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Public asked to vote for SME support programme in Digital awards

Members of the public are being asked to vote for DigitalBoost in the Digital Leaders 100 Awards by 9 June. Digital Boost has helped thousands of Scottish SMEs become more innovative in their thinking and competitive in an increasingly connected world.

The programme is delivered on behalf of Digital Scotland by Business Gateway in partnership with Highlands and Islands Enterprise and Scottish Enterprise.

It includes workshops held throughout the country, one-to-one support from digital expert advisers, and an online Digital Health Check.

Businesses taking part have as a result been able to enter new markets, trade internationally, increase business efficiencies, and enhance their digital skills – all for free.

Digital Boost was shortlisted along with nine others in the Digital Public Service Innovation of the Year category and needs public votes to help it win.

More information about the programme is available at

People can vote online at Voting closes on 9 June.





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