Huron County Digital Service Squad

The Digital Service Squad members will provide one-on-one assistance to small businesses in Huron County, at no cost, to help them improve their use of digital technologies and enhance their online presence. The squad members can assist with a number of activities, including:

  • A digital assessment of your business’ digital literacy

  • Access to a free online video-based digital transformation training program

  • Developing a basic web presence or enhance your existing web presence by helping you activate easy-to-use tools such as Google My Business and social media

  • Applying for a $2,500 Digital Transformation Grant by assisting with the development of the Digital Transformation Plan portion of the application

Huron County Economic Development, in partnership with all nine municipalities and the eleven Business Improvement Areas (BIA) and other business groups across the County, received a grant through the Ontario Digital Main Street Initiative by FedDev Ontario and the Province of Ontario, in partnership with TABIA and OBIAA. For more information on Digital Main Street, please visit digitalmainstreet.ca.

 

Charlene Knox

Digital Service Squad Member – Southen Huron County C: 519.441.8024 | E: cknox@huroncounty.ca












https://www.huroncounty.ca/economic-development/our-services/incentives-programs/digital-service-squad/


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