Superfast broadband has been a success story for tile and heating specialist Martin Pocklington.
PAB Translation is a forward-thinking, multi-award-winning translation company with branches in England and overseas.
Claire Hall, creator and owner of Percy's Vodka Iced Teas, has opened the door to a number of great opportunities since first exploring the ecommerce market.
Thanks to Lincolnshire County Council’s onlincolnshire project, Octagon Technology and its customers are now able to work from home rather than in a traditional office setting, saving them money and time.
Can entrepreneurialism run in the family? Well one Horncastle family put it to the test after launching their new business, and ten years later it’s not only seen sales increase by 30% year-on-year, but it’s recruiting more staff and expanding into overseas sales.
Like many young entrepreneurs Nick Bray thought he had a pretty good grasp on using technology for his social enterprise business. That was until he attended a free onlincolnshire workshop which resulted in him radically improving everything from membership to marketing.
Director of Epix Media Will King talks to onlincolnshire about the effect superfast broadband has had on the business and how it's helped them to work smarter and reach a global marketplace.
Jonathan Kamminga, who works for a large multi-national computer company from his home in Deeping St Nicholas, has recently signed up to superfast broadband and is amazed at the difference it’s made to his work and family life.
As a wheelchair basketball player, 16-year-old Charlie Bonner regularly attends physiotherapy sessions to improve his performance on the court.
Networking is a really valuable way for business owners to build connections, expand their knowledge, gain new clients and tell others about their product or service.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport talk to Mark Hunter and find out how faster broadband has helped his community and business
With over 600 productions and an international career spanning over 21 years, there isn't much Riky Ash can't do.
Optima Graphic Design is a Lincoln-based creative agency specialising in branding, graphic design, web design and marketing. As a top 100 Design Week agency competing against other leading agencies across the UK, being able to communicate with clients nationally and internationally is essential.
N2 Enterprises attended a number of free workshops run by onlincolnshire to help them make better use of the internet and give their online presence a much needed boost.
A Lincolnshire inventor has teamed up with onlincolnshire’s Horncastle Technology Hub to create a new piece of technology that is helping the next generation of computer scientists create programmes while still at primary school.
AW Repair Group is now using Twitter to promote its business to a wider target market after attending an onlincolnshire Internet Marketing Masterclass.
The owners of Goltho Gardens near Wragby have found a cost-effective and techno-savvy way of taking card payments using an iPad and app.
Champion windsurfer Rob York has been making use of the GoPro video cameras available from the Mablethorpe Technology Hub.
At this year's LincUpLive, onlincolnshire live streamed the event, attracting viewers from as far afield as Canada and France. We also talked to a number of the speakers from the event, including Redg Snodgrass, co founder of Stained Glass Labs in San Francisco.
Budding chefs at Boston College have had their first taste of the world of professional cooking with a Gordon Ramsay-style cook-along using the internet.
The first ever onlincolnshire Digital Conference proved such it hit it became the second most talked about thing on Twitter nationally.
Hundreds of people logged on to the Internet to watch the Select Lincolnshire Food and Drink Awards on the evening of Thursday 7th February, which was broadcast live for the first time ever by onlincolnshire.
The Onlincolncolnshire team set up the 'Digital Pitstop' at the 2012 Belchford Downhill Challenge to help bring digital technology to the masses
A Microsoft Surface table, micro-chipped posters, a video postcard kiosk and 3D holographic images were just some of the technology on display at the Transforming Tourism event at the Lincoln Showroom.
How do you make historical documents, perhaps in a poor physical condition that are only available to view by a pre-arranged appointment, accessible to the wider world. It’s certainly challenging, but not impossible.
In April 2012 through the Onlincolnshire programme, Lincoln based digital agency Artsgraphica, working with business consultant Richard Lukey from CDI Alliance, undertook a review of the business. The objective was to consider how the business would develop over the next two years and agree an action plan to make it happen.
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