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Monmouthshire County Council wish to co-create the County’s smart, connected and digital future through effective public, private and community collaboration. Monmouthshire has all of the ingredients to become one of the UK’s most inspiring spaces for digital advancement; an iCounty characterized by a growing digital economy, a smarter public service and a stronger and more networked society.
Monmouthshire’s social capital is strong and the Council wish to unlock the potential that exists to work with communities, residents and businesses to develop creative solutions to some of our biggest collective challenges.
Monmouthshire is considered to be the lead rural Digital County in the Cardiff Capital Region and given its strategic location between Cardiff and Bristol, two of the UK’s fastest growing cities and the emerging growth opportunities associated with the rollout of the Next Generation Access Broadband, Monmouthshire County Council is keen to embrace, deploy and use technology to exploit economic growth opportunities, job creation and higher living standards for all.
The full iCounty Vision and Digital Roadmap document, together with other key ingredient information, is available in the link to the left. If you would like to speak to the Council about how your business can collaborate in delivering the iCounty vision then please contact our Smart Communities and Digital Access Manager.
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, product development 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.