Bondholder Gravity Digital has been invited by the Rural Business Group to attend Roundtable at Number 10 Downing Street. The invites comes as a result of the web design and digital marketing agency being a previous winner of the Rural Business Awards for best creative agency.
The Roundtable will be hosted by Niamh Mulholland, Business Relations Manager at the Prime Minister’s Office, and will focus on the challenges that rural businesses face and explore thoughts and ideas about how rural based organisations can address these challenges in order to have a real, sustainable impact on our rural communities - enabling them to not only survive but to thrive.
Anna Price, Co-Founder of the Awards and Rural Business Group said; "Our view is that successful rural communities are underpinned by successful rural enterprise in all its forms. We are delighted to be able to share some of our success with other hard-working rural businesses and give them the opportunity to be heard at the heart of Westminster. We look forward to a constructive and rewarding day."
Debbie Porter, Director of Gravity Digital will be attending on behalf of Gravity Digital said; “We are honoured to have been invited to participate in this Roundtable discussion at Downing Street. Gravity Digital has a number of rural based clients and we are proud to represent them, and ourselves with a forward-thinking group of businesses from all over the country.”
Sharon Stevens-Cash, Director of Gravity Digital added; “At Gravity we are a small firm with two offices, one rural and one urban. The disparity between them on essential business services is really striking and so we are pleased to have been invited to share our experiences with the Government.”