• Digital KnowHow

  • Provide knowledge

    In our 2018 UK Business Digital Index, we found that 1.7 million SMEs and 97,000 of charities lack basic digital skills.

    Do more online

    However, businesses with digital skills are twice as likely to see an increase in turnover than those without.

    Workshops with experts

    Thanks to our relationships with technology companies, we have helped over 700,000 individuals, SMEs and charities across the UK through face-to-face skills training.

  • Reach a wider base

    Spread the word online. You’ll be surprised how far it goes.

    Getting online can help you break down geographical barriers and open up a new world of opportunity.

    Using social media

    Build your brand

    Show what you do and what you stand for.

    Your brand is more than just a logo. Getting online can help you share your values and beliefs with your future customers.

    Building your website

    Advertise easily

    The people who need you are online. Are you?

    There are many ways to advertise online, and they’re not as scary as they seem. From social media to email, you’re only a few clicks away from reaching your audience.

    Marketing Online
  • Save time

    Make the most of your most precious asset: time.

    Admin is always going to be there, but the less time spent on it the better. Our online training and resources can help you be more efficient with your time.

    Banking online

    Be there 24/7

    Your voice can be heard round the clock online.

    Conversations about your organisation can happen at any time – day or night. Get online and be an active part of the discussion.

    Receiving money online

    Stay safe online

    You’ve invested in your online world. Now let’s make sure it’s safe.

    Some of your most important documents are online or saved on laptops. Keeping them safe is easier than you think.

    Staying safe online
  • The Lloyds Bank UK Business Digital Index uses online behaviour and survey analysis of small businesses and charities to understand their attitudes towards digital technology.

    Find out more
  • A guide to support Digital Taskforce members to help engage small businesses and charities with digital resources.

    Digital resources

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