Manchester digital product and service studio Code Computerlove is offering to support organisations with tech for good initiatives by providing access to its new workshops.
Through its free to access workshops named ‘Make Change Fridays’, Code plans to help organisations with tech for good initiatives that are seeking solutions to challenging problems or improve digital service areas this year.
Code has recently trialled its workshops with LGBTQ+ charity Manchester Pride, where the agency provided strategic communications support in preparation for the charity’s 2022 marketing planning.
Using its experience across strategy, marketing, tech and customer experience design, the agency said it will support organisations with common business problems to hone in on how ideas might be tackled.
Rob Jones, Managing Director of Code Computerlove, said: “This is our way of giving back and supporting tech for good initiatives that make meaningful change to people’s lives and communities.
“We have always offered our event space for free to the local Manchester digital community to share ideas and collaborate, and we hope this initiative is another way we can help businesses thrive this year.”
Lizzy Holroyd from Manchester Pride added: “The team at Code were very insightful and generous with their time. They introduced a range of strategic and tactical comms ideas that has given us lots of impetus and a greater focus for our activities this year.”
The workshops will be held on Friday afternoons either at the agency’s office in Manchester city centre or remotely.