That's why Web titan Google has announced a week-long "New York Get Your Business Online" Program, providing free websites and training to 100 Brooklyn small businesses, as a way of spurring economic growth citywide.
On Monday, Oct. 15 at 1:00 PM, local elected officials will join Google Vice President for Public Policy and Government Relations Susan Molinari at a presser kicking off the program at the Brooklyn Marriott, at 333 Adams Street in Downtown Brooklyn.
Reserved parking is available at the hotel garage on level P1.
At the day-long event, Google will work with small business owners to create their own Intuit websites. Participating businesses will get a customized domain name, free web hosting for one year, a local business listing on Google Maps, and training by Google experts in how to reach more customers online.
Similar events are being held throughout the week in all five boroughs.
To register or to get more information, including information about other events, visit the event Website: www.NewYorkGetOnline.com
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