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A roundup of what Croydon's tech community has been blogging about in the past few weeks.
The international tech buyers’ guide called Croydon-based e-marketer dotdigital a “strong performer”.
Croydon’s businesses share advice on how to keep your business going, stay connected and work from home effectively.
The new app by the Croydon-based company lets businesses promote their top reviews when they collect feedback, which can be a lifesaver for start-ups.
Croydon foodie serves up Help Local Street, a free service to help local businesses everywhere while they are closed due to Covid-19
Chris Giddins, CEO and Founder of Uniqodo, talks about the company's initiative to use their platform to support local businesses during the coronavirus lockdown.
£500,000 of funding is available for technology companies who come up with digital support solutions for people who need to stay at home because of coronavirus.
A tribute to the humble laptop sticker, used by CDS and digital teams everywhere to celebrate good work and communicate values.
CEO Chris Giddins on how Uniqodo was created to fix a problem in online marketing, and the company's move from Shoreditch to the Silicon Flyover.
Hidden in the outskirts of Croydon, Automated Payments Transfer (APT) Ltd’s office has been buzzing every day since 1977.
A piece written for Londonist on why these days, it's all about Silicon Flyover, not Silicon Roundabout.
Streetpin has launched and is coming to the Business Live Expo on 16 October! Attendees can use Streetpin to create virtual hubs to make the Expo more collaborative.
Continuing our interview series profiling Croydon's digital businesses, we caught up with Indy Chatwal, founder and owner of thriving social media agency I See Media.
As innovators at the boundary between digital and real-world experiences, Croydon-based Quintessence reflects on the growing demand for delightful, connected spaces.
You might be surprised to find that working in government creates perfect conditions for innovative tech.
East Croydon Cool speaks to the CGI artists who have been digitally tagging the Cronx with bizarre figments of their imaginations.
We kick off our new series profiling great Croydon digital businesses with a visit to TMRW, South London's largest coworking space.
Loads of great Croydon techies are honoured in this year’s awards shortlist. But who are they and what do they do?
Get your entries and nominations in for the digital, data and technology category of the Croydon Business Awards by Friday 21 June!
With over 10 years of experience in the smart cities realm, Joe Dignan shares the traits he'd like to see develop in Croydon.
Croydon's Chief Digital Officer talks to Computer Weekly about what we’re up to in the Cronx.
Find out how to best to approach selling to the public sector.