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Réussir en .fr advises and accompanies entrepreneurs at the Nantes Pays de la Loire Trade Fair

November 19, 2018

Business starters, freelancers, startups, managers of VSBs / SMEs, transferees... all will benefit from the free advice of .fr experts to boost their online presence.

 

The experts of Réussir en .fr, the support system launched in 2014 by Afnic, will be present at the Nantes Pays de la Loire Trade Fair for Entrepreneurs on November 21 and 22 at booth # 401 B at Village 4: Small Business Tech, Digital Solutions, Equipment & Services. They will answer all of the visitors' questions about the development of their activity on the Internet, and allow them to evaluate their online presence thanks to the self-assessment tool Réussir avec le web. They will also host several conferences and workshops on key themes in digital technology for businesspeople:

Conference: 5 steps to (finally) succeed with the web in 2018!

  • Wednesday 21/11 from 10:45 to 11:15 (room A195) and Thursday 22/11 from 15:45 to 16:15 (room A197)

80% of Internet users research the web before buying a product or service: in today's world, it is vital for a company to develop its online presence and control its image on the Internet. But where should you start? What levers should you use? Forget conventional wisdom, being present on the Internet today is easy and affordable! Domain name, website, social networks, SEO ... this conference will give you an opportunity to obtain practical advice on how to boost your business via the web.

Foliweb workshops led by the experts from Réussir en .fr

  • Questions worth asking when choosing your Internet address - 21 and 22/11 11:30 to 12:15

An ideal workshop on how to choose a domain name that corresponds to your image and help get your project off the ground!

  • 10 tips from experts on how to success with the web - 21 and 22/11 from 14:30 to 15:15 - (co-hosted with Neocamino)

Website, social networks, SEO, communication... Where and how to start This workshop provides you with an opportunity to obtain practical advice on how to boost your business via the web.

Practical information:

Wednesday 21 and Thursday 22 November 2018 from 08:30 to 18:30 - Cité des congrès de Nantes - 5 Rue de Valmy, 44000 Nantes - access plan

For further information, please see: https://www.salondesentrepreneurs.com/nantes/

 

 

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About AFNIC

Afnic (the French acronym for "Association Française pour le Nommage Internet en Coopération" i.e. the French Network Information Centre), is a non-profit association. For 20 years, we have been the registry for the management of Internet addresses under the .fr TLD suffix. We also manage the French overseas TLDs for .re (Reunion Island), .pm (St. Pierre and Miquelon), .tf (French Southern and Antarctic Territories), .wf (Wallis and Futuna), and .yt (Mayotte). In addition to the more than 3.2 million domain names they represent, we are also the back-end registry for 14 companies as well as local and regional authorities that have chosen to have their own TLD suffix including .paris, .bzh, .alsace, .corsica, .mma, .ovh, .leclerc and .sncf. We actively support the digital transformation of small and mid-size businesses in France with our system Réussir en .fr (www.reussir-en.fr) and offer a free online presence support package ranging from diagnostic tools to on-site training throughout France. As an association, we federate a community of more than one hundred members with varied profiles but all of whom are stakeholders on the web: registrars, companies, federations, users, institutions, etc. Our role is part of a broader assignment involving the common good, which consists in helping to make the Internet more secure, stable and open to innovation each day, in which the French Internet community plays a leading role. In addition, we pay 90% of the profits from the management of the .fr TLD to our Afnic Foundation for Digital Solidarity (www.fondation-afnic.fr) which each year finances some thirty projects designed to reduce the digital divide throughout France.