Destination Digital helps more than 500 businesses use digital and online technology

PUBLISHED: 10:09 03 September 2014 | UPDATED: 10:09 03 September 2014

Destination Digital.

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A scheme which helps small businesses use digital and online technology has proved a resounding success.

Since it was launched in February, Destination Digital has helped more than 500 businesses.

They are running free business workshops to help small businesses learn about digital subjects and to find out more about the scheme.

On September 9, at The Boathouse Business Centre in Wisbech, a free workshop is being put on to show how to create a website on WordPress. Book a place at https://creating-a-website.eventbrite.co.uk

And on September 30, from 8.30-10.30am, South Fens Business Centre, Chatteris, will be the venue for a free workshop on how small businesses can use social media to increase sales and build customer relations. Book a place at https://social-media-chatteris.eventbrite.co.uk

For more information about Destination digital, go to www.destinationdigital.info

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