Businesses in Robinvale and Euston will be offered expert advice and the tools to grow, as part of a dedicated business program to be launched on 5 August.
Robinvale Euston Business Association (REBA), Swan Hill Rural City Council and Business Victoria have teamed up to deliver the program.
Mini business audits will be a highlight, as well as workshops on digital marketing, sales and strategic planning, and continuation of the shopfront improvement program.
REBA’s Julieanne Loy is helping head-up the program and encouraged business owners to get involved. She said mini business audits would start in September with Sarah Eifermann from Helix Planning (pictured).
“Sarah will meet with you, complete the mini audit, set goals for 2019/20, and look into any options for new business opportunities,” she said.
“She will visit you in Robinvale, and you will have at least four online chats both before and after the visit.”
Business Victoria funding will allow REBA and Council to offer discounted fees for the mini audits. There will be a fee of $100 for REBA members and $150 for non-REBA members. Any business in the Robinvale Euston area can participate, but only those in Victoria will be eligible for the discounted rate through the Business Victoria funding