Going digital can help your business in many ways – you can reach customers more easily, promote your products and services and store important data securely. But don’t just take our word for it – see what these local businesses say:

Firm draws on digital skills to achieve global sales


Jessie Bowman , Daisy and Bump

DIGITAL skills are helping a Teesside company sell its products around the world. Redcar-based Daisy and Bump specialises in children’s…

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Digital skills have helped freight firm achieve £1m turnover


Terry Goldspink, Evolution Forwarding

A FREIGHT and international shipping company is growing its customer base thanks to adopting digital technologies. Terry Goldspink and wife…

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Clare’s influence extends around the world – by Skype

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Clare Fenwick, Watson Lily

With an international clientele, Clare Fenwick’s executive search business often finds her in conversations with candidates and customers halfway round…

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Alan’s sporting goods giant exploited digital from the early days

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Alan Ransome, Ransome Sporting Goods

When international table tennis player Alan Ransome started his Middlesbrough-based sports equipment company in 1979, the internet was only a…

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Digital means not doing things three times

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Tony Smith , Smith Safety Solutions

For Tony Smith digital means saving time, generating more inquiries and reaching more potential clients. Tony launched his Health and…

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Nasser Din, Supreme Properties

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Nasser Din, Supreme Properties

Nasser Din is Managing Director of Supreme Properties, which owns Middlesbrough’s Boho Six and Durham Tees Valley Business Centre among…

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Evolving with digital

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Peter Cone, Evolution Valves

Stockton-based Evolution Valves has embraced digital ever since the company launched five years ago. The business produces engineering valves with…

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