DQ magazine is dedicated to providing news and views about the growing digital industries in the world's emerging technology markets.
Dominated, as the digital sector is, by the likes of Silicon Valley and the economic powerhouses of India, China, Korea and Taiwan, it can be difficult for smaller jurisdictions that are home to serious technology industries to have their stories told and heard above the din from the rest of the world.
Digital Quadrant aims to put that right by providing an outlet for companies, individuals and governments to tell their stories, to let the world know about the work they are doing in pushing the boundaries of digital technology and diversifying small economies.
Will Malta, Gibraltar, UAE, Singapore, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands be the home of the next big thing? Who knows? What we do know, is that they all have thriving digital industries and are transforming lives around the world as integral parts of the global digital revolution.
We welcome press releases and feature suggestions that will help the world learn more about technology providers from beyond the mainstream.
Please send your news and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kirsten Morel has over a decade's experience working in and writing about the tech sector, with a particular strength in telecoms. He has written articles on subjects as diverse as CCTV, wireless networks in Africa and alternative explosive detection technologies.
As digital technologies have spread across the world and small jurisdictions, faced with a changing macro-economic landscape, have had to rethink their economic and social compositions, it is time to help create links that bring these places closer together and more able to learn from each other. That's what DQ Magazine is all about!
Rose Bratch joined DQ Magazine following the successful completion of her bachelor's degree in English literature and media. Rose has previously worked for a number of publications including the Jersey Evening Post as Features Assistant, The News in Portsmouth as a Newsdesk Assistant and as a Features Correspondent at the Portsmouth University newspaper, The Galleon.