Study seeks business input to help dyslexics win the war against emails

Study seeks business input to help dyslexics win the war against emails

A dyslexic entrepreneur is seeking the help of businesses and employees as he works to develop an assistive tool that will make email easier for people who share his condition. Hull-based Dileepa Ranawake, who was diagnosed with dyslexia at 18, is drawing on his background in technology and health projects to create Jisterly.ai, which will enable dyslexic people to read and prioritise their...

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43 Clicks North set for office switch as numbers rise

43 Clicks North set for office switch as numbers rise

A digital marketing company that lured some of the brightest brains in the business from Leeds back to Hull is bucking the trend again by expanding under lockdown with new recruits and new clients. 43 Clicks North opened its office at The Deep Business Centre in Hull in August 2019 with just five people, and as numbers grew managing director Mike Ellis made the decision to find the company a new...

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Set your business up for success with digital services.

Set your business up for success with digital services.

Imagine being able to call just one number to access support for all of your business technology needs. Well, good news, this is the very thing that The One Point is so well known for. A simple, straightforward single supplier of managed technology services. That’s not to mention the awesome tech and amazing support that comes with it. Over the years, our first-class customer service and...

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Funding set to boost ‘smart’ manufacturing across the Humber

Funding set to boost ‘smart’ manufacturing across the Humber

The region’s manufacturers are set to benefit from a share of a £1.5 million fund to support digital improvements in industry throughout the Humber. The funding, part of the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Made Smarter Adoption programme, will support businesses across the North of England and the West Midlands to adopt more digital technology – helping...

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Hull company helps charity provide internet access to pupils during pandemic

Hull company helps charity provide internet access to pupils during pandemic

A campaign to provide vital equipment to children who are unable to access online lessons has been given a major boost. Hull company ThingSIM is donating Wi-Fi dongles with their own specialised SIM cards to the Stop the Digital Divide appeal run by Hull & East Yorkshire Children’s University which aims to provide laptops and internet access for primary school children. The equipment will be...

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