Clubhouse Event – Developing a Website For a Small Business with Margaret Reffell

  • Written by: Jeneen Richards, Digital Business Management student
  • Edited by: Ejin ZandiDigital Business Management student

Could a business be successful in today’s day and age without a website? On Monday, September 20th, 2021DBSA hosted a clubhouse event with Margaret Reffell, CEO and Founder of BSpoke Media who shared her best tips and practices for web development and the importance of integrating websites into business operations. Students from the Fashion 4500 class along with members of the Digital Business Student Association were in attendance.

Margaret was once a nutritionist until working with a client that changed her career path. She believes that having knowledge in a specific industry gives you a competitive advantage in attracting clients within that field. Throughout the event, she shared the importance of understanding the client’s business operations and identifying the main job roles required for a project.

The event was primarily led by members of the events team of the association, namely Mackenzie Klin, Sunny Chopra and Sameha Dahir. The event was promoted via Instagram and Linkedin to both the DBSA and Humber communities. During the event, participants were able to join the discussion by using their microphones or the chatbox to ask questions and share their perspectives on web development.

These events serve as an educational resource to disseminate relevant information about the skills that are required for the digital world. With the great tips and practices shared by Margaret, the DBSA team hopes you will integrate them in the creation of your future websites. If you want to learn more about these events, make sure to visit this link

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