Regional Growth Summit – Opportunity for businesses

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Council is sponsoring the Regional Growth Summit for 2020, and with our Council sponsorship, access for businesses like yourself is completely free. This is the perfect chance for you to get involved.

Apologies for the short notice, but we’ve only just had this opportunity made available for an event on this week. The event is supported by the Victorian Government and has a focus on digital technology for regional businesses.

Created by the team at 25eight, #RGS2020 has been designed as a virtual event to bring together business leaders, brands and the regional community to develop lasting economic strength throughout regional Australia.

On Wednesday 27 May, over the course of the day, speakers from the likes of Canva, Xero, Hubspot, Shopify and more will discuss how to create positive impacts within your business using technology.

We’re really excited to bring you this program of events that supports growth in regional areas. The summit’s aim is to bring together regional startups and businesses like yourselves to explore how technology can be used to build healthy and sustainable businesses.

To register for this event, head to the following link and use the code CGoldfieldsRGSPass to get yourself access to the Zoom webinars and agenda for the day [when you register, enter the code at the Coupon stage of the checkout to make it free]:

https://www.marketingentourage.online/courses/regional-growth-virtual-summit-may-2020

We hear the success stories of our metropolitan friends more often than the businesses who are further away from the CBD, but this summit is all about shining a light on regional Australia.

There will be real life examples of regional businesses to show you what’s possible thanks to technology, but we’ll also help you to figure out how you can leverage all this new knowledge and apply it to your business.

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