Royston company gets grant boost to give free digital training to budding businesswomen

PUBLISHED: 17:02 05 December 2015 | UPDATED: 10:59 07 December 2015

Managing director Jayne Bratton with marketing assistant Claire Humphries.

Managing director Jayne Bratton with marketing assistant Claire Humphries.


Women interested in progressing in a career in business are invited to attend a free roadshow hosted by a successful Royston businesswoman.

Jayne Bratton, managing director of The Bratton Group and also founder of women’s networking group Business Babble, is delighted that her company has won a contract to run the 12 workshops on behalf of Cambridgeshire County Council’s Connecting Cambridgeshire programme.

The first Destination Digital event will be on Thursday, December 10, at the Melbourn Community Hub and will consist of workshops and one to one training with business coaches, IT and social media experts.

Jayne said: “Developing confidence and the digital know-how of women in business is key to their success. The Bratton Group is passionate about empowering women who are expanding or setting up new businesses.”

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