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May 27, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
If you are a growing small business looking for opportunities to expand your sales, a successful contract bid with the Government of Canada may be a game changer for your bottom line.
Our 4 part series – “Selling to the Government of Canada: Making Procurement part of your Small Business Plan”, provides hands on training and one on one expert advice to guide you through the process of understanding, registering and successfully completing your first contract bid with the Government of Canada.
May 27, 2021, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Travel Alberta’s ATIS is a great content marketing distribution channel that can amplify your message and engage your visitors online. In this virtual session, we will cover how to develop great content that resonates with your audience and look at some practical examples of how people are successfully leveraging ATIS as a content distribution channel.
We will also look at how content added into ATIS is used throughout Travel Alberta’s marketing ecosystem and how you can track the performance of your content right in the ATIS tool. Individuals who market and promote tourism products, services, and experiences for their independent local businesses (not in franchise operation) will benefit the most from this workshop.
May 27, 2021, 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Learn how to find the right developer for your app project and how to communicate effectively with that developer, both aspects are key to your successful app project.
This workshop will be 2 hour live sessions, with a half hour Q&A and supplementary demonstration videos, worksheets, and exercises. To participate in the workshops, a computer (Mac or Windows) will be required. Some, but not all, of the exercises can be completed on a tablet, but this is not optimal.