ESSEX: Indy Consultancy Appointed EDA18 “Content Partner”

New copywriting and communications agency Indy Consultancy has joined the Essex Digital Awards as its official “Content Partner” for 2018.

The Great Baddow company will gain substantial exposure from its connection with the EDAs – which has the largest following of any business awards in the county – and will provide online content throughout the scheme.

Described as “more than simply a copywriting agency” by Managing Director Danielle Haley, Indy Consultancy offers a range of services including website copy, print copy, blogging services, proofreading, content strategy and social media management.

Ms Haley – a former Director at Freelance SEO Essex, the highly successful SEO/PPC firm which has been Associate Sponsor of the EDAs since 2014 – said: “Having worked closely with the Digital Awards since its inception, I couldn’t be more excited to be joining forces with the team in a greater capacity and supporting their content strategy.

“I’ve seen first-hand the benefits the EDAs can bring to businesses that enter or sponsor the Awards, particularly when it comes to making valuable connections within the industry, and I can’t wait to help many more organisations leverage excellent promotional opportunities in the coming months.

“I feel that the role perfectly suits my unique skillset and I’m confident that I can bring extra impetus to what is already an incredibly successful programme.”

Indy Consultancy also offers The Full Marketing Package, a tailored in-depth solution with broad scope to cover a full marketing strategy, content marketing plan, website design and build and graphics, imagery, media and website optimisation where required.

For more information visit their website or call Danielle on 07801 599354.

ESSEX: Important Message from EDA17 Sponsor Superfast Broadband

Are you getting superfast broadband?

The Superfast Essex programme is due to launch a public consultation on Monday 31st July to run during August 2017 to reassess availability of superfast broadband to inform any future broadband work in the county.

Full details and a link to respond will be published at:

We need you to check the current State Aid broadband status for your address on our interactive State Aid map on this page and provide feedback with evidence if you disagree with the current classification shown.

Details about the type of evidence required and instructions about how to obtain this will be detailed in the public consultation feedback form.

We also welcome feedback confirming the broadband status shown on the map is correct. We will accept responses from Parish/Town Councils on behalf of communities.

You will still need to provide an address to complete the form; please then specify in the comments boxes provided if your consultation response applies to a full community or multiple addresses, and please include a list of the addresses in your response.  If we require further clarification after we receive your response we will contact you.

Please note the map being consulted on will be used to decide whether properties are eligible for public subsidy in the future. This is different to the interactive rollout map which is separate to this consultation. The outcome of this consultation will form the basis for directing future investment by Essex County Council to improve broadband access, with the ambition to ensure everyone in the county has a superfast connection by 2021 at the latest.

Feedback on the consultation must only be submitted via the online public consultation feedback form available on the ‘What’s happening next?’ page at:

Residents in areas with poor connectivity are encouraged to take the time to visit libraries or use workplace computers to complete their feedback, as the team would like to hear from them in particular. Unfortunately, due to the volume of responses expected and the need to process them quickly, Superfast Essex is unable to offer the option of hard copy correspondence.

ESSEX: EDA17 Winners Announced

Progressive charities, schools and businesses across Essex have been celebrated for their online work at the fourth annual Digital Awards.

Accolades across 18 categories including “Website”, “Mobile App” and “Use of Social Media for Business” were presented to outstanding organisations at Boreham House, near Chelmsford, on May 18.

Former BBC broadcaster Robin Bailey hosted EDA17 and handed Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes to a host of worthy winners.

Special guests included Tim Dunton, from Headline Sponsor Nimbus Hosting, Danielle Haley from Associate Sponsor Freelance SEO Essex, Paul Coffey from the Essex Employment and Skills Board, David Wilde from Superfast Essex, Peter Laight of Barclays and Katy Flower from Broadcast Media Partner Heart Essex, all of whom presented awards.

The Essex Digital Awards was set up in 2014 solely to showcase online work from across the county.

Leading the way on stage with double gold was Hockley-based Miru 3D who clinched the top awards in “Website: Small Business” and “Website: B2B”.

Taking gold in the flagship “Website” classification was premium kitchen appliance importer Euroline, from Colchester, while Prime Creative, in Leigh-on-Sea, landed the “Use of Social Media for Business” title for their work on behalf of Amateur Photographer magazine.

Colchester-based design agency Creative Quills picked up the main prize in the “Blog: Business” category and “Online Retailer” Gold went to Yumchaa by Graphic Evidence from Loughton.

Plume Maldon’s Community Academy came out on top in the “Mobile App” classification and Utilize by MC+Co Marketing from Ongar won out in “Responsive Website”.

Food writer Michelle Minnaar, won Gold in the “Blog: Entertainment” category for and the top “Use of Video for Business” gong was won by aQ2 for their film about Harry Flashman’s Tattoo Parlour in Chelmsford.

The independent EDA judges chose Felsted School by School Website in “Website: School, Education or Charity” and 193 year-old master millers Marriage’s Flour – based in Chelmsford – topped the podium in “Website: Lifestyle & Culture”.

Polar Creative, from Great Baddow, took the plaudits in “Website: Marketing and Creative” and Chelmsford City Racecourse were victorious in “Website: Sports & Entertainment”.

Winning the gold award in “Website: Tourism & Hospitality” was Compleat Caterers by Skyblue Creations from Coggeshall.

For the first time in Essex Digital Award’s history, a People’s Choice Award – voted by the public for finalists in all website categories – was won by The Green Apron, a cookery school in Coggeshall.

There was also a special “Spirit of Essex” award, which is given to one organisation chosen for attracting significantly positive exposure to the county and this was presented to the Wilkin & Sons for their digital work around the Tiptree Jam estate.

 There was also presentation of a ‘Future of Essex Award’ in collaboration with the Essex Education & Industry STEM Programme which went to talented teenager Nathan Banks from The Gilberd School.

Runners Up awards were presented to Rebecca Jilks of The Boswells School and Ross Aylen, Tendring Technology College.

The Essex Digital Awards 2017 is sponsored by Nimbus Hosting, Freelance SEO Essex, Essex Chambers of Commerce, Heart Essex, Superfast Essex, Essex Employment & Skills Board and Barclays.

It is also supported by the Department for International Trade, Essex Chronicle, Clare Reeves Voiceovers, Capricorn Media, Noise PR,, Basildon Council, Brentwood Borough Council, Rochford District Council, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, Maldon District Council.



Essex Digital Awards 2017 – The Winners

Blog: Business
BRONZE – Fireplace Products
SILVER – Darkworld Gaming
GOLD – Creative Quills

Blog: Entertainment
BRONZE – Project: Wanderlust by Langley Media
SILVER – All Things Spliced
GOLD – Greedy Gourmet

Mobile App
BRONZE – Maths Test by Andrew Suttle
SILVER – My Eye Spy by Morris Projects
GOLD – Plume Maldon’s Community Academy

Online Retailer
BRONZE – Fireplace Products
SILVER – Love Pleasure
GOLD – Yumchaa by Graphic Evidence

Responsive Website
BRONZE – Invest Southend on Sea
SILVER – Felsted School by School Website
GOLD – Utilize by MC+Co Marketing

Use of Social Media for Business
BRONZE – Wedding Day Angel
SILVER – The Good Vet & Pet Guide
GOLD – Amateur Photographer by Prime Creative

Use of Video for Business
BRONZE – The Robin Cancer Trust
SILVER – KPMG by Main Media
GOLD – Harry Flashman’s Tattoo Parlour by aQ2

BRONZE – Lumen Archaeology
SILVER – MC+Co Marketing
GOLD – Euroline

Website: B2B
BRONZE – Inntel by Valiant Design
SILVER – Euroline
GOLD – Miru 3D

Website: Lifestyle & Culture
BRONZE – The Green Apron
SILVER – Katie Murphy Permanent Make-Up by Digital Reflow
GOLD – Marriage’s Flour

Website: Marketing & Creative
BRONZE – Photographer Liam Gillan
SILVER – MC+Co Marketing
GOLD – Polar Creative

Website: School, Education or Charity
BRONZE – The Linnean Society of London by Enovate Design
SILVER – Seymour House Day Nursery by Twist Interactive Design
GOLD – Felsted School by School Website

Website: Small Business
BRONZE – The Lampshade Company
SILVER – The Green Apron
GOLD – Miru 3D

Website: Sports & Entertainment
BRONZE – Colchester Leisure World by Colchester Borough Council
SILVER – JP Tackle by Twist Interactive Design
GOLD – Chelmsford City Racecourse

Website: Tourism & Hospitality
BRONZE – Orsett Hall Hotel, Restaurant & Spa
SILVER – Wild Essex
GOLD – Compleat Caterers by Skyblue Creations

Spirit of Essex
GOLD – Wilkin & Sons

People’s Choice Award
GOLD – The Green Apron

Future of Essex
SILVER – Rebecca Jilks, The Boswells School
SILVER – Ross Aylen, Tendring Technology College
GOLD – Nathan Banks, The Gilberd School

ESSEX: Barclays Sponsors EDA17 “Social Media” Category

The Essex Digital Awards is proud to announce Barclays is to sponsor an award at EDA17.

The multi-national bank will sponsor the “Use of Social Media for Business” category and attend the Presentation Evening on May 18 at Boreham House, Chelmsford.

Barclays has a long history of event sponsorship and supporting the business community.

From 2001-2016 Barclays was Title Sponsor of the English Premier League and will continue as its Banking Partner until at least 2019.

Under the Barclaycard brand it also sponsors the British Summer Time Hyde Park festival in London, the O2, The Donmar Warehouse, Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham and the Barclays Center – a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue in New York City and home to the professional basketball team the Brooklyn Nets.

In 2014 the bank launched Barclays Digital Eagles, an initiative to support people and businesses in achieving digital literacy.

Last year it also set-up Eagle Labs, a rollout of fully resourced, community-based, workspaces across the UK to help businesses grow and to enable collaborative innovation and digital empowerment for all.

Eagle Labs is a “a space to create, innovate and grow”, according to

Peter Laight, Relationship Director, Essex and North East London SME, at Barclays explained why the bank chose to get involved.

He said: “We are proud to support the Essex Digital Awards and welcome new technology and the opportunities they offer for business and our society”

The Essex Digital Awards is the first and only scheme to celebrate the online achievements of businesses, charities and schools from across the county.

It is one of six separate Digital Awards schemes alongside those in Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

Robin Bailey, Chairman of the independent Digital Awards Judging Panel, said: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Barclays to the Essex Digital Awards.

“Barclays has pioneered many successful new digital services and continues to support the small business sector and wider community by offering free training during this ‘digital revolution.

“Barclays is the perfect fit for the Essex Digital Awards and we are proud to be working with them.”

For more information about Digital Eagles click here







ESSEX: People’s Choice Award Launched For EDA17

The Essex Digital Awards will present a People’s Choice Award at EDA17 for the first time.

Finalists for the Awards were announced on March 24, across 15 categories, and winners of each will be chosen by a panel of independent judges.

But for the first time in Essex Digital Award’s history, a new award will be presented to one of the 2017 finalists, and this time it will be voted for by the public.

Each of the finalists in the following website categories will automatically be entered into the People’s Choice Award and voting is NOW OPEN.

Entry will close at 5pm on Wednesday, April 12.

Click here to open the People’s Choice Award voting page.

“Website” – in association with Nimbus Hosting
“Website: Marketing & Creative”
“Website: Small Business” – in association with Essex Employment & Skills Board
“Website: B2B”
“Website: Tourism & Hospitality”
“Website: Sports & Entertainment”
“Website: Lifestyle & Culture”
Responsive Website
Online Retailer – in association with Superfast Essex

The Essex Digital Awards 2017 Presentation Evening will take place at Boreham House, Chelmsford, on May 18.

Tickets are on sale here

Voting closes on February 10, 2017 at 5pm.

ESSEX: EDA17 Finalists Announced

The finalists of the Essex Digital Awards 2017 have been announced, following a record-breaking number of entries.

Entrants across 14 categories will now compete for the Gold, Silver and Bronze accolades at the Presentation Evening on May 18.

For the first time at the EDAs there will also be a “People’s Choice” award, where finalists across all website categories will go head-to-head in a public vote.

Further details of the People’s Choice Award will be announced on March 31, when voting for that will open.

Winners across all other categories will be chosen by an independent judging panel.

The EDA17 Presentation Evening will take place at Boreham House and tickets are expected to be snapped up quickly following last year’s sell-out event.

The event will include a complimentary welcome drink, two-course meal, 1/3 bottle of wine per person, live entertainment and the ceremony.

It will be hosted by former BBC broadcaster Robin Bailey.

To book tickets click here

The Essex Digital Awards 2017 is sponsored and supported by Nimbus Hosting, Freelance SEO Essex, Heart Essex, Essex Chamber of Commerce, Essex Employment & Skills Board, Superfast Essex, Department For International Trade, Essex Chronicle, Brentwood Borough Council, Basildon Council, Rochford District Council, Maldon District Council, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council. Clare Reeves Voiceovers, Noise PR and Capricorn Media.

Essex Digital Awards 2017 – The Finalists

BLOG: BUSINESS in association with Freelance SEO Essex
Changing Course by Spinnaker Global
Creative Quills
Darkworld Gaming
Fireplace Products
Keep It Mum
Local Business Domination

All Things Spliced
Carousel Diary
Club Forty
Crafty Arts
Dreamwave Events
Greedy Gourmet
Project: Wanderlust by Langley Media

Dagenham Sunday Market by Chris Woodman Designs
Landmark Place by Pelican Media
Maths Test by Andrew Suttle
My Eye Spy by Morris Projects
Plume Maldon’s Community Academy

ONLINE RETAILER in association with Superfast Essex
Colchester Events Company by Colchester Borough Council
Fireplace Products
Love Pleasure
Premier Print & Promotions
Roof Lantern Solutions by Essex Web Design Studio
So Gorgeous Beauty
Yumchaa by Graphic Evidence

Creative Quills
Felsted School by School Website
Invest Southend on Sea
Next Chapter Homes
Utilize by MC+Co Marketing
Zentura by Graphic Evidence

Amateur Photographer by Prime Creative
Chelmsford City Racecourse
Essex Baby
Secret Hamper
The Good Vet & Pet Guide
The Social Geeks
Wedding Day Angel

Harry Flashmans Tattoo Parlour by aQ2
KPMG by Main Media
Ozone by Main Media
Polar Creative
Shout Design
The Robin Cancer Trust
WeBelieve Media

WEBSITE in association with Nimbus Hosting
Colchester + Ipswich Museums by Colchester Borough Council
Felsted School by School Website
Finest Bed Linen by Website Design
Lumen Archaeology
Marriage’s Flour

WEBSITE: B2B in association of Essex Chamber of Commerce
Fisher Jones Greenwood LLP
Haul In One
Inntel by Valiant Design
Lucentum by Bright Lights Creative
Miru 3D
Oakpark Security

Colchester + Ipswich Museums by Colchester Borough Council
Essex Baby
Katie Murphy Permanent Makeup by Digital Reflow
Lumen Archaeology
Marriage’s Flour
Miss Woo by Ryde Digital
The Green Apron

Bright Lights Creative
Brown Owl Creative
Photographer Liam Gillan
Polar Creative
Resourceful Marketing by Blue Serif
Sony Freelance and Corporate Video Production by Blue Serif

Coggeshall Montessori by Skyblue Creations
Felsted School by School Website
Seymour House Day Nursery by Twist Interactive Design
Sir Charles Kao
The Linnean Society of London by Enovate Design
The SEAX Trust by Twist Interactive Design
The Worrinots

WEBSITE: SMALL BUSINESS in association with Essex Employment & Skills Board
A Box by Twist Interactive Design
Bright Lights Creative
GreenSpur Renewables by Ryde Digital
Miru 3D
The Conneely Group by Brown Owl Creative
The Green Apron
The Lampshade Company

Branded Teamwear by Skyblue Creations
Chelmsford City Racecourse
Colchester Leisure World by Colchester Borough Council
Gym Fit Clacton by Switched On Marketing
Horsemat by Skyblue Creations
JP Tackle by Twist Interactive Design
Wass’s Fishing Tackle by Studio Link 11

Compleat Caterers by Skyblue Creations
Love Southend
Lunch Colchester
Orsett Hall Hotel, Restaurant & Spa
Rossi Ice Cream by Revive Digital Media
Visit Essex
Wild Essex

ESSEX: Superfast Essex Backs EDAs For Third Year

Superfast Essex, Essex County Council’s broadband improvement programme, is pleased to be sponsoring the Essex Digital Awards for the third year whilst continuing to extend faster broadband to over 120,000 premises in the county by 2019.

The Superfast Essex programme is to sponsor the “Online Retailer” category with the winners of all 16 categories being presented with their awards at the EDA17 Presentation Evening at Boreham House, Chelmsford, on May 18.

Superfast broadband is benefitting homes and businesses across the county and transforming the way Essex businesses operate, from enabling global enterprise to reducing costs and increasing efficiency with cloud-based services.

Superfast Essex is part of the Government’s national Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) programme to increase superfast broadband connectivity across the UK, led by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

The programme is delivering improved broadband in phases.

Phase 1 was completed three months ahead of schedule in June 2016 and saw 65,000 premises provided with access to better connectivity.

Phase 2 is currently being rolled out and so far the total number of homes and businesses able to achieve internet speeds of 24Mbps and above is 73,000.

The programme is aiming for 120,000 Essex premises to be connected to superfast broadband through their current plans with an additional Phase 3 being planned to extend broadband coverage even further.

More information about where the next phase of work will be rolled out will be announced in Spring/Summer 2017.

David Wilde, Essex County Council’s Executive Director for Place Operations and Chief Information Officer, who is also on the judging panel for EDA17, said: “The benefits of faster broadband shouldn’t be reserved for only large businesses.

“The Superfast Essex programme aims to bring improved connectivity to businesses of all sizes around Essex, helping them to make positive advancements and changes to the running of their business.

“Teaming up with the Essex Digital Awards is a natural choice for the programme and I look forward to finding out more about the nominated businesses in each category this year.”

Robin Bailey, Chairman of the Judging Panel at the Essex Digital Awards, said: “A fast broadband connection is vital to the tens of thousands of businesses based in Essex and we are delighted to be working, once again, with Superfast Essex who are rolling our broadband across the county.

“Superfast Essex is a brilliant and essential project and we are proud to be involved with it.”

In addition to providing information and tools associated with the programme rollout, the Superfast Essex website also hosts an online toolkit to help small businesses improve their digital know-how.

The Digital Toolkit contains a series of business blogs, vlogs and webinars on a range of topics including increasing online sales, attracting new customers, social media, blogging and the importance of cloud-based systems.

It also includes a Digital Health Check, to identify any areas where businesses can improve their digital expertise, and a ‘Fast Tips’ download which provides information and advice around a range of digital developments, such as cloud-based Services, Search Engine Optimisation and Social Media Marketing.

To view the Digital Toolkit and for more information on business broadband, including a short film with David Bell, Essex Chair of The Federation of Small Businesses, and Essex County Councillor Kevin Bentley, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Economic Growth, Infrastructure and Partnerships, on broadband improvements in Essex, visit

 Find out the latest broadband rollout information for your area at Anyone not covered by the Superfast Essex programme can check if they are eligible for inclusion in Phase 3 at and can register their demand for superfast broadband by completing the Make the Connection Survey at

CHAMPIONS: DAC17 Winners Announced

The public has spoken and the first ever Digital Awards Champions were announced at a reception in London this week.

Winner across 15 categories were unveiled at the BFI Southbank, on February 9.

The Digital Awards Champions – sponsored by FSE Online, Nero Blanco and Nimbus Hosting – was a public-voted contest between all Gold winners from the Digital Awards schemes across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Milton Keynes and Surrey in 2016.

Almost 20,000 people casted votes over six weeks.

Keynote speaker at the event was Jordan J Lloyd, from Dynamichrome and co-author of The Paper Time Machine, who explored the phenominum of historic photographic restoration techniques using digital technology

Host of the event, Robin Bailey, said: “The Digital Awards Champions has showcased so many fantastic examples of the superb digital talent across the region.

“So many great success stories brought together and and many brilliant winners chosen by the people, what an outstanding accolade!”

Digital Awards Champions 2017 – The Winners

Website: School Education or Charity
Demelza Hospice Care for Children (Kent)

Website: Small Business
Bombinate Web Design (Milton Keynes)

Blog: Entertainment
Milton Keynes Kids (Milton Keynes)

Blog: Business
Deep Phat Digital (Hertfordshire)

Website: Sports & Entertainment
1,000 Mile Sportswear by The Creative Clinic (Hertfordshire)

Website: Lifestyle & Culture
Dhaniya Authentic Indian Cooking by Aubergine (Milton Keynes)

Mobile App
Pocket Sergeant (Cambridgeshire)

Responsive Website
Countryside (Essex)

Website: Tourism & Hospitality
Visit Essex (Essex)

Website: Marketing & Creative
TEDx Royal Tunbridge Wells by ifour (Kent)

Website: B2B
Lumina Energy by ifour (Kent)

Use of Social Media for Business
Fluid Studios (Hertfordshire)

Online Retailer
Barker Shoes by Visual Identity Creative (Milton Keynes)

Use of Video for Business
Milton Keynes Museum by Wise Guys (Milton Keynes)

Countryside (Essex)

ESSEX: Heart Radio Tunes In For EDA17

The biggest radio station in the county has tuned into the Essex Digital Awards 2017.

Heart Essex has signed up as “Broadcast Media Partner” for EDA17 following a successful tie up between the Digital Awards and its sister station in Milton Keynes.

Heart Essex – which boasts a weekly audience of 415,000 (RAJAR Q.3 2016) – is part of Global, the media and entertainment group, which is home to a host of other household names including Smooth Radio Classic FM, LBC and Capital.

The station is home to long-running breakfast show presenters Martin and Su along with Essex favourite Mark Wright and Emma Bunton.

The EDAs is the first and only awards solely to recognise the online achievements of businesses, schools and charities and now has the largest following of any awards in the county.

Entry for EDA17 closes on February 17, 2017.

In recent years, Heart Essex has grown its multi-platform business with a popular website as well as establishing an influential presence on social media platforms.

Every day Heart Essex delivers breaking news, travel, showbiz and competitions to more than 32,000 followers on Twitter and more than 110,000 fans on Facebook.

As broadcast media partner, Heart Essex will share news on the Awards through social media and

The EDA17 Presentation Evening will take place at Boreham House on May 18, 2017, and members of the Heart Essex team will attend.

Robin Bailey, Head of the EDA Judging Panel, said: “We are delighted to have teamed up with Heart Essex for EDA17.

“Their migration across to digital platforms over the past few years has been executed with great energy and imagination, they have a substantial online reach and we are delighted to be getting involved with them.”

Katy Flower, Commercial Director at Heart Essex, added: “We are thrilled to be working with EDA17.

“Essex is a vibrant county with so many digital entrepreneurs and it’s great that we’re able to help celebrate this culture of innovation.”

ESSEX: Skills Board Backs EDAs For 2017

The Essex Employment and Skills board (ESB) is to back the Essex Digital Awards for the third year running.

The ESB is a strategic body which is made up of representatives from local businesses such as Ford UK, Raytheon and IFDS, FE and HE educators, the NHS and local authorities. The board has been created to provide businesses and the public sector influence in the development of workplace skills across the county and will sponsor the “Website: Small Business” award.

It will also preside over the “Future of Essex” award through the ESB’s Education and Industry STEM Programme.

It is the third year that the “Future of Essex” award is to be presented at the Essex Digital Awards.

It was launched in collaboration with the EDA team to recognise the array of promising young digital talent around the county through technology-based projects which bring together schools, students and people from businesses around the county.

Paul Coffey, ESB sector lead for IT, Digital and Creative, explained why the organisation chose to get involved with the Awards once again: “We are delighted to be supporting this event which shares our views that exceptional local skills and businesses should be celebrated.  As the digital and creative industry expands, offering both opportunities and challenges, we must ensure Essex is well equipped to thrive.”

The ESB Education and Industry STEM Programme has, over the past year, informed, inspired and enabled over 1,000 young people across 30 Essex schools to work with local businesses and consider a career using their science, technology, engineering and maths skills.

For further information on the Programme, click here:

The ESB has four main objectives, which are:

To ensure the creation of a robust evidence base for skills and to use this to develop an executable five-year business plan which incorporates an implementation plan and is reviewed annually

To support the deployment of the new enabling mechanisms which contribute to the closer alignment of skills provision and business need – including an online employer portal and the Essex Skills Investment Fund (ESIF)

To champion involvement and participation in the skills system by engaging widely with businesses through disseminating information from the Board and by creating the conditions which allow the views of interested businesses to be taken into consideration

To take the case for requisite finance and flexibilities to Government on behalf of all Essex providers, businesses and public sector agencies.

Information on the ESB and other activities is available at: