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Find out how you can make the most of living in Digital Monmouthshire.
There are a variety of locations across the County where it is possible to make use of Free Public Wi-Fi on your personal smart phone, tablet or laptop.
Monmouthshire Business and Enterprise collaborate with the UK Government, the Welsh Government and Internet Service Providers to seek the best Broadband provision possible across the County.
Monmouthshire County Council offers residents a growing range of online services 24/7. From Active Living bookings with Mon Leisure to paying your Council Tax and reserving books and DVDs for collection at your local Library.
Monmouthshire County Council recognises the need to support Monmouthshire communities in prospering in our growing digital society and in 2014 published its iCounty & Digital Roadmap Vision.
Join the social network to share ideas, discuss new development plans and shape the future of the County.
In 2012 Monmouthshire County Council supported one of its many creative communities in developing MonmouthpediA: the World’s first and only accredited Wikipedia town.
Explore why Monmouthshire is the place to locate your Tech, Digital or Creative business.
Building on all the right ingredients the Council wishes to work in partnership with companies who share a common vision about making the County a key catalyst for digital advancement.
Explore how your business can benefit from investing in superfast broadband and making use of the latest online business tools to cut costs and improve productivity.
Explore current funding opportunities for Monmouthshire based Tech, Digital and Creative businesses which support growth and innovation.
Explore the companies that make up Monmouthshire’s prosperous and growing Tech, Digital and Creative Economy.
Monmouthshire’s diverse Start Up and Maturing Tech, Digital and Creative Companies have had good success in securing funding to support their growth and the accessing of new markets.
Monmouthshire County Council was the first Local Authority in Wales to have an Open Data Policy and the Local Authority operates with an Open Government License.