Our research and reports bring together data on the scale of the digitals gap, with evidence of the impact it has on both individuals and businesses.

They also lay out the difference being made by the FutureDotNow coalition, and perhaps most importantly, they include clear actions that businesses can take, to make a difference.

Annual Review 2021-22

Building a digitally confident and capable workforce is now non-negotiable, but the data shows c.8.6 million don’t meet the ‘minimum standard’ in Essential Digital Skills for Work. This report summarises the progress that’s been made in digital upskilling in the last 12 months, as well as FutureDotNow’s key achievements and our plans for the future.

Unpacking the hidden middle

Produced by FutureDotNow in partnership with PwC and Lloyds Banking Group, Unpacking the hidden middle’ provides new analysis on the digital skills of c. 30.3 million working people.

Annual Review 2020-21

In our 2021-22 Annual Review, ‘Collective action for a digital world’, we look at post-pandemic data, and present a ‘state of the nation’ for workplace digital skills.

The Hidden Middle Report

The Essential Digital Skills gap is largely viewed as a social issue. But there is a vital business angle; addressing this is fundamental to business recovery, productivity and prosperity. 

Annual Review 2019-20

After a dramatic first year, when so much happened and so much achieved, FutureDotNow produced its first Annual Review. But most importantly it describes what a coalition of major UK organisations has already done and will do to address one of the most serious issues faced by the UK, our digital skills crisis.

Building Digital Motives

We tasked the Oliver Wyman team with finding out what is stopping people from taking advantage of available digital skills training and how we as a coalition can help to motivate them. By undertaking a thorough review of existing literature and interviewing a multitude of relevant parties, the team identified a set of key themes.