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Village Offers 'Creating a Website for Your Business' Seminar
The Village of Plainfield, in conjunction with Joliet Junior College and the Illinois Small Business Development Center, is pleased to offer local business owners a seminar on "Creating A Website For Your Business."
Join us for this FREE informative seminar at 9 am. Tuesday, June 5, at the Village Hall, 24401 W. Lockport St.
Registration is required. To register, click here.
Creating A Website For Your Business - The Internet has changed the traditional landscape of the business environment from that of being a “marketplace” to one that is more of a “marketspace.” Learn how to create your own “space” on the Internet where you can promote your business and sell goods and services. Class participants will learn about the many options available to build a website without extensive computer “coding” skills and discover what elements make up an effective e-commerce website. This class is designed for those with no experience in website design. (Seminar is 2 hours.)
Jay Sternickle works in Joliet Junior College’s Community Education Department and teaches a variety of subjects including photography, writing, graphic design, and web development. He has a background in public relations and photojournalism and has worked as a writer and editor at several daily and weekly newspapers. In addition to teaching, Mr. Sternickle is currently working on his Master's Degree in Instructional Design and Technology at Western Illinois University. Mr. Sternickle also serves as a website consultant for the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Joliet Junior College.
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More About Plainfield Village Hall
Once just a small farm town 35 miles west of Chicago, Plainfield is now a thriving suburb. It's undergone tremendous growth and change in recent years. At the time of a 1990 tornado that damaged a significant portion of the community, just 4,557 people called Plainfield home. Today, it boasts 37,334 residents, a sophisticated downtown shopping and dining district, and expansive commercial, office and industrial development along Illinois 59. Residents can come to Village Hall to pay water bills, obtain building permits, have documents notarized and seek planning/zoning approval for new construction, zoning changes and variances.
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