This event is only available and is free for small businesses, small charities, sole traders and residents based in South Gloucestershire and Bath & North East Somerset.
Having a website that delivers results is essential to most small business owners. Your website should be more than just a signpost to your business. We will take you through the steps that need to be taken in order to build a successful website that drives sales and leads.
What will I learn?
- What content should be on my website.
- What platforms to build your website on.
- How to drive targeted traffic to my website.
- What cost-effective technology should be on your website to help you generate enquiries and bookings.
Who should attend?
This webinar is aimed at businesses in need of a new website and those who feel their website is not generating enough traffic for them.
About your presenter:
Ben Kinnaird, founder of Rather Inventive. Ben has over 20 years of experience working with small businesses to global enterprises in marketing and web design.
Please note, this workshop will be held on Zoom.
Your booking for this webinar is provisional until you have enrolled for the free Business Support Service. Enrolment is via a short online form – if you are not enrolled already, a link will be emailed directly to you.
Once enrolled, you will receive the Zoom webinar link and password to join the call. Do ensure you join the webinar at least 5 minutes before the scheduled start time.
If you are unable to attend this event, we require at least 2 working days notice for cancellations to enable us to offer your place to someone else. We reserve the right to cancel your place if you are not eligible for this service.
All participants of the service are eligible to receive up to 12 hours of free support. This equates to a maximum of 4 events per participant.
The South Gloucestershire and B&NES Business Support Services form part of Universal Support, a West of England Combined authority funded initiative, delivered in partnership with B&NES and South Gloucestershire Councils.