Faster broadband rollout for Staffordshire firms

Monday, December 1st 2014
Businesses across Staffordshire are being encouraged to sign up for faster broadband services.
Faster broadband rollout for Staffordshire firms
Faster broadband services are set to be delivered for businesses across Staffordshire and companies interested in being connected to this improved service are being encouraged to attend a number of local events.

The series of free 'Optimising Business Broadband' seminars have been organised by Broadband Delivery UK and will see digital marketing expert Andrew Lloyd Gordon offer insight into the improved levels of customer engagement that faster broadband can provide, the Staffordshire Newsletter reports.

Funding for the project has been provided by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Cabinet Member for the Economy, Environment and Transport at Staffordshire County Council Mark Winnington told the publication: "The ERDF funding will show businesses how they can use broadband to enhance the way they work, whether that's by increasing productivity, saving money or growing their business through online sales."

The next event will be held at the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, Wolseley Centre on 3 December 2014 and will run from 08:30 to 12:00 GMT. 

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