Women's Website Workshop - 6th March 2020
Updated: Feb 26
Date: 6th March 2020
Time: 9.15 for a 9.30 start.
Finish: Approx. 1pm
Cost: £30 per person (please contact Emma Dixon to book email@example.com)
Location: The Beach Hut at L&S Gift and Coffee House, Liphook
Includes: Tea/Coffee and a slice of cake
Meet like-minded women in a casual setting and:
Empower yourself to know enough about websites to either set up your own, or confidently communicate with someone you hire to do it
Define your marketing goals and strategies for your business
Effectively plan your website design and content
Choose a website platform that suits your needs
Learn how to promote your website after launch and into the future
Jargon busting – URL, SEO….what does it all mean?
Who it is for
Based on feedback from existing clients I have decided to set up a 'Women's Website Workshop' aimed at women who have a hobby or small business that they are thinking about taking to the next level. This workshop is perfect for anyone who is thinking about building a website, or has built a website but isn't sure if they have made the most of it.
What you will get out of it
This workshop is about confidence, empowerment, sharing ideas and meeting like-minded women in a casual setting. I also have a guest speaker - the Digital Manager from Mini UK who will be giving special insights about the key considerations for any website, no matter how big or small.
I'm so excited that my event includes special guest speaker Lottie Bullick, Digital Manager at Mini UK. I have worked with her at The Adventure Company, Explore and ESPA before she went off to work at BMW Motorrad and then Mini. She immediately volunteered to speak at this workshop as she believes in what I am trying to do. She wants to talk about the key considerations for any website, large or small, which is handy if you are looking to scale your business up!
Please take a look at my event page on Facebook and please share with anyone or any groups you think may benefit. I also hope to do more varied workshops in the future, so please let me know if you have any feedback or requests!