This week the Digital Destinations Project are hosting their second seminars for 60 businesses that are signed onto the project.
The aim of the yearlong project is to capture change in the adoption and use of digital technologies and to develop a strong, competitive local tourism economy.
Each business that signed up to the project is assigned a final year E-Marketing student who will eventually help them come up with an online strategy.
Dr Philip Alford and Online Consultant Maureen McAllister will be helping the businesses throughout the project and teaching them online best practice for their business.
As well as this each group will participate in a series of knowledge exchange activities including strategic online marketing workshops, webinars on best practice case studies in e-marketing, expert speaker presentations and exclusive access to resources and materials to enable them to stay ahead of the digital economy.
For more information on the Digital Destinations project please visit http://www.budigitalhub.com/