpe, Lauren benefited from attending a number of our workshops in 2012 to help develop the digital part of her business.
Read the article here.
Visit www.thecountedsheep.co.uk or www.facebook.com/thecountedsheepto find out more. You can also follow the company on Twitter at@TheCountedSheep
at 12:52 pm in News by Tim Wilson
You may be aware that the Lincolnshire Echo have been running a ‘love local’ campaign over recent months – see below for info.
The upcoming months will have a digital focus which is right up our street! They are looking for stories which we will look to feed into.
Its aim is to boost county businesses by encouraging local spending and grow confidence by highlighting the hard work and successes which take place across Lincolnshire.
Crucially, Does your business want to get involved?
Do [read more →]
Jan 8, 2013 at 10:06 am in Digital Events, News by Tim Wilson
Join the “Making Revolution”
Thursday 21st February 2013, 10.00am-4.00pm
To book your FREE place, click here: http://makingrevolution.eventbrite.com/
On Thursday 21st February 2013, we invite you to Boston College to Join the Making Revolution.
The Making Revolution is a one-day event looking at how emerging digital technologies are transforming the way we make and create as businesses and collaborators. For example, how 3D printing is a fuelling start-ups in on-demand manufacturing.
The event will showcase the impact and importance of such technologies across industry [read more →]
Nov 25, 2012 at 10:15 pm in News by Tim Wilson
News release from Lincolnshire County Council
The EU has given ‘state-aid approval’ to Government plans that will see public money invested in improving broadband infrastructure.
The decision paves the way for the county council to start its roll out of superfast broadband acrossLincolnshirenext year. The council aims to bring superfast broadband to 90 per cent of properties by 2015, with a guarantee of at least standard broadband for the remaining 10 per cent.
Councillor Kelly Smith, Executive Member for [read more →]
Oct 15, 2012 at 8:41 am in Digital Events, News by Tim Wilson
JellyLincoln returns to @Coffee_Aroma on 24th June from 10am. #jelly #lincoln #ukjelly. We look forward to seeing you there for co-working, chat and collaboration.
Jelly is – co-working – collaborating – creativity – chat – coffee
What: Jelly is an event for solo workers, freelancers and office works wanting a change to come together to work and chat. Just bring your laptop, grab a coffee and get to work in a lovely friendly atmosphere with like-minded people.
Why: An opportunity [read more →]
Oct 5, 2012 at 11:21 am in News by Tim Wilson
Announcement of some new programmes from Arts Council England and The Big Lottery Fund.
The Creative Employment Programme
This new Arts Council England programme will support up to 6,500 new apprenticeships, pre-apprenticeships and paid internships (graduate and non-graduate) across the arts and cultural sector, with a focus on the Arts Council’s footprint; music, dance, theatre, literature, visual arts, contemporary craft, combined arts, galleries, circus, carnival arts, museums and libraries.
The programme aims to provide unemployed people aged 16-24 (graduate [read more →]