To be competitive, a tourism business needs a strong website that makes it easy for people to find out what they offer and make a purchase.
Tourism Nova Scotia’s Website Bootcamp program, offered in partnership with Digital Nova Scotia, will help eligible tourism businesses develop new mobile-friendly websites and learn the skills to maintain and create effective web content.
Selected participants will work with website developers from Boostflow during a two-day workshop to create a new website on the Wix platform. Additional support will be offered through one-on-one virtual meetings.
How to Apply
The application period for the Website Bootcamp Program closed on January 11. Program administrators are reviewing submissions and will be in touch with applicants in the near future. If you have questions about the application process, please contact TNSBusiness@novascotia.ca.
Priority will be given to small and medium sized tourism businesses whose primary focus is attracting and servicing visitors.
For more information about the Tourism Digital Assistance Program or the application process, please contact:
Jennifer McKeane, Tourism Development Advisor
Cindy Wade, Quality Advisor
Tourism Nova Scotia is delivering the Website Bootcamp Program in partnership with Digital Nova Scotia. Digital Nova Scotia is the industry association for Nova Scotia’s $2.5 billion ICT and digital technologies sector, representing over 160 members, including start-ups, small and medium enterprises, multinational corporations, government, post-secondary institutions, and more.