San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Entrepreneur Exchange Group & Third Eye Group Present:
"Get Your Code On!!" Workshop Series For Nontechnical Women Entrepreneurs
(Men always welcomed)
Introduction to Word Press
Take back the power of your Company's brand and learn how to manage your Word Press website and blog.
- Want to learn how to manage your website? Already have your own Word Press blog or website, but want to have more control over it?
- Would you like to be able to make quick changes and updates to your website yourself instead of relying on a webmaster?
- Learn how to use this platform for your site and leave this session with a basic understanding of Word Press and be able to make changes, edits and additions to your website or blog.
Girl Develop It - Detroit Chapter
An international nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching women software development skills.
Get Your Code On! Join us
Saturday, September 21, 2013
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Brava Services 21739 Melrose Southfield, MI
Bring your laptop
Advance registration $25 On site registration $30
Registration dends Friday, September 20th at 9pm ET. All others must pay onsite
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Entrepreneur Exchange Group & Third Eye Group
Extrepreneur Exchange Group
E2g takes a two-pronged approach with web-based and traditional services and events to connect entrepreneurs and small subinesses to the resources they need. E2g provides information and practical tips from experts in the areas of finance, business development, social media and technology. Traditional services include website and content development, networking events, workshops and seminars that are designed to help entrepreneurs stay abreast of today's ever changing marketplace.
Third Eye Group
Third Eye Group assists women solopreneurs shift their perspective on time and managing it to get a grip on thier time, organizing their space and lives, helping them become more productive and more profitable by offering real solutions instead of band-aids or “one-size fits all” ideas to help them do more in less time, stop having their business get in the way of their life, and end the struggle that is affecting their bottom line.