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Digital Catalyst


During lockdown businesses, employees and customers have rapidly started using digital technology.

It is estimated that two years worth of ‘digital adoption’ has occurred in just two months and businesses that already operated in the cloud and traded online have found it easier to adapt and pivot.

The continued use of digital technology will be critical to getting your business back up and running during the restart phase and thriving as the recovery takes hold. Digital Catalyst has been redesigned to meet the change in business needs and to help overcome some of the current challenges.

Delivered by Winning Moves

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We will support your business to get back up and running by using digital technologies and approaches to:


• Adapt your operations to conform to social distancing rules

• Develop new ways of attracting new and existing customers

• Identify how you can continue to deliver a great customer experience

• Develop a more flexible and resilient business model

• Identify ways to reduce costs and manage cash flow

• Protect against an increased rate of cyber attacks


Using Winning Moves’ revolutionary Digital Transformation Framework, our Digital Technology Experts will work with you to carry out a Restart Health Check which will consider how you can change and adapt your business model and how digital technology can help make it happen.


Following the initial review, our Digital Technology Expert will work with you to develop new ideas on how you can adapt and change your operations and customer journey, identify new opportunities, attract customers and develop resilience.


Our Digital Technology Expert will agree an implementation plan with you. They will identify critical actions, resources and finance you will need and will provide hands on support to get the ball rolling.

Who is it for?

The Digital Catalyst service is designed to get SMEs in the Humber region back up and running and growing as the economy recovers from the Covid19 pandemic. Businesses must have 249 employees or less, operate in an eligible sector and demonstrate that they have the ambition to grow their business.

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We’ve made it simple to access

We’ve already helped a number of businesses on their way to success and want to make it as simple as possible for you to access support too. If you’re interested in attending a bespoke one-to-one session, taking part in one of our workshops or finding out whether you’re eligible for a business grant, just follow our three simple steps:

Step 1.
Find the right scheme for you

The #GrowMySME programme offers support for businesses through three schemes. Browse this website for more information about each.

Step 2.
Are you eligible?

95% of SMEs in the Humber region may be eligible to access support. If you’re a business with under 250 full-time equivalent employees you should fit the bill.

Step 3.
Enquire now

Simply complete an Expression of Interest and we’ll check your eligibility for you. One of our advisors will then be in touch to find out how we can help.

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Is your business eligible?

As a minimum, your business must:

  • Be trading in the Humber area – Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, North East Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire
  • Have less than 250 full-time equivalent employees
  • Have a turnover of less than €50m or a balance sheet of less than €43m

If eligible, SMEs will be able to apply for all aspects of the #GrowMySME programme.

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Want to find out more or chat about how we can help?

To find out more about the range of services, events and grants that the programme offers, contact us on our enquire now page or give us a call.

Finance for Growth, ICT for Growth and the Business Growth Scheme are supported by the 2014 to 2020 European Regional Development Fund Programme. These schemes are delivered by Humber Business Growth Hub and Hull City Council, in partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council, North Lincolnshire Council, North East Lincolnshire Council and e-factor Group Ltd.