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Govt's Digital Boost contract with AcademyEX ends in December

Programme designed to get SMEs and sole traders doing better business online has more than 69,000 sign-ups.

Digital Boost helps SMEs create and maintain a better online presence.

Will Mace Thu, 06 Jun 2024

The Government’s free-to-use Digital Boost programme – designed to help small businesses optimise their online presence – is still attracting hundreds of new users each week despite a lack of marketing spend, but its continued funding is far from clear.

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and

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