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Croud comes to Liverpool with Google in a bid to Get British Businesses Online3 min read

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This September, Croud are coming to Liverpool to partner with Google in their bid to get all British businesses online.

Not only will members of our experienced digital marketing team be giving talks and presentations, we’ll also be giving one-to-one advice to over 1,500 businesses on how to get online and how to make the most of it.

With 46 million internet users in the UK and over 2 billion worldwide, improving and maximising on your online presence can help you reach your target audience and rapidly increase growth.

With this in mind, Google has launched their ‘Get British Businesses Online’ initiative in Liverpool because of the huge business community in the UK city.

Their aim is to try and boost the areas local economy and bring Liverpool digitally up to speed, getting every business online as soon as possible.

Google will be hosting a launch event on September 14th, featuring some special guests as well as the Managing Director of Google UK and Ireland, Matt Brittin. Tickets for the launch event have now unfortunately sold out, but there are still lots of ways to get involved.

Get British Businesses Online Initiative from Google

We’re also very excited to be running the Google Juice Bar, a one-to-one free advice service that allows local business to come and find out how to get online.

Croud’s Commercial Director, Luke Smith and Operations Director, Ben Knight will be giving talks and presentations about how to improve your online presence.

In each one-to-one tailored appointment we will be conducting digital health checks, looking at helping business set-up a website and improving online visibility. In particular we can help businesses set-up a free website with their own unique domain name.

At the end of the appointment clients will leave with a ‘health check card’, enabling them to tick off what they’ve done to improve their digital marketing strategy. There are 1500 appointments available over 3 months, so whether you’re a start-up business or just want to find out where your business can improve, you can sign up for an appointment here; Google Juice Bar.

We will also be running the Google Workshops which are similar, but are happening in popup places all over Liverpool, including Aintree Racecourse and St Helens Chamber of Commerce.

Luke Smith said about the Get British Businesses Online partnership: “Croud are delighted to have been selected as Google’s official small business partner and to be running the Google Juicebar and Workshops in Liverpool.

“This initiative shows Google’s intent to broaden the one-to-one support they offer to businesses of all size. We’ll be offering no-nonsense advice that can make a difference to Liverpool businesses, and can’t wait to get started. Businesses of Liverpool don’t miss this unique opportunity!”

We’re looking forward to seeing as many businesses as possible come along and get involved.

Google UK chief executive Matt Brittin

The Head of Small Business Initiatives at Google UK, Raja Saggi said, “The internet has created huge opportunities, but many business owners feel that they don’t’ have the expertise they need to help their business grow online.

“This is the first time we have run a series of events aimed at helping one city, and we’ll be working hard with our partners to make a real difference to Liverpool’s internet economy over the coming months”.

For more information about Google’s project in Liverpool, or to register your interest, visit the Get British Businesses Online website.

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