25 June 2018
Only 1 ticket per company
Delegates on this workshop will gain a greater understanding of the online marketplace and the variety of platforms and solutions available to them and decide which is the most appropriate for their business. Delegates will also acquire the skills necessary to develop and implement a workable e-commerce marketing strategy in line with these solutions to benefit their business.
9:00am - 9:30am: Arrival, tea/coffee & pastries
11:00am - Mid Morning Break
12:30pm - Buffet Lunch
2:45pm - Mid Afternoon Break
4:30pm - Finish
"Made everything very easy to understand"
"Fantastic presenter - took a lot from the presentation which I can start implementing straight away"
"Really worthwhile, so much good information it has changed my approach to social media"
"An excellent fast-paced workshop, that delivered a wide range of information & advice"
"Excellent workshop - will allow me to add value to my business"
Event Eligibility: In order to attend this fully funded event your organisation must have registered and have been verified as eligible to receive support through the Digital Growth Programme. The process of registration is quick and easy and you only need to go through this process once. If you have not registered yet, you can do so via the following link; http://www.ebusinessclub.biz/register.
The SFSY Digital Growth Programme is open to SME businesses within Doncaster, Rotherham, Barnsley and Sheffield, with the businesses need to be paying their local authority rates (if applicable) to one of these councils. The programme can also support sole traders, providing they are within one of the applicable local authority areas.
Finally, a business cannot have had more than €200,000 of de-minimis aid within the past three year rolling period.
Businesses must have under 250 employees, and cannot have a turnover of more than €50m and/or have a balance sheet of over €43m. Businesses must also not be more than 25% owned by any other company that is not an SME, whether owned by another company, a parent company or a group of companies.
There are a number of sector restrictions to the programme, for example Agriculture, Motor Retail, Financial and Insurance Activities, School-age Education and Human Health and Social Work activities are not eligible for funding through ERDF, and sectors are checked against official company records held at Companies House. (Where possible, if we can see a way for a business to be eligible by adding additional SIC Codes then we will do what we can to point in the right direction – so it is always worth putting in an application and SME Enrolment Form just in-case there is a way we can help).