Show Sidebar Log in

Bristol to win Digital Challenge

Bristol is to build on its growing international reputation for e-communications and digital technologies and media by bidding to become the UK’s top digital city.

A partnership of business, community and city council leaders believes the city can win the government’s £7 million ‘Digital Challenge’, announced yesterday by Minister for Local E-Government Jim Fitzpatrick.

Bristol is already one of the top European locations for wi-fi network provision, digital technology research and development, creative industries and online service delivery, public consultation and democratic engagement.

Read more…

Bristol Wireless is taking an active part in supporting the bid and highlighting the value of our network, and our core activities, in helping to bridge the digital divide within the city.

2 Responses to Bristol to win Digital Challenge

  1. sean December 13, 2005 at 2:59 pm #

    The article ends

    “Anyone wanting to register their interest in getting involved in the development of the city’s bid should e-mail:

    Have we done that?

  2. petef December 13, 2005 at 3:05 pm #

    I haven’t but we are already involved. I am part of the _momentum group_ which is an informal steering committee for the bid.