Google to lead free half-day event at Glyndŵr University
May 22, 2015
Glyndŵr University is to host a free business seminar on the importance of internet marketing led by a North Wales company and Google.
Mold-based Pro PPC and strategists from the technology giant will deliver presentations and advice on how to get noticed online at the Catrin Finch Centre, Wrexham, on Wednesday June 10.
Anas Dadhiwala, Agency Account Strategist for Google, aged 30, said: “Google only host these events with a select few agencies - this really is a unique opportunity for businesses to gain access to specialist advice."
Google and Pro PPC will both be at hand to offer tailored advice to each business in attendance, speaking personally with attendees and providing them with information on how to gain a competitive advantage online.
On the day, Google representatives Anas Dadhiwala and Tim Lingwood will deliver presentations on the future of Google advertising and how to market a business online.
Pro PPC’s Dan Wilkinson and Steve Wright will also be presenting on a number of topics, debunking myths about SEO, AdWords and social media, while offering solutions to help businesses get noticed.
Dan Wilkinson, director of Pro PPC, age 35, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for Businesses in North Wales to get together and discuss their online marketing strategy with some of the great minds from Google.
"As a Google Partner agency, we are looking forward to giving our presentation and supporting the growth of the local business community.”
Anas Dadhiwala, said: “This is only the second time we’ve ever offered the opportunity to host this kind of workshop with our top agencies. We had great feedback from the last one - we’re looking to improve it further, making this one better than ever."
Each presentation will give an insight into how a business can improve their standing in internet marketing. The talks are provided by experts in the industry, and will be extremely beneficial to all those in attendance.
Laura Gough, Business Development Executive at Glyndwr University, aged 33, said: "Glyndŵr University is pleased to be supporting this great event, and in doing so allowing local businesses to access great information and knowledge."
This event will take place on Wednesday June 10 between 1pm and 5pm, at no cost to attendees.
There are a limited number of spaces; businesses in attendance will receive light refreshments, free AdSpend credit and a Google goody bag to take home with them.
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