Digital+ Programme announces final digital marketing masterclasses

The Connecting Cheshire Digital+ business support programme is running its final three masterclass events before the project closes in July.

To date, the project has helped more than 200 small firms since its launch in May 2018 with free expert support on digital marketing and technology, including social media and cloud computing, as well as how to optimise their website. The 3 masterclasses will take place on:

15th May – Park Royal Hotel, near Warrington
6th June – Willington Hall Hotel, near Tarporley
10th July – Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, near Chester

For more information on the programme and to book a place visit: www.digitalpluscheshire.co.uk 

Based around an intensive one-day masterclass event, the programme has been highly rated by past participants with over 96 per cent claiming the support met or exceeded their expectations.

SBH Radiators, based in Winsford, a family business that manufactures and distributes premium quality hand-made stainless steel radiators have benefitted greatly from Digital+.

Kathy Smith, managing director said: The Digital+ Programme allowed us access to free training and resources to help to clarify what our business could and should be doing; it gave us the dedicated time to think about our activities on social media, what our website was doing and really delivered advice in language that small business owners understood.

What was unexpected, but has been really beneficial, has been the ability to mix with other small business owners that have the same problems as ourselves such as lack of knowledge, finance, or time, and share our experiences in overcoming these.”

The Digital+ programme is part of the Connecting Cheshire partnership’s Digital 2020 programme and aimed at eligible small and medium-sized businesses in Cheshire and Warrington. The programme is managed by the Skills and Growth Company, supported by the 2014 to 2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme.

Photo: Kathy Smith, managing director, SBH Radiators

www.sbhradiators.co.uk

Continue Reading