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How does a visitor attraction continue to function if there are no visitors? This was the question facing Sarah Maltby, Director of Attractions at York Archaeological Trust (YAT), when COVID-19 struck and JORVIK Viking Centre had to close. The answer, as Sarah explains, was investing in digital to make new experiences and virtual events that people from all walks of life could enjoy.
If there is one way to persuade a business to adopt digital technologies, it is to explain how doing so can improve their bottom line. Bradford-based shed manufacturer, Power Sheds, is a striking case in point, having used digital tools to become a multi-million pound company in a little over three years of trading.
A new report commissioned by CityFibre, the UK’s largest independent carrier-neutral Full Fibre platform, has identified that York stands to be a huge beneficiary from the rollout of future-proof Full Fibre infrastructure.
York has made the shortlist to be chosen as the home of Great British Railways!
The government is on a mission to deliver lightning-fast, reliable broadband to everyone in the UK, investing £5 billion in Project Gigabit to ensure that hard-to-reach communities are not left out.
City of York Council’s Business Growth Voucher Scheme will issue vouchers of up to £1000 to eligible businesses in York which can be used to procure services from a list of York-based approved providers. These services can range from business management, legal aid and publicity to marketing, sales and e-commerce.