Excited to share DigiKind is a finalist for Start-Up Business of the Year, Southeast 2022.

Congratulations to all of the the finalists of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) awards. Check out all of the finalists here and give them a shout!

Since its inception, DigiKind has launched and led digital transformation projects: developing e-commerce websites, online directories and digital hubs, partnering with AI solutions and launching integrated branding campaigns. We helped a non-profit pivot to an all-online offering, hosted placemaking events, planned and executed innovation grant training to enable businesses to access government funding, developed films to shout about brilliant communities, and designed community engagement platforms and gift guides – all to build community.

We help our clients to create digital ecosystems that empower businesses and customers to create their own word of mouth economy.

We have provided training to over 150 businesses (and counting) and helped businesses access £800,000 in grant funding. (Read our case study here.) In 2021, our co-founder was named as one of the top 12 female entrepreneurs to watch in the Southeast by Business Magazine. She has been recognised by Small Business Britain as one of the UK’s 100 inspirational female entrepreneurs, and DigiKind was named a SmallBiz100 for Small Business Saturday. Our work was shortlisted by the Drum for PR and has been featured in the Times and the Guardian.

DigiKind fulfils a missing piece in the national conversation around reimagining high street rejuvenation by building community using digital transformation tools. Join us on our channels to feature your business, BID, non-profit, or council for free — and be part of our community.

About DigiKind 

We work with central government, local authorities, non-profits, startups, BIDs, and companies large and small to reach more people, focus on building community and drive footfall back to the high street. We are award-winning experts who know what it takes to execute high street reopening and recovery campaigns. Learn more at DigiKind.uk.