How you can grow online – Free workshop 24th November 2016 delivered in collaboration with Google and Lloyds Bank



Lloyds Bank, as part of its Helping Britain Prosper Plan, is committed to helping charities and businesses to improve digital skills. There are many benefits to organisations of using digital. The most digitally capable small businesses are more than twice as likely to report an increase in turnover than the least digital, and digitally capable charities are 28% more likely to report an increase in funding.

I am delighted to invite you to attend a half-day workshop delivered in collaboration with Google and Lloyds Bank to understand how you can grow online. The workshop is being held on 24nd November at Northwood Community Primary School, Kirkby between 8.00am and 11:45am with refreshments included.

Please note, there is limited parking available on Roughwood Drive outside the school. I would encourage you to car share where possible, or use the free parking available on Hall lane and walk across to the school.

An outline agenda for the workshop is attached here google-digital-garage-agenda-liverpool-24nov_v4, including further details of timings and location. You are invited to nominate up to two representatives from your business or charity to attend.

Please click here to register with Lloyds Bank for the event.

Lloyds Bank will only use your data for the purpose of this event.

Please note that the workshop can hold a maximum of 100 participants and we recommend that you register as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

If you have any queries, please contact John.McCall at [email protected].

I do hope that you will be able to attend what promises to be a most enjoyable and informative workshop.

Yours sincerely,

Nick Williams                                                                    

Managing Director, Consumer Digital

Northern Ambassador

Lloyds Banking Group



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