STARTUP! – Business Planning Workshop FREE – BALLARAT
Maximise your chances of business success in this one-day workshop.
Your trainer and Entrepreneurship Facilitator will show you how to plan, prepare, and test your business idea, and how to confidently get your business off to a flying start.
Come away armed with practical tools and templates, expert tips and advice, a business plan template, and our comprehensive Guide to Business Success.
In this workshop we will cover:
- Your Legal and Tax requirements
- Business structures and registrations
- Developing a financial plan and record keeping
- The secrets to marketing your business – online and offline
- Market research – understanding customers, competitors and the industry
- Goal and Objective setting
Following the workshop, you can access on-going mentoring support and advice. We will work you for as long as you require to refine your business idea and complete your business plan. Entrepreneurship Facilitators are a fully-funded Government initiative and these services are provided at no cost to you by Sarina Russo Entrepreneurs.
Places are limited so reserve your spot today.
About the Presenter
Dr Paul Miller is a Ballarat-based trainer, mentor and coach with 20 years’ experience assisting thousands of people start, grow and manage their businesses. He has worked across a range of business sectors throughout Victoria and understands from first-hand experience that running a business is not a sprint, it is a marathon, with many challenges and rewards along the way.
Paul has spent most of his career working in the small business sector either as an owner/operator or coaching others to take an idea from the concept stage to a fully operational business. Paul currently works with Sarina Russo Entrepreneurs delivering direct services to budding entrepreneurs – from concept stage, developing the idea, training and preparing the business and then coaching and mentoring to sustain the enterprise.
For further information
0419 575 562
Entrepreneurship Facilitators are funded by the Australian Government