Smarten Up Your Digital Shop Window - SBS


11:00 am - 12:00 pm

National College for High Speed Rail, Carolina Way, Doncaster, West Yorkshire, DN4 5PN

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Surrounding the Small Business Saturday campaign, which exists to support, inspire and promote small businesses, the Department for International Trade in partnership with Converted are helping businesses like yours to become export ready by delivering a series of events aimed at providing support and guidance to small businesses.

A website gives you one chance to make the right impression to overseas buyers. Consider yours; would you say it clearly communicates the value of your expertise and the integrity of your offering?

In this one-hour webinar on 30 November Jessica McNally, Department for International Trade’s International e-commerce Advisor and Converted will take you through the 5 steps you need to take to ensure your website not only looks good but converts clicks into international sales.

You will:
– Gain knowledge of strategies to ensure your website is ready for export
– Discover where the opportunities to be smarter are on your website
– See real-life examples of smart shop windows that have resulted in commercial growth
– Gain insight into the funding available to support the internationalisation of your website
– Receive the opportunity to ask the experts you need to know questions in a Q&A session

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Converted are experts in the optimisation of online customer experiences for businesses around the globe. They are passionate about helping companies grow year-on-year. Working with SME’s to High Street brands, they have helped find solutions to difficult digital problems for over 10 years. From award-winning marketing campaigns and websites projects to more complex strategic consultancy, they are well placed to help you come up with new ways to boost results online.

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