Tell Your Story Online Masterclass
Come along to this free informative and interactive event hosted by NatWest and we are excited to be accompanied by The Digital Garage from GOOGLE. We are delighted to have a Google trainer to deliver a masterclass to any audience involved in business to help grow their business or career online.
In this session Google will help you learn how to make your website shine across all devices and improve your digital presence through social media, online video and Google My Business. The first step towards making the most of internet is to show off the best of your business online. Make your website shine, on computers and mobile devices, develop rich content, and learn about the importance of measuring success with analytics.
08.30am - 09.00am Teas & Coffees
09.00am - 09.45am "Tell Your Story Online presented by Google"
09.45am - 10.15am Networking
Parking is available for FREE on site. Remember there are limited tickets available so please ensure you get your place booked.
Please note: This event page is to register for the masterclass "Tell Your Story Online". We are also running 2 other masterclasses with Google today and will be covering "Reaching New Customers Online" (10.15am) & "Knowing your business with Google Analytics" (11.30am) . If you wish to also attend either of these events, please find the seperate event page for each to register and book your place.
NatWest Business Banking - we know that starting and running a business can be both exciting and challenging. We understand that entrepreneurs and businesses need the right combination of support, advice and funding to succeed, which is why we provide a wide range of services for businesses of all shapes and sizes, accross every sector.
The Digital Garage from Google - The Digital Garage (DG) project is a part of Google's commitment to provide free digital skills training to 200,000 SMBs across the UK by the end of 2017. The training is offered both online and in-person, across the UK and this initiative is entirely non-profit and is funded by Google.