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The Power Of Data

Imagine a world where your 'belief and passion' is backed up by ‘powerful evidence’ which is ‘beautifully communicated’. Find out about recent advances unlocking the power of data for social good. Leaders from charities and social enterprises are warmly invited to join us for this lunchtime seminar on 10th February in Hereford find details and [...]

By | January 18th, 2016|Business, Data Evolution|0 Comments

Crunching data on business, fast broadband and economic growth

We have recently completed some detailed data analysis for a European project on rural economic development, faster broadband and advanced ICT. The CREATE project (Connecting Rural Enterprise for A Transnational Economy) hired Data Orchard to gather, collate, and make sense of a range of data sets. These included data from face to face interviews, local [...]

By | November 18th, 2015|Business|0 Comments

Data Orchard commissioned to carry out further research into domestic violence and abuse

Data Orchard will be doing some new research on domestic violence and abuse in Herefordshire for West Mercia Women’s Aid, funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner. To explore whether there are barriers to some groups of victims accessing the support they need.

By | January 13th, 2015|News|0 Comments

Eardisley Neighbourhood Development Plan

We are proud that Data Orchard’s first client as a company was the Eardisley NDP group, helping with their residents’ survey and planning advice. They have inspired us with their determination to ensure the evidence gathered to inform the Plan was robust and inclusive; and that every meeting convened by the steering group was properly [...]

By | January 11th, 2015|News|0 Comments

A successful first year for Data Orchard!

Data Orchard started in autumn 2013 and we’ve had a successful first year, with much groundwork beforehand – here’s an infographic for you.

By | December 18th, 2014|News|0 Comments
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