As part of Business Link’s ‘Digital Future: Grow your Business Online’ this FREE seminar will give the audience an unique insight into a creative approach to Web Design and using Social Networks.
London, UK (September 1st, 2010) --- Bernardo Carvalho, the CEO of Bravo Media, a web design agency based in London with offices in Rio de Janeiro will present an exclusive seminar on “Building Effective Websites and Social Networks” as part of Business Link in London’s ‘Digital Future: Grow your Business Online’ event.
The seminars will take place in two locations:
-The first event is taking part in association with South London Business on 28th September from 17:30 to 20:30 at the Croydon Park Hotel.
-The second event is taking part in association with Brent Business Venture and Park Royal Partnership on 30th September from 17:30 to 21:00 at the Wembley Plaza Hotel, Empire Way, London.
FREE ONLINE BOOKING FORM
The event is aimed at business owners (with 5+ employees) who are looking to grow their business through an online strategy.
Presenters will be showcasing successful strategies that have worked for their business or clients. “The Business Link Seminars are an ideal setting for us to support and share advice on how business can improve their online presence. It is a great honour to be part of it as a presenter,” says Bernardo Carvalho of BravoMedia.co.uk
Matthew Perkins, Regional Director and organizer of the Business Link in London Seminars, says: ‘We look forward to continuing our ongoing support for the entrepreneurships to help them further develop and grow their business.”
Speakers from different businesses will be on hand to share fresh ideas and to present online strategies including e-commerce, search engine optimization and social networking to increase business.
Beverly Bergin – Business Development at PayPal
Bernardo Carvalho – CEO, BravoMedia.co.uk
Mike Bradley – Founder, 1st Page Prophets
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