Latino Business Group Partners With Google On Training Program

By EGP Staff Report

Small business owners and their employees will be able to learn the ins-and-outs of using the Internet to increase business thanks to a partnership between the Latino Business Chamber of Greater Los Angeles and Google.

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On Dec. 11, a photography warehouse will be converted into a computer training classroom, complete with 150 laptop computers, and, where, free of charge, businesses will be able to get expert training in Spanish or English on starting a website, conducting on-line business, on-line marketing, and more.

Google instructors who are flying in from all over the country to conduct the workshops will teach the free, three-hour workshops. The LBCGLA Technology Team will also provide instruction and assistance to the participants, according to a press release from the business group.

“The technology and the instructors are the most up to date that can be found anywhere,” stated Jorge Corralejo, Chairman/CEO of the LBCGLA in a press release. “These few hours are the best investment that business owners can make to increase efficiency and to grow their business.”

The workshops will take place at 435 S. Molino Street, Los Angeles, 90013 (near 4th and Alameda).

The no cost registration is easy, and can be found on the LBCGLA website: www.LBCGLA.Org.  Interested business owners and staff should register as soon as possible.

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