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C-Learning Shortlisted for National Digital Awards for ‘Best Use of Technology in Education’

Today (4 Oct), C-Learning has been shortlisted as a finalist for the ‘Best Use of Technology in Education’ award at the 2018 Digital Entrepreneur Awards (DEAs).

C-Learning is a Google Premier Education Partner with thousands of clients across the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Africa and provides devices such as Chromebooks, specialist software, training and consultancy to education helping people to harness the benefits of cloud technology to reduce workloads, save money and develop their professional practice.

The DEAs are the only national awards dedicated to championing digital entrepreneurialism and innovation across the UK.

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Jamie Smith, Executive Chairman of C-Learning said:

“It’s an honour for C-Learning to be nominated for a National Digital Award. This award is a tribute to both the dedication and talents of the team but most importantly to our partners and clients who inspire us as we collaborate on a shared mission to make education enriching, engaging and aligned to the expectations of the digital age”.

C-Learning CEO Ian Nairn added:

“A huge thanks to all of our amazing customers who have been taking the cloud first journey with us for more than ten years”.

The finalists beat off competition from hundreds of businesses that entered, across 20 award categories.

The awards, now in their 14th year, cover categories encompassing every component of today’s online business ecosystem – from enigmatic leadership to forward-thinking development and cutting-edge creative. Categories include Social Media Campaign of the Year, Most Innovative use of Video or Animation and the coveted Digital Entrepreneur of the Year award.

Previous winners of the awards span a range of sectors, from retail giants like Sainsbury’s and Mothercare to smaller, more agile digital specialists like Social Chain and Clicky Media.

Among the judging panel are Jacqueline de Rojas, president of techUK and chair of the Digital Leaders Board; Heather Waters, enterprise manager at NatWest; Vikas Shah, CEO of Swiscot Group; Susie Ma, founder and CEO of Tropic Skincare; Naomi Timperley, co-founder of Tech North Advocates and chair of Capital Pilot; and Jon Woodall, founder & managing director of Space 48.

One of the UK’s true tech heavyweights joins the judging panel this year. President of techUK and chair of Digital Leaders, Jacqueline de Rojas serves on the government’s Digital Economy Council and is an advisor to a number of fast-moving tech companies.

Commenting on the DEAs, de Rojas said:

“We are known as a nation of innovators and of entrepreneurs. It is quite simply a privilege to judge the technologies and innovators at the frontier of change. 

“The UK is a nation of technological significance and shining a light on entrepreneurship in this space is a way of investing in our digital future.

“I have seen the smallest of changes make the biggest of differences and I am delighted to see the creativity of our digital entrepreneurs fixing real-world problems that are worth solving.”

For a full list of finalists or for details on how to book a table at the final ceremony, click here.

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