August webinars now ready for bookings

You may now book your place in our free webinars around topics of digital skills, social media, cybersecurity, business systems and websites – along with the kind of information you need to rebound your business, such as motivating staff, handling customers, increasing awareness of your business and brushing up your business presentation skills.
 
Highlights over the next few weeks include:

  • Great business plans and how to write them- book here
  • Understanding your customers with Facebook page insights – book here
  • How research your competitors – book here

Our full list of available online workshops and webinars is available here.
 
Private 1:1 appointments are still available via the program. You can start your inquiries with our program partner Business Station at https://asbas.com.au – and they can direct you to an advisor that best matches what you’re looking to achieve. Sessions start from $44 for 1 hour.

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