Demo finalists

Accessibility Award

Arts and Culture Award


The Cooper Gallery, operated by Barnsley Museums, was forced to close its doors in March 2020 due to the pandemic. Like many people and organisations, they had to explore new … Read more

Graeae Theatre Company

Graeae Theatre Company champions the inclusion of D/deaf and disabled people in the arts, and provides training, programmes and resources to educate and support them.


Hatsumi is a company that develops playful, new and innovative approaches to improve physical and mental health that integrates immersive technology, storytelling, and design.

Universal Viewer

The Universal Viewer (UV) is a direct response to the challenge of making cultural knowledge accessible online. The UV offers a clean interface for viewing, downloading, embedding and sharing content, … Read more

BT Young Pioneer Award

Tech4Good for Africa Award

Community Impact Award

Digital Health Award

Digital Volunteer Award

Education Award

Workplace Inclusion Award

Workplace Inclusion Award sponsored by Microsoft


Colorintech is helping advance the inclusion in tech from the start of someone’s tech journey. Colorcode is an event for Year 11 & Sixth Form students interested in tech.

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Frog Systems

In any ‘normal’ year it is estimated that one in six workers will experience a mental health problem at any one time. The effects of Covid will likely exacerbate this … Read more

Workplace Inclusion Award sponsored by Microsoft

Person Centered Software

Jonathan Papworth and his brother Simon founded Person Centred Software in May 2013 as the first company in the UK to launch a mobile system to evidence care digitally within … Read more


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