Twelve hours of free support for Harlow businesses

Business / Thu 20th Jan 2022 am31 07:42am

HARLOW District Council are pleased to announce we have partnered with the South East Business Boost to offer Harlow Retail businesses the opportunity of 12 hours of FREE business support, with the emphasis on Digital Marketing.

With the aim of enabling retail businesses to become more digitally visible, we are working with the South East Business boost offering an initial 3 hours of Digital Marketing training, followed by a choice of 9, 1 hour in-depth bitesize workshops covering in more detail the offering of the social media channels available and how best to use them for your business within the Retail Sector.

There will be the opportunity to learn more about; Linked In for Business, Facebook advertising, Using Instagram for your business, YouTube, and much more. Businesses will receive a minimum of 12 hours of free support, commencing February 2022.

Harlow retailers are invited to reserve your place on this digital marketing training course which is due to begin mid February. To apply to the programme please complete the online application form here – its quick and easy and will only take a few minutes of your time. https://sebb.enterprisesupportalliance.com/ Spaces are limited to 15 per course so please apply promptly if you would like to benefit from this great opportunity.

You will be surrounded by fellow retail businesses all keen to learn the key skills of digital marketing to help their business grow. If you have any questions or would like any further information please email [email protected] quoting Harlow Retail opportunity and one of the South East Business team will come back to you.

Eligibility criteria applies. Businesses applying to the programme are committing to complete 12 hours of free business support via online training or mentoring.

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1 Comment for Twelve hours of free support for Harlow businesses:

David Forman
2022-01-23 14:27:12

It shows our Conservative controlled council is far better at supporting hard-pressed local businesses than the last Labour administration.

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