Jul 30, 2018
Only a few social enterprises that I meet are focused on the digital and online world - so it was refreshing to talk with Stuart Dillon-Roberts who founded social enterprise Digital Journey. The aim is to 'deliver digital projects and initiatives to support our goal of creating an environment where everyone has the opportunity to use, understand and benefit from digital services.' In this interview we talk about Stuart's background and what led to forming this venture as well as how they work as a social enterprise. We also discuss exactly how they can help companies and people to improve their online presence with an interactive assessment and resources.
More about Digital Journey (www.digitaljourney.org) the digital social enterprise.
We believe that a business embracing online tools, the Internet and digital services will be able to prosper, grow and compete in our increasing digital world. Our purpose is to build the capability and confidence in businesses to embrace digital technology and maximise the opportunity that digital services bring. We offer a range of free and paid services, including free online digital planning tools allowing small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) to create customised digital action plans, compare their digital use to similar businesses, prioritise what to do next and learn how to do it.
Our paid services include digital training courses for SMBs around New Zealand, 1:1 business coaching, ICT consultancy services, and partnerships to promote digital uptake in SMBs with a range of corporates and Government agencies in New Zealand and offshore. We love helping, please get in touch if you can help our cause or want to hear more about the services we offer.
Our free assessment can be accessed at: www.digitaljourney.nz
Our free knowledge base with free templates and guides: www.digitalresources.nz