Andalucia Lab will train 1,800 professionals in 2016


IMG_1054The Costa del Sol’s pioneering centre for innovation in tourism and business Andalucia Lab has announced that it will be running 126 training courses in 2016 which will help 1,800 professionals. These free training courses are created to meet the real needs of professionals working in Andalucia, focusing on the four key themes of online marketing, marketing for tourism, social media and entrepreneurs.

This centre, which is run by the Tourism and Sports Department of the Junta de Andalucia, benefits a wide range of businesses in Andalucia by training them in courses which deal with 41 different themes. The training sessions are delivered in Spanish and focus on key topics such as website analytics, apps, SEO, marketing planning, online reputation management, selling online and many more. These courses are free and open to all.

The objective of Andalucia Lab is to equip Andalusian businesses with fundamental knowledge which can allow them to make informed decisions and become skilled in new technologies to propel their companies forward.

It also offers an affordable office space within their Coworking area. Businesses have a work space within the large, light and airy coworking room, a lockable cupboard and access to the centre’s facilities including high speed Wi-Fi, printer, photocopier, meeting rooms, training and even a conference room, as well as access to their business experts. Coworking spaces are available very cost-effectively, to allow even small businesses to afford to work away from home in a positive and inspirational environment. Everyone is also welcome to use their Café Lab, a comfortable area with free Wi-Fi, where people can work and hold meetings without the need to book, and attend their free training courses.

To find out more visit andalucialab.org

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