|Digital Challenge 2014 - Open Call for Nominations|
|Written by David Brunnen|
|Monday, 17 February 2014 15:08|
Open Call for Nominations
Nominations are now invited for the 2014 Digital Challenge Awards programme.
The awards programme provides a platform for knowledge transfer and the recognition of the Projects and Teams that exemplify progress, innovation and forward thinking in the UK’s increasingly digitalised economy.
Across all economic sectors and in every aspect of public & private enterprise, digital innovations impact on people of all ages and from all communities.
Transformations in the way we all work and live are largely enabled by the design and investment in essential infrastructures – fixed and mobile broadband connectivity in both urban and rural environments.
In addition to great examples of infrastructure and connectivity, the Next Generation Digital Challenge awards programme reaches beyond those projects to celebrate innovative endeavour in practical applications. The scope for 2014 may include greater emphasis on Smart Cities, the ‘Internet of Things’, Broadband Network Quality, Digital Inclusion, eHealth, Energy Management & Sustainability and Community Cultural Developments.
Nomination is easy and free of charge.
Anyone can nominate any project or team they feel deserving of wider recognition. Simply complete this simple Digital Challenge Nomination form. The data will be held in a secure database and not shared with any third parties.
The Open Call for nominations will close on Friday 30th June. A short-list of Finalists for each Awards category will then be invited to enter the final round: – a submission to a prestigious and independent judging panel. Finalist participation is also free of charge.
The 2014 results will be announced, and trophies awarded, on 11 November at the annual Next Generation conference dinner and awards ceremony. Further information, links to previous Awards Winners and an on-line nomination form is available at NextGen.
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