What We Do

Inclusive Digital is an experienced and innovative digital production company.

We provide a complete digital service, from video production to online platforms. The company was set up in 2007, and has production bases in London and Barcelona.

We specialise in the following services:

• Website and App Design and Development
• eLearning Platforms
• Video and Audio Production
• Event Filming
• Live Streaming
• Video & Slides Platform

Current Clients

• Royal Society of Medicine (RSM)
• Association of Anaesthetists (AAGBI)
• Royal College of Radiologists (RCR)
• British Society of Rheumatology (BSR)
• British Health Professionals in Rheumatology (BHPR)
• Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT)
• Association of Business Recovery Professionals
• Mark Allen Group
• Sphere Medical
• STEM Graduates
• Literacy Trust
• British Council
• The Institute of Development Professionals in Education (IDPE)
• Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA)
• University of Birmingham
• University of Kent
• Coeliac UK
• New York Times
• East-West: the Art of Dialogue Global Initiative
• Centenary News
• Local TV Network
• Notts TV
• National Jazz Archive
• Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIB)


For filming, we use Sony PXW-X200 cameras, OsmoPro stabiliser cameras, MavicPro drone cameras, Sennheiser wireless microphones, and Dedo and LED lighting. For more complicated projects, we have access to extra camera, sound and lighting equipment through the London-based Alias, Smith and Singh broadcast hire company. For editing and graphics, we use Adobe Premier Pro and Adobe Premier After Effects. For post-production, we use the Evolutions post-production facilities in central London.

The Inclusive eLearning Platform and the Inclusive Video and Slides Platform are built on the Zend2 Framework, an open-source framework that provides a rich set of components for building web applications. Zend has an active developer community, which allows for regular updates and improvements. For general website development work, we build sites either on our own dedicated Zend2 Framework or on WordPress. For video streaming, we use the video.js player.

Inclusive has dedicated and managed servers at United Hosting, one of the UK’s leading hosting companies. United Hosting operates from a private data centre located in the London Docklands. They operate full pro-active server management, with 24-hours a day monitoring and maintenance. Our videos stream via the Amazon AWS network. Read more about AWS here.

Company Information

Registered Name:
Inclusive Digital Ltd
Trading Name:
Inclusive Digital
Registered Number:
Registered Address:
Suite 1, 3rd Floor, 11-12 St. James’s Square, London SW1Y 4LB
VAT Number:
180 3068 26
Data Protection Number:
Arthur G Mead
1 Fitzroy Square
Simons Muirhead and Burton
8-9 Frith Street
Spanish Subsidiary:
Inclusive Spain, SL
Valkiria Hub Space
Pujades, 126
08005, Barcelona

Company History

Inclusive Digital was set up in October 2007. Its aim was to bring together video production with website development.

From 2007 to 2015, the company specialised in a series of high profile video-based digital projects – such as the Jewel of Muscat (websites and TV documentaries), the Peace Channel, Kent TV, Vets TV, a web TV channel for the Co-Op, Pleasance Ahoy for the Pleasance Theatre, the National Jazz Archive’s Story of British Jazz, the global ‘East-West: The Art of Dialogue’ initiative, and Centenary News.

We also provided digital and TV consultancy to a range of companies – including Ten Alps (Kent TV), the Press Association/Trinity Mirror (News 3), and Brook Lapping/Google (the PAX project).

From 2010 to 2016, Inclusive broadened out in to the emerging Local TV sector. We were part of the INFC News 3 consortium and later the consortium that won the licence to launch Notts TV; we took a leading role in setting up and running the Local TV Network; we produced over 25 documentaries; and we provided Local TV consultancy to the University of Bedfordshire and University of Kent.

Alongside these projects, we also started to develop eLearning solutions – initially, in 2011, for the Royal Society of Medicine, and then for other professional organisations.

In 2015, the company made the decision to focus on being an integrated digital production agency offering 6 key and related services (website and app development, eLearning platforms, video and podcast production, event filming, live streaming, and our Video and Slides Platform).

From 2015 to 2017, we re-structured the company to optimise the provision of these services: migrating our websites to the new Zend framework, moving our video streaming to the cloud-based Amazon AWS network, investing in new cameras, digital storage and live streaming equipment, and upgrading the company’s production workflow, client handling and office management systems.

2018 will be an exciting year for the company, as we roll out an ambitious marketing and growth plan based on the 6 key digital production areas.