Develop digital business skills with Power Up
We will connect you with FREE learning and support opportunities to help you develop the digital skills you need to run and grow your business.
⇒ Improve your web presence to reach a wider audience.
⇒ Sell online to boost sales and enter new markets.
⇒ Adopt cloud solutions to give you flexibility and reduce costs.
⇒ Use technology to streamline business practices, saving you both time and money.
To support you we are providing:
⇒ A digital skills directory to connect you with free digital skills learning and support opportunities.
⇒ A collection of information resources.
⇒ Workshops, events and advice sessions at the Business & IP Centre Glasgow.
⇒ An enquiry service at firstname.lastname@example.org to answer your questions.
To support the delivery of the project we would appreciate it if you would complete a short survey (two minutes to complete) to help Good Things Foundation to understand the kinds of businesses that require support and the types of support required. Please take the survey only once.
Baseline Digital Skills Survey
Digital technology and skills support directory - by topicWe have identified a range of free courses and resources from trusted providers to help you develop your digital skills.
Digital technology and skills support directory A - ZSearch our directory to find local and online providers of digital technology and skills learning and support.
BIPC Glasgow EnquiriesContact us with your Business & IP enquiries
Business information resourcesCurated lists of digital technology and skills information sources (Power Up guides), books and eResources
Workshops and eventsFace-to face workshops, events and advice sessions in Glasgow
Digital Marketing Expert in ResidenceFree 45 minute appointment slots with our Digital Marketing Expert in Residence, Jamie McCoy from Consenna Ltd
About Power Up
Glasgow Life is delighted to be a partner of the Power Up initiative, which is supporting 15 exciting new projects to tackle the digital skills gap. Power Up is run by Good Things Foundation, with financial support from J.P. Morgan.
Power Up aims to drive economic and social inclusion through skills, powering up people, provision and places.
You can find out more about the funded projects and keep up to date with all the latest news from the Power Up initiative by visiting – www.power-up.org.uk and following #PowerUp