A new programme funded by Mid Ulster District Council and delivered by We Are Digital, is encouraging local businesses to develop a ‘culture of digital’.
Designed to help local companies understand and take advantage of the opportunities presented by ICT and a professional on-line presence, the ‘Mid Ulster Online’ programme will support 20 businesses over the next six months.
The Programme will assist a number of businesses located within the Mid Ulster District Council area.Each business selected will receive a detailed Business Audit, up to three days’ one to one consultancy support tailored to improve the business capacity and engender opportunities for growth, development, increased competitiveness and sustainability.
Incorporated within the Mid Ulster Online Programme is the development of an action plan which focuses on short, medium and long term actions.
Chair of the Council’s Development Committee, Councillor Frances Burton, welcomed the new programme:
“We are committed to helping companies achieve their potential through an online marketing presence and this programme provides the practical guidance, advice and tips to ensure they can tailor their activity to best suit their needs and markets”.
Daryl Conway, We Are Digital, stated:
“The Mid Ulster Online Programme presents a tremendous opportunity for businesses to develop their online marketing skills and grow their business by reaching new customers in new markets in a cost effective and innovative way. I would encourage anyone who is interested to visit www.midulsteronline.com and download an application form.”
To check eligibility and for further information on the Mid Ulster Online Programme contact Daryl Conway on 077 3822 1064 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application forms are downloadable at www.midulsteronline.com. Completed application forms must be returned by 5.00pm Friday 17 June 2016.
Interested businesses are encouraged to complete and return an application form, please note This is a competitive process subject to an eligibility and assessment process. Places on the programme are limited.