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How to Track Success

In the final training session in the WeOW training program, Googlers helped participants understand the various methods for tracking the success of their online business campaigns.

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Do you Know How to Delight your Customers?

During August’s Women Entrepreneur’s on the Web (WEoW) training session presented by Women@Google, participants learnt all about Google+, Circles, Hangouts and Ripples!

We were also joined by Jin Zwicky, VP Group Customer Experience of OCBC bank in Singapore, who gave a superb introduction to delighting customers and creating memorable experiences for ensuring return business!

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Long Live the Content Revolution!

When social media extraordinaire Christel Quek is giving a talk, you know you have to be there for the most up to date information, insights and techniques to enhance your personal brand online.

Christel knows a thing or two about online content – basically what she doesn’t know really isn’t worth knowing. So we were delighted when she agreed to give a presentation at the WEoW Program networking dinner in August to perfectly accompany the training topic of developing online content to drive your business.

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Work in the Future. Any Time, Any Device, Any Team, Any Place

In the second of 5 training topics delivered by Google as part of the Women Entrepreneurs on the Web (WEoW) programme, participants were introduced to a suite of applications and tools which they can implement to help with their own business activities.

The theme of the training session was ‘Work in the Future – Any Time, Any Device, Any Team, Any Place.’

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Google WEoW Program supported by The Athena Network Singapore

15th June saw the first session in the 5 month Women Entrepreneurs on the Web (WEoW) training program led by Women@Google and Google staff at their APAC offices and supported by The Athena Network.  Over 50 diversity-led businesses are registered on the program which aims to help women learn the skills to build and develop their online presence.

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