ICDC supports business growth by encouraging innovation and fostering enterprise.

Our principal aim is to find new ways of using digital technology that will help organisations to develop and grow. Focusing on the regeneration of Merseyside and the North West, we help businesses and other organisations to understand how digital technology can benefit them. We work with these organisations to apply technology in practical and effective ways. Whether you are in need of business support, advice on developing your ideas, training or a partner to research and develop your product, the team at ICDC is here to support you and help your organisation to succeed.

Top News Story: i-Start Event


The first of the i-start networking events of 2008 kicked off at the Radisson Hotel with Phil Hemsted, co-founder of YuuGuu giving a talk about the last two years where he has been working day and night to establish YuuGuu as a business. Phil’s inspirational talk included sharing his experiences during that time, what he has learnt, and where YuuGuu is now heading.

Case Study: Open Culture


Open Culture is aimed at encouraging as broad a range of people as possible to engage in and create culture both during Liverpool's year as European Capital of Culture in 2008 and beyond. Find out how ICDC has helped to create the website at the centre of this remarkable project...

Festival of Free Thinking
In November 2007 the BBC Radio 3 Festival of Free Thinking returned to Liverpool for the second year running, giving the public the chance to come face-to-face with some of today's leading artists, scientists and other thinkers. The theme of freedom was explored through interviews, public debates, poetry and live performance...


It would be hard to find a university doing more for business, urban regeneration and widening participation in higher education.

10 September 2006

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