Experience Oxfordshire and The Evergreen Agency launches free digital skills programme

Experience Oxfordshire and The Evergreen Agency launches free digital skills programme

Experience Oxfordshire, the Destination Management Organisation (DMO) for Oxfordshire, has introduced the launch of a free digital skills programme for its companions in collaboration with its ambassador companion, The Evergreen Agency.

To assist companies get better from the pandemic, The Evergreen Agency has developed a programme that may function three seminars demonstrating easy methods to capitalise on the post-pandemic digital world. Through this new digital skills programme, The Evergreen Agency goals to assist companies improve model consciousness, visitors, leads and gross sales by offering search engine optimisation (search engine optimisation) skills, information on ppc (PPC) promoting and the significance of LinkedIn and how it may be an efficient software for enterprise progress.

Hayley Beer-Gamage, chief government of Experience Oxfordshire, mentioned: “We are delighted to be partnering with The Evergreen Agency on this new initiative and it’s a nice alternative for our companions to profit from this award-winning company’s artistic skills and experience. The customer economic system has been severely impacted by the pandemic and we need to assist all our companions as a lot as attainable and offering entry to skills and perception is a key a part of that and our ongoing enterprise help programme”.

Aaron Rudman-Hawkins, managing director, The Evergreen Agency mentioned: “We are obsessed with all issues Oxfordshire which is why we grew to become an Ambassador of Experience Oxfordshire, and I’m so happy that The Evergreen Agency will help customer economic system companies throughout the county on this approach and we’re trying ahead to sharing our insights into digital advertising. Our periods can be informative, interactive and will permit companies to amass new instruments and skills to assist plan their subsequent steps of restoration.”

The digital programme will include three seminars being held all through the Autumn in September, October and November with the primary being held on Wednesday 8 September.

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