+44(0)7889 600008 Steve.trigg@rag-consulting.com

RAG Digital

Agility through Mobility


A digital business bakes in cross-functional collaboration, flattens hierarchies and builds environments to encourage the generation of new ideas.  No single part of the business can transform the entire value proposition.


Business outcomes need to be pursued by multi-disciplinary product teams, led by leaders who have the backing to drive change and achieve new outcomes.  It is essential that a digital leader, who knows their craft, continues to be curious and keeps on learning.

Steve Trigg, Visionary thought leader at RAG Digital

As a large-scale Programme Director, Steve Trigg, founder of Rag Digital, has extensive operational experience in both the Public and Private sector, successfully deploying mobile device digital solutions to half a million global users.

An instinctive Super-Connector who knows what is going on everywhere in the incumbent organization and able to cross domain boundaries with ease and dexterity. Well-liked and well-informed, Steve is the person you turn to for help when barriers need breaking down and hurdles need to be jumped.

Possessing natural leadership skills and relishing a challenge places him in an ideal position to turn your digital strategy into reality.

Natural and Renewable Energy

Steve is currently exploring options on how flexible working through mobility delivers new lower carbon solutions to operate the electricity networks of the future.  These options include, transportation logistics efficiencies and promotion of home-working technologies.

Energy from Renewable Sources

Renewable energy is energy that is collected from renewable resources which are naturally replenished constantly, such as sunlight, wind, waves and geothermal heat.  This energy often provides energy in four important areas: electricity, air & water heating/cooling, transportation and rural off-grid energy services.  These resources offer significant opportunities for energy efficiency over wide geographical areas, in contrast to other energy sources which are concentrated in a limited number of countries.

Growth of Efficient and Cheaper Energy

Renewable energy systems are rapidly becoming more efficient and cheaper. Their share of total energy consumption is increasing. Growth in consumption of coal and oil could end by 2020 due to increased uptake of renewables.



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Contact Steve

If you would like to find out more about working with Steve, contact him @:

• Mobile: +44(0)7889 600008
• Email: Steve.trigg@rag-consulting.com