Digital Northants

NNBN Showcasing Live At #MergedFutures4

The new NNBN Digital publication and NNBN App focussing on North Northamptonshire will be on display at the Merged Futures 4 event next month when technology will be at the forefront of the annual tech innovation showcase.

Experts from emerging technologies will be showcasing the great work taking place in Northamptonshire and beyond as the fourth annual event takes place at the University of Northampton.

Featured at Merged Futures 4 this year will be a whole range of exhibitors including Starship Robots, Voi Technology, Smart Octopus Voice Agency, CityFibre plus lots more as well as the new NNBN Digital publication and App.

NNBN Director Simon Cox said “We’re delighted to be exhibiting at Merged Futures 4 where we will be able to demonstrate the value of our digital publication and mobile app and how this is helping businesses, charities and organisations advertise their brands throughout North Northamptonshire.”

“The NNBN Digital is an exciting concept which was born out of the pandemic and from us listening to business leaders in North Northamptonshire who were looking for something different to engage and forms part of the NNBN Membership which our members experience.”

“We have brought a quarterly online publication to the area which showcases key information and articles as the face of the business community in North Northamptonshire and are proud that we have produced the magazine digitally and have a growing interest around our mobile App.”

“We’ve considered the environment with NNBN Digital meaning that our readers can read the publication on their iPads and mobile phones as well as on screens and we’ve also included hyperlinks directly from the publication so readers can save time by accessing information in the magazine online.”

The NNBN Digital publication is free to everyone. Members of the NNBN Membership Organisation have the opportunity to publish editorials and adverts in the Digital magazine as part of their membership depending on the package they join and as the magazine is digital, it’s kinder to the environment.

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