Google Digital Garage training set to help business owners and entrepreneurs succeed online at CU Scarborough
Monday 23 April 2018
Business owners and entrepreneurs are being offered free digital skills training at a workshop in Scarborough.
A Google Digital Garage event is set to be held at CU Scarborough, part of the Coventry University Group, on May 2.
The event, which is the only one in the county, has been organised by Yorkshire in Business and will provide essential information to help businesses succeed online.
Training will be delivered by specialist business advisers who will provide digital skills coaching including how to build a digital marketing plan, an introduction to digital advertising and how to use Google analytics.
Yorkshire in Business has been providing business start-up advice and support for more than 30 years along the Yorkshire coast.
The event is part of Google Digital Garage on Tour, which has seen workshops held in major towns and cities across the UK including Manchester, Birmingham and Newcastle.
It is a great achievement to bring Google to offer this analytics training in the area. This is a fantastic opportunity for all those who are self-employed and running local businesses to develop their marketing skills and knowledge provided by Google themselves. Yorkshire in Business couldn’t provide this without the support from CU Scarborough.Jennifer Crowther, Head of Operations at Yorkshire in Business
It is excellent to welcome Yorkshire in Business to CU Scarborough to deliver a Google Digital Garage workshop providing free support and advice to businesses across the area.
Being successful online is essential in today’s modern business world, and the session will help those attending gain new skills and make the most out of the technology available to them. It will also be a good opportunity to meet with likeminded businesspeople and entrepreneurs.
CU Scarborough is committed to helping grow the local economy, and this is just one of the ways we are connecting with and supporting businesses in the area. I would urge anyone looking for digital support to come along.
Tina Steele, Employer Engagement & Business Development Manager at CU Scarborough