Monday, 28 August 2017

Small businesses in the Drouin area will be able to access relevant, reliable and affordable information on growing their business at a workshop to be held on Tuesday, 12 September 2017 and Tuesday, 19 September 2017.

Last year more than 4,600 people participated in over 450 Small Business Victoria workshops across the State. The most popular topics included starting a business, financial management, employing staff, marketing and digital business.

The targeted workshops are part of a successful and long-running program allowing established and prospective business owners to access the advice they need to make informed decisions so they can expand their business and grow their profits.

All Small Business Victoria Workshops are delivered by experienced private sector business specialists skilled in developing and managing small businesses.

Small Business Victoria partners with over 50 host organisations to deliver the affordable events, with this workshop hosted by the Baw Baw Shire Council.

The Andrews Labor Government’s Business Planning for Growth workshop will be held at the Baw Baw Shire Council office, 33 Young Street, Drouin at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, 12 September 2017 and Tuesday, 19 September 2017.

For more information and updates on this event or other Small Business Victoria workshops, please visit or call Small Business Victoria on 13 22 15.

Quotes attributable to Member for Eastern Victoria Region, Harriet Shing:

“The Small Business workshops provide a valuable opportunity for local business owners and operators to get reliable and affordable advice from the experts without travelling far and wide.”

“Whether you’re thinking of starting a business, looking for guidance with an existing business or wanting to expand, I encourage all West Gippslanders to take advantage of this great program.”

Quotes attributable to the Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade, Philip Dalidakis

“Victoria is home to more than half a million small businesses and we are leading the country in small business growth.”