The TechislandUK Initiative is designed to stimulate the debate about how to develop the Isle of Wight’s economy as a digital economy. We are supported by the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) who have part-funded this website and supported the development of the debate on the island through a Stakeholder Conference held in October 2016.
The project is fully supported by the Isle of Wight RSA Fellows Network. We have also been funded and supported by Coralesce ltd and Millimages SA.
The mission of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) is to enrich society through ideas and action. RSA believe that all human beings have creative capacities that, when understood and supported, can be mobilised to deliver a 21st century enlightenment. The RSA work to bring about the conditions for this change, not just amongst our diverse Fellowship, but also in institutions and communities. By sharing powerful ideas and carrying out cutting-edge research, the RSA builds networks and opportunities for people to collaborate – creating fulfilling lives and a flourishing society. www.rsa.org.uk
Coralesce Ltd is a an education and training business that undertakes national and local projects and research & development focused on leadership, enterprise and digital skills. The business is run from the Isle of Wight and uses technology extensively to collaborate with work teams across the UK.
Millimages is a leader in the European children’s entertainment industry. Best known for its creative designs and high quality properties, the company is recognized as a predominant producer with an acclaimed catalogue of over 500 hours of animated TV series and feature films. Millimages is also a fully integrated company with its own worldwide Distribution, Merchandising and New Media Divisions.