iSE & Women’s Enterprise Hub team up with a special ‘launch your website’ competition for International Women’s Day

To celebrate International Women’s Day this year, iSE and the Women’s Enterprise Hub are sponsoring 4 women to attend the Launch It! Workshop. A workshop designed to help you develop and launch your website in a day.

When: Thursday 8th March, 10am-4pm (lunch included).
Where: Impact Hub, Walker Building, 58 Oxford Street, Birmingham, B5 5NR.
Cost: £120.00, sponsored by ISE if you win the competition.

How to enter the Competition:

Answer the 2 questions HERE.

About the workshop

If you’re looking for a modern, simple (easy to maintain!) website to get your new business started online, this course is perfect! The workshop will take you through each step from purchasing a web address, to setting up contact forms and taking payments.

Who’s it for?

Freelancers/Self-Employed/Startups/Small Businesses/Side Hustlers. If you’re in the service industry and looking to showcase your expertise and services online.

What you’ll get

At the end of the training course, you’ll have:

A modern website that looks equally as fabulous on your smart phone as it does your computer.
Information on how to get beautiful images for your website, for free.
A website connected to Google Analytics, so you can learn more about your website visitors.
A website submitted to search engines inc. Google.
Guidance on how to add forms and take payments from customers.
Access to a Facebook group to discuss your new website, get feedback and share ideas and tips with other women in business.

What it isn’t

If you’re looking to set up an ecommerce store or provide sophisticated functionality, then this isn’t the course for you. Women’s Enterprise Hub can help you with all of those things at Ask Ada, but ‘Launch’ courses are for those looking for something simple to get them started.

What you’ll need

A PC or laptop connected to the internet. You’ll need the latest browser installed on your computer for security reasons — you can see the latest versions of web browsers HERE.

The tools used are free, but if you want to have your own web address e.g., there will be an additional cost of approx. £20 depending on the name you choose.

SEND MAIL to Mariam Yate if you have any questions.

Birmingham UK. Freelance research, evaluation and policy consultant specialising in social enterprise and the third sector. I maintain the BSSEC blog and website

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