The DigitalAgenda directory lists innovators using digital to make an impact, as well as organisations helping others to change the way we live, learn and do business. Submit your details here and we’ll publish.

Age UK
Age UK

Age UK provides services and support at a national and local level to inspire, enable and support older people.

ageuk.org.uk
Fuse at CAST
@age_uk
Alice SI
Alice SI

Alice SI uses blockchain technology to help charities raise funds based on impact. All donations are held in smart contracts on a secure blockchain, giving donors maximum transparency on the impact their money makes.

alice.si
Raphaël Mazet, Areti Kampyli, Jakub Wojciechowski
Ascension Ventures
Ascension Ventures
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B Lab
B Lab

B Corps are for-profit companies certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. Non-profit B Lab serves a global movement of people using business as a force for good. Its vision is that one day all companies compete not only to be the best in the world, but the best for the world and as a result society will enjoy a more shared and durable prosperity.

James Perry, Charmian Love
@BCorporation
Babihub
Babihub

Babihub is a smart monitoring system that keeps infants and toddlers out of harm in the home or nursery, by putting sensors in harmful areas where the baby might go.

babihub.com
Jonathon Hughes, Michael Curtis, Stelios Loakim
@babi_hub
Babylon
Babylon
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Babylon is ‘creating everyone’s personal health service’, by becoming the world’s first fully integrated mobile health service providing access to doctors. With the babylon app, you can talk to a GP within minutes via phone or video call, ask simple medical questions via its text service and monitor your health with our comprehensive tracking system. Babylon’s goal is to help people around the globe live happier, healthier lives. It has started with the UK and Ireland and will soon offer services to the population of an East African nation. It aims to put accessible and affordable health service in the hands of every person on earth.

Dr. Ali Parsa
Bethnal Green Ventures
Bethnal Green Ventures

Bethnal Green Ventures is an accelerator programme for people who want to change the world using technology. It invests in and supports great teams with new ideas to help build solutions to social and environmental problems through an intensive three-month programme. It’s a new way of supporting people to grow sustainable social innovations that have the potential to change the lives of millions of people.

Vicky-Marie Gibbons, Melanie Hayes, Anna Hyde, Paul Miller, Jessica Stacey
@bg_ventures
BriteLives
BriteLives

BriteLives is a platform that helps older people, their relatives and carers access nearby personal, household and community services.

John Coulthard, Arif Govani, Chris Perry, Stephen Taylor, Greg Broadbent, Bella Choyce
Bulb
Bulb

Bulb is a renewable UK gas and electricity supplier, claiming to be “the future of energy”. It was created by two friends who used to work in the energy industry and who saw the same problems at all the big providers. Bulb’s “fair and open” approach engages its community and offers its members one single tariff for electricity and gas. It’s a registered B Corp able to keep costs down by using tech and simply taking less profit than competitors.

bulb.co.uk
Hayden Wood and Amit Gudka
@bulbenergy
CAST
CAST

CAST, the Centre for Acceleration of Social Technology, is driving the growth of tech for good in the UK. We upskill and upscale social impact organisations and work alongside grant makers, investors and government to accelerate the use of tech for social change. Using a mix of incubation, investment and co-production, CAST supports the best early-stage ideas to achieve impact at scale.

Annika Small, Kieron Kirkland and Dan Sutch

 

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