Access the latest essential research on the growing social media gap that impacts local businesses.

Data from 3.9m UK businesses reveals the urgent support SMEs need to respond to evolving consumer behaviour.

Get immediate access to the 42 page research paper, showing the digital health of businesses across the UK.

Access the latest essential research on the growing social media gap that impacts local businesses.

Data from 3.9m UK businesses reveals the urgent support SMEs need to respond to evolving consumer behaviour.

Get immediate access to the 42 page research paper, showing the digital health of businesses across the UK.

79%
of UK consumers spend
over 7 hours a week
on social media**
31%
of businesses have
a social media account
19%
of businesses are active
on social media

Immediate access to research and tools that measure the digital health of the businesses in your area

  • See the live social media performance of businesses broken down by each local authority area in the UK.
  • Understand how active businesses in your area are on social media.
  • Measure the impact of place-based digital marketing campaigns.

Watch the webinar: What the findings mean for local economic development plans, collaboration, and the need for measurement of the impact of support on local businesses. 

Watch the webinar:

  • See the research findings from businesses and consumers in more detail
  • Learn from the commentary and insight from industry experts
  • Discover how organisations can immediately deliver digital support to local businesses to bridge the digital skills gap.

Sign up today to access:

  • 42 page detailed research findings document
  • Live data on the digital performance of businesses in your area
  • EOI Questions answers to frequently asked questions from submitted EOIs to Local Authorities

Maybe* is working with local authorities across the UK to deliver multiple digital skills projects.

As part of these projects we have undertaken research to better understand the social media skills and capabilities of businesses set against ever-changing consumer habits. We have analysed data on over 3.9m UK businesses, supported by surveys completed by businesses and consumers which paint a picture of the digital skills gap.