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Companies invited to develop digital products for free through Digital Skills Academy's WebElevate

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Companies invited to develop digital products for free through Digital Skills Academy's WebElevate

Companies invited to develop digital products for free through Digital Skills Academy's WebElevate

Companies looking to develop their next digital innovation are being invited to create a range of mobile apps, online games, social media campaigns and online videos for free through Digital Skills Academy's WebElevate programme.

WebElevate is the level 8 digital technology and digital game development programme, delivered by Digital Skills Academy with Dublin Institute of Technology as the awarding body.

While developing talent for employment roles in the digital technology and digital gaming sectors, the WebElevate programme supports companies to develop new digital innovations by providing access to the talents of a dynamic group of professionals who are re-skilling in in-demand digital technology skills.

"Whether companies need support on the R&D of a new digital product, the development of a prototype, or a fully delivered mobile application or online and mobile game, the WebElevate programme provides them with a great opportunity to tap into our resources and talent pool," said Paul Dunne, CEO of Digital Skills Academy.

"Digital Skills Academy can provide companies with the resources of multidisciplinary teams of emerging digital professionals, providing up to 2,000 man hours to work on their digital innovation under the guidance of industry experts."

Companies interested in partnering with the programme are invited to attend an information event at 8am next Wednesday, 21 November at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8. RSVP online at www.digitalskillsacademy.com/invite.

Tags: R&D, Online,