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Go Digital, by Norfolk County Council, offers FREE support for micro, small and medium sized businesses based in Norfolk who want to make better use of digital tools to help them grow.
As part of our Go Digital programme we have launched a Suppliers Portal which promotes digital tech suppliers and training providers to micro, small and medium sized businesses based in Norfolk.
The portal will:
- Promote Norfolk digital tech suppliers and training providers to local businesses
- Provide businesses with a tool to find the right supplier for their digital transformation projects.
If you are a Norfolk based digital services supplier and wish to be listed on this free portal, please complete our short registration form that can be found here. You can add your company profile including a logo, products and services you offer and contact details. We will review your submission and get back to you if we need to clarify anything, before we publish it.
Go Digital is being launched by Norfolk County Council to help businesses based in the county identify digital opportunities. It will provide expert one-to-one consultancy and the ability to apply for grants of up to £500.
Digital opportunities could include how to sell products and services online, reach new customers using social media, build customer databases, develop new or existing websites and attract new visitors, or how to work out the best homeworking options for teams.
Successful Go Digital applicants will be assigned an experienced business advisor who will conduct a ‘digital audit’ and provide a comprehensive report to identify digital opportunities. The advisor will help the business put together an action plan and then businesses will have the opportunity to apply for a grant of up to £500 to help them deliver projects using this plan.
The launch of Go Digital comes during a year of lockdowns, which has left many businesses facing the challenge of reaching their customers remotely by utilising digital services in new ways.
Cllr Graham Plant, Norfolk County Council’s Cabinet Member for Growing the Economy, said: “We’ve carried out research and found that there is untapped potential for Norfolk businesses using more digital technology. Launching our Go Digital business support scheme is just one of the ways we’re helping businesses adapt and continue providing services for their communities through the Coronavirus pandemic.
Businesses can find out more and apply on the Norfolk County Council website at www.norfolk.gov.uk/GoDigital