SME platform MyBusiness will bring together an impressive line-up of decision makers, dignitaries, business owners and mental health advocates over three half-days in September, as part of a live conference broadcast for business owners across Australia.
With four weeks until the event, over 2,500 SME's have already registered.
There’s no denying that times are extremely tough for small-to-medium business owners as the coronavirus crisis continues to wreak havoc across the country.
But, in their ongoing fight to keep afloat and to be part of Australia’s post-COVID economic resurgence, business owners need access to the right information, strategies, tactics and tools.
Having recognised that the immensity of information available can be overwhelming for struggling business owners, MyBusiness has decided to throw an all-encompassing, 100 per cent virtual conference, entirely free.
The three-day event, called MyBusiness Week, will be held between 29 September and 1 October to coincide with the end of the initial six-month JobKeeper period and the commencement of the next phase of the wage subsidy measure.
With over 20 expert-led sessions, keynote addresses by government officials – including small business minister Michaelia Cash, business owners will gain the critical information and vital tactics needed to ensure their business not only survives the COVID-19 crisis, but thrives.
The event will include fireside chats, panel discussions, product solution demos, networking opportunities and one-on-one conversations with product and service providers.
Other keynote speakers include ATO’s Deputy Commissioner Small Business, Kirstin Fish; president and CEO of the International Council for Small Business, Ayman El Tarabishy; Fair Work Ombudsman, Sandra Parker; NSW small business minister Damien Tudehope, and many more.
“Our unique, live-broadcast event has been designed specifically to give our small-to-medium business owners direct access to decision makers and dignitaries that have been part of Australia’s COVID-19 economic response since the beginning,” said Maja Garaca Djurdjevic, editor of MyBusiness.
“At the same time, we want to equip our business owners with the right skills to continue to fight this fight, which is probably the biggest they’ve dealt with in their lifetimes.”
Business owners are encouraged to set aside a few hours each day to work on their business and plan for the coming pandemic months.
Topics covered will include an overview of the ongoing relief assistance and support during the coronavirus pandemic, how to approach post-stimulus cash flow management and business continuity planning, best mental health practices, and much, much more.
To find out more and register for this event, click here