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NMK is a learning and business information hub for companies and individuals working in UK digital media.
NMK runs a website packed with articles, commentary and white papers. In turn, we produce a programme of topical and high-level events and courses, perennially well received due to the extensive research NMK undertakes to provide the broadest and most relevant perspectives. All events are offered at minimal cost to delegates to provide an accessible mix of knowledge and experience sharing combined with networking opportunities.
NMK actively encourages suggestions, feedback and requests from its audiences. Our not-for profit status means we are impartial and objective. Input from delegates, companies and industry bodies shapes the courses, events and online debate. NMK exists purely as a resource for the industry.Sharing ideas. Encouraging debate. Shaping opinion. Making sense of change.
NMK provides a forum for the industry by publishing reports, news and opinion pieces, from blog-style industry rants to critiques of best practice topics. Have an outlook or attitude that isn't being matched in your workplace or even industry sector? Then use the site as a sounding board to get to know like-minded people and get more out of working in digital media.
NMK's event and seminar programme is developed to address topical issues of importance to those with an interest in digital media. From intimate debates about the latest issues and developments, to high-profile conferences, the defining element of all NMK events is intelligent interaction with an audience of peers. If you have a burning issue you feel needs further discussion, let us know and we'll try to help.
NMK's short, intensive courses help individuals to develop professional skills and businesses to achieve their strategic goals. All practical, result-orientated NMK courses are designed and taught by experienced practitioners. Attending an NMK course will provide you and your colleagues with a distinct competitive advantage.
NMK seeks to connect the industry. All our activities provide a forum to discuss the issues that matter in a relaxed and sociable environment.
The NMK programme of research draws on strong links with the creative industries to provide market intelligence and detailed analysis of the UK's digital media sector. If you have an idea about an area you think NMK should be researching, we need to know. Feedback from people in all digital industry sectors ensures NMK isn't missing anything out.
NMK is a not-for-profit body in receipt of public funding. NMK operates across economic boundaries, bringing together knowledge and expertise from commercial companies, professional bodies and higher education to provide objective, independent guidance and promote the success of the UKs digital economy.
Since NMK began as New Media Knowledge in 1997, it has been supported by the University of Westminster, one of the UK's leading educational institutions for digital media.