Attending Webinar

Digital Drive County Durham can offer your business 12 hours funded support with masterclasses, workshops, conferences and one-to-one consultancy, digital health checks and up to 40% investment in digital projects to help your business go further. New events are added all the time, so there is sure to be something for everyone.

As part of the programme, these are some of the funded events coming up for businesses in County Durham.

2 December - Content Creators Unite 

Creating content that connects with your customers is a key part of a successful sales and marketing strategy in 2021. Content marketing is changing, and quickly. With so many outlets to reach your customers it can be hard to decide what you need to do, when you need to do it, and how!

8 December - Email Marketing Workshop

Join us for a fast and action-packed day on the art and science of email marketing that will give you a new approach to building trust and relationships via the Internet.

For a list of all upcoming Digital Drive events and to register, visit

Digital Drive County Durham is a programme being delivered on behalf of Business Durham, the economic development arm for Durham County Council, to help eligible small businesses make the most of digital technology. The project can help businesses access grant funding support of up to 40% towards the cost of:

  • Digital consultancy projects
  • Equipment that will help to improve your business through the use of digital technology
  • Website, app or software build
  • Broadband infrastructure and installation

In addition, the programme offers webinars and events in a range of digital topics with the support of advisors to make the most of digital opportunities available to business.

Digital Drive County Durham is funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Business Durham, which works on behalf of Durham County Council and private investment and forms part of the wider Digital Durham initiative to transform broadband speeds for residents and businesses across the North East.

Amanda Armstrong
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