On Tuesday 5th April 2016 and Wednesday 6th April 2016 multinational technology company Google will be sending its very own ‘Google Bus’ to Aylesbury.
The Google Bus will be visiting Aylesbury Vale District Council’s offices at The Gateway. Local businesses are encouraged to drop in for free advice on the latest range of Google products and services.
Experts will be on board to share information about a variety of apps, to provide details about devices such as tablets and smartphones, and to introduce the latest range of Chrome products, including Chromebooks, Chromebox and Chrome for Meetings.
An ‘executive boardroom’ will also be in place where business people will have the chance to talk through such innovations as migration between different devices and platforms.
AVDC’s Economy Growth Manager, Mark Wathen, said: ‘We’re delighted to have been able to arrange for the Google Bus to visit Aylesbury. This will be a great opportunity for local businesses to engage with experts who have a wealth of technological experience at their fingertips.
It won’t be like watching a slide show or attending a lecture – everyone will be encouraged to chat and ask questions. It’s terrific that a company of Google’s stature is coming to the Vale, and we hope that this will be a useful and informative couple of days for businesses to focus on how they can incorporate new technologies into their organisational objectives.‘