RnR Organisation Digital WM™: Project 2020

Our plan for the coming years to 2020 should make a qualitative and quantitative difference to the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector in the Midlands.

We aim to develop and support a more creative and collaborative mindset amongst people working in and governing the VCSE sector so that they know how to use the internet and digital technology more efficiently in order to help their beneficiaries. This should also increase their efficiency and productivity e.g. automating repetitive tasks. We are […]

Digital Leaders week 2018: Running iSandwell Camp

RnR Organisation was pleased to be one of the partners in national Digital Leaders Week

Digital Leaders Week is a national celebration of opportunities, challenges and support for the digital transformation of Britain’s businesses, public services and society. Listing over 120 events (77% outside London) with 10,000 free places RnR was happy to help share, inspire, inform and build the UK’s Digital Confidence.  We were delighted to be in Sandwell […]

Make yourself easier to find on LinkedIn

This single tip makes you easier to find on LinkedIn - do it today!

I’ve been using LinkedIn, and advising people on how to use it, for 10 years. I use it to find phone numbers or email addresses, to check out business contacts I’ve just met or I’m about to meet, to search for topics I’m researching, to check my dashboard and/or to post comments and content (including […]

UKDigiStrategy consultation 2016: Response from Net Squared Midlands

The government is looking for ideas for its new Digital Strategy. Which of these are important for the Government's new Digital Strategy? Which of these impact most on the needs of the voluntary sector?

It’s a very open call for ideas, although there are four suggested themes. Introduction A group from the public sector and voluntary sector with an interest in digital transformation and digital growth in the charitable sector discussed this at our Net Squared Midlands: Tech for good event in Birmingham in January 2016 and responded with […]