Superfast Bus arriving in Gloucester to drive IT and business growth
To help businesses understand more about the latest IT technologies and drive business growth, a mobile IT training bus equipped with leading edge IT is arriving in Gloucester on 20th November at the Gloucester Rugby Club from 08.30 to 10.00am.
14 November 2013
The Superfast Bus in on tour throughout the South West to bring ICT to the door of businesses in the area to demonstrate how the internet and technologies can open new opportunities, facilitate more effective working practices and improve productivity.
Free to hop on and attend, businesses will be able to see and understand how the latest Microsoft Cloud technology can give busineses a competitive edge with a number of experts on hand to give advice and provide free training sessions.
Supported by GFirst LEP’s ICT Sector Group, the event is being organised by Superfast Business, an organisation that is dedicated to promoting the use of superfast broadband and associated technologies to grow businesses throughout the South West with the aim to boost growth in priority sectors that includes manufacturing, advanced engineering, research and development, information and communication, environmental goods and services and creative industries.
Ian Bourne, Chair of GFirst LEP ICT Sector Group and Chief Executive of Cloud 20-20, a leading provider of Cloud based IT solutions based in Stonehouse said: “This is a tremendous opportunity for local businesses to have a taste of the latest technology and the benefits that it can bring to streamline existing practices and more importantly, drive growth and productivity.”
Businesses wishing to board the bus will need to pre-register and be eligible by visiting the events section of the GFirst LEP website www.gfirstlep.com. Places are limited on a first come, first served basis.