Find out more about Dunoon's community, in a series of articles by local business people and organisations that support enterprise development.
workshops and events
Learn new skills and get an insight on digital from local creators through this series of on-line workshops and events.
WFH: Working from Home or Holiday
Wed, 2nd September, 7pm
Hosts: Hannah Clinch, Tacit Tacit and Ann Campbell, Dunoon Area Alliance
Help co-create Dunoon’s first ‘Working on the Move’ guide to connect freelancers, home-based workers and visitors to local work spaces, suppliers and resources in our community.
#freelancefriendly #coworking #remoteworking
DIY promotional film making
Wed, 9th September, 7pm
Host: Mike Blanco
How to make promotional films with just the tools that you have. Delivered by Mike Blanco of Sureshot Films, a brand new Dunoon based start-up.
Showcasing Local Talent
Walter Newton, illustrator and animator 21st - 4 October, 2020
Location: Window of the POP Shop, 28 Hillfoot Street, Dunoon
As part of Microbytes you can enjoy an exhibition of digital illustrations and animations by Walter Newton in the window of the POP Shop: a new design studio here in Dunoon.
Digital creators wanted!
Are you based in Cowal and involved in making promotional films; designing websites and graphics; creating social media campaigns; illustration or animation; developing online shops; or take stunning images? Are you keen to work with businesses based here in the Dunoon area?
Promote your creative services to businesses across the Dunoon area.
free, one to one support sessions with a locally based provider. For businesses wanting to make the most of digital tools.
About ://digital dunoon
Digital Dunoon is a regeneration initiative that aims to improve the digital footprint of the Dunoon area by building skills and capacity at a local level.
The initiative is led by the Dunoon Area Alliance and supported by Dunoon Presents, Scotland’s Towns Partnership, Argyll and Bute Council and Tacit Tacit.
The project responds to research started in 2016 during the 'Think Dunoon' Charrette. This work looked at how the social, creative and enterprise capital in our community could be used to support and sustain local regeneration.
The research identified the need for further support in the use of digital tools, i.e. a website, social media and digital learning infrastructure. The aim being to create a more holistic digital resource for the town that addresses the needs of our community. This project is being developed in phases as funding becomes available.
Contribute and contact us
If you have an event you would like to add into the programme, or a suggestion about what would help you use digital in your business, please let us know.