A free two-hour face-to-face workshop is being offered to local business owners on Monday, October 26 at Club Taree.
This workshop is intended to help local business owners who:
- Want to ensure business sustainability
- Need a business health check
- Need to plan for future shut downs
- Need access to finance
- Are considering a change in direction
- Want to grow their business
- Want to understand new restructuring laws
- Need help identifying risks
"It is being run by three well-regarded business consultants who are all actively involved in the business community, including the Regional Advisory Committee for Business NSW," Megan Lewis, president of the Forster Tuncurry Business Chamber, said.
The three consultants speaking at the workshops are Natalie Mitchell GAICD MIPA, Tim Gumbleton FCA, and Gary Scott
Natalie Michell is director Capital Office Business Solutions and director, Business NSW (NSW Business Chamber). Natalie started her own management consulting and advisory company which she has now been operating for 16 years on the Mid-North Coast.
Tim Gumbleton is a principal at RSM Australia, based in Port Macquarie and provides mobile business consulting and insolvency services throughout regional NSW and Victoria including the Mid North Coast.
Gary Scott is the lending specialist, Regional Finance Solutions. Gary commenced his banking career in 1974 and has spent time in a number of rural and coastal centres over the years and has vast experience with housing, business and rural lending. He is also an elected councillor of Business NSW and a member of the Regional Advisory Council.
The workshop is available in two timeslots: 10am-12pm, and 2pm-4pm. Registration is necessary for both sessions. To register for the first session, go to eventbrite.com.au/e/business-recovery-workshop-taree-tickets-125398521353, and for the second session register at eventbrite.com.au/e/business-recovery-workshop-taree-tickets-125398657761.
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