Vouchers to help businesses make a mark online
A BUSINESS group is offering people £150 to spend on improving their website and social media.
Bucks Business First, along with its business partners, is offering vouchers worth £150 to help people improve websites and social media use.
The vouchers, called Get Online, Trade Online, can be used in a variety of ways and aim to get more businesses thinking about their online presence.
David Kemp and Olivia Robinson, from Chesham, set up doggy daycare company, Schnoodles Doggy Care, this month and are planning to use the vouchers for online ads and to hire an external social media marketing agency.
Mr Kemp said: “I grew up using social media and although in theory a business account is the same as a personal account, in reality there are key differences in how to use them and what to publish on them.”
Vouchers are available until March 20. Visit www.bbf.uk.com.
SOCIAL: David Kemp and Olivia Robinson of Schnoodles Doggy Daycare