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Broadband exploitation grant

After the success of the first Broadband programme in 2005, the South East of England Development Agency (SEEDA) appointed Ngage to contract-manage the next phase.

Purpose:

The programme was designed to help SMEs utilise ICT in a number of different ways and move up the e-adoption ladder.

Approach:

Using our experienced marketing team and Business Link Advisers we were able to recruit over 180 customers who would utilise the exploitation grant, 2 customers who required specialist one to one ICT sessions and 164 generalist advice sessions. To be eligible for the £250 grant the customer needed to complete an application process and send in a quote for work they wanted to be implemented.

Outputs:

Due to over-achievement on the contract SEEDA were able to fund us for additional activities resulting in the following outputs:

  • a total of 220 exploitation grants;
  • 20 connectivity grants;
  • 38 Specialist one to one ICT sessions;
  • 204 generalist advice sessions.

By the end of March 2008, we had achieved 100% on all outputs and helped a number of businesses onto the e-adoption ladder or up the e-adoption ladder.

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