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Kiwi SMBs: You're invited to the Google Partners Digital Bites seminar

28 Aug 2015

Kiwi website firm Zeald is reaching out to small and medium-sized business owners wanting to learn more about Google Adwords, with a free seminar this September. 

SMBs are invited to the Google Partners Digital Bites seminar, where they can learn how they utilise Google Adwords to promote their business. 

Brought to you by Zeald, a Google premium agency partner, Google Partners Digital Bites is the only event of its kind in New Zealand. 

Zeald was formed in 2001, and is now one of the largest and fastest growing website design, online marketing and e-business consultancy companies in New Zealand.

At this exclusive event, attendees are welcome to network with their industry peers with a lunch before hearing from experts Laura Retsos and John Ball from Google.

Laura is the Agency Development Manager for Google Australia and New Zealand. She helps empower small and medium-sized businesses through the use of a Google agent, such as Zeald. 

John is the Google Australia and New Zealand Country Director for small and medium-sized business. He's responsible for the development and growth of the SMB business in Australia and New Zealand. 

Tickets to this exclusive, free event will run out fast. For more details and to reserve your seat, please click here.

What: Google Partners Digital Bites seminar When: Friday, 18 September  Where: Auckland

Refreshments are also provided. 

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