GoDigital School, CEO, Junior Stewart, Reveals 7 Month Struggle Due To COVID-19
Redundancy, No Income And 3-Week Old Baby To Feed - How Will I Survive?
Junior Stewart, CEO of GoDigital School launches London's FIRST online marketing training company for Born Again Christians on 12th October 2020, during Black History Month. The company provides practical 100% video-on-demand internet marketing courses for Born Again Christians.
Helping Christians to protect their incomes by growing their own profitable online business from home, quickly, easily, and confidently.
GoDigital School - Set-Up Within 30 days
GoDigital School partners with verified online business experts (OBE's), who currently run their own successful internet businesses in the UK. Some of the best internet marketers in the industry, deliver high quality proven step-by-step online training that works.
Stewart, 45, set up his business within 30 days of upskilling and completing his CPD Accredited Diploma in Internet Marketing, achieving a distinction grade (92%). After being made redundant by phone, only weeks after starting a new position, not eligible for the furlough scheme.
With a 3-week-old baby, his wife Annmarie on maternity leave and their two other children to support, Universal Credit paid them £8.60 each per week.
What Is Your Plan B?
Junior says, "I needed a plan B. A new way to protect my income. Particularly, with the uncertainty of the economy, rising unemployment and redundancies. It would be a greater risk, to rely on employers who cannot guarantee your job or the Government to safeguard the financial wellbeing of my loved ones. I had to do something different. And, by the grace of God, He provided a way."
A study conducted by Henley Business School found that 1 in 4 UK adults have a side hustle business, which contributed to over £72 Billion a year to the UK economy. And a further survey by Google found that 65% of UK adults want to start their own business.
A Leap Of Faith
According to The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB UK), 88% of UK employers surveyed admitted that finding qualified individuals with up-to-date digital skills is a challenge for their business. So armed with this information, Junior enrolled himself on a CPD Accredited Diploma in Internet Marketing.
"I couldn't afford the course but I knew that more and more people were using the internet to buy products, services and finding answers to solutions. I don't want what happened to me to happen to anyone," says Junior. GoDigital School launches is now open for business.
To learn more go to www.GoDigitalSchool.co.uk.
Junior Stewart, CEO