Digital marketing business boost programme launched for NI organisations

  • Marketing agency and consulting service provider Today Real Time Digital has launched a new support programme aimed at helping organisations and businesses bounce back from a difficult 2020 and propel towards success in 2021.

    The year-long initiative will see one successful applicant selected each month for over £1500 worth of dedicated digital marketing support, including a £200 digital advertising grant. 

    Dedicated management, coaching, optimisation and reporting for the duration of the digital marketing campaign will also be available.

    Real Time Digital Senior Consultant Anna Robinson who heads up the scheme said: “This is an excellent opportunity for any business or organisation who need help to improve their online presence. The support available will see the implementation of a digital marketing action plan tailored specifically to the applicant’s business or organisation.

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    “We want to give something back to organisations who have had an unprecedented year surviving a global pandemic and navigating various complexities of lock downs and restrictions. This may be a starting point, a last resort or a helpful hand to get back on track and we’re really keen to help, wherever your business or organisation is in their journey”.

    The agency recommended entries from small to medium business, charities or community groups based in the UK and Ireland who have been adversely affected by Covid-19 and could benefit from digital marketing support to help them recover or diversify.

    The first Business Boost programme opened on Monday 18 January for entries and the first successful applicant will be announced 1 February.

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    For more information on the programme criteria and how to apply visit

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