Business Doncaster, the economic development function managed by Doncaster Council, has launched a new website to inform and signpost businesses to key information and advice.
The eye-catching and easy to use website www.businessdoncaster.co.uk will also help to raise the profile of Doncaster and encourage businesses to invest in, or relocate to, the borough.
Since the coronavirus pandemic started, the need to support the local economy has only gained more importance. As part of the Economic Recovery Plan, there is a definite need to ensure Doncaster is at the forefront when businesses may be looking to relocate and help emphasise that Doncaster is the perfect location for any business, as well as offering support and information for local businesses to help them grow and succeed post-COVID.
Speaking about the website, Head of Service for Business Doncaster, Chris Dungworth said: “The website aims to showcase everything Doncaster has to offer as well as develop positive relationships with key stakeholders and organisations from across the business spectrum to help attract investment. It also looks to strengthen Doncaster’s strong and vibrant business economy by connecting local businesses with the excellent property search, developments, key sectors and business support currently available.”
He added: “We have already received positive feedback and the website is designed so that once on the site, users can switch between our sister site Visit Doncaster where you can find out about all the places you can visit. It is a very flexible online platform that can be easily updated, making sure it is adaptable for future demands.”
Business Doncaster is encouraging local businesses to support the website by sharing it and using it as a promotional tool to shout about just why Doncaster is a great place to invest, work and live.
It is the go to place if you want to find out everything business and investment related in Doncaster and all businesses are encouraged to take a look and send in any feedback to: email@example.com
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