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    Webinar: Making Your Website Work (1 IDCEC hour)

    Deadline to register: June 21, 2015

    Level - Intermediate

    A good website lies at the core of a successful marketing strategy – but what makes a website “good”?  And can you create one on a limited budget? Attend this one hour webinar and learn how to:

    1. Identify the core message your website must convey.
    2. Understand how best to communicate that message.
    3. Learn how to make your website stand out from others in the field.
    4. Develop a plan to maximize the return on your websites investment.

    Presenter: Elizabeth Stewart

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    As a consultant to design firms, Elizabeth has been a guest speaker and seminar leader on marketing principles and techniques for the Association of Registered Interior Designers of Ontario, IIDEX, Society of Design Administration Canada, Ontario Association of Architects and other groups. She has also created and conducted custom-designed workshop programs on marketing for partners and staff of A/E firms. Elizabeth currently teaches at Ryerson University’s School of Design Management, where she was honoured with an Instructor of the Year award, and formerly taught at the Women’s Entrepreneurship program, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.



    LocationFrom your home or office
    Date & Time

    Wednesday, June 24, 2015

    12 - 1 p.m. ET

    WEBINAR GROUP RATE
    Learning as a group? Group webinar rates are now available! Please contact Sophie Bézieau, Member Services Coordinator, for more information and to register.

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    FeesRegistered Members: $40.00
    Intern Members: $30.00
    Non-Members: $60.00
    RegisterRegistration is now closed
    ContactSophie Bezieau
    CEU1 IDCEC hour
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