The Bucks Herald has some good news for small and medium sized businesses in the county of Buckinghamshire. A project aimed at helping diversify trading across the country is offering £200 connection grants, up to £200 of advice or £200 towards expanding a company's current use of the Internet.
Some statistics for broadband use in the county can be found on the BT website here, namely the county has reached a take-up figure of 44% compared to the national average of 29.1%.
For people wanting to find out more, visit www.e-bucks.org.uk. For small businesses who perhaps are confused by the prospects of embracing broadband, projects like e-Bucks can offer the chance to reduce both the costs, but perhaps more importantly advice on the various options.
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