On Thursday November 29th, 2012, OLC attended dd:SOCIAL - It's A Digital Mission presented by UK Trade & Investment and hosted by Digital Dumbo.
Digital Dumbo hosted its Digital Mission Wednesday night in Brooklyn, in partnership with UK Trade & Investment. The event was a “collaborative event” which brought 20 of the UK’s most innovative companies to the NY tech scene. The night began with a long networking and social event. Companies intermingled with the guests, meeting and greeting. The 20 companies were fresh from their lunch and learn session at Ignition 2012. Presenting companies included:
The Other Media - a digital agency in London Bridge, who specialize in website and mobile design and online marketing.
Thrive Solo - an all-in-one management solution for the creative professional.
Recite Me - which “transforms the format of websites, repackaging the content by adding disability functionality.”
StickyWorld - a web platform for presentation, dialogue and decisions.
The Realbuzz Group - a privately owned internet business. TRG runs realbuzz.com, which is a social networking site with over 10,000 pages of content.
Free Agent - Online accounting software for small businesses and freelancers.
Iovox - A company that modernizes telephony by allowing non-developers and entrepreneurs to create voice apps.
a7records - Supports artist in 3rd world countries and “creates music with a solution.”
Linkdex allows business owners to take control of their search results by designing enterprise grade search engine optimization tools.
numiko - solves “digital problems for our clients through user research, design and technology across digital platforms.”
Rapide - Delivers real-time communication and feedback technology to half the UK FTSE.
Flying Binary - a company that “the latest technology options to both Enterprise and SME businesses.”
Sparkle Coupon Services - A company that “technology-driven business services to retailers, manufacturers and their agents that allows them to effectively collaborate, control and reconcile their coupon processes.”