Delegates at YEN Expo, a major Bradford business conference, will have a one-off chance to benefit from a multi-million pound digital initiative to improve online skills. The Google’s Digital Garage project will form part of the YEN Expo Business Conference on Monday 6th November 2017.
The seminar will show delegates some of the ways in which to make your business more visible online so that new customers can find you, as well as the basics of digital marketing and some of Google’s various online marketing tools which can help business owners to reach prospective customers.
A 40-minute presentation will be followed by a Q&A session with Google digital experts.
Digital Garage is part of Google’s commitment to train two million Europeans in digital skills and is supported by the Confederation of British Industry, Federation of Small Businesses, Business is Great and the Government.
Alice Mansergh, director of Google Marketing Solutions for UK and Ireland said:
“Google’s products and free digital training are a growth engine for people and businesses up and down the country.
“So if you live in or around Bradford and you want to boost your career, or turbocharge your business, please join us at our Digital Garage and talk to our experts. We can help you connect to new customers, help boost your productivity or improve your employability no matter what field you work in.”
The YEN Expo conference, which attracts around 1,500 delegates and 60 exhibition stands is at Bradford College’s David Hockney campus.
YEN Expo 2017, is organised by YEN (Yorkshire Enterprise Network) and Malik House Bouse Centres, and is a full-day event held at the multi-million pound college building on Great Horton Road, Bradford.
It features a broad cross-section of seminars, business clinics and networking events, plus a line-up of inspirational speakers. Other partners include Bradford College, Bradford Council, The Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership, The Broadway Bradford, AD:Venture and the Department of International Trade.