Make it Global – Tech Series

Entered 6th March 2014

Free for eligible businesses in London (see below)

Three-day programme

Thursday 13 March 2014, Thursday 20 March 2014 and Thursday 27 March 2014

10.00am – 14.30pm

One Canada Square,
Canary Wharf,
10th Floor
London
E14 5AB

Thursday 13 March 2014

Masterclass I: Build It 
Does your website work for your business? Is your website an attractive destination for your international customers? This masterclass will support you in:
• Engaging your website visitors
• Exploring optimising your website for mobile users
• Reviewing how your website reflects your brand identify
Free to all eligible Make It Global businesses*
Register: makeitglobaltechseries1.eventbrite.co.uk


Thursday 20 March 2014

Masterclass II: Sell It
Are you using social media to help promote your website? Does your social media strategy include local social media networks such as Sina Weibo and Orkut? This masterclass will support you
to:
• Identify how social media can effectively promote your international brand
• Explore new social media channels
• Create an international social media strategy

Free to all eligible Make It Global businesses*
Register: makeitglobaltechseries2.eventbrite.co.uk

Thursday 27 March 2014

Website Masterclass III: Nurture It
Do you know where your visitors are coming from? Do you have a high rate of shopping cart abandonment? This masterclass will support you to:
• Review the click through rate of your visitors from your promotion
• Ensure your website able to cope with increased demand

Free to all eligible Make It Global businesses*
Register: makeitglobaltechseries3.eventbrite.co.uk

For further information about the workshop programme or to register for the programme contact Hassan Ahmed via makeitglobal@uel.ac.uk

Eligibility criteria
*To be eligible for the Make It Global project your business should: be a registered company in London and trading;
be majority female owned (51% or more);
employ less than 250 people;
have a turnover less than €50M per year;
have a product or service to expand into international markets;
have an annual balance sheet of less than €43M;
and not be more than 25% owned by a company that wouldn’t be counted as an SME.

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