Have you stopped to think about your future and what it looks like for your business?
Business expert Simon Kuestenmacher will share his insights on the customer and workforce of the future at a business networking night in April.
Simon is a well-known demographer, business advisor and researcher who backs up his opinions with data and evidence.
This event aims to help those in business better predict the changes ahead and be well prepared enough to take advantage of the opportunities.
There will be time for networking activities before and after Simon’s presentation and as this promises to be a memorable event that people will talk about, it is a good idea to book early.
The business networking evening will be held at the Gisborne Golf Club, 25 Daly Street, from 6pm to 9pm on Wednesday 29 April. Early bird tickets are $40 until 15 April. Bookings are essential.
Also on offer is the chance to win a two-hour mentoring session with Trio Agency, valued at $800.
The mentoring session will help the winner to review, plan and set the direction for their business.
The networking event is open to all those with a business interest, including entrepreneurs, home-based and micro-business operators and start-ups.
Workshop to offer free record keeping advice
A free workshop offering free record-keeping workshop for GST registered businesses will provide practical advice on how to record money coming in and out of your business.
Learn how to calculate and record GST and gain time-saving tips that will provide business owners with the space and time to focus on your business.
The workshop is facilitated by the Australian Taxation Office and will be held at the Gisborne Administration Centre, 40 Robertson Street, on Tuesday 17 March from 10am to noon.