Wiltshire firms to learn more about superfast broadband

Thursday, May 8th 2014
Businesses in Wiltshire have the opportunity to attend workshops to learn more about superfast broadband.
Wiltshire firms to learn more about superfast broadband
Businesses based in Wiltshire are being given the opportunity to attend workshops to learn more about the benefits of a superfast broadband connection.

The free sessions - which are entitled Your Digital Business - are to be run by Superfast Business, a wide-reaching project that aims to teach UK firms about how upgrading their broadband can enhance their performance.

Those being held in Wiltshire will focus on how the high-speed technology can make a company better placed to compete with rivals in an increasingly digital age.

Your Digital Business will also cover understanding technical jargon, online marketing techniques and examples of how firms can apply what they have learnt in their daily practice.

Head of Innovation at Business West Paul O'Collins said: "We are urging businesses with strong growth potential to visit the Superfast Business website and register to find out more about the service - it has the potential to revolutionise the way they operate."

Superfast Business is hosting events across the country, but those in Wiltshire will take place at the Mercure White Hart Hotel in Salisbury and the Marsh Farm Hotel in Wootton Bassett on 21 May and 22 May respectively.

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