Council to support local workshops for Small Business Month
Posted on: 01.10.2020
October is Small Business Month, and in support of the NSW Government’s annual celebration of the small business sector Wollondilly Council will be hosting two free workshops thanks to a grant from NSW Treasury for Small Business.
The workshops are aimed at local businesses, including those who are new or just starting up.
The first workshop, presented by Alex Hawkins from Business Connect is on Brand Building and is all about exploring your brand and using its power on social media. The second workshop, Planning for the Future, is about using practical skills to help achieve your goals and building a resilient business.
A light lunch will be provided at both events.
Wollondilly Mayor Robert Khan said, “This has been a challenging year for the whole community and supporting our local businesses has never been more important.”
“These workshops will allow participants to network and share their experiences about how the drought, bushfires, floods and COVID-19 have impacted their businesses,” he said.
When: Friday 16 October
12 – 2pm
Where: Teas and Greens Café
30 Pembroke Parade
Online Registration: Eventbrite - wollondilly-buildingyourbrand.eventbrite.com.au
Planning for the Future
When: Thursday 22 October
Where: The Oaks Pantry,
81-83 John Street
The Oaks NSW 2570
Online Registration: Eventbrite - https://wollondilly-planningforthefuture.eventbrite.com.au
Numbers are limited to ensure the event is Covid safe so be sure to register early.
Council will also be supporting other Small Business Month events within Wollondilly. To find out more, visit Council’s website