The Department for International Trade are offering eligible businesses a one-hour website diagnostic with Noovo Creative throughout May.
The outbreak of Covid-19 is causing significant disruption to businesses across the UK with demand for products and services diminishing and we know clients across the region are seeing a decline in sales and as such, a decrease in revenue.
With reducing sales it is easy to lose focus or panic and waste money on advertising, which is why the Department for International Trade in Yorkshire and the Humber are offering eligible businesses* a one-to-one virtual meeting with web development experts, Noovo Creative who will explore your individual circumstances and help you to carve a pathway forward.
During a one-hour diagnostic, you will be recommended tailored actions, in line with your skillset and capabilities, that you can independently put into practice from any location to improve your website, attract new business and ultimately build business resilience in these unprecedented circumstances.
*Places are limited and eligibility criteria applies. We reserve the right to cancel your booking if the support is considered to be unsuitable for your current situation or business model. Where a cancellation is made, we will aim to provide you with an alternative service.
** Please note that in order to prepare for meetings and provide tailored support, relevant data will be shared with the provider.
More information and booking details can be found here.
For further business support during COVID-19, visit our Coronavirus information hub.
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