The UK government is offering to help take your business to the next level with it's newly launched Help to Grow: Digital scheme. The programme helps small and medium-sized businesses across the UK learn new skills, reach new customers and boost their profits.
Announced in Rishi Sunak's latest budget, the Help to Grow: Digital programme will be available for qualifying businesses who can access free online advice and money off software to help save time and cut costs.
What is Help to Grow: Digital.
Small businesses will get free impartial advice on how technology can boost their performance through a new online platform.
Eligible businesses will also be able to get a discount of up to 50% on the costs of approved software, worth up to a value of £5,000.
Vouchers will be available for software that helps businesses:
build customer relationships and increase sales
make the most of selling online
manage their accounts and finances digitally
Who is the Help to Grow: Digital scheme for?
All businesses will be able to benefit from free online advice on the platform.
The voucher is available to UK business that:
employ between 5 and 249 employees and are registered at Companies House
have been trading for more than 12 months
are purchasing the discounted software for the first time
The UK government will publish full details on the businesses and software eligible for the voucher this summer on the gov.uk website.