Useful Stuff 2017-10-25T11:21:36+00:00

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A free resource that contains a wealth of legacy information relevant to all aspects of the creation and use of information and digital technologies and their economic impact.

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ARTS AND CULTURE
BUSINESS SUPPORT
DIGITAL AND NEW MEDIA
FUNDING
REGIONAL ECONOMIC DATA
SKILLS

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What Our Clients Say

“We were very impressed with the way that the CDI Alliance delivered the New Opportunities Programme for companies in the Creative and Digital Industries (CDI) in Sheffield. They demonstrated an excellent understanding of the sector and were able to draw upon a wide range of expertise to deliver tailored support which was much appreciated by the businesses. I would have no hesitation on recommending the CDI Alliance to undertake similar work.”

James Wilson, Sheffield City Council

“I’ve found CDI Alliance’s input into my business venture to be refreshing and enormously validating. They provided much constructive critiquing, direct scrutiny and approached my business idea with a genuine helpful mind-set. Their one-to-one and group orientated bespoke development session was tailored to my needs and addressed many factors, I didn’t for see. I whole heartedly recommend their integrated approach of experience, knowledge and no-nonsense consulting for all creative, digital and new media business initiatives, both large and small.”

Ananth Vijaykumar (VJ), Silk Road Consulting

“CDI Alliance have worked with us on a number of projects over the last few years. Over that time I have found them to be very professional, very organised, approachable, and crucially the ability to deliver targets on time and to the agreed quality. They offered creative solutions to problems and issues that we shared with them and were never afraid of responding to constructive criticism.

All members of their team were very amiable individuals and they interacted extremely well with members of the internal team, and a range of other project leaders within the County Council, and also the beneficiaries (SMEs) of the programme. It is true to say that they more than delivered on the agreed outputs at the start of the projects.”

Bryn Davies, Lincolnshire County Council