Featuring Heather of DKSL
Today, we are pleased to feature Heather Auger, co-owner of Dancin' Kids Slave Lake. DKSL has been providing dance instruction since 1989 when it was founded by Mrs. Cathy Redgate. Heather, who was one of the first students at the studio, began dancing in 1992 when her family relocated to Slave Lake from Saskatchewan.
As she grew up, Heather developed a close bond with Mrs. Redgate and started teaching dance at the age of 14. Eventually, Mrs. Redgate expressed her desire to retire while Heather was attending university in Saskatoon. After graduating from University, Heather made the decision to return to Slave Lake and take over the studio in 2017.
DKSL Dancin' Kids Slave Lake specializes in teaching all styles of dance. Their classes are designed for all ages and skill levels. They strive to create an atmosphere where everyone can learn and have fun. Their instructors are highly experienced and dedicated to helping students reach their goals.
Recognizing the need for a website revamp, DKSL was offered the opportunity to join Community Futures' free Digital Economy Program. The outdated and difficult-to-navigate website prompted Heather to seek assistance from the Digital Service Squad.
Fatima Galvez- the Digital Service Squad of Community Futures created the new & modern DKSL website while Divine Kitchen- the Digital Economy Program Lead provided DKSL a detailed online audit, digital marketing strategies, and social media content ideas.
"Thanks to the Digital Service Squad members, the website has undergone significant improvements and is now easy to navigate", Heather said. Aside from the website revamp, Heather also gained valuable knowledge from the Digital Economy Program and Digital Main Street Online Courses, focusing on digital marketing strategies. These courses have equipped her with valuable insights and tools to enhance DKSL's online presence. Although the challenge of finding time to consistently post on digital platforms remains, Heather is continually striving to improve and explore new digital avenues for her business.
How did the DEP support your business?
"Thanks to their expertise, the website has undergone significant improvements and is now easy to navigate".
-Heather Auger- DKSL
In summary, through participation in the Digital Economy Program, DKSL has not only revamped its website but also gained valuable digital marketing knowledge through the Digital Main Street Online Courses.
Dancin' Kids Slave Lake, is a team of experienced dance instructors passionate about getting people of all ages and skill levels moving. Whether you are just starting out, or looking to improve on existing skills, DKSL can work with you to create a program that is tailored to meet your individual needs and maximize your dance experience. Whether you're a young child taking their first ballet class or a seasoned dancer looking to refine your technique, DKSL Dance Studio in Slave Lake is dedicated to achieve your dance goals.
Check out their variety of affordable dance classes for dancers of all ages and discover the joy of dance.
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What Is The Digital Economy Program?
The Digital Economy Program (DEP) is designed to help small businesses in Alberta undergo digital transformations and adopt eCommerce practices. DEP is delivered by Business Link in collaboration with Digital Main Street and funded by the Government of Alberta and Prairies Economic Development Canada.
Have Questions About The Digital Economy Program?
If you have any questions or require any further information please feel free to reach out to our Office Manager, Divine Kitchen by phone or email. You can also book a meeting directly with the links below:
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