SBTC invests in the future with the launch of a new website

Social Business Technologies Consulting (SBTC) has invested for the future growth of the company with the launch of a new website aimed at connecting it closer to SME’s across the UK.

The business transformation consultancy has unveiled a fresh new look website loaded with new digital and interactive features.

The site has been designed as a valuable resource for its clients and business partners by offering the latest business information including insights across a number of its key service areas. The website forms part of a company strategy to build and invest in the business for future growth.

Steve Tuitt, director of SBTC, said the new website was an integral part of the firm’s ongoing growth plans.

He said: “There is a growing need for good advice and resources for SME’s across Leicestershire and the UK to help them fast track their business growth plans.

“We believe there is potential to grow our market share by providing good quality advice especially around the use of technology in business and the investment in a new website is a core element of our future growth strategy.

“It is a unique website and differentiates us from the industry norm and this investment is an indication of the confidence we have in the business and growth in the market.”

SBTC is business transformation consultancy with over two decades of experience with a client base includes public, private and not-for-profit groups. Its core services include strategic development, business analysis, designing and developing business systems and project management.

Mr Tuitt added: “Our approach combines current business and technological thinking and we firmly believe in what we do and we are committed to providing our clients with the best service.

“This new website provides us with an interactive, dynamic platform from which to share those industry insights and thought leadership with existing and potential clients looking for perspective and best practices.”

The new website has been designed to be user-friendly and visitors to the site can quickly navigate to find information and with just a few clicks.

It uses the latest online media tools while users will be able to download useful resources. A dedicated news section will keep visitors updated on the latest information from the company.

The website was created by Seventy Nine PR and Marketing based in Leicester who will now be working on a PR and Social Media campaign for SBTC.

The new website can be found by visiting


  • Dear Steve

    I just wanted to add my thanks to those given to you today for an excellent piece of organisation and logistic planning. The Awayday went smoothly and the table groups remained focused and engaged. You managed the event calmly and we covered a lot of ground. Thank you and best wishes.
    – Jane, LBN Deputy Director Education & Skills CYPS – Strategic Commissioning.

  • Steve Thanks once again for the effort you are putting in this project. There are some pleasing and encouraging improvements to the documents’ structure and content how ever there are still some touched urgently needed that if effected in my opinion it will be a working document. Mission statement part 2 is superb.
    – Dumisani Papaya (BSc, MSc) Project Director Skills Enhancement and Utilisation Project (Seup)

  • Thank you Steve, you made the process enjoyable and easy to understand. I very much enjoyed helping out with this.
    – Dena Allen, Senior Customer Relations Officer, Customer Relations Service, Resource Group, Warwickshire County Council

  • We worked well as a team because , we have spent deliberative time on what we wanted to achieve and were very clear on this in our planning group meetings. This meant a change in detail was managed as this did not change the outcomes we were working towards. So well done to one and all. 🙂
    – Vandna Gohil, TLI Change & Programme Manager

  • I write to say a big thank you to all of you for such a successful AGM. Everyone appreciated your hard work and above all the professional way in which it was organised. It was clear from the audience that your presentation Steve was well received and judging from the comments from the floor endorsed that such a presentation as long overdue. Once again well done all of you.
    – Terry Harrison, Chair