Creative Entrepreneurs have partnered with Digital Boost to support small businesses in the creative industries.
As the Covid-19 crisis started to unfold, digital boost was amazed by the number of volunteers who joined the NHS. However, thousands of smaller organisations – like creative businesses, charities, and social enterprises – also needed their own small army of volunteers.
We know that many aspects of everyday work and life have been disrupted due to the pandemic. Small businesses, creative start-ups, and charities are particularly vulnerable often needing new digital ways of working and connecting with people to stay afloat. From building a website to launching digital advertising, to scaling up delivery for e-commerce, many businesses can do with a hand from experts who’ve done this all before.
That’s why Digital Boost was born, with a mission to help smaller organisations thrive in the digital space. In 2021, As part of International Women’s Day celebrations, digital boost pledged to mentor at least 500,000 women-led businesses by 31st January 2022.
Digital Boosts key objective is to encourage more small business owners, especially women and other minority groups to engage with the program that offers a wide range of resources including workshops, training, and one on one mentoring from a selection of great industry names, including our very own founder Carolyn Dailey
“I am committed to supporting female-led businesses not only this #InternationalWomensDay but every day of the year.” “If you want to chat with me and others like me about #digitalskills for free, just sign-up to set up a session!’’ Carolyn Dailey, Founder Creative Entrepreneurs
Digital Boost can help your business:
- Bring your organisation online: including tackling SEO, Social Media & Sales, and Marketing
- Grow your business: through E-Commerce sites, Branding & logos, User Research
- And more: Including working remotely, digital marketing, content strategy
If you are ready to sign-up for support with Digital Boost please do check out their website here for more information and details on how to book a range of experts to support your business, including Creative Entrepreneurs founder, Carolyn Dailey.