Google Digital Garage | Cúirt | Sportsmind
Google Digital Garage
In order to grow your business it is essential to have an understanding of the digital world that we live in. With this in mind we are delighted to host the Google Digital Garage training event here this week. This ensures that everyone has access to free digital skills workshops.This free event takes place in the Ryan Room on the 19th of April from 10.00am - 12.00pm. Training will be delivered by Patrick Cutliffe a certified Google Trainer.
This event will cover the following topics:
Reach New Customers Online: Attracting new customers by optimising your presence on Google, learn to gather consumer insights, and get started with online advertising.
Understanding Google Analytics:Learn how Google Analytics can help you uncover trends about your customers, including how people use your website or interact with your business online.
Social Media Strategy : This will be entwinted in the content of the other modules.
Cúirt International Festival
Cúirt International Festival of Literature will run from the 23rd to the 29th April 2018. Founded in Galway in 1985, Cúirt International Festival of Literature is one of the oldest and most recognised literature festivals in Europe. The festival aims to celebrate and shine a spotlight on national and international literary talent, as well as to promote the written word in poetry and literary fiction, and more recently, in non-fiction and genre writing. Cúirt is a curated festival with the programme selected by the Programme Director each year. This week-long international literary event takes place in Galway every April. Over the past three decades, Cúirt has hosted dozens of Nobel prize-winners, Poet Laureates and prize-winning authors from all over the world.
This weekend sees a very exciting event taking place in Galway that will interest sports fans. SportsMind2018 is a project aimed at getting the Irish Sporting and Fitness Community together in Galway to help us raise awareness and conversation about Mental Health in Ireland, the good and bad, for both Men and Women.
“As we’re sure you’re well aware there are both benefits and downfalls to being involved in the Sporting World, but we want to get people talking and let them know it's OK not to be OK all of the time! Struggles are part of life, but your sporting community are behind you, as are many others.” said organiser Aoife Keane. The event is a networking event with well know sports stars and fitness experts sharing their stories and thoughts. The event is hosted by our own marketing team members Doug Leddin and Kieran O Malley. All 560 tickets have sold out so this should be a terrific night for all in attendance.