Northumberland firm to offer businesses digital guidance
Next month, Arch Digital is set to launch a scheme giving businesses in the county a raft of digital and online marketing support.
Arch Digital has commissioned a package of support which assists eligible businesses in Northumberland to harbour the benefits of online technologies through a superfast-broadband connection.
This fully-funded support programme will help businesses by means of face-to-face business advice, as well as giving access to a unique learning portal and tailored masterclass sessions with specialist trainers.
iNorthumberland Business Support will help businesses benefit from online technology, saving time, money and improving efficiency.
Social media, search engine optimisation, digital marketing, cloud technologies for business and cyber security are all aspects of the digital world that will be covered by this scheme.
Coun Dave Ledger, deputy leader of Northumberland County Council and chairman of Arch, told the Northumberland Gazette: “We firmly believe this programme will help the Northumberland economy to grow as businesses are supported to realise their full online potential. European investment will help us deliver these services.
“This is an important step to bring faster broadband speeds to every business in Northumberland and grasp all the benefits and opportunities this new technology can bring.
“Importantly, as businesses can flourish and grow they have the potential to support innovation, drive our economy and create jobs for local residents. That’s great news for them, but also for Northumberland.”
The European Regional Development Fund Competitiveness Programme 2007-13 is bringing over £300million into North East England to support innovation, enterprise and business support.
For more information about iNorthumberland Business Support call 01670 528453, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.inorthumberland.org.uk
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Ellen Forster .
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