“Googlefest” Returns to Caldwell County, Oct. 24-25

LENOIR, NC (September 20, 2016)…Caldwell County’s educators, nonprofits, small businesses, are once again invited to attend Googlefest — a free series of seminars designed to increase their digital literacy and introduce new innovations relevant to their areas of interest.

Free Series of Hands-On Seminars for Educators, Nonprofits and Small Businesses Returns to the J.E. Broyhill Civic Center…


In 2014, Googlefest received overwhelming response and welcomed a capacity crowd to the J.E. Broyhill Civic Center. Attendees are encouraged to sign up early in the registration process.

On both days, Google experts will demonstrate and answer questions, all in one place and at one time, with an emphasis on hands-on participation.

Each day is designed for different audiences:

Monday, Oct. 24 – Seminars designed for educators
Tuesday, Oct. 25 – Seminars designed for nonprofits and small businesses

More details on specific speakers and programming will be announced closer to the date. To register and learn more, please visit: www.ncgooglefest.com.

The second biannual Googlefest continues Google’s commitment to the Caldwell County community. Google’s data center in Lenoir represents a more than $1.2 billion investment that plays an important role for the company. Googlefest is made available through a collaboration with CCC&TI.


• WHAT: Second biannual Googlefest
• WHEN: Oct. 24-25, 2016
• WHERE: J.E. Broyhill Civic Center
• REGISTRATION: www.ncgooglefest.com