In these fast-paced “gotta get it done now” times, with everybody seemingly attached to their Smart Phones and constantly on the move, it is more important than ever for businesses to have a mobile-friendly website.
Join the Washington Business Improvement District’s February Lunch ‘N Learn meeting and find out why businesses should take a good look at their current websites to determine if they are doing the job for them.
The Lunch ‘N Learn begins at 11:45 and concludes by 1:15 on Thursday, Feb. 11 and takes place at Enzo’s, Route 57, in Washington.
Cost of the luncheon is $15 per person via prepayment or reservation, or $20 as a welcomed walk-in at the door.
Steve Kirchuk of Computer Images Web will be the guest speaker. CI Web works with a host of companies in the region, large and small.
“You may have the best looking website on the cloud, but if it’s not usable by shoppers who depend on their Smart Phones, it doesn’t have the connectivity you need it to have. That could cause your business to lose sales,” said John Monteverde, Executive Director of the WBID. “It’s essential to have the right tools for your business, and a website that is suitable for mobile devices is an important part of that package.”
The Lunch ‘N Learn series is presented by the WBID on the second Thursday of every month. The WBID Lunch ‘N Learns are open to any business person, regardless of their location. Indviduals representing non-profits, as well as members of the interested public, are also invited to attend. There is always time for open networking at the start and end of each seminar.
Additionally, every first Tuesday of the month, the WBID also holds a free evening networking event dubbed “Goodnight BID”, also open to the business community at-large.
Advanced reservations for the Lunch ‘N Learns are highly recommended. To make your reservation, please call the WBID office at 908-689-4800, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or register online at www.washingtonbid.org.
To learn more about the WBID and how it can help your business, contact Executive Director John Monteverde at 908-689-4800 or email email@example.com or check the WBID’s website for a cornucopia of local business related information.