Living in the Digital World
Wednesday 8th February
Best Western Fir Grove Hotel, Knutsford Old Road, Warrington, WA4 2LD
8.00am – 9.45am
Arrival, Networking and Breakfast 8.00am – 8.20am
Presentation 8.20am – 9.20am
Networking and Refreshments 9.20am to 9.45am
To help businesses to understand the opportunities and implications existing in the digital marketplace, Champion is hosting a breakfast seminar in conjunction with leading North West digital agency, eBusiness UK.
At a time when key economic data and consumer confidence indices suggest a potential double dip, one bright light on the horizon is the stronger growth of companies who continue to invest in their online business strategy and capabilities.
Dominating the news headlines in the digital market place is the growth of ‘Mobile Commerce’. Research shows 51% of mobile owners (23 million people) now have a Smartphone and use the device to make payments, redeem coupons and research products. The same research revealed that nearly 50% of people will use their mobile to buy goods in the next twelve months.
So is your business ready for this sea change? Probably not! According to Google 79% of companies do not have mobile-optimised web sites to create the right connection to customers.
Presenting an overview of the Mobile Commerce market, the seminar will cover how to take advantage of the opportunity to build a profitable online business and show how you can make mobile commerce work for you. Whether you have an existing online business or not, we believe this exclusive seminar will be of great benefit.
Places at the seminar are free of charge, but limited. To book yours e-mail email@example.com or call 0161 703 2500.
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