get more from the net: free workshops for business

getting more from the internet for your business.

The cloud? What’s that all about?

Now’s your chance to find out.

A series of free workshops is being held across North Wales to help businesses get more from the web.

There are three workshops in total...


How smartphone applications can help businesses engage with customers, plus practical advice on how to plan and develop an app.

the it cloud

How ‘the cloud’ works, examples of cloud-based tools for business, and a look at cyber-security.

working smarter

How to use web technologies to work collaboratively with colleagues, suppliers and partners.

Each one is being held at several locations around North Wales over the next few weeks, with the emphasis on providing jargon-free insights into how apps, the cloud and collaborative tools can help your business.

You’ll walk away with some top tips, and info about how to get further support.

The events are being run on behalf of Business Wales – Welsh Government’s business support team – and are part of work to ensure Welsh firms are positioned to make the most of superfast broadband.

And don’t worry if you can’t get superfast just yet. You may not need it to start using some of the online tools and techniques covered in the workshops (plus you’ll be better placed to take advantage of superfast when the time comes).

Venues include Glyndwr University in Wrexham, Galeri in Caernarfon, Conwy Business Centre, Ty Menai in Bangor, Canolfan Ebeneser in Llangefni, and Clwydfro Business Centre in Ruthin.

You’ll find the details – including dates, times and booking info - on the Business Wales events-finder.

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