February Webinars

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01/02/2017
By Daniela Sabatini posted in News

We have recently introduced our quick and easy webinars to learn how to master Pubcoder great features. 

We provide  webinars in English and Italian brought to you by our Tech Evangelist Daniela Calisi. Our webinars cover all the main features of PubCoder and it gives you a chance to ask questions and share your experience with the community. 

So what are you waiting for? It's easy, pick the webinar, click on "buy" button and it's done. 5 minutes prior to the start of the webinar, you will receive an email with a google hangout link from Daniela. 

2 February 2017 

TRANSLATE, ADAPT AND EXPORT YOUR BOOK IN ANY LANGUAGE

Webinar in English

Duration: 45 min (30min + 15 min Q&A) 

Time: 3:00pm - 3:45pm CET

Platform: Google Hanghout

16 February 2017

HOW TO CENTRALISE CSS STYLES FOR YOUR BOOK AND CREATE A CUSTOMIZED STYLE MENU FOR YOUR TEAM

Webinar in English

Duration: 45 min (30min + 15 min Q&A)

Time: 3:00pm - 3:45pm CET

Platform: Google Hanghout

28 February 2017 

PUBLISH AND EXPORT YOUR APP FOR ANDROID

Webinar in English

Duration: 45 min (30min + 15 min Q&A)

Time: 3:00pm - 3:45pm CET

Platform: Google Hanghout

Daniela Sabatini

Daniela is looking after the overall communication at PubCoder. Before joining PubCoder, she worked at YOOX Group, where she was responsible for the Art at yoox.com area, prior to that she spent 8 years in Ireland working in the area of marketing, communication and business development for important international art institutions such as the Royal Hibernian Academy, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin Contemporary 2011 as well as business clients such Veuve Clicquot, Hennessy (LVMH Group).

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