31 Rutland Street
31 Rutland Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 1RE
A series of four workshops providing all the information you need to sell your creative products online and turn visitors into buyers.
Many businesses want to sell online but don’t know where to start or how to choose between the bewildering array of options. This four workshop series will explain all the constituent parts of online selling and make recommendations for services and platforms for a range of different business types. This series will explore how to turn the visitors to your online shop into buyers and how to keep customers and generate repeat business.
IF YOU CAN NOT ATTEND ALL 4 SESSIONS, PLEASE E-MAIL MATT.BATEMAN@LCBDEPOT.CO.UK TO BOOK A PLACE ON THE WORKSHOP THAT INTERESTS YOU.
Expert David James Ross teaches this course based on his own experiences of setting up online shops and getting businesses to increase online sales. David has taught many courses with creative businesses who have improved their online sales significantly.
In order to apply for this programme you must:
- Be a trading creative business with products and/or services ready for sale
- Be based in Leicester and Leicestershire
There will be a maximum of ten places on this course to allow for individual attention. Only one place is available per business.
This FREE programme would usually cost £350 to attend.
All four sessions will be held at LCB Depot, 31 Rutland Street, Leicester, LE1 1RE.
- Week One:- How to set up an Online Shop
31 July 2019 9.30-12.30
- Week Two:- Attracting Visitors to Your Online Shop
7 August 2019 9.30-12.30
- Week Three:- Turning your Online Shop Visitors into Customers
14 August 2019 9.30-12.30
- Week Four:- Keeping Your Online Shop Customers and Generating Repeat Sales
21 August 2019 9.30-12.30
This event is part of the Collaborate project, funded by European Regional Development Fund and partner organisations Leicester City Council, Leicestershire County Council, East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire) and the Food and Drink Forum.
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