2016 was a very interesting year from KnowNow’s perspective. We made a decision to pivot, we won some battles, lost some skirmishes and we have made some customers very happy. We also had to say goodbye to some old friends too. As Dave & I both said to each other at our end of year review “it has been a rollercoaster of a year!”.
David is delighted to be travelling to Kuala Lumpur to represent KnowNow at the UK Government’s Malaysia trade mission next week. He will join a group representing high growth UK companies at the technology mission organised by the Department for International Trade (DIT).
Kuala Lumpur’s famous Petronas Twin Towers – a must visit for the Malaysia Trade Mission!
New DIT Support Programme
KnowNow Information was selected earlier this year to be an inaugural member of the DIT’s Company Sub-Sector Support Programme (CSSP). This initiative is designed to help high growth UK businesses expand into targeted export markets. The aim is to deliver £350m of new export revenue for UK companies through collaboration with Malaysian organisations in the chosen priority sub-sectors. Continue reading →
A new service from KnowNow Information, Consentua, helps organisations build citizen trust as required under General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). It provides data processing transparency and gives citizens the choice and control needed to share data safely and comfortably.
Consentua – privacy and consent service
Consentua captures users’ consent to the use of their personal data. It provides GDPR compliance to organisations that process data. It also allows individuals to control how their personal data is being used.
You can now sign up to Consentua via CC2i, the collaborative government services co-funding platform at
Consentua is a consent management system from KnowNow Information that helps organisations to achieve GDPR’s data protection compliance. It also gives individuals choice and control over how their personal data is used.
Cognicity – the business accelerator KnowNow participated in 2015.
When it came to KnowNow’s innovative new consent tool what we needed was a view of the market. We needed to move from a hunch to a viable innovation backed up with evidence.
A consequence of being on a business accelerator is that you take a more methodical based approach to your innovation validation. This means fail fast and do the bare minimum and push only what has a positive response. Do more of that and less of the things that are not so positive. This is an iterative experience.