Register now for the final Digital First Webinar entitled ‘Website Development’

The Mid Ulster Digital First Programme has returned with a new series of free digital webinars which are available to small businesses across Mid Ulster.

Thursday, 22nd April 2021, 1:16 pm
Website Development

Following the success of the first and second webinars on influencer marketing and social media, registrations have now opened for the third webinar ‘Website Development: A step by step guide’, taking place online, on Thursday, May 6 at 10am.

Two leading digital experts, Daithi Conlon and Daryl Conway will share their knowledge and answer your questions during a step by step guide on how to effectively use your website for acquiring new customers and achieving business growth. They will explain how to choose the right website platform for your business and how to develop a website growth plan.

Local business, Storm Xccessories will also be on hand to share their digital success story and provide insights into what is required to effectively develop a website for business growth.

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Chair of the Council, Councillor Cathal Mallagha said: “Following the success of the first two webinars, the third and final webinar of this Digital First Programme will look at the importance of websites to achieve business growth and gain new customers. Please register your free place now and don’t miss this opportunity to benefit from the final webinar available in this series.”

For information on this programme, or to register your free place please visit www.midulstercouncil.org/digitalfirst

The programme is being delivered by 42 Digital Ltd and is designed to support 150 Mid Ulster businesses by December 2022, to grow sales online and create new jobs.

The project is being managed by Mid Ulster District Council and part funded by Invest Northern Ireland and the European Regional Development Fund under the Investment for Growth and Jobs Northern Ireland (2014-2020) Programme.

Should you have any queries please contact 42 Digital Ltd, 028 8284 8933 or [email protected]

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