An online resource to help Cornish businesses benefit from digital technology has been launched by Superfast Business Cornwall.
The Knowledge Bank is packed with impartial information and advice to help Cornwall and Isles of Scilly based businesses exploit digital technology to develop and grow.
It includes handy guides, checklists, top tips and videos on everything from digital marketing to app development. All businesses have to do is register via the Superfast Business Cornwall website at: www.sfbcornwall.co.uk/knowledge-bank.
Superfast Business Cornwall is a fully-funded service by the European Regional Development Fund to help businesses in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly understand, adopt and exploit digital technology for growth.
Mike Robertson, Superfast Business Cornwall team leader and Digital Business Enabler, said: “The Knowledge Bank is a rich resource for anyone looking to harness and exploit the power of digital technology to grow their business. Our in-depth guides, videos and articles are very user-friendly and we want the Knowledge Bank to be the go-to place for local businesses to find out how they can benefit from digital technology.”
Written in plain English, Knowledge Bank topics include: developing a digital strategy, selecting a CRM system, the online office, app development, big data, artificial intelligence, integrating systems and creating a successful website.
Superfast Business Cornwall offers a tailored programme of high quality information, advice and digital development, coupled with grants to enable new digital projects which develop a new service/ product, give access to new markets AND create jobs in the region.
The service also organises a number of events throughout the year and is planning a one-day conference at Goonhilly Earth Station on Thursday 19th October called Connect to the Future.
The conference will explore the use of digital technologies to boost business communication and growth. There will be workshops, keynote speakers, networking opportunities and a digital surgery with Superfast Business Cornwall Digital Business Advisers, as well as a tour of Goonhilly.
Superfast Business Cornwall it is fully funded by the European Regional Development Fund, so there is no charge for eligible businesses, start-ups and social enterprises to participate. The project runs until March 2019.
To register for free and to find out more about the Knowledge Bank, or to book a place on the upcoming Connect to the Future conference, visit www.sfbcornwall.co.uk, where you can also learn how Superfast Business Cornwall can support your business to make the most of digital technology.