CLICK! Digital Expo a great opportunity for digital discussion

Tuesday 4 March, 2014

CCIQ is urging small businesses and not-for-profit groups to visit the CLICK! Digital Expo at Brisbane City Hall from March 13-14.

Hosted by Regional Development Australia, CLICK! provides an opportunity for small businesses and not-for-profit organisations to interact with members of the technology industry and learn more about the digital economy.

CCIQ General Manager of Marketing and Communications James Flaherty said CCIQ’s recent Digital readiness Survey presented in conjunction with Atmail showed there was still a disconnect between the technology industry and the wider small business community.

“What we saw in the survey was that many businesses were looking at things like social media, particularly Facebook, to increase their digital presence but many were lacking a comprehensive digital plan,” he said.

“This meant many were leaving money on the table when it came to online sales and also failing to capitalise on the benefits of a well-structured digital marketing strategy.

“CLICK! is a great way for the technology industry to show small businesses and not-for-profits exactly what they have on offer and how can benefit the business community.”

The event will feature:

  • exhibits of digital products, services and technologies from more than 40 leading providers
  • a packed program of 36 short, sharp seminars by digital and industry experts – tiered for beginner, intermediate and advanced knowledge levels – running over two days.

Learn about the cloud, digital accounting and invoicing, social media, SEO, making the most of your website, the mobility revolution, planning a digital strategy, brand protection in the digital age, making money from inventions, new trends such as ‘gamification’ and much more.

Read more about the expo, download the full Event Guide or register to attend at:

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