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Christchurch and East Dorset UK Councils Hint at New Broadband Vouchers

Monday, March 6th, 2017 (1:00 pm) - Score 378
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The Christchurch and East Dorset Councils have confirmed that they intend to launch a new Broadband Voucher Scheme in April 2017, which will be aimed at helping local businesses to get a “superfast broadband” connection installed.

At this stage there’s very little information about what will actually be on offer, although the plan forms part of the district authority’s Going for Growth strategy and further details are due to be unveiled at a “business breakfast event” on 21st March 2017 at Highcliffe Castle (here). Apparently the new scheme will be managed by the Superfast Dorset programme.

Event Information

The business breakfast event will mark the launch of our new broadband voucher scheme. We invite you to find out how superfast broadband can help your business and gain an insight into digital topics from local experts:

* Penny Syddall of Superfast Dorset on the latest developments from Superfast Dorset.

* Jake Moore, Dorset Police Cyber Crime Protection Advisor on cyber-security and defending your business online.

* Sharlene Lopez of Eye Catcher Media on how superfast broadband has aided her business.

At present a number of local and regional authorities are already running or preparing to run special broadband voucher schemes for businesses (South Yorkshire, Wales etc.). Similarly Devon and Somerset are planning to re-open their own voucher scheme in April 2017 and the Government may also announce something similar this very week (here).

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