google-juice-bar-webOn Friday 17 October, experts from Google will run a series of free seminars and workshops at the Annexe, Bristol Science Centre. The juice bar will be co-hosted by local MP Stephen Williams and Google staff from 12:00 – 14:00, offering local entrepreneurs and businesses the chance to develop their skills in everything from website creation to online marketing.

Following a presentation by a Google expert, staff will be available for 1-2-1 consultations, guidance and practical advice. The crucial skills on offer at the juice bar have already helped over 250,000 businesses, according to Stephen Williams, who writes on his blog:

“The internet offers some fantastic opportunities for businesses in Bristol. Businesses with a strong online presence grow faster and act as a major boost to the local economy. I’m encouraging as many local companies and aspiring entrepreneurs as possible to sign up to this session and take advantage of the advice on offer from Google’s experts”.

The juice bar will cater to businesses with any level of technical experience; whether you’re making your first website or looking to improve your online marketing strategies, the event should provide valuable insight.

“Our goal at Google is to show UK businesses how easy it is to get online and start reaping the rewards of the digital economy”

 

Managing director of Google UK, Eileen Naughton said: “The internet is playing an important role in helping companies of all sizes across the Bristol area reach new customers, manage marketing expenses and use data-driven consumer insights to help their business grow.

“Our goal at Google is to show UK businesses how easy it is to get online and start reaping the rewards of the digital economy. We hope that businesses in and around Bristol will take advantage of these free digital training sessions.”

On top of the advice and guidance (and juice!), Google will be offering complimentary Adwords voucher, including guidance on how to start an effective Adwords campaign.

Interested? Book a place, it’s free!

Josh Ryall