Commsworld aims to educate Rural Scotland on digital benefits

Commsworld is lending its expertise to Scotland’s Towns Partnership’s (STP) Digital Towns initiative which aims to make communities across Scotland more technology-focused whilst bringing new data-driven and sustainable benefits.

The project is designed to help rural Scotland’s post-Covid recovery by adapting more businesses and organisations to selling products online and providing better bandwidth to companies which need reliable connectivity to communicate with customers and suppliers.

Bruce Strang, COO at Commsworld, said: “This partnership aims to ensure businesses in rural towns and villages through Scotland are fully aware of the benefits that high quality and highly resilient connectivity can bring.

“We want to educate every business on how a superfast service can be transformative.”

Phil Prentice, Chief Officer of STP, added: “Digital Towns will be a key feature of the post-pandemic, net zero agenda. We need digital infrastructure and approaches which embrace technology and help with wider placemaking; smart towns, virtual high streets, digital tourism and transport, blended co-working hubs and learning.”

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