C4DI welcomed a group of excitable Year 6 children through its doors this week to try out an exciting online learning platform that is currently being developed by educational startup Good2Learn...
Last night, we hosted a very special event at the stunning Hull Minster.
Over 270 people turned up to celebrate with us, as we launched our partnership with Barclays Eagle Labs.
If you missed out on a ticket, we've rounded up the evening below. But, don't worry, there's still plenty of time to get involved in this fantastic opportunity for the city and the digital community.
A Hull healthtech start-up which has developed an award-winning device to enhance mental wellbeing has secured a £200,000 investment from NPIF-Mercia Equity Finance, which is managed by Mercia Fund Managers and is part of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund…
C4DI startup bridges the gap between classroom and home learning by embracing the power of digital.
Good2Learn is the brainchild of Paul Mandalia, who has worked closely with several members of C4DI to develop and create a series of curriculum-based video lessons. These short, bite-sized clips are integrated into an online platform that allows children to complete exercises, track their progress and gain rewards…
It’s no secret that Automation has the power to transform your business’ processes, especially when it comes to IT.
Adam Bovan, Director of Managed IT Services Provider Singularitee Limited, explains how small and large organisations can utilise Automation to significantly enhance their productivity, reduce costly IT overheads and boost their growth…
Using a design-led, technology-driven approach, Hull House Group aims to make our city one of the happiest places to live.
We spoke with Founder Steve Dam and Co-Director Scott Pilgrim to discover more about their work and how they are innovating the property sector through digital.
This year’s Hull Digital Awards took place on Thursday 7 September and we’re proud to say that many of our members were recognised for their hard work and innovation within the thriving tech industry.
Moodbeam, a brand new product that allows us to track our moods at the touch of a button, won the award for Best Emerging Technology. We caught up with Co-Founder and Director, Christina Colmer McHugh, to find out more about this exciting device...
Label Worx recently had an exclusive interview with renowned Underground House Music label Snatch! Records this month as they reach number 1 on online music store Beatport. They question the label about their history and how they adapt to the ever-changing music industry, as well as expanding on the recent partnership between Snatch and Label Worx themselves...
Sauce launched here at C4DI roughly 7 months ago and have been developing web and app projects for clients across many sectors ever since. Amongst several projects in varying stages of development one mobile app, in particular, has been a huge success and landed them the award for Best Mobile App at the 2016 Digital Awards held earlier this month.
Marketing specialist John Cant works independently to help start-up businesses with their initial establishment and early growth. We caught up with him in our hot-desk area to learn more about how he does it all, and which project he is focusing on at the moment.
“I’m currently working with a software start-up called Hubscope,” explains John. “It’s a visualisation application used by IT project teams that shows how people, requirements, services and technology interconnect.”
Sauce is a development team born out of the C4DI that comprises Matt Gibson, John Polling and Jim Wardlaw (pictured left to right). Together they work on web and app projects across a wide range of client sectors, bringing solutions to problems of all sizes. We met up with Matt to find out more about a current piece of work, which will help members of Hull University Union to make the most of their student journey.
“Hull University Union (HUU) want to improve student engagement using a phone application,” explains Matt at their offices in C4DI. “We’ve been tasked with creating an app for WelcomeFest, which will allow the student population to access info on services available to them, view and plan events, and learn about the campus and city.”
The world's largest taxi company owns no taxis.The world's largest accommodation provider owns no property. The world's most valuable retailer owns no inventory. The world's largest movie house owns no cinemas.
We have unprecedented times in the city with a wave of confidence and opportunities: UK City of Culture 2017 coming round very quickly, Rough Guides featured Hull in the top ten global destinations in 2016 our thriving digital sector was highlighted in the top ten in the nation by the Tech Nation report.
This is an unmissable event for anyone in the hospitality sector. If you run a bar, hotel, restaurant or café, then this is for you.
Come along on Thursday 4th February at C4DI to learn to understand how technology is going to impact you (and how you can improve your business opportunities).
We will be in the new C4DI theatre and there will be an opportunity for a tour too.
Our address is:
C4DI @TheDock 31-38 Queen Street Hull HU1 1UU
Tickets are free but limited.
To RSVP, just click the link below! We look forward to welcoming you!
Ten essential fundraising methods for Startups - when to get investment and when not too!
With the nights getting longer and Christmas drawing nearer it's already been two incredible weeks since we moved into our beautiful new home. For those of you who haven't visited us already or aren't familiar with the world of the co-working I thought I would give you an insight into the experience inside Hull's new golden digital hub. Background
To begin with I'll start with a little bit about myself; I graduated from university last year and now work as a member in C4DI's team. Soon after graduating it became apparent to me that I really wanted to launch my own startup in the tech sector. As a philosophy graduate - I have had a lot to learn about business (and am still learning!). After doing a lot of research it became apparent to me that digital hubs were the place to be since they offered an environment most conducive for rapid learning, discovery, support and ultimately (hopefully), success.