Update: All the free sessions have been snatched up. If you missed out, drop us an email us at at firstname.lastname@example.org. If there is enough interest, we might add a couple more days to Jason’s schedule.
In February, Creativetechs welcomed Jason Hoppe into our growing support team. Jason provides high end production training, photo retouching, color correction, and other creative workflow management consulting.
Many of our clients aren’t yet used to calling Creativetechs when they need software training or production support. So to kick things off, we’re offering free training sessions for our Seattle-area membership clients:
E-Pro for Microsoft
We’ve set aside 4 days through April, and have
16 11 7 5 4 only 2 no more open slots (sorry). We’ll come out to your office. You pick the 1-hour session of your choice. This offer is open for all current Creativetechs member clients.
Not a Creativetechs member client? You can still qualify for a free session — but there is a catch. Read on for full details.
Available Times for Free Training Sessions:
Wednesday, March 21:
Wednesday, April 4:
Wednesday, March 28:
Wednesday, April 11:
What’s the Catch if you are not a member client?
This offer is primarily intended for our existing member clients — and they get first priority in scheduling these free sessions. But we know we’ll be getting a lot of calls from other Seattle-area creative teams. So here is the deal if you are not already a Creativetechs client:
Have at least five graphic designers on your team. We want to impact as many people as we can in these free sessions. Let us work with several people at once.
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Get a friend to sign up for their own free session too. We are a 100% referral-based company. If you can find a friend at another Seattle-area creative team who wants to take advantage of this offer it is a win for everyone.
Schedule Your Free Training.
To schedule a free training session for your team: Pick a project you’d like personalized training in, and give us a call at 206-682-4315 or drop us a line at email@example.com.
The slots tend to fill up quickly, so if you are interested, don’t wait.