Thu, Sep 29|
Valier Public Library
Website Bootcamp with GFDA
More details coming soon!
Time & Location
Sep 29, 2022, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Valier Public Library, 400 Teton Ave, Valier, MT 59486, USA
About the event
"Does your business need a website? Are you intimidated or confused by the process? Would you like to learn how to create and manage your own business website?
Join us for an in-depth, one-day training course, the Website Boot Camp - Website in a Day. This one-day course will teach participants how to create, build and maintain a business website from start to finish-- including the creation of an online store. Small Business Development Center (SBDC) business advisor Rich Gannon will teach users how to create websites using the Wix design platform. Wix is a powerful, all-inclusive website design tool that is easy to use and requires no coding skills.
The course will be taught in person at the Valier Public Library. This is an all-day training. You will be required to supply your own laptop.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be eligible to receive one free year of Wix website hosting, a $275 value for free. The Wix hosting license will be available to boot camp participants who become active clients of the Great Falls area SBDC with additional one-on-one assistance available. Eligible users must also be eligible for services provided by U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Resource Partner program which include startups and in-business for-profit entities.
Funded in part by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the Montana Department of Commerce (MDOC), and Great Falls Development Authority, and is funded through the CARES Act.
Special thanks to co-sponsors Sweet Grass Development and the Valier Public Library.
Prior to class please have digital assets for your company available to access via the cloud. Email yourself your company logo, images and graphics you want to use...or upload them to Dropbox, Google Drive or some other cloud based tool so you can access them during the class."