Menta invites early-stage businesses to get ‘deeper into digital’
Enterprise agency Menta has launched a new Digital Enterprise Engagement Programme (DEEP), offering newly formed local businesses and those who are self-employed access to free digital training courses.
The initiative runs from now until June and represents an opportunity for businesses and individuals from a range of sectors to get “deeper into digital”.
It is a part of Menta’s wider Enterprise Engagement Programme and forms an element of the New Anglia Growth Programme, which is funded under the Regional Growth Fund.
The courses, available to businesses in Suffolk and Norfolk, offer training and mentoring for businesses wanting to develop their existing web presence or social media activity or which are loking for advice on digital marketing solutions, seeking to attract investment via digital channels or considering new digital routes to market,
To be eligible, candidates must meet one of the following criteria: be running a limited company which has been trading for less than 12 months, have been self-employed for less than 12 months or be thinking about setting up a limited company and employing staff.
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Alex Till, chief executive of Menta, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for businesses and individuals from a range of sectors from food, tourism and e-commerce to those in high-tech industries and marketing roles, to get deeper into digital.”
For further details visit www.menta.org.uk , call project manager Phil Pethybridge on 07817 794342 or 01284 760206 or email email@example.com .
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