Google Expands Free Training Programme In Hungary

  • 4 Jun 2018 12:35 PM
Google Expands Free Training Programme In Hungary
Google has expanded its international training programme in Hungary, making it available to the public free of charge, Botond Boros, marketing director of the tech giant’s Hungarian branch, said.

The company has launched the platform Grow with Google, comprising all training materials on offer, including online and offline lectures, free tools and digital training materials, Boros said.

Google’s free thematic workshop programme, which was launched in 2016, has reached over 35,000 SMEs, he said.

They held 100 workshops and 4,000 personal consultations in 26 cities in 2017, he said. In 2018, the programme hopes to reach a further 20,000 SMEs, he said.

 

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