• LEO Fingal Partners with Google Digital Garage to Host Free Digital Skills Webinar Series

    Local Enterprise Office Fingal, in partnership with Google’s Digital Garage, will host a series of five free digital skills training webinars for small businesses in the Fingal Region.

    Google Digital Garage is part of Google’s global business support initiative, Grow with Google, that aims to help people and businesses acquire the skills needed to embrace the opportunities that technology presents in today’s working world. Google Digital Garage provides free online and live webinar digital skills training to individuals and businesses in Ireland to help people find a job, grow their skills, careers, or businesses from home.   With the Google Digital Garage webinar series, you can access free live training designed to help grow your business, jump-start your career or develop new skills - all from your own home. The live webinars are free to attend - delivered by expert Google Digital Garage trainers ready to help and support your learning, whatever your goals.

    Oisín Geoghegan, Head of Enterprise in Fingal, said: “The Google Digital Garage webinar training is a great opportunity for Fingal’s businesses to gain new skills and knowledge, see new opportunities to reach more customers and increase their business potential. In partnering with Google’s Digital Garage, the Local Enterprise Office once again shows our commitment to be at the forefront of helping small firms quickly adapt to the changing business landscape”.

    Damian Lynch, Head of Google Customer Solutions Ireland, added: “Being equipped with the right digital skills can have a transformative impact on business sustainability, growth and job creation especially as more and more businesses are adapting to the digital world due to COVID-19. By partnering with Local Enterprise Office Fingal to provide free training through the Digital Garage, we hope to inspire and upskill individuals and businesses, by helping people grow their skills from home. Despite the ongoing uncertainty, we want to show how digital skills can help people and businesses restart and thrive”.