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Google Juice bar to touch down in Bradford

Global internet giant Google will be heading to Bradford in March 2015 to help local businesses make the most of opportunities available to them on the web.

Organised by the Superfast West Yorkshire business support programme, Superconnected West Yorkshire and Bradford Council, the Google Juice Bar will feature a short introduction by Gerry Sutcliffe MP, followed by a presentation by Google on how to make the most of the internet, and a range of Google products, to transform the way you work, followed by a unique opportunity to consult with Google representatives on a one-to-one basis.

The event will be held at The Midland Hotel, Bradford on Friday 13 March from 12:30pm, and is free to attend for *European Regional Development Fund eligible businesses in the West Yorkshire area.

Gerry Sutcliffe,  Labour MP for Bradford South, said: “Superfast broadband is going to be crucial to growing Bradford’s economy in the future. This is a wonderful opportunity for Bradford businesses to utilise the opportunities offered by high-speed broadband and the hi-tech industries of the future.”

Bradford Council leader, Coun David Green, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for our local business people to meet experts from this internet giant face-to-face and really get to know their way around the internet. They can discover how to optimise their presence on the internet which will make their business grow, leading to greater prosperity in the local economy and boosting jobs.”

For more information, to discuss eligibility, and to book a place, visit http://bit.ly/Google-Bradford

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