Tourism Nova Scotia’s Website Bootcamp program, offered in partnership with Digital Nova Scotia, helps eligible tourism businesses develop new mobile-friendly websites and learn the skills to create and maintain compelling web content. Since February, the bootcamp has helped 15 businesses develop a brand-new website.

The next bootcamp will start virtually on May 4 – 5, 2021. The cost to participate is $150.

The deadline to apply for the May workshop is April 12th at 4:00pm.

More than ever, travelers are researching and booking their vacations online and a well-designed and maintained website that makes it easy for customers to find what you offer and how to make a purchase is critical. A strong website will help businesses improve credibility, build brand recognition, and close the sale.

Designed specifically to support the tourism industry and assist businesses in preparing for the 2021 season, in the program participants will work with website developer Boostflow. Starting with a two-day virtual workshop to create a new website on the Wix platform or migrate their content and domain from an underperforming website to a new site on Wix. Participants have continued access to online learning modules, virtual group check-ins where participants can ask questions and get advice on building specific components of their website, and one-on-one virtual meetings with the facilitators.

Through this program, you will create a professional-looking website for your customers that you feel comfortable updating and managing yourself.

The bootcamp was intense – but worth the effort. The session motivated and trained us to a create new website in 48 hours – that’s pretty incredible! Wix is a really user friendly platform that offers small businesses many options to run their website more effectively. Boostflow was great at sharing information and their skills to make it all come together. We got new bookings within the first 6 hours of the website going live!

– Tara Laceby, Gourmet By Nature Wild Food Guiding and Tours

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