In order to help retailers get the most out of its software solutions, Virtual Worlds has taken its training programme on the road, with Ireland its first stop on its tour of the UK.
The new series of events aims to arm retailers with the training needed to create 3D and 4D bathroom and kitchen designs by realising the full potential of the Virtual Worlds technology.
Successful training days have already been held in Dublin and Belfast, with a further autumn date to come in Durham on 3rd November. Attendees come away with tips and tricks that enable them to create designs faster, and have also been learning how to use Virtual Worlds to upsell clients, so that each completed sale generates the best possible margin. The event also includes a demonstration of the latest developments within Virtual Worlds and offers a chance to network.
“Training is such an important aspect of a designer’s job, with technology and software developing so quickly, that we decided to take it on the road with a series of roadshows,” explains Virtual Worlds MD Nathan Maclean. “The training aims to help retailers really get the most out of Virtual Worlds, saving them time and teaching them some insider tips and tricks to produce amazing designs that their clients will love.”
The next training event takes place at Durham Marriott Hotel on Wednesday 3rd November – book your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.