Digital skills

Helping your business make the most of digital

At EE we want to share the potential of technology

Many small businesses don't know where to begin their digital journey so we've put together some no-nonsense toolkits to get you started.

Whether it's understanding how social media can benefit your business, setting up a website or getting to grips with e-commerce, we can help.

How we're doing it

Website management

First impressions are everything, and in a digital world many people's initial exposure to your business is via your website. That's why it's crucial to get the basics right.

Digital marketing

Spreading the word online is key to the long-term success of any business of any size – but for small businesses with tight budgets it's also a strategically sound choice.

 

 

Security

Ensuring your customers' personal information and data are safe online is a primary concern for small businesses. Find out how to keep their private details secure.

Case studies

Thanks to 4GEE, businesses are improving productivity and enhancing customer service. Take a look at our 4GEE success stories and see what EE can do for your business.

Small businesses are key to supercharging the UK economy, and these resources provide a great first step to improving their digital skills.

Baroness Martha Lane Fox Digital pioneer and Go ON UK chair

Go ON UK

Go ON UK is a cross-sector partnership aimed at making the UK the world's most digitally capable nation. EE is the only UK mobile operator among the eight founding partners, alongside the BBC, Lloyds Banking Group, the Post Office and Age UK.
 
Go ON UK has also launched digitalskills.com which brings together resources, from films to step-by-step guides, for individuals and small businesses to help them develop their digital skills.

Make digital work for you and your business

Is business making the most of its online opportunities?

Digital guru and Go ON UK chair Baroness Martha Lane Fox says British businesses are failing to harness the full potential of the net.

Why not read the digital edition of Business Edge?