Start Right New Business Course
NEW DATES LAUNCHED - Wednesday 13 March
Unfortunately, about 60% of Australian startup businesses fail within the first five years so it is crucial that you understand the basics of business and avoid costly mistakes.
The Townsville Chamber of Commerce has created the Start Right Business Course, a comprehensive 1-day program designed to guide you through the early stages of entrepreneurship and successfully navigate your business journey.
This one-day workshop is limited to 12 participants, to ensure personalised attention and enable you to form a community amongst your peers for networking and support.
During the course you will be taken through essential topics areas such as, business structures, compliance, financial management, business planning, marketing, digital strategy, and balancing work with personal life, including mental health awareness for business owners.
In addition to the workshop, participants will benefit from a full year of membership to the Townsville Chamber of Commerce, offering access to networking events, business resources, and community support. The course also includes a one-on-one mentoring session, providing tailored advice and guidance specific to your business needs.
- Business Structures
- Compliance requirements and responsibilities of business ownership
- Financial basics and Knowing your numbers
- Effective Business Planning and Strategy
- Marketing and Branding
- Digital Strategy and Cyber Security
- Balancing Work and Life
- The importance of Support networks
- Being Agile and Adaptable in Business
What the program includes:
- 1-day practical workshop
- 1 year individual membership to the Townsville Chamber of Commerce
- 1 x 1 hour, One-on-One Mentoring Session
- Start Right Resources through your member portal
- Private Facebook Group
- Networking session
Click HERE for more information and to book.
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