Overview

Australians are doing their shopping increasingly more online. Having an online shop is a great way for customers to purchase products or book appointments for services online, which can significantly reduce the time businesses spend performing these jobs manually. However, the process of setting up a digital store can be difficult to navigate. This workshop explains the steps required to set up an online shop, such as licences and software required, web design and development, monitoring sales and search engine optimisation, as well as financial accounting.

Main topics covered

  • Custom develop your online store vs using a standardised platform
  • Hosting options
  • Compare mainstream Software As A Service (SaaS) options
  • Logistics of licences required, returns policies, and financial accounting
  • SEO and dominating the online space for your market
  • Branding the online store for your products or services
  • Automate for delivery of the products you sell

Who it's for

This workshop is for people:

  • whose business is ready to launch
  • who are in an established business
  • who have little/no experience with online retail

About the presenter

Belmont Business Enterprise Centre (Belmont BEC)is a non profit community based organisation established in 1994 to assist in the growth and development of small business. Our presenter is a small business operator who provides digital support to solotrepeneurs and small business founders and key personnel.

Digital skills

Cost

$20

This workshop is offered at a reduced cost thanks to substantial funding from the Government of Western Australia.

What's included

  • Access to the live workshop 
  • A recording of the workshop which you can access for up to seven days post event
  • Copies of any resources shared with attendees

When and where

Click on the book now button for more details about this workshop.