As much as I want to believe it and want it to happen, I'm reserved about this, however, Google was in town in April at an event held at McKelvey's glass factory. Perhaps
it was a good networking event.McCaskill Teams up with Google on Small Business Workshop in St. LouisSenator: Google’s event on April 12 aimed at boosting jobs by allowing Missouri businesses to stay one step ahead of the competition
March 28, 2013
WASHINGTON - U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill will team up with web giant Google as the company holds a small business workshop in St. Louis focused on how to ensure Missouri's businesses are maximizing their online opportunities.
"The perception that getting online is complex, costly and time-consuming has prevented many Missouri small businesses from taking the first step," said Scott Levitan, Director of Small Business Engagement at Google. "This program makes it fast, easy and free for businesses to get online."
"Missouri is home to some of the most innovative, hardworking business owners in the country, and events like this allow them to sharpen that advantage," McCaskill said. "Google has made the smart decision to invest in Missouri-an investment that will help promote job creation and business growth for our state."
The day-long workshop will begin the morning of Friday, April 12, at the Third Degree Glass Factory in downtown St. Louis. The event is expected to draw over one hundred small businesses from the St. Louis region throughout the day. McCaskill will help kick off the events that morning.Source
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