DigitalAgenda is a publishing and events network, created to add impetus to the growing movement for tech for good.

We share ideas that look to make the world a better place, and work to connect good ideas to good money.

DA logo only_orange out of white_transparant bgWe also cover the digital downsides, asking questions about the impact of technology on issues like wellbeing, privacy, power and future jobs. There are unintended negative consequences of the digital age.

Our online and live content highlights innovation, reports trends and explains the difference that technology makes to our lives. And our events connect people face-to-face from our network of digital professionals – including at our annual Impact Awards and regular UK-wide ‘city impact’ dinners.

Read the DigitalAgenda manifesto for change.

We’re building a network of innovators, investors, policymakers and academics, UK and internationally. Our network comes from small and large business, government, non-profits and universities – giving us a broad and unique perspective from across the economy.

Among the senior figures to have joined us so far are Sir Tim Smit (Eden Project), Oli Barrett MBE (Cospa/StartUpBritain), Sherry Coutu MBE (Founders4Schools) and Mike Bracken OBE (Co-op/Government Digital Service) .

Our content-meets-networking approach takes a UK-wide perspective. We are located in London, with excellent contacts through our network in cities across the UK.

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DigitalAgenda is led by Julian Blake, a highly experienced journalist and event producer. He has been telling entrepreneur stories for six years, having worked in London covering the London then UK-wide tech startup scene.

Inspired by entrepreneurs and others working to create life-changing tech products and services, DigitalAgenda was born in July 2016, and has since been building content and running respected networking events.

DigitalAgenda is led by a team with wide experience in technology, enterprise, investment, events and marketing. We count among our supporters the Knowledge Transfer Network, Digital Catapult, Social Tech Trust and Berenberg.

Digital Agenda is published by Civic Conferences Ltd, The Trampery Old Street, 239 Old Street, London EC1V 9EY

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