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Kent Connects – seventeen public sector Partners – is running a programme of events that showcase digital transformation and collaboration across the county. Kent Connects actively supports the digital agenda by improving online services, developing new ways to engage with people and encouraging digital transformation.

We are currently looking for envoys to flood our digital.together blog page with all the digital knowledge and expertise you have to offer.

The theme as of right now is; “Kent’s digital progression over the next 15 years: YOUR VISION” .

The brief: 

  • Where would you like to see Kent in 15 years? What’s YOUR vision?
  • How have we progressed – and what resources did we need to achieve it?
  • What do we need to do to make the most of our digital resources going forward to reach our full digital potential?
  • WORD COUNT: Between 600-800 words (plus images)

Submit your blog  here!


In addition, if you have any digital events coming up, then tell us! Fill out this google form and we will be happy to put this on the event section of this website!

Submit your event here!


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Are you interested in using your design and development skills to solve neighbourhood problems or are you someone who sees that digital could transform community issues if only you knew people with the skills to help you? Then make an application to become a Digital Envoy.

The Kent Connects Digital Envoys are a group of committed, enthusiastic and skilled individuals who live, work, study or are associated with the county. They are passionate about promoting local digital activities, projects, organisations and networks. They freely give their time to spread the word and get others involved in digital services, innovation and support digital.together.


At the heart of digital.together is collaboration on the next generation of skills and training. We are working with Public, Private and third sector along with higher and further education to improve digital skills and training in Kent. Over the past year we have hosted multiple digital skills and training events for organisations and the public and are continuing into our second year.


If you struggle to understand the difference between Twitter and Facebook, don’t know what Googling is, and want to know how to keep safe online, then take a look at some of the work we have done over the past year on social media training, e-safety and more in our blog’s section.

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