What do you need to know to create the first web site for your business? Most entrepreneurs are aware that have to have a web site. However, they do not know where to start.
In two meetings we will learn what need to know before creating a web site and how to make one. Natalie MacLees will lead the presentations. She has extensive experience in creating web sites for entrepreneurs and businesses.
Natalie MacLees is a front-end web developer and UI designer and is founder
+ principal of the interactive agency, Purple Pen Productions. In 2012 she
published jQuery for Designers with Packt Publishing. She founded and runs
the jQuery LA Users' Group and together with Noel Saw she heads up the
Southern California WordPress User's Group, organizing WordPress meetups,
help sessions, and workshops. She was also the lead organizer for WordCamp
Los Angeles 2013 and organized the first annual Website Weekend LA. She
makes her online home at nataliemac.com.
All meetings have the following format.
- Introduction of all people in attendance
- Meeting topic presentation
- New business ideas discussions
- Questions about how to improve a current business
GroundUP Business group focus is on education and providing encouragement and support to new entrepreneurs and small businesses owners.
We stay with the main goals for this meet up group:
-To offer a friendly environment to people who want to start a business but do not how
-To offer a forum for startup entrepreneurs at any stage of their early development;
-To encourage entrepreneurs and business owners to discuss freely any ideas or problems;
-To offer current and timely information and education to all participants.
There is no selling of products or services during the meeting. Yet, we encourage networking after the official part ends
Our goal is to finish by 8:30 PM. For these that want to stay and continue to discuss ideas, we will. On numerous occasions we have stayed past 10PM. The location allow us to do so.
Do not forget to bring any new business ideas you want to discuss or share. Bring business cards.
Looking forward to see you at the next meeting!