Free Workshops from Just Enterprise & GRREC

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Please see below for details of FREE workshops from Just Enterprise and GRREC.

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Digital Marketing for Small Businesses: 3 steps to transforming your business online.

GRREC Temporary Visitors Centre | 425 Polmadie Road, Glasgow, G42 0PJ | Thursday 21st January | 14:00 – 16:00 hrs

This workshop will focus on:

  • BUILD: Building your online presence through websites and social media
  • ATTRACT: Choosing the right way to promote your business online
  • ENGAGE: Developing your online community and keeping them engaged

Delivered by Steve Lee from Tomorrow Design, a Website Design and Digital Marketing company in Glasgow, Scotland who help businesses of all shapes and sizes to embrace digital to attract and engage new customers. “Whether it’s Website Design, Online Lead Generation, or Social Media Development, we’ll work with you to create a digital strategy that’s right for you and your budget”

TO REGISTER: transformingwasteinglasgow@viridor.co.uk | 0141 301 1212 | www.transformingwasteinglasgow.com | visit www.viridor.co.uk

 

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Just Enterprise is a Scottish Government funded programme specifically designed to assist the growth of Scotland’s third sector. Visit  www.justenterprise.org or telephone 0141 425 2939 for details of the full range of support available.

Introduction to Web Design Workshop

Melting Pot, 5 Rose Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PR  | Monday 25th January | 9.30 – 13.00 hrs

Back by popular demand! We’re delighted to announce we’ll be running our “Introduction to Web Design” workshop at The Melting Pot again later on this month.

This foundation-level course is designed to introduce web design at a high level. Non-technical, we take you through the basics and highlight the “must haves” together with the pitfalls to avoid.

Who should Attend?

This half day workshop is aimed at non-technical people who have an influence over their organisation’s website content and/or update it as part of their daily duties. It will be of particular interest to those who are considering or about to embark upon a website re-design. The course does not cover technical issues such as cascading style sheets, forms or authorising tools.

Key Learning

Delivered in a friendly, non-technical and informal style, the workshop explores the following key areas:

  • What are the aims of a website?
  • What people see when they visit
  • What makes a good web design?
  • Why use search engine optimisation (SEO) and how to find keywords people search on
  • What is content marketing and why do you need it?
  • Wireframes – Free tools to assist in design
  • How to run a usability study
  • How to measure the performance of your website 

Market Research: A Beginner’s Guide

Conference Room, Robertson House, 152 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4TB | Wednesday 27th January | 9.30 to 16.00 hrs

We’re delighted to announce we’ll be running our popular workshop on Essential Market Research techniques at a venue in Glasgow later on this month.

This full day workshop is designed to provide participants with an introduction to market research. Combining presentation with small-group discussion of research issues facing some of the participants and a social enterprise case study exercise related to market research planning, it covers the following areas:

  • What is market research and why do we do it?
  • Different approaches and tools
  • Tips and techniques
  • Working with external researchers

Who should Attend?

The course is aimed at individuals in social enterprises who are non-research practitioners but who may need to undertake basic market research within their role. This could be in relation to business planning and management, funding applications or assessing the demand for new products and services

Learning Outcomes         Delegates will gain an improved knowledge and understanding of the research process that they can use in their workplace to plan and deliver their own research project or help them manage the work of external researchers

Cost of Workshops

Free of charge for members/staff of third sector organisations

How to Book

Click here to complete the on-line registration form. Places are limited and are offered on a first come, first served basis so please book early to guarantee your place.