Women’s Employment Workshop

Thinking of starting your business? Wondering how to turn an idea into a business? Join our FREE business start-up and employment workshop for women from culturally diverse backgrounds. The workshop runs from 10am – 2.30pm on 21 March 2019 at the Shepparton Business Centre, delivered by NetGain and sponsored by Ethnic Council and the City of Greater Shepparton.


Prepare to get your bright idea off the ground, step by step, at this essential planning workshop packed with vital start-up tips, tools and expert guidance that will prepare you to give your business the best chance of success. Come to grips with everything you need to know before you get started and walk away prepared with a clear vision of the next steps needed to turn your idea into business reality.

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There are no guarantees in business, but often it’s what you do before you get started that will ensure those vital first steps are on the right path for the best chance of success. So, take the guesswork out of your next steps and get ready and fully prepared to get your business off to the right start at this practical three and a half-hour workshop led by an experienced small business operator with real-life know-how and lots of insight to share.

Find out how to plan, prepare and test your business idea, step by step, in a small group setting that will equip you to make informed decisions about what you need to do next to minimise the risks and make the most of the opportunities that lie ahead.

Learn how to:
• Test your idea, product or service
• Assess your business readiness and next steps to fill any gaps
• Analyse your market
• Decide the business structure that’s right for you
• Understand and manage your business risks and opportunities
• Prepare a business plan

Event Details:
Program: Women Employment Workshop
When: 10am – 2.30pm, 21 March 2019
Where: Greater Shepparton Business Centre, 70 New Dookie Road, Shepparton, 3630
Cost: Free, Bookings Essential
To register: Contact Sarmed on: (03) 5832 9527 or sarmed.yassin@shepparton.vic.gov.au

 

 

 

 

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