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Tech Champions’ Choice award

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Since the beginning of 2019, the Digital Culture Network Tech Champions have supported over 1300 organisations and individuals, had over 3250 one-to-one cases and more than 6600 of you have joined one of our events. Those numbers are so impressive because they show the immense dedication and drive of creative and cultural organisations, individual practitioners and freelancers to build their digital skills and capacity.

The Digital Culture Network team wanted the opportunity to recognise those organisations and individuals who, despite limited resources and working to recover from a pandemic, are committed to harnessing the power of digital technology and utilising it to better engage with and understand their audiences, streamline their process and find opportunities for growth. We also wanted to share their stories so they could inspire and facilitate others on their digital journeys.

Tech Champions’ Choice

The Tech Champions’ Choice award is a new category in the 2023 Digital Culture Awards which recognises outstanding commitment to digital skills development or implementation of digital technology to drive change within an organisation or by an individual.

Each candidate was nominated by one – or more – of our Tech Champions, for their commitment to digital growth. The Winner will be chose by the team, and announced at the awards ceremony on 29 March.

The nominees

Aakash Odedra Company – Nominated for their ongoing dedication to organisational digital development.

Blast Theory – Nominated for their bold approach to organisation-wide digital development.

Bristol Old Vic – Nominated for their commitment to digital investment and innovation.

Contact – Nominated for their data and mission-led approach to an innovative new ticketing scheme.

Coldharbour Mill – Nominated for their dedication to embracing technology to develop a relevant and sustainable future.

The Customs House – Nominated for their future-focused approach to growing their website audience through PPC advertising.

Josie Whitehead – Nominated for her commitment to digital skills development to preserve her legacy and connect with her target audience

Left Coast – Nominated for their agile approach to utilising digital technology to share their mission.

Maddie Spear, The Association of Festival Organisers – Nominated for her consistent commitment to using digital tools to support and engage their members.

Northern Print – Nominated for their data-minded approach to streamlining their digital processes.

Surrey Libraries – Nominated for their proactive and committed approach to unifying their social media output.

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