Digital Technology: Decoded (House of Lords, 12 March 2015)

Decoded, founded in 2011, is an experience that has redefined digital education, bringing vital digital knowledge to everyone.

Their philosophy is that ‘Digital Enlightenment’ transforms individuals and organisations, empowering people and giving them a fundamental understanding of the technologies behind the screen.

Decoded believe that in business the freedom created by Digital Enlightenment cultivates an environment rich with constructive & creative discussions about technology which in turn leads to increased efficiency across the whole business.

Digital Enlightenment is a strategy that, when adopted, can transform a whole company.

On a personal level, this freedom empowers individuals to question technology, disrupt it and dismantle it. It equips them and their children with the tools needed to interrogate and exploit the technological advancements that are being made every day, turning them from consumers to creators.

Decoded believe that Digital Enlightenment is attainable for everyone and anyone.

They have a unique methodology that allows individuals to reach Digital Enlightenment quickly and effectively, taking people from zero skills to Digital Enlightenment in a single day.

Decoded call this unique process ‘Digital Transformation’.

Come and hear two founders of Decoded tell their story and describe how they believe ‘Digital Transformation’ – developing a digital mindset – can help entrepreneurs and, in fact, anyone from technophobes to teachers to live better in our digital world.

Our speakers: Kathryn Parsons & Ali Blackwell, ‘Decoded’ Co-Founders

See more about Kathryn at: and about Ali at:

The dress code for this event at the House of Lord is business attire.