Digital Advantage

Our Previous Competition Winners

LATEST WINNERS: This October 17th saw our 6th regional graduation where St. Ambrose Barlow RC High School were winners with their volunteering matching service VLNTR (pronounced ‘Volunteer’).

HEAT, created by students from Clarendon College in Ashton-under-Lynne, won the prize money in one of two 2018 Greater Manchester Finals.  High End Authenticated Transactions, is a Fashion Broker which Authenticates High End and streetwear Fashion, then provides an open market place for owners to sell their garments.

Our 2nd 2018 Greater Manchester winning project was The Manchester College with their service ActCivil. An App and web site allows Local authorities to engage in dialogue with their citizens.  Individuals can report concerns and councils to report on live situations and give community groups a platform to connect with local people.

Heysham High School and WITTwere the winners of our 2018 Lancashire Digital Advantage. Their idea was an app which help students combine their revision and homework apps and let teachers see their progress.

Urban Blade, created by students from Holy Cross in Bury, won the prize money in our 2017 Greater Manchester Final. It’s an app which allows user to find local barbers, see their recent work and then book appointments¬†with them. A first of its kind for the male grooming industry.

Our 2017 Lancashire winner was West Lancashire College with their app which allows users to connect with other event goers to save on travel costs and have fun on the way to the event. Their idea was backed by a National Ticket and Event Company, they called it Connectavent.