A poster devised by a Cumbrian printing firm to help recruit apprentices has gone viral on the internet.
There is a mountain of free software available, but which is worth downloading, which is safe, and which will improve your business?
Welcome to the first article from in-Cumbria's Business Doctor, Peter Fleming. He looks into how Amazon's tiny average profit means you need to find new ways to compete.
- Online failures pegging back Cumbrian businesses
- Barrow Council website is worst for traffic
- Cumberland Building Society planning to do more online
- "Mobile-geddon" to hit Cumbrian businesses
- Superfast broadband cash hurdle cleared
- Software company’s digital marketplace role
- Superfast broadband project gets green light
- Social media can get people through the doors
Allan Lytollis, of Big Cumbria, gives some hands tips to improve your site's search engine optimisation
BUSINESS owners were shown how to tackle trolls and use video marketing online at a free social media workshop.
Connecting Cumbria has released a ‘final coverage guide’ that details which areas of the county are likely to receive superfast broadband. (4 comments)
Keeping an eye on your website and digital marketing can be a minefield - SEO expert John Nelmes has some tips to help you navigate it.
THE latest Cumbria Growth Hub business event went down a storm with a significant increase in the number of businesses attending.
In-Cumbria picks out some of the top tweets from the weekly online Twitter phenomenon that is the #CumbriaHour. Public speaking tips were on the agenda this week.
As the year nears its end, Connecting Cumbria’s broadband roll out is well ahead of schedule.
Paul Cretney, next generation access manager for BT, answers businesses’ questions about the progress of the project.
John Nelmes, business development manager at Commendium, gives Cumbrian businesses some great advice on how to make a great smart phone app.