Small Business Workshop

Published on 24 September 2019

Resilient Small Business Event to be held as part of the Drought Communities Program Edward River Council are inviting business owners, staff and members of the community to attend a full day of practical presentations and workshops to help drive your small business forward this October Small Business Month.

Being held on Friday, 11 October at the Deniliquin Golf Club from 8am – 4pm this event is the third in a series of three events focused on resilience with joint funding from the Australian government’s Drought Communities Program and the Edward River Council.

Included in the day will be workshops that address resilience, profitability, digital marketing, customer service, high performing teams and public relations.

The day will feature a high calibre line-up of speakers that will focus on themes including resilience under pressure, confident cashflow and profit planning, customer service, digital marketing, public relations, and record keeping.

The day is aimed at all forms of small business owners, whether it is retail, service or online.

Edward River Council Mayor Cr Norm Brennan said that he hoped as many small business owners as possible would take advantage of the advice on offer from the day of workshops.

“This sort of help and advice doesn’t come around that often, so I would encourage as many business owners to attend and try to get as much out of the day as possible and move their business forward.”

“I was a small business owner myself for 25 years, so I know how important every bit of advice can be.”

Tickets, which include morning and afternoon tea, lunch and access to all workshops go on sale at https://business-deniliquin.eventbrite.com.au