Here at the UK Domain we have pioneered an exciting programme which aims to recognise great UK small businesses and charities who are making the most of being online.
So, if you’ve just created a fantastic new website, are already online or know of another business or charity you’d like to nominate, read on.
What is the UK Domain Leaders programme?
The UK Domain Leaders programme aims to celebrate small businesses and charities by sharing stories from real-life organisations on how they are successfully using a website and online presence to grow. It could be telling customers where their local store is, showcasing fantastic testimonials or using Instagram to promote products. We showcase the stories from real-life businesses in a series of case studies.
By taking part in these case studies, UK Domain Leaders get a platform to share their story and experiences with other SME and charity owners. We aim to support these businesses by creating a community, showcasing and promoting their case studies across online channels and giving them the chance to get involved in wider campaigns and content pieces.
Who are the UK Domain Leaders?
There are already some fantastic businesses and charities who have joined the UK Domain Leaders, from a range of industries including retail, architecture and tourism!
Just some of the great organisations involved include:
- Teddy Bears of Witney
- Bunting Boutique
- Go Outdoors
- Monsoon Estates Coffee Company
- Colin Prior Photography
- Katharine House Hospice
- Oak Tree Animals’ Charity
How can you get involved?
We are always looking for great small businesses and charities to join the UK Domain Leaders. You can either nominate your own business, a small business or charity you feel deserves to be recognised – or both!
If the nominated organisation is using a .uk website (.co.uk, .uk, .org.uk, or .me.uk) simply email us with the following details to nominate them:
- Company name
- Website URL
- Email address
- Telephone number
- Brief outline on how the organisation is using a website
This article was brought to you in partnership with the UK Domain.