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NextGen15 Digital Challenge Awards sponsored by ITS Technology Group

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Chi Onwurah MP host for the NextGen 2012 Challenge Awards during the presentation evening at the House of Commons Members' Dining Room on 8 October 2012


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Digital Challenge Awards


The NextGen Digital Challenge Awards celebrate innovation, success and leadership in the UK’s digitally transformed economy. The awards are the UK’s prime showcase - the Oscars - for the best in next generation digital innovation. Since their inception in 2011 we have awarded ground-breaking projects from all over the British Isles. The Awards are not for profit and are judged by a distinguished panel of independent judges. This year the awards will take place on 13 October at the House of Lords Terrace and Cholmondeley Room - hosted by the Earl of Erroll.

2016 Open Call Launched

The Earl of Erroll and Richard Hooper CBE Edgar Aker and Carolyn Kimber Roy Shelton - Group CEO ITS Technology Group Northumberland County Council Peers' Dining Room - House of Lords Susie Ruston McAleer - 21c Consultancy Peers' Dining Room - House of Lords Matthew Hare

Now in its 6th year, the NextGen Digital Challenge Awards Programme identifies and honours achievements and digital endeavour from across the British Isles. Every year we run an Open Call seeking innovative and inspiring examples of projects and teams who deserve wider recognition.

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Suggested 2016 Awards Categories (final categories will be informed by nominations received):

Smarter City Developments; Urban and/or Rural Network infrastructure; Digital Inclusion & Universality; Digital Skills Development & Education; Municipal Enterprise; Digital Health; Open Data Projects; Digital Innovation; Collaborative (or Sharing) Economy; Quality of Experience metric development and Sustainability

Picture caption: Ben Brown from the Tinder Foundation receiving the Digital Skills Award 2013 from Sarah Bridges - Director Go ON UK

To discuss the 2016 awards please contact David Brunnen: