PJ.elements has received a 40% grant to update and redesign their website.
After 3 years of trading Pete Johnstone the owner of PJ.elements felt that the existing website needed a redesign to take into account how the business has developed and grown over the years.
PJ.elements based in Cambridgeshire provides project development, funding advice and support and photography services to community and environmental enterprises across the UK.
Pete Johnstone said, ‘’ I am really pleased with the grant from Digital Destination as it has helped me develop my website which has encouraged greater business opportunities. The additional consultancy advice and social media training offered by Digital Destination has also been invaluable in getting me up to speed with digital marketing.’’
Destination Digital is the project from Connecting Cambridgeshire (led by Cambridgeshire County Council) to help small businesses use digital technology. Small and medium companies, sole traders and charities can currently get the following free support:
- Connection vouchers worth up to £3000 to install superfast broadband (Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire only)
- Free advice with a consultant on how to grow your business using online and digital technology
- Grants providing a 40% discount up to £4000 on buying digital equipment and services for your business.
For more information on how Destination Digital can help local businesses, visit: www.destinationdigital.info
The PJ.elements website was redesigned by Koinoniaweb
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