Brummie SME’s – How can #superfast #connectivity help your business?

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Free connection to high speed broadband for eligible Birmingham SMEs – a vital event to help you develop your business

Thursday 10 April 2014

The Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham

10.30 – 15.00

#smartbrum

#superfastbritain

The Connectivity Voucher Scheme is to help fund a new faster broadband connection for small and medium-sized businesses, charities, social enterprises and other not-for-profit organisations. It is funded by the Government’s Urban Broadband Fund and the European Regional Development Fund.

This is a grant (not a loan so you don’t have to pay it back) to provide affordable solutions that will help you get connected to superfast broadband. Full details of the grant process and the benefits of the connection scheme will be explained at the event but in summary, Digital Birmingham will cover up to £3,000 of the connection costs of superfast broadband for eligible organisations – usually enough to pay for all the work.

  • you will hear from companies who have benefitted from the scheme
  • be able to talk to leading businesses with opportunities for a digitally connected supply chain
  • meet a range of Internet Service Providers who can advise you on the best options and help you choose the best solutions.

Join us at this launch event if you’d like to take advantage of the benefits of operating in a Superconnected City like Birmingham.

Registration is at 10.30 for an 11.00 start. Lunch is served at 12.30. Networking and the exhibition continue until 15.00.

For furtherinformation, please visit http://www.nextgenevents.co.uk/events/birmingham-voucher-launch or register here

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