A SERIES of free workshops are set to help creative businesses on the East Coast step into the digital world.
Lincolnshire County Council has joined forces with local experts Kind of Digital to offer the workshops to freelancers, businesses and organisations working in the creative industries that are based in the East Lindsey area.
The events are aimed at existing and newly established small to medium-sized enterprises that want to change their business practises in order to be more successful.
Nicola Radford, Principal Development Officer, said: “The workshops are designed to arm you with the opportunities that digital technology provides. Not only will this help you become more competitive and reach many more potential customers, but could also improve your products and services, lead to new working relationships and much, much more.
“These events are likely to extremely popular. Book your place today. It could be one of the best business decisions you make.”
To reserve a place at any of the workshops, call 020 3286 5186, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.digitallincs.com/events/onlincolnshire .
Places are strictly limited to one per organisation and offered on a first-come first-served basis. Priority will be given to businesses in the East Lindsay area.
The project is partly-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
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